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Home Made PCB – Arduino Prototype Shield (Part 3)

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This is Part 3 and also the final part of my journey in making my first home made PCB. If you’ve not read the previous parts, here is Part 1 and Part 2. My aim of this project is to create my own Arduino Prototype Shield. With the PCB done, it’s time to turn to the components that will be …

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Home Made PCB – Etching Copper Layer (Part 2)

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This is Part 2 of my journey in making my first Home Made PCB. If you’ve not read Part 1, here it is. In the last post, I showed the entire process of etching the photo resist layer. Now what’s left of the photo resist layer (green in colour) is the actual PCB layout. Beneath the photo resist layer is …

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Home Made PCB – Etching Photo Resist Layer (Part 1)

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I’ve always wanted to make my own Arduino Prototype Shield. This shield allows the user to use a breadboard on an Arduino. It’s a very simple shield but if I were to buy it, it will cost me at least RM30. An example would be this Prototype Shield from sparkfun.com. It is sold for USD 15, which translates to approximately …

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Arduino Playing a Melody

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There are many ways a microcontroller can display its’ output, but they can be categorized into three types, sight, motion and sound. Sight means that the output is visual based, such as LEDs and LCDs. I’ve done many examples on that so today I’m going to step into new territory, sound. To produce sound, we need a speaker. Normal speakers …

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Arduino Fake Screenshot Trigger

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I think most of you will be wondering what I’m on about. For those of you who are working in an office, and you have a computer on your desk, most of the time you’ll tend to surf the Internet when there’s less work or when the boss is not around. This is all nice but what happens if your …

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Arduino Controlled by Visual Basic Program

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Before this I’ve always used the Serial Monitor of the Arduino IDE to communicate with the Arduino. Actually what the Serial Monitor does is basically reading or sending data through the Serial interface. In my future project, I want to create an application in the computer that allows the user to click some buttons to control the Arduino. Currently, the …

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