hello guys..this our 8th project thats called arduino based smartphone app control car using l298 motor driver via bluetooth.sooo lets start…. Step 1:-components 1:-arduino uno2:-bluetooth hc-053:-l298 motor driver4:-jumper wires5:-two dc motors6:-two wheels with caster wheel7:-one chassis8:-9v…By: Sukanta bera Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured
DIY at HOME will teach you How to make a racing gaming steering wheel form Cardboard Boxes for Any Smartphone (android or iOS) or Tablet. Its Homemade great steering wheel control.Improve your gaming experience with this steering wheel.Just follow the step by step instructions and have fun by trying…By: DIYatHOME247 Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring(…)
In this era everything is getting smaller but bench power supplies can get big and in no way are they portable so in this instructable I am going to show you how you can make a power supply that is probably smaller than you phone and you can carry it anywhere you go.You could either(…)
Smartphone Controlled Arduino Robot Car via Bluetooth.With G-sensor the robot will move depending on the slope of your smartphone. Joystick can be operated in the normal mode by moving the slider with your finger. Required Hardware Arduino Board – https://goo.gl/UyGYeF Bluetooth HC-06 – https:…By: MertArduino Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured
Smart Socket With Temperature Humidity Sensor, Laptop or Smartphone Battery Auto Cut in Cut Off Switch.
This is a Smart Plug-point with Temperature Humidity Sensor DHT 11 and a Emergency LED Light. As usual this socket can be turned on and off through WiFi of any smartphone. This can also be connected to Internet and avail feature as Internet of Thing (IOT).Features including:1. Temperature Humidity S…By: kumaran512 Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)
On the road and need to connect for work? No worries, because CIO.com senior writer Sarah White, has you covered. In this video she demonstrates what it takes to turn your 4G enabled Android device into a a mobile wireless hotspot. PCWorld How-To
When the first flip-top phones appeared in the ‘90s, prompting amazed gasps of, “Hey, this is just like the communicator in Star Trek!” it felt like we were on the cusp of an amazing sci-fi future. These days, however, James T. Kirk’s handy interstellar mobile device looks a bit clunky—and it’s shamefully low on functionality.(…)