A 3-part series on using geometry to make GPS Navigation easy. This is part 1 of a 3-part series.
This episode follows and details the Garage Parking Assistant article published in the January 2010 issue of Nuts & Volts.
A GPS Datalogger for tracking a vehicle and recording the travel coordinates to a USB Thumb Drive for display in Google Earth.
Test your BASIC Stamp Modules for bad I/O pins, RAM and other issues that may cause problems in your projects.
Building a robot platform on a budget with some examples of platforms built for minimal cost using different materials.
A custom solder pot controller which keeps the temperature at a specified set point using a BASIC Stamp Module and a Solid-State Relay.
The Garage Parking Assistant makes it easy to pull in the garage by signaling you with a traffic light style display of when to pull in (GREEN), slow down (YELLOW) and stop (RED).
This project is a unique timepiece combining a normal digital clock with a binary representation, allowing you to see time in both formats.
Three custom digital alarm clocks. Each slightly different. Each with many features such as dual crescendo alarms, dimmable display and battery backup of the time and settings.
A kit that sorts M&M candies and even Skittles using a color sensor and a servo.