This post’s subject is the gyroscope. An instrument of great utility for electronic devices and for air, naval, and space navigations.
In this post, are shown how to use Arduino with the TM1637 module, a 7-segment display with 4 digits and 3 project examples.
An international team of scientists has built an artificial vision system for blind, which involves a brain implant.
In this post, it’s shown how to use the PCA9685 module with Arduino. To control many servomotors this is a better solution than traditional commands.
Scientists created cyborgs jellyfishes, placing microelectronic prosthesis which control swim speed of these animals.
In this part about MEMS manufacturing, the subject is surface micromachining. A very different method from the one shown in previous part.
MEMS manufacturing is similar to process used to fabricate microelectronic circuits. The bulk micromachining is today’s subject.
MEMS are abbreviation of Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems, are miniaturized electromechanical machines. An introduction to MEMS and some of its applications are today’s subject.
The fifth generation (5G) mobile communication is arriving, in this post is shown how it works and the main features.
This is part 10 of the Arduino tutorial series, which will be shown the operation of a real-time clock and a project example.