This post is going to mark a paradigm shift in my blogging. Most of my earlier posts seem to deviate from the point I try to make. I’m not promising all my posts will be to the point from now, but you can certainly expect to get a higher content-to-crap ratio.
To begin with this new me that I’ve just discovered, let us just cut it short to the video I made for the MIDI music maker. All the details regarding the working has been explained. With a sufficient amount of motivation, I’ll probably post a tutorial so that you can make one of these.
One more thing – I’ve never not bragged so let me just go ahead and tell you all that the embedded video here is called using special code that should ideally support HTML5, which means you’d could as well watch the same video on your phone without a hitch.
Morse code generator using Arduino…
‘Micro-controllers’ was a theory chapter in the Computer Science course I had in my pre-university years, and yet I hadn’t really seen one up close until the end of my first year at MIT, Manipal. Learning of micro-controllers was not a big deal; the real deal was writing a micro-controller program on your own without help(and I don’t mean simple programs that involve flashing LEDs in a sequence at best). Tens of my colleagues have made robots using micro-controllers, but only because they were parts of guided tours. They hadn’t much to do with the robots they owned. Not being rude here, just ask yourselves, “Am I capable of writing programs for the chip from my bot and incorporate it in a different bot?” Well, I am. Now, this is certainly not the first thing I’ve ever made; it’s just the first thing I have shared for everyone to see.