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Arduino + Cloud

by on Oct.28, 2011, under Uncategorized

Deploy App Engine for Arduino’s data logging. (continue reading…)

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Debug Arduino with Proteus

by on Oct.17, 2011, under Uncategorized

Arduino is easy to use. But it may be hard to debug. Here is a simple tutorial of debugging it in Proteus.

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Acrylic business card

by on Oct.16, 2011, under Uncategorized

This business card has a transforming print in addition to the regular information.

When the card is tilted, the word in the right region will change.

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Library of Dandelion on Processing for Android

by on Oct.08, 2011, under Uncategorized

This library is based on Tom Igoe’s Btserial library, and his support.

The usage of this library is quite similar to that on PC/MAC. In this preliminary version, it will connect according the given number in its construction function. And connect to the paired device in the cell phone’s list according to the number. The rest is the same.
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Dandelion’s preliminary library for Processing

by on Sep.24, 2011, under Uncategorized

It may still be confusing to write and read the commands of dandelion. So I released this library. It has packed all calculation needed for dandelion. All you need to do is call the methods in the library can read its value.
Here is a picture of how to install the library. Open the “Processing” folder in “Documents”. If the “Libraries” folder does not exist, create it. Then put the dandelion folder in it.
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Dandelion introduction

by on Sep.21, 2011, under Uncategorized


Dandelion is a project inspired by Gainer. It proves a simple solution to interact between the physical world and the digital world. When connecting the board to a computer, it acts as a serial port on the computer. That makes it easy to be manipulated by any program language. Then various sensors or actuators can be connected to its 10 digital IO ports and 2 analog input ports. All commands and data are sent in ASCII forms and those commands are user-friendly. Most important, it connects via Bluetooth. This can save a USB port and communicate in distance. Also it is an ideal platform to develop Android related gadgets. (continue reading…)

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Dandelion setting up tutorial for Mac OS X

by on Sep.21, 2011, under Uncategorized

The method is quite similar to setting up a normal Bluetooth serial module. You may also refer to
http://www.rioleo.org/setting-up-the-arduino-pro-mini-and-bluetooth-mate-on-mac.php

First of all you need to have you Bluetooth enabled. Then click on the bluetooth icon on the menu bar and choose “Set Up Bluetooth Device”.
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Hello world!

by on Mar.17, 2010, under Uncategorized

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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