I'm looking to create a very simple project as follows:Using a VB NET project I want to switch on/off some leds.I want the possibility of red, green or none.
Needs to be visible 5m across a normal office space.Should have 360 degree visibility
I have a UNO board here but have no idea how to progress.. I don't really want to have to learn a lot
I'm just looking for some help to get me going without having to understand everything...
'm just looking for some help to get me going without having to understand everything...
Quote'm just looking for some help to get me going without having to understand everything...Bad attitude.Start understanding look here for a start.http://www.ladyada.net/learn/arduino/lesson3.html
The rest of the posters here seem a rather grumpy unhelpful lot.........
isn't it best to be honest?
QuoteThe rest of the posters here seem a rather grumpy unhelpful lot.........If you were to browse through just some of the many thousands of posts on these forums and noticed the abundance of patient, helpful replies from the same members that responded to your request for help, I think you would realize that they are not a 'rather grumpy, unhelpful lot'. To quote someone's words from a post of this thread: Quoteisn't it best to be honest?These guys give a lot of their own time and vast knowledge of all sorts of technical areas. If you cannot comply with their methods of assistance then perhaps a member here can create what circuitry and code you need for a small fee or exchange. Just ask. - Scotty
maybe that's what they want though - leave them alone in their little club??
Hi Scotty jnr
Some are not giving any assistance at all so there's nothing for me to comply with.
What we love, absolutely love, is to help you to learn and come out of the experience with your arduino feeling great.
any tips on how to upload a program via .net?
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