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Hi, I'm fairly new to microcontrollers and have read multiple guides, although still asking the question. I have used Arduino for quite a long time and have developed some product concept. I am only 14 years old though. I am currently developing a wearable project, therefore size, weight, and battery are huge constraints. My project will include; Touch OLED, Gyro, IR LED and receiver. As I have used Arduino, I am quite familiar with the Arduino offset of C++. It will be appreciated if the MCU has example codes/ others have used similar components. Could you please help me on both; hardware and software. Thankyou in advance.
I am trying to make this KITT's dash compass andi have the leds and using a microcontroller to power them but need help on how to wire them so i use the least amount of conponents possable. I thought of darlington transistor ic's but on the 4 10 led bargraph onesi think both anode n cathode will need darlington transistors. 4 1 for either common cathode or anode and 10 more for the other lead for make the patterns. I might be able to use 1 darlington transistor ic to make the yellow triangle leds work using just 4 i/o pins, but i think i need 14 for the red bargraps whats the best way to wire the bargraph leds up? Thanks. Joe
infrared signal is used as the "trigger" for the operation of dc motors(or any other appropriate devices eg:LEDs). i have used the arduino uno as the microcontroller as it simply does the job!also it's cheap too!! future application will ultimately lead to IR controlled robot,and perhaps controlling of human mind using nothing but a simple remote control and interfacing hardware with electrodes,so that the physically disabled can attain normal "motor" functions.thanks.