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HexBugs dissected and modded

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

HexBugs are a product of Innovation Labs First, Inc. which retail for about $11 pretty much everywhere electronic gadgets are sold. They are a tiny robotic crawling device with a minimal ability to sense sound and proximity and react in a simplistic preprogrammed manner to avoid obstructions. As purchased, they...

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  • Edward Mallon: I've managed to get cheap thermistors calibrated to about to +/- 0.2C with 3.3v Arduinos. https://edwardmallon.wordpress.com/2017/04/26/calibrating-oversampled-thermistors-with-an-arduino/ Instead of playing whack-a-mole with the various sources of...
  • Ja: What the keyer do? Sends random morse code or there is some input? If someone can point me to some source to read I would...
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  • Max: Jolly good stuff, although the "include 100 W resistors in series with the inputs and outputs" part is quite hilarious until one realizes* they meant...