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ASCII is the standard for character and symbol representations. We can convert a string message of our choice and watch the ASCII values come to life on the 7 LEDs! Materials needed: 7x LEDs 7x 330 Ohm Resistors (optional) 1x Arduino UNO 1x Breadboard 14x Jumperwires 1x Serial to USB cable Decimal to binary function: 🤍 GitHub source code: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Arduino Reference: 🤍 Arduino starter kit: 🤍
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The plan is to use 3d printers, Servo motors, an arduino, and some mediocre computer code to fully automate an antique typewriter from the 1950’s with the sole intention of creating ASCII art from the 70s, 80s and 90s. Why? Because the irony of the whole project just screams art, but then it also outputs art making it even more ironic, which makes it scream even more Art. Hard project to pass up. From the engineering perspective, this is a mechatronics project, which means it requires mechanical, electronic, and software engineering. This video documents the project and is broken up into 4 distinct parts: 1:42 - Mechanical design process 10:15 - Electronics process 11:15 - Software Engineering process 15:25 - The Art Creation Process (if you’re only going to watch one part, watch this) The mechanical design ended up using rack and pinions for the x-axis, y-axis, typing fingers, and return carriage. I chose to use servo motors as actuators for each segment in an attempt to make the electronics and software development easier. It definitely made organizing the wires much easier, but led to complications down the road. I used the Arduino ide to write the firmware for this robot, and Processing to write the software. It was cobbled together code, but fortunately, the machine ran quite well and I was able to produce some amazing ASCII art in the process! If you would like to help support this channel and the creation of bigger, better engineering/art projects, check out my Patreon here: Patreon.com/jbvcreative If you would like to see my whole collection of work, check out my Instagram: Instagram.com/jbvcreative As always, check out my website if you would like to purchase any of my downloadable files for 3D print (they are also available for free for my Patreon subscribers): Jbvcreative.com
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I found a vintage Diconix ink jet printer for $4 at the thrift store. Let's print ASCII art with it, using an Arduino nano, and a few odds and ends! Did you know that before computers, ASCII art was known as typewriter art, and it dates back to at least 1867? 🤍 Also up on Diode Zone! 🤍 Get the code here: 🤍 Wiring diagram here: 🤍 Required Materials (Affiliate links): Nanos: 🤍 Centronics cable: 🤍 Red LEDs: 🤍 Pushbutton: 🤍 Perfboard: 🤍 Hookup wire: 🤍 Optional materials (for printing a case) (Affiliate links): Gray PLA filament: 🤍 LED bezels: 🤍 Printer, too?: 🤍 The ASCII Art Archive: 🤍 Music: 0:05 - Apex by Bio Unit 3:09, 5:36, and 6:29 - Floating Also by William Rosati
Two months ago I used to live off-campus near Penn State's main University Park campus. My apartment was full of art students, with myself being the only non-art student. I decided to combine my knowledge with my roommate's experience to create a real-time demo project using an Arduino and Gameduino. In essence my goal was to make something similar to a demo (read more via Wikipedia) fulfilling the requirements of: a unique graphics output, all computed at real-time, using only the Arduino processor and the Gameduino VGA output of 400x300 pixels. This project was quite a challenge as I was using an Arduino Uno which comes with one ATmega328: 16Mhz embedded processor with 2KB ram and 32KB programming memory! Here is my result, recorded via camera (sorry, I had no in-line recording system for a VGA cable) and uploaded to YouTube. The demo lasts just short of two minutes. The final code compiles to about 27218 Bytes (~26KB) and includes a dozen effects: plasma, nyan cats, fun spirals, 3D cubes, pseudo cellular automaton, and a Portal 2 reference. Learn more on Cores2.com
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Hey friends, Welcome to the YouTube channel DIY LAB. We're going to have a look at the LabWindows/cvi Serial Communication with Arduino board, and how to display ASCII characters on LCD. If you want more information please leave a like on this video and leave your comments below. Subscribe for more videos!!! Salut à tous ! Dans cette vidéo nous allons voir une introduction sur la communication port série en utilisation LabWindows/cvi avec une carte Arduino, et comment afficher des caractères ascii sur une LCD. Si vous souhaitez plus d'information et vous avez aimé l'idée, merci de aimer la vidéo et de laisser un commentaire. abonnez-vous pour plus de vidéos!!!
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This is part 6 of a series of videos that introduce C programming using the Arduino. It discusses the use of 'char' variables for storing characters in C Arduino sketches. The Makecourse is taught at the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of South Florida. Visit 🤍 for more in-depth videos about building projects with the Arduino and 3D printed parts. Visit 🤍 for videos that get you started with the Arduino.
In this video I show you how to connect an HC-05 bluetooth module to an arduino board, how to pair them, how to load a sketch and how to send ASCII commands via the serial port.
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Probando la transmisión de RTTY con un Arduino Mega y FLDigi. Realmente estoy transmitiendo ASCII7 en lugar de Baudot real. Queda pendiente escribir una función que me convierta los caracteres ASCII a Baudot para hacerlo 100% compatible con el teletipo de aficionado. Testing RTTY transmission with Arduino Mega and FLDigi. Actually I´m transmiting ASCII7 instead of real Baudot. I must write a new function to convert ASCII to Baudot and make it 100% compatible with ham radio teletype.
Father's day is just around the cornor, still wondering what to give as present? you can DIY an ascii art server for him using just a photo of his, his name and a Wi-Fi-enabled IoT MCU ( used #AMB23 in this demo) 😜 Tools are written in #python and open sourced on Github at, 🤍 #fathersday #gift #python #arduino #diy
ASCII Table This example demonstrates the advanced serial printing functions by generating on the serial monitor of the Arduino Software (IDE) a table of characters and their ASCII values in decimal, hexadecimal, octal, and binary. Code The sketch waits for a serial connection in the setup() then prints line by line the ASCII table up to the last printable character. When this is accomplished, it enters an endless loop in a while structure and nothing else happens. Closing and opening the serial monitor window of the Arduino Software (IDE) should reset the board and restart the sketch
Arduino: Keyboard.write writing ASCII integer value as a String Helpful? Please support me on Patreon: 🤍 With thanks & praise to God, and with thanks to the many people who have made this project possible! | Content (except music & images) licensed under CC BY-SA 🤍 | Music: 🤍 | Images: 🤍 & others | With thanks to user Sterling Butters (arduino.stackexchange.com/users/56035), user Delta_G (arduino.stackexchange.com/users/33871), and the Stack Exchange Network (arduino.stackexchange.com/questions/72961). Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Disclaimer: All information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. You are responsible for your own actions. Please contact me if anything is amiss at Roel D.OT VandePaar A.T gmail.com
Hak5 Cyber Security Education, Inspiration, News & Community since 2005: Today on Hak5, Shannon has some fun with the serial connection on an Arduino, and Darren joins from Tempelhof. Variable declaration on the Arduino: 🤍 Shannon's Arduino Code: 🤍 Tempelhof in Berlin: 🤍 Join Darren Kitchen at a meetup near you! Visit: 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Bash Bunny Primer - Hak5 2225" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Founded in 2005, Hak5's mission is to advance the InfoSec industry. We do this through our award winning educational podcasts, leading pentest gear, and inclusive community – where all hackers belong.
STM32duino sketch driving servos via Blue Pill from Serial Monitor. ASCII character values are converted to degrees, e.g. '0' becomes 48 degrees, 'z' becomes 122 degrees. Even values are sent to left servo, odd values to right servo 🤍
Dopo una serie di video introduttivi su Arduino ed Elettronica digitale, passiamo a fare qualche esperimento più concreto, sorprendente e contemporaneamente semplice. In questa puntata parliamo del codice Ascii, come è strutturato e come si è evoluto in Unicode. Vediamo anche come vengono trasmessi i caratteri Unicode in una seriale con UTF-8. Arduino facile facile 🤍 Elettronica digitale facile facile 🤍
This video demonstrates the sample application of ACS which use RS485 and Fixed Length ASCII Protocol, The ACS is very simple and cheap but powerful which can be used to control all equipment in the house or building. For more details and source code goto 🤍
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#programming #arduino #embeddedsystem #robotics #iot #tutorial #coding This is a mini tutorial series on arduino programming and embedded systems development. In this video, we'll see how to use the serial port of arduino. Serial port of arduino is perhaps the most widely used on-chip feature of the microcontroller on arduino. We can use serial port for any kind of output and input. Serial port is considered to be one of the most standard output device of arduino because we can print any kind of characters very easily on serial port. Most often serial port of arduino is used as debug window to debug the code. Want to learn IoT / embedded systems / PCB Design in person online or if you need help in any project work, please contact here 🤍 Thank you for watching the video If you like our work, please support us by purchasing a full course from us at 🤍 they're affordable and super helpful We also love helping you in solving any of your problems and issues, feel free to reach out to us for any guidance, consultation or to simply connect with us Contact us here : 🤍 Our Facebook Channel: facebook.com/kitflixdotcom Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/amit-rana/