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Wiring the Electret Microphone

March 7, 2012 by

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If you are going to use the Electret Microphone here is some help on how to wire it. In this example we are wiring the microphone with a potentiometer (variable resistor), which will allow us to test different resistances and see what works best. So you’ll need to connect it to 5V through a resistor. […]

Bureau d’Etudes on the electromagnetic spectrum

March 7, 2012 by

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Bureau d’Etudes is a collective that has done a lot of interesting work on mapping the electromagnetic spectrum. Their perspective is very critical and it can really help you develop a conceptual framework for your project. One of their projects consisted on mapping electromagnetic pollution in Latvia. Have a look, it’s really interesting: LatvianEMpollution The […]

Introduction to Arduino (presentation)

February 20, 2012 by

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Here is the basic introduction to Arduino. You can download the pdf by clicking on the image below.

Arduino Logger

February 20, 2012 by

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Use Arduino to create a log of sensor data. The first thing is to upload Standard Firmata to the Arduino board. Then open Processing and run the following code. You will need to install the Arduino library for Processing if you haven't got it installed.

Useful Links

February 12, 2012 by

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A list of useful links where to find help, online resources, DIY projects and documentation, artist projects and links to where to buy components online.