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Remote mind control with Arduino and ThinkGear module...

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My project about controlling the speed of a motor by your mind... This is an Arduino and Neurosky ThinkGear module project... Mosfet motor driver circuit is as follows:


Mechaphytum Animus Tweeting and sending data to web...

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My plantoid Mechaphytum Animus is interacting with web thanks to ESP8266 webserver nodes... I played a lot with this tiny wifi modules and managed to incorporate them into my projects in many ways.... Easy to connect to a MCU, open source firmware and lots of example software on the web... I prepared many webservers with or even without a MCU and now Mechaphytum Animus can send sensor data to web, can Tweet and even send e-mails to me when an event is triggered... Below are my ESP8266 webservers...


Lidar Lite distance measurement and creating point cloud...

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I recently ordered a Lidar Lite from Sparkfun... This is a very capable distance measurement device, a laser rangefinder  in a very compact form and is also relatively cost effective... Pulsed Light company  first carried out a successful Kickstarter last year and now the device is commercially available... Link to manufacturer:  http://pulsedlight3d.com/ 


My new wi-fi sensor node... Now with webserver implementation...

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Update on March,2015:
Finally my wbserver is working like a charm.... I found the simple problem being with the firmware. I uploaded V0.9.2.2 Firmware and changed the baud rate to 9600 and Voila!!! the same webserver sketch above works flawlessly... Only change the serial baudrate to 9600 and it WORKS!!! At last.... :)


Simple MYO sensor...

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After struggling with Neurosky Mindwave headset a lot I decided to make my own sensor to use in some bio sensor projects... I found that there is a cheap and easy to use instrumentation amplifier signal interpreter IC, AD620AN... 


FilastruderTest

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Homemade Filastruder for my 3d printer...

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Update on July 2014:

At last I found some time to finish up and test my filastruder... Tested with recycled plastic pellets at PID values: 200 degrees C +-10 degrees... Managed to extrude 1,70mm usable filament at first test run... 

Youtube link of test run video: http://youtu.be/-0N7ihcV2Zo