Arduino Q&A with Eakin & Kidwell

Dan and Paul cover several questions given to them after the last arduino video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtTU-1NcPcA), and cover a few new things.

Duration : 0:22:51


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23 thoughts on “Arduino Q&A with Eakin & Kidwell

  1. great guess! sadly …
    great guess! sadly, no (But it could be) 🙂 ironically, you’re in the right systems of the car (fuel) however. The trick is it was for testing more than one of the same part simultaneously. 😉
    ?

  2. Could the big board …
    Could the big board be for testing injectors for a? 8 cylinder engine?

  3. Yes! And I just got …
    Yes! And I just got one of these, too? (ordered at the same time as the WyFly as mentioned above)

  4. Yes there is and …
    Yes there is and strangely enough? I just received my WiFly module last week… Expect more video!!!!

  5. Kind of… but a * …
    Kind of… but a *lot* easier and cheaper to work with. (Development environment is freeware!)
    ?

  6. Streaming audio is …
    Streaming audio is possible on those atmega chips (well you need a dac, but pwm dac implemented with the hardware timers and an lp filter could be sufficient depending on the application) I had a AVR synth? project a year ago it ouputed 8 bit mono samples at 31.250KHz sample rate and that wasn’t really even harnessing the full potential of the chip (code was just plain old C, the synth routines could have been done in assembly). 12 bit mono audio at 44.1KHz could be feasible though.

  7. As for wireless …
    As for wireless communication one could also mention that there is also several wlan-based solutions, where a common one is the WiFly chip. There is also the RN-XV-W Roving Networks WiFi module, which can directly replace? a Xbee module if you happen to have a board for that, where XBee is another wireless technology.

  8. It’s actually LRF. …
    It’s actually LRF. Little Rubber Foot. The “U” is just to make it easier to pronounce, not part? of he acronym.

  9. On 8:43 Dan …
    On 8:43 Dan mentions the term ‘lurf’ (or something like that). I can’t? figure out what he meant with that. Anyone?

  10. @ 9:00 – Pimp my …
    @ 9:00 – Pimp my Arduino! Racing Stripes, Pin-striping, custom body work. How? would you make it a low-rider?

  11. There is also an …
    There is also an Arduino Leonardo now. It has an ATmega32u4 with on board usb instead of using another ATmega8 for that, so it’s a? bit cheaper than an Uno.

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