This might seem very easy compared to the rest of the projects on this forum, but I've been asked to do something similar to that example: http://blog.saintlondon.co.uk/2011/04/01/good-daybad-day/
I know nothing about processing or arduino and bought some starters kit and books, but I'm realising I'll never be able to do the above in the time I have on my own (I have a week to build, code and finalise), so I'm a bit desperate!
Basically I just need two big buttons, one 'yes' one 'no'.
I'll need to put it out there, so it won't be connected to a computer, but it needs to be able to count how many times it's been pressed and when they were pressed. I need to be able to export that data back into my computer when the project is finished, for analysis.
I was also thinking of adding some small speakers behing each buttons as to have a little yeah or noooo when they are pressed.
I've got the hang of playing with small buttons and having them do a small action, but it's taken me the best part of two days to do it... haha, yes I'm probably a little bit crap at this.
So any help or pointers you could give me will be immensely appreciated.
Should I use 2 separate arduinos, one for each button? OR one controller connecting to the two buttons. And some help with the code as I don't think I'll ever be able to create it myself in time...