I’m quite new to using Arduino. Anyway, I have an exhibition coming up and here’s what I’m proposing:
12 Arduino units placed around the room, each connected to either a motor, turning on or off a speaker, or on or off a light.
They will all be connected to a master which will give them an order to play in. The individual units do not need to communicate with each other, they are all performing individual functions regardless of what else is going on.
How feasible is this project?
Suggestions for a way to host 12 arduinos following the same command lines. I’m imagining each will be given an identifier and will respond to that when it appears in the sequence. Each will be active for 5 minutes or will perform it’s function (lights on) until the ID comes up in the sequence again (lights off).
I have had quite a look for something like this around the internet and these forums but couldn’t find much (maybe I didn’t look hard enough). Like I said, I’m relatively new to using Arduino and the turnaround for this exhibition is quite quick so I don’t feel I have a huge amount of time to be teaching myself how to get to this point on my own.
Any help would be massively appreciated!