The first article in this series, Intro to Common Sensors You’ll Use in Your Projects introduces temperature sensors and some common mechanical sensors. It also promises that the next article will cover acoustic sensors and optical sensors. I like to keep my word, so that …View This Post about Intro to Common Sensors 2: Acoustic and Optical Sensors
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I recently got the chance to assemble and test a Keyestudio (that’s not a typo, the spelling is correct) robot kit. The name of the kit is the Keybot Coding Education Robot for Arduino STEM. That’s a long name, but it suggests a few things. First, the robot is an educational …View This Post about 3 Videos: Keybot Robot – Assembly Tips, Caveats, and Review
In the land of electronics, there are many different types of sensors. If you start dabbling in electronics, it won’t be long before you end up needing/wanting to measure some sort of quantity like temperature, speed, light level, distance, sound, humidity etc. This is …View This Post about Intro to Common Sensors You’ll Use in Your Projects
A while back I published a tutorial on the basics of logic gates. The tutorial talks about what logic gates are, truth tables, and active levels. Then, the tutorial talks about the basic logic gates many of us are familiar with: NOT, AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR, and …View This Post about Tutorial on Logic Gates Part 2: Electrical Properties of Gates