How much are you willing to pay for a project that you should be doing entirely on your own?When is this assignment due?Pete
Guys just some context, I study product design and this is just a semester project, we never had a course on coding, we are just expected to do it. This is the reason I have come here, if you guys can be a bit nice that would be great.
If the course is in product design, are you really expected to magically learn all the details of the hardware and software required to be able to implement it and do that in less than one semester? I doubt that very much.As far as the money, I don't know what a usual charge would be since I haven't done any paid work here. But I wouldn't strain my brain on anything for less than an absolute minimum of $200US/hr plus expenses.Pete
A1302 are analog sensors, so if you use them as digital input you can't distinguish between N, S and none. You can only see that there's a N magnetic face perpendicular to the sensor (the signal goes low). When this moves away the signal is very likely to go high again (the pin hysteresis may or may not keep it low).Definitely ask your teacher for help with coding, that's what they are for.This being a now obsoleted sensor and you having a nice image of the thing makes it look very much like it's a ready made piece of hardware, used for many years. Ask your upper class friends for last year's code, much quicker and known to work with your specific hardware.
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