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Lab 5 – Motors

Step 1: DC Motor The DC motor was the first one we worked with because it is one of the more simple setups. We used an H Bridge to control the motor. Step 2: Stepper Motor The second motor used for this lab is the stepper motor. It is more precise than the DC motor...

Final Project – Pinball Machine

Click the images in this documentation to view a larger image! For this final project, we wanted to make something using an existing interaction that we enjoyed and could improve upon, or at least learn a lot from trying to replicate. Thus we decided to create a...

Lab 4: Serial Communication

Step 1: In Lab During the lab I setup a basic breadboard input/output to demonstrate using p5 serial communication. In this demo, a potentiometer is used move a pong paddle (game created by Tong) and I added a p5 button that lights up an LED on the board. This simple...

Lab 3 – Analog I/O

Step 1: Analog Input Lab The first lab involved wiring 2 analog sensors to the Arduino. The light sensor is set up using a second light sensor connected to ground to create a voltage-difference that can be measured by the analog input pins. The potentiometer has a...