MPLAB® PICkit ™ 4 from Microchip received the Programmer-to-Go function for 8, 16 and 32-bit PIC, dsPIC microcontrollers, as well as SAM devices. A firmware update that introduces the long-awaited feature is included in the latest version of MPLAB X IDE v5.30. MPLAB X IDE is amazing IDE Studio and in opposite to Atmel Studio […]
Read MoreMPLAB® PICkit™ 4 – quick and easy debugging and programming of PIC®, dsPIC®, AVR, SAM and CEC microcontrollers
I’d like to present my new project of prototype basing on raw microcontroller in Collision Detector for difficult visibility conditions: a) limited view (the driver or object (robot, machine) has a limited view)b) difficult weather: fog, heavy rain, smoke, snow, frozen or fogged windows or other factors affecting poor visibility caused by weather conditions or […]
Read MoreCollision Detector for normal and difficult visibility conditions: limited view, difficult weather or night on microcontroller by using ultrasound (Sonar) sensor based on echolocation
I’d like present tests my microcontroller in case of Motion object detection during day or night. More technical informations You can find in my previous post. Please pay attention particulary on tests during night.
Read MoreTests Motion object detection during day or night with using Infrared and Ultrasound/Echolocation (Sonar) sensor on microcontroller – part II
Real-time applications are novelty on the web (also in case web programming). Node.js thanks to its architecture (it is a platform and not the framework) allows you to create applications that allow to deliver information immediately. Here are some of the possible applications: – Vehicle navigation systems (e.g. google map navigations) – communications with I/O […]
Read MoreAndruino, Intel – Node.js in Robotics, microcontrollers and Real Time communication with hardware
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