Materials: SparkFun Triple Axis Accelerometer Board Adafruit Neopixel Ring Adafruit Gemma Lithium Ion Battery 1/8 in black acrylic 1/4 in clear acrylic Process: Solder Neopixel’s “Data Input” pin to Gemma’s “D0” pin Solder Neopixel’s GND to Gemma’s GND Solder Gemma’s VOut pin to Neopixel’s 5V DC Power pin Connect the GND pin on the accelerometer to the GND on
Materials: SparkFun ProMicro microcontroller Rocker switch (2) Thumb joystick Button pad 2×2 LilyPad Vibe Board Transfer ball bearing SparkFun thumb joystick breakout Process: In order to have really intuitive, responsive inputs and outputs, I started by brainstorming different possibilities, and also researching different components that would provide feedback just to get ideas. Below is my brainstorm
My proposal for this project can be found here. My code is uploaded to my GitHub here. My site can be reached here. Objectives: Create a survey that users can input information into concerning their current mood Allow as many users as possible to access the playlist chooser Compile the data of each user in
Since I am starting to become more comfortable with the setup used to get client and server to communicate, I thought this was going to be a fairly simple get, but unfortunately, such was not the case. Perhaps it’s because I have never worked on any mobile-based pages of any kind before, but, I did
For this assignment, I had to engage essentially the same process as we did in Object (getting the Arduino interface to communicate with Processing in order to draw pictures based on physically created data). Because they are the same thing, you can visit my post for Lab 8 in Object here.
For this lab, we worked on making the Processing IDE and Arduino IDE “shake hands” through serial communication. The first part of it was to create an environment in which the Arduino could read and and write data from two potentiometers (or other analog sensors of some kind). Next, we set up our Processing code to
I want to build an interface that directs a group of users to a playlist on YouTube based on their combined data. I’m going to lay out a BuzzFeed style quiz with 5 or so questions, and using the data pulled from the answers of each user, direct them to a YouTube page based on their music preference at