Show Posts
Pages: 1 ... 77 78 [79] 80 81 ... 111
1171  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Hiring: Looking for somebody to produce a prototype on: March 12, 2012, 08:21:03 am
I would suggest using a Bluetooth communication means than the Wifi not only Bluetooth is easy to implement its cost effective too just because of that USB Host shield i think 30(max rate) dollars(host shield) + 8(bluetooth dongle) will do the trick or even use a radio module (OP can think of it?)
1172  Topics / E-Textiles and Craft / Re: does anyone use jumpers on clothing? on: March 12, 2012, 08:06:29 am
I think you should use thin gauge wire than these so they get meshed in your clothing, using standard jumper wire's is not the in thing i suppose  you can also use TIN wire's with tape wrapped on them to insulate so that you can give them a direction and they will stay as it is.
1173  Community / Bar Sport / Re: Arduino as a Driver of Change???? on: March 12, 2012, 07:40:07 am
1) For me Arduino's success lies in the fact that it form's a bridge , for example between a person who used to programme in c/c++/c# just in pc's  now he can get into programming microcontroller's and then if his interest deepen's he can get more on programming a different array of microncontrollers to learn the way it works for other uC's.

2) The way the Boards LOOK is also a good thing that gets people who even can programme much cheaper Hobby uC's to have arduino's MAN....... it looks very good , It;s like a VERY NICE CAR to me that i can keep and though can;t flaunt (leaving, in front of the Nerdy types),sometimes i also kiss it because i love for the power it can provide to one and then this ITALIAN boards finish(though i have a 2009 also that is chinese made and its RESET does'nt work from the very beginning.), I think it's really needed how you present a particular item(how much finely finished it is.), I want to be a COLLECTER of Arduino boards who also utilizes them.

3)Because it's a bit easy than other uC's to work with , its picked up by the new ones whether OLD or YOUNG and that clear's their question's that how that thing used to work? even if they do not want to continue in this line then also atleast a knowledge element remains for the lay man to define how stuff works?

@ Sir, Nick Gammon, This is infact the best thing that many old respectable Super-Experienced personalities like yourself and other's are here 24x7 or mostly and they are polite mostly to beginner's , it;s advent that forum support is the second most thing the arduino is known for and I in the same respect strive to add on my knowledge and skills to one day be at same level as you guys are and help the New budding kid's/Oldies out there, one of such character whom im like friends is Mr CrossRoads has been with me since the beginning and he continues to be with me  when i have problem's and just like that only when he has time.

so in a  Nutshell all that love is taking this Arduino to height's and will keep on adding further copy cat;s to the list of similar stuff like we find today Maple and Olimexino profoundly doing(using the Arduino IDE for their boards programming).

regarding the what the Arduino guys are doing these days is incrementing complexity with making Arduino turn SMD (Arduino's way is leving the stuff open and reusable )and modifying the Arduino IDE to 1.0 which definitely something wrong going with it, that;s why i keep 2 IDE version's that is 0022 and 1.0 , recently i faced problems with Wifi module programme compile and seeing these days other come up with the same issue too.

1174  Community / Bar Sport / Re: Every so often I am stunned by a post. on: March 11, 2012, 10:55:17 pm
I hope my Posts aren't making you swing  smiley-mr-green
1175  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: wishield error on: March 11, 2012, 10:49:13 pm
Why you changed the variable i told you to change in both the files i just told to make changes in the h header file no c++ file, Please ensure you undo all changes that are previously made by you.

also, use Arduino 0022 IDE ,Go as i defined here definitely problem will get solved but don't go Haywire here and there.
1176  Community / Local Groups / Re: Anyone from India?? on: March 11, 2012, 02:13:31 pm
Hey Im from Delhi also, infact Delhi NCR ,,,,,,mmmmmmmmmaaaan i got a life ,,,,,,,Hardly indian's turn out here and the one's who turn out are from SOUTH INDIA that;s really hard to meet one from as its too far , if you are able to make friends with them!  smiley

EDIT: I have been here for quite a long time, but i love being virtually on this forum if not physically.

There are 5-6 which i have encountered and also posted/replied to them but are basically from south india.
1177  Community / Bar Sport / Re: So many members... on: March 11, 2012, 02:09:29 pm
@ robtillart ,you have got the Nerve!

I think all those 85% gave Arduino as a gift!! hehehehehe


EDIT: ........And Yes i like to know this that somewhere im at the Top 10-15% people in this world of our's.hehehehhee
1178  Community / Bar Sport / Re: Please remove my name from your board! on: March 11, 2012, 02:00:02 pm
do you want to know how? willpower effort and babysteps. Nothing worth knowing is dead simple.

I am also an unemployed electronics technician - very rusty mind you ( Bench Tech - 1998 - Cool job, - last job 1999  - Assembler -   ) , work as a school bus driver - most 20 pass, sometime 72 pass - hopefully, doing this job for the past 8 years. Not well pay, but it pay the bills, the foods and the electronics stuffs for my projects. On the plus side, no boss and no employee to worry about unless you do something wrong... 

"Osegeld & TechONe" SALUTE  smiley
1179  Community / Bar Sport / Re: Programmer Jokes on: March 11, 2012, 01:45:54 pm
A "hehhahahhahahhhoohohooohahahhahahah------(Infinite Array)" on all those jokes.
1180  Community / Bar Sport / Re: Well done PaulS on breaking the 20K barrier on: March 11, 2012, 01:44:02 pm
Congratulations! PaulS and also to the Arduino Family of our's to have such a Question Enduring personality among us who also strikes back with lightning speed Answer's.

wooohoooooooo!!  yaaaaaaaaay

1181  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: which arduino can you suggest for my project ? on: March 11, 2012, 01:14:47 pm
What you need to perform actually i mean what you actually mean by this >> or internet, if they are going to generate bits at several other places then let them generate on their separate arduino's and then just communicate with a Master Arduino via. XBee's or Bluetooth or inexpensive RF Radio modules that's it. with your rather incomplete information i think you need this.
1182  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: Where do I find this program to draw Arduino circuits? on: March 11, 2012, 08:18:04 am
I will guide you towards the CIRCUIT WIZARD i love that programme man but can't buy the paid version as short on money , However it comes on 1 month trial too, the best thing about it is that its a complete package which inlcudes schematics>PCB>SIMULATION based on Spice , as the simulation is based on Spice it provides simulation for analog circuits , it is a very lovely ergonomics filled software.

also, Proteus is good too.
1183  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: wishield error on: March 11, 2012, 08:03:26 am
Change the data type of the write function in the WiServer.h file to size_t instead of void.

I have a v1 Async labs WiFi module that i got from ebay second hand for just 11 Dollars in a bid ,IM HAPPY and its the best ever thing i have got  from eBay (or available on eBay, India).

soon i ran into problems however solved, also do care about apps-conf.h file also it's also a CULPRIT in making the code compile  smiley-grin
1184  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: Object oriented or not? on: March 11, 2012, 07:51:52 am
[quote so would anyone like to offer some great examples of OO being used to build projects by forum members, thats OO, not here is a class in a library.[/quote]

OO will come into play in case of Algorithm implication for example in cases of PID controller deployment or else for some simpler usages of Arduino ,clever coding will work, However you can deply it anytime but then there should be a need for it.
1185  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: ARM PROCESSOR IN ARDUINO on: March 10, 2012, 11:58:22 am

I assume you are from India and most probably from south india , as such the TENETECH guys are providing the ARMDUINO which is actually OLIMEXINO STM32 and which i like a lot myself so got check it out, these boards the best and they have overtaken the Mega in terms of many things like processor, additional auxiliary facilities like SD card and peripheral contectivity etc in a 40% approx less cost.
Pages: 1 ... 77 78 [79] 80 81 ... 111