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On This Page, I will be posting all my projects and findings with the Arduino. You probable already know all about the open-source electronics prototyping platform, but incase you haven't, check the "Helpful links" section.

Okay, this is what Wikipedia says about it:" Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform, designed to make the process of using electronics in multidisciplinary projects more accessible. The hardware consists of a simple open hardware design for the Arduino board with an Atmel AVR processor and on-board I/O support. The software consists of a standard programming language and the boot loader that runs on the board."

BLOGDUINO: MY 3 MOST RECENT POSTS ON ARDUINO

  • TEAM a.r.g. It has been a while ... the reason: TEAM a.r.g.TEAM a.r.g. is actually me, teamed up with Trodoss, the guy that made Elventure and Poofy adventure for the Gamby Shield, I have talked about in an earlier post. We have our first game almost ready now, so time to let the world know, what we have come with. Our very first game together is Dungeons and you can read all about it on our new website. We also have a twitter account, you can start following. @TEAMarg_orgSo if you are into Arduino and Retro Gaming, TEAM a.r.g. might be a good place to start with. Have FUN!
    Posted 11 Sep 2013 05:32 by Joeri Gantois
  • W&L Video Game shield While working on our first game "Dungeons" for the Gamby Arduino Shield and trying to finish the website for TEAM a.r.g. , I ordered 2 Video Games Shield made by Wayne and Layne. Just finished soldering the first one, but ... got no cables to connect it. Guess I'll have to wait, till I'll get home.While we still have a lot of work to do on our 8-bit retro arduino games, I wanted to at least own one shield to test with, because although the first game "Dungeons" is running on the Gamby Shield, we'll be porting all games to work with the Video Games Shield too. I'll let you now when we're ...
    Posted 21 Aug 2013 05:43 by Joeri Gantois
  • First Gamby Demo video Finished soldering the Gamby Retro Gaming shield I told you about in an other post. Well actually I finished it 2 weeks ago, which gave me some time, trying several things on it. I managed to make a small demo, using bitmaps AND animations. I haven't used frame based animations, that I'll have to try some other time. In this demo I use real-time sine calculation. As you can see the Arduino and the shield are at the tip of there possibilities, but they manage. This, for example, is the part for the rotating DNA.    float d = 0.0;    while (1){        float q = 2*sin(-d);        for (byte k = 1; k<12;k++){          float r = sin(d ...
    Posted 31 May 2013 01:23 by Joeri Gantois
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PROJECTS: MY 3 MOST RECENTLY FINISHED PROJECTS

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Gamby Arduino Shield ENGLISH  31 May 2013 
OzBeLAN ENGLISH  16 November 2012 
BareBone Arduino .wav player ENGLISH  10 October 2012 
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MY 3 MOST HELPFUL ARDUINO WEBLINKS

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The Arduino homepage http://www.arduino.cc/ Here you can find all info about the Arduino board 
How to solder http://www.aaroncake.net/electronics/solder.htm A very good soldering tutorial 
Fritzing homepage http://www.fritzing.org A tool that allows users to document their prototypes 
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