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Биологическая Обратная Связь (3) Chip-sized Arduino with built-in OLED Display!
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metanymous wrote in metapractice
http://metapractice.livejournal.com/224589.html

Прокатимся на волне прогресса
С того момента, когда я последний раз исследовал вопрос создания электроники в домашних условиях, инструменты радикально шагнули вперёд. К вот такой хрени размером с фалангу пальца:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1516846343/microview-chip-sized-arduino-with-built-in-oled-di
Можно присоединить вот такой КГР-датчик:
http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Grove_-_GSR_Sensor
И на C-подобном языке писать к нему софт. Стоимости оборудования в пределах 2000 рублей с доставкой. Когда-нибудь доберусь :)
http://meta-eugzol.livejournal.com/10008.html

MicroView: Chip-sized Arduino with built-in OLED Display!
https://d2pq0u4uni88oo.cloudfront.net/projects/775947/video-355960-h264_high.mp4
The MicroView is the first chip-sized Arduino compatible that lets you see what your Arduino is thinking using a built-in OLED display.
Click here to visit http://microview.io/kickstarter








You've never seen an Arduino™ compatible like this. With a built-in OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode Display) you can see what your Arduino is thinking without having to connect it to your computer.

No more cryptic "Hello World" LED blink sequences or shoehorning oversized displays onto your tiny Arduino™. Development is much easier when you can see what's going on.





          








In addition to the built-in tutorials, we've also built a cross platform course that runs on iPad, Microsoft Surface and modern Web Browsers on Windows, Mac and Linux.

The course takes you step by step through building a 11 different circuits including:


  • Blinking LEDs and creating different colors on an RGB LED.

  • Getting readings from a potentiometer (a fancy name for a knob).

  • Taking the input from a push button.

  • Sensing Temperature and Light

  • Controlling actuators relays, motors & servos

  • Making sound

The interactive course is included within the "Learning Kit" and "Educators Kit" rewards tier.








If you already know Arduino™, you will love the Arduino Library we've made that allows you to quickly display text, sprites, graphs and gauges.
If you already know Arduino™, you will love the Arduino Library we've made that allows you to quickly display text, sprites, graphs and gauges.

WIDGETS




Gauges, like this gauge showing the reading of a Light Sensor are easy to display with 2 lines of Arduino™ Code.
Gauges, like this gauge showing the reading of a Light Sensor are easy to display with 2 lines of Arduino™ Code.




Drawing primitives on the MicroView is super easy!
Drawing primitives on the MicroView is super easy!

FLEXIBLE POWER OPTIONS




The MicroView can be powered from a Coin Cell Battery, AA or AAA Batteries, USB Power, 9V Square Batteries and 12V Car Batteries and beyond!
The MicroView can be powered from a Coin Cell Battery, AA or AAA Batteries, USB Power, 9V Square Batteries and 12V Car Batteries and beyond!

Note: 6-16VDC is the manufacturer's recommendation for a stable 5V 16Mhz operation.  Voltages below 6VDC are for hackers that wish to drive the ATmega328P and LDO beyond the datasheet's limit.

EXAMPLE PROJECTS

We've already started making projects with the MicroView, here are some of our favorites:




The MicroView can be the brains of your next Robot!
The MicroView can be the brains of your next Robot!




The MicroView can display your Raspberry Pi's Stats!
The MicroView can display your Raspberry Pi's Stats!




Create a game on MicroView's beautiful OLED Display!
Create a game on MicroView's beautiful OLED Display!




The MicroView's tiny size makes it perfect for Wearable Computing Projects!
The MicroView's tiny size makes it perfect for Wearable Computing Projects!




Use the MicroView to make a project that displays your local weather!
Use the MicroView to make a project that displays your local weather!

Here are some other project ideas we've had:


  • Mini Oscilloscope

  • Gas Sensor

  • Games

  • Sports Results

  • Email

  • Pong

  • Clock

  • Weather

  • CPU Status

  • Build Monitor

  • Github Checkin Status

  • Sales

  • Heart Sensor

  • Mini-piano

  • Car Temperature / Fuel levels.

  • Brains for a Robot

  • Display Kickstarter Pledges

  • A Hackable Watch




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