The Adafruit Huzzah and the Sparkfun Esp8266 dev board.

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Background. I was asked to put together a 2 day class on the internet of things at PNCA so I suggested that we try out the Adafruit huzzah.  while I was looking for it I came across the Sparkfun Esp8266 “thing” and the Esp8266 dev board. I used the Sparkfun Esp8266 dev board to implement a… Read more »

Setting up a Pd/Arduino Capable Pi.

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Steps Download and copy image from pd-la.info/pdpi to sdcard. ssh to the device expand the file system using raspi-config sudo bash; apt-get update; apt-get dist-upgrade (WAIT AN ETERNATY!!!) apt-get install arduino xrdp Resources http://pd-la.info/pdpi/ http://vimeo.com/52259196 http://www.howtogeek.com/141157/how-to-configure-your-raspberry-pi-for-remote-shell-desktop-and-file-transfer/all/ http://www.ryukent.com/2013/04/setup-the-raspberry-pi-for-remote-access-with-rdp-or-vnc-and-a-static-ip/ http://cord.sourceforge.net http://readwrite.com/2014/04/16/arduino-raspberry-pi-connected-home-tutorials-projects#awesm=~oIjC0fWIMe5XJF

Intermediate Arduino Day 1

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Leading Questions: What do you know? What do you not know? What Would be most helpful for you as an artist? Whiteboard from “what do you know?” (as a bullet list) I/O -> Massage -> Outputs (james) AD -> I/O -> Midi (christiano) Sensors -> Control movement / sound (gail) The Unit is robust/stable (julie)… Read more »

Your Own Protocol (Chapter 7 of Physical Computing)

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Once again find myself in a windowless cube. So I 3d printed a varient of a compact camera gimbal and attached an rpi camera to it.  I needed to set up a serial based protocol to talk to it. Its a pretty good example of creating your own protocol as described in the Physical Computing… Read more »