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Lilypad Arduino is changing the way we look at and experience clothing with electronics textiles or e-textiles. You can make dresses that read you poetry or have sensors smuggled inside lace. Or if you like, add projections into your petticoats!
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If you want to make anything that involves an Arduino or raspberry pi that is a bit more involved than a flashing LED or media centre, the odds are that you are going to have to solder something to a circuit board.
First of all you need to check the content of your kit which is easy as it only contains the PCB and a tmp36 sensor. You will also require the following parts: Soldering Iron Solder Flush cutters or snips Step
First of all you need to check the contents of the kit you should have the following: Kit contains: 1 x 220 ohm resistor ( Red, Red, Black)1 x 82k ohm resistor (Grey, Red, Orange)2 x 220k ohm resistors (Red,
I was looking at making some videos on Arduino development, and while planning the recording sessions, I thought about using a web-cam to show a multi-meter screen to show readings on a circuit. While this would not be too difficult
This is a short guide on how to assemble the day of the geek badge. First up you need to check that you have everything you need: Included: Skull PCB20mm Battery holderLEDsPin back Not included: CR2032 BatterySoldering IronSolderPliersFlush cutters Step