Projects

Measure Serial Dew Point - Quick and Easy Using XinaBox xChips and Arduino IDE

Posted by Daniel Berman on

Introduction I built this project using XinaBox xChips and Arduino IDE. It is a 5 min project , that allows you to read dew point data received from the ☒SW01 on the serial monitor. This project is an adaption of my previous Easy Peasy Temperature Monitor project. Using the ☒CHIPS assembly is easy. The Arduino IDE softwaremakes creating the code for the project simple. Step 1: Downloading the Libraries Go to Github.xinabox Download xCore ZIP Install it into Arduino IDE by going to "Sketch", "Include Library", then "Add .ZIP Library". As seen below. Figure 1: Adding the ZIP libraries Download xSW01 ZIP...

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Atmospheric Pressure Measurement using XinaBox xChips

Posted by Daniel Berman on

Create a project that measures the atmospheric pressure in under 20mins using XinaBox xChips - by Luqmaan Baboo Hardware required: SW01: Temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure sensor based on the BME280 from Bosch CC01: xChip version of Arduino Uno based on ATmega328P OD01: xChip 128x64 Pixel OLED Display IP01: xChip USB Programmer based on FT232R From FTDI Limited PU01: xChip USB (Type A) Power Supply (or use the IP01 above for power, if you don't need it to programme more xChips) XC10: XinaBox Connectors 5V USB Power Supply: Power Bank or similar product Software required: Arduino IDE: Development environment for programming Introduction I built this project to measure the atmospheric pressure...

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Weather Station, with a shake!

Posted by Daniel Berman on

Create your own shake controlled weather station with the help of this tutorial in under 5 minutes!

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UV Index Alert using XinaBox ☒CHIPS and Arduino

Posted by Daniel Berman on

This project measures the UV Index - a simple project to remind you to remain protected in the sun.

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Space Invaders on RasPi with OLED and Capacitive Touch

Posted by Bjarke Gotfredsen on

This project implements Capacitive Touch to a Space Invaders game that runs on a Raspberry Pi.

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