After almost four years living in university dorms, I am left aching to hack a place of my own. As expected, I eventually decided to automate my dorm room window blinds.
What came of it was a fanciful bit of ultra-lightweight Arduino code.
Be sure to visit the full write-up page for more details.
At the heart of this CommandStrip-stuck gadget is one original Adafruit Trinket microcontroller sporting a feeble ATTiny85. It sits next to a generic A3988 stepper motor driver.
Continue reading Using a Trinket to control a stepper motor with acceleration – Dorm automation
Want to add a degree motion to your GoPro camera without a bulky gimbal? If so, here’s a simple DIY add-on for your multicopter that may only take you a couple minutes to build.
All you’ll need is a spare servo, a 25mm M5 bolt with nyloc nut (for GoPro mount), some double sided foam tape or equivalent, and some other small vitamins.
Continue reading Simple Servo Tilt Gimbal for Rev. III Tricopter (and others)