This is a showcase of my last Arduino project.

It’s a autonomous robot, we are using an Arduino Nano with Bluetooth and an Android device, we use the camera to analyze the environment and choose the best action.

There is no logic in the Arduino. The Arduino board only sends sensors values to the Android, where with the camera information and received data is calculated the best movement.

With the best action, Android sent it to the Arduino board, moving it as necessary. Check this out:

Thank you for reading,

Aron Bordin.

Kill Time Making Flappy Bird, Not Playing It

Flappy Duino on Hack a Day! Today, Hack a Day posted about my last tutorial about Arduino. A Flappy Bird clone! Take a look!


This is the sixth post about mobile development with Python.

In this  post, we’ll see how to save and read user data with Kivy. It’s compatible with Desktop, Android and iOS.

Python Mobile course
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Hi! In this post, I’ll show you how to create a simple Flappy Bird clone with an Arduino 16x16 LED Matrix.

To code it, we are going to use two modules of .PNG Arduino Framework

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In this post I’m going to show you how to use 16x16 Dot LED Matrix Display with Arduino.

It has a column control 74HC595 and line control 74HC138. Let’s check.

To turn the development easier, I’ll show your the .PNG Arduino Framework :)

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