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Arduino/Processing based sonar

Posted on Friday, November 26th, 2010 in Arduino, Processing by the machinegeek

LuckyLarry has developed a sonar system based on the Arduino and an SRF-05 ultrasonic range finder. A servo sweeps the range finder across the target field, with the pingbacks processed and displayed on the desktop with Processing.

Via Hackolog.

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