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Looks like I'll have to catch these from home via the archived faudio.  Corporate filters are blocking this stream.

Iron

Thanks for being present and your quite welcome.

Gold

Is there a way to download the audio from the presentation directly?  The stream is block from work.

 

On Design News my moderator name is mrdon.

Gold

I am trying to find the audio file on my computer.  I thought it would be in the Temporary Internet Files, but it is not.  Do you know what file extension it is?  It has to be saved somewhere in order to play it.  I have done it with previous webinar.

Yes, all libraries and sketches are free because they're open source.

Gold

No problem. Design News will archive the sessions for those who have missed the original presentations/lectures.

Gold

Questions 1 and 2 are correct. Question 3 is "What type of industrial applictions can the Arduino be used in ? (Reference slide 8). Question 4 "Is it possible to use the Arduino in a Biomimicry application? (Reference slide 8)

Gold

Please explain further your comment "do you have a writer version of this lesson".

Gold

I would love to conduct such a session. Please provide this class suggestion on your course evaluation form.

Gold

Both platforms allow you to rapidly developed electronic devices easily. The major difference between the two is the Raspberry Pi ia a linux based device compared to the Arduino which is a RISC based microcontroller.

Gold

Audio is really broken up...

Iron

@jog.chandan,

@acheesehead Zwilrich 78RPM between raspberrypi and arduino, what all would you consider before chossing one of the two, given one has a full blown OS and other just a programmable environment. I am sure that would dependend on the problem we are trying to solve and the cost factor. Would love to hear from expereienced folks.

It depends on what I'm doing.  If I'm monitoring a few sensors and/or controlling a few outputs, I'll use an Arduino.  If I need a camera, the Raspberry Pi is the way to go.  If I need a web-based interface, I'll use the Pi or a BeagleBone Black.  The BeagleBone has more I/O and computing power than the Pi.  Networking is much easier on the Pi and BeagleBone than it is on the Arduino.

The big advantage of the Arduino is the ease of use.  I'll frequently do the initial development on the Arduino then switch over to a lower cost alternative such as the Teensy.

 

Iron

do you have a writer version of this lesson,

 

Iron

I'm not sure I would use Arduino in an industrial environment either, but was having a little "thought experiment" as to what it would take, as a means to quantifying the differences in my mind.

Iron

I see the Arduino not being used in the Machine Automation space. I believe a lot of industry folks see the Arduino as a low end electronics controller but not able to handle industrial enviroments. Also, the number of I/O the Arduino Uno has may seem limited to the number of connected devices needed for a typical industrial application.The ATmega 2560 and Due has more I/O than the UNO and may be alternative solution for implementing a Machine Automation application.

Gold

Schmartboard is good if you have SMT package chip. If you need through hole board, radioshack still have inexpensive one.

Iron

It's a 16MHz crystal. Apparently, I was looking at another ATmega device from the 400 page datasheet when I placed it on the slide. Nice catch!

Gold

I'm glad you enjoyed the first session. No I wasn't using a VOIP phone. I was getting feedback from my notebook computer: had to turn down the volume on it.

Gold

@Russ VerNooy:  digikey, mouser, radioshack have solderable blank thru-hole pcb. I search on Prototype Boards Perforated. Schmartboard has through hole proto boards that have chip/connector layouts/breakouts. Depending on size they are ~$2.50 to $15 per board.

Iron

thanks don, rob, digikey, I wish I could do the IEEE development hours, however I can't do the live attendance since I can't hear the presentation live, I always starts 7-8 min delayed in both FF and Chrome!

Iron

Thanks for sharing this info with class. You have the spirit of the Maker Movement, sharing experiences and knowledge with others.

Gold

Thanks Don, Rob and all. 

Iron

Not off hand but I would be willing to investigate further to see what I can dig up for you. Please send your question to the following email address:

 

mrdon219@aol.com

Gold

@mrdon why not to make another class week with "the arduino and the lego" proyect. All atendees should have parts for class proyect.

Iron

You are correct. Sensors and actuators play a significant role in developing Biomimicry applications.

Gold

Thanks everyone for participating. Thanks Don for the great lecture.

See everyone tomorrow.

Blogger

http://oshpark.com/

http://store.oshpark.com/

Iron

That's great. I be interested in seeing a weblink for the OSH source in Portland.

Gold

Lots of questions on how R Pi, BeagleBone and Arduino are different. One of the best discussions I've seen is http://randomnerdtutorials.com/arduino-vs-raspberry-pi-vs-beaglebone-vs-pcduino/
Not trying to plug a particular website, but I found it helpful.

Platinum

That's a cool project idea and one I will be exploring as well. I might develop an article for Design News Gadget Freak column showing the process in which to use both the Arduino and the LEGO EV3 within the same project. Would you be interested in such an article?

Gold

Thanks to the organizers for this...

Iron

thanks Don and all. time to earn my keep. see all tomorrow.

Iron

Heather V. you should look at littilebits.

What is the link to the example of using Arduino related to PLCs?

Iron

@Rauf_Dunam: Thanks for pointer.

Iron

On the Arduino IDE its called the Serial Monitor. To gain access to it, click on the magnifier glass located on the top right corner of the IDE.

Gold

terminal environment to get IO and debugging?

Iron

AJHutch, You are quite welcome.

Gold

How are the Ardinio and the Raspberry PI alike or different in their design and layout?

@Heather, Legos has a kit for the Robotics module.

Iron

Heather - one of the folks in our Maker group made a world-class Halloween setup using Arduino + more .... he was featured in the Halloween Special Make magazine (which would help you out; look for it online)

Gold

thanks don, rob, digikey and ieee.

Thanks for the presentation and Q&A session, mrdon.   Looking forward to the other presentations.

 

Iron

Thanks Don and Rob and all involved

Iron

Welcome Yves. The audio will be better tomorrow!

Gold

@Don: What is the name of the serial port terminal program to get input/output information and debugging?

Blogger

Q2(?): I want to use Arduino with Legos and teach my kids about robotics and simple programming. I'd also use it to control LEDs and sound for our Haunted House.

Iron

The RPi benefit from the fact it runs a Linux OS so one can use software already written for this OS.

Iron

I teach at the Madison, Al campus.

Gold

I teach at the Madison, Al campus.

Gold

Thanks Don and Rob.

Hoping audio will be better tomorrow.

Iron

I found that prototyping shields are very poorly designed with much wasted real estate. I designed my own for both the UNO and the Mega. I had the boards manufactured by OSH in Portland, Oregon... very reasonable and industrial quality.

Iron

Thank you Don for this lecture.

Thanks for the preso, Don.  Catch you tomorrow!

Iron

Rob Lrwry, You're quite welcome.

Gold

? Is the Arduino xtal 16MHz or 20MHz? Slide 10 shows a 20MHz clock.

Blogger

@drrowley_lpe - Sketch is just another name for a program.  When you create a program for the Arduino, it is called a "Sketch".

@mrdon, All of the platforms have excellent user groups and support communities. If my top-level needs demanded an RTOS and lots of interrupts and rapid speed, I would go with R Pi or BeagleBone. The Raspberry Pi is great for supporting 1080p video.  For simpler projects I would do rapid development on an Arduino.

Platinum

Don, I am at the ITT in Swartz Creek, MI. Which ITT do you teach at?

 

Blogger

can u say chat overload?

Iron

thnx for the link, don.  *kchandra, someone else reposted it*

Iron

@mrdon, thanks for the link

Iron

If the project is simple, Arduino will be the good choice. If you have more complex project, Raspberry Pi may be a better alternative.

Iron

Here's a suggestion website that provides links to other programming languages for the Arduino. 

 

http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/67176/is-it-possible-to-program-an-arduino-in-other-languages

Gold

This chat program has bugs, my old message just showed up.

Iron

i am assuming, from the name, 'sketch' is a graphical programming language?

Here's a website that provides other links related to using a variety of programming languages for the Arduino.

http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/67176/is-it-possible-to-program-an-arduino-in-other-languages

Gold

@78RPM, yes, the Arduino isn't actually doing the processing.  With the YUN having support to call APIs directly, there are even more options open to do voice recognition.  

I would have though biomimicry is possible for arduino, but after reading Wetware: A Computer in Every Living Cell, i think it would be a very poor imitation.

Iron

? Any other language supported for Arduino?

Blogger

i think the pres is available now.

Iron

-- for the other languages to be supported (as you mentioned) is it a different IDE that needs to be used? --  I had been looking to see if C+ 11 could be used.

(Thnx RMRSS)

Iron

Thanks @siliconghost for the link. It looks like the actual voice recognition is getting done on PC software program and the Arduino is just a relay to the peripherals (LEDs in this case).

Platinum

@acheesehead Zwilrich 78RPM between raspberrypi and arduino, what all would you consider before chossing one of the two, given one has a full blown OS and other just a programmable environment. I am sure that would dependend on the problem we are trying to solve and the cost factor. Would love to hear from expereienced folks.

I agree. Both the Raspberry Pi and the Arduino are great prototyping platforms. Depending on the complexiity of the project and number of physical connecting I/O, each device can provide the appropriate solutions.

Gold

If you alredy know the language, you can use it beside the Sketch. It save the learning curve.

Iron
Hi, rkesmodel, yes the program will be archived. I believe it will be available shortly.
 
 
Blogger

Thanks Don. If you could provide links on how to use other languages (Python, Java, javascript, and C+ ). That will be of great help.

Iron

Rob, interupt is an event, hardware or software theat cuses prom execution to be interupted (storing current location in main program to return to later) then vectors execution to interupt routine

Iron

@mrdon - what resources have you seen for using javascript with/on Arduino? I only know of Johnny 5. There are boards like the Espruino that let you run JS right on board.

Iron

Is it possible to use the Arduino in a Biomimicry application?

I think it's possible but it depends on the type of the sensors.

Missed the presentation.  Will it be available later?

Iron

mrdon is Don Wilcher. Its my alias in the classroom.

Gold

@acheesehead Zwilrich 78RPM between raspberrypi and arduino, what all would you consider before chossing one of the two, given one has a full blown OS and other just a programmable environment. I am sure that would dependend on the problem we are trying to solve and the cost factor. Would love to hear from expereienced folks.

Don is mrdon, that's correct!

Gold

are there any interrupts available?

 

As I recall, C, ADA, Pascal, Forth compilers have been available.

 

The other languages supported by the Arduino include, Python, Java, javascript, and C+ .

Gold

I believe "mrdon" is Don Wilcher

Iron

? Are reduced power save mode available in Arduino?

Iron

(what is an interrupt)

Iron

@78RPM - You can actually use 3rd party APIs with the Arduino to do speech processing.  Here is one of many examples: http://www.instructables.com/id/Speech-Recognition-with-Arduino/

Hi everyone, thanks for participating today. I look forward to the remaining week discussing Getting Your Projects Started with Arduino.

Gold

What are the other languages supported?

Iron

Tmazur - UNO has two hardware interrupts, other boards have more

http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/attachInterrupt

Iron

@Don/Moderator: So far I haven't figured out what is Don Wilcher's signature.

Iron

are there any interrupts available?

 

Yes bothdedicated  hardware and on pins under user control.

looking forward to the next talk.

Don,  

What do you see as the largest potential usage of Arduino that is currently not being explored at this present time?  

IRON

 

Blogger

hi kchandra. Sorry if I missed your question. Please restate it.

Gold

Arduino is named after a Bar in Ivrea

Question about interrupts:

Can you comment on how to use HW interrupts on the I/O side in concert with a running sketch so that external events can get priority execution?

Can more than one HW interrupt be implemented on the Uno or do you have to upgrade to a bigger version?

Iron

Embedded101, Yes the Maker Movement is quite a interesting.  I don't think Massimo would ever imagined how is little device is changing the world.

Gold

I do not see any response from Don.

Iron

are there any interrupts available?

@sskendre14, The Arduino has only an 8-bit MCU so is not powerful enough to do speech processing which involves lots of computation.

Platinum

Massimo Banzi, As an aid for teaching his students

Voltage controller switch

security, robots

biomimicry, yes

Thanks for the class

 

Iron

     Good info. Thank you for  the websites. I will check them out. See (hear) you tomorrow!

Iron

Different Arduino boards have different capabilities.  I'm using one with an Atmel SAM3X, a very high performance 32-bit system.

what is the development environment for arduino?

Iron

So, is there really any reason to use the Arduino with a PI, or can you pretty much do most things with just the Arduino?

Iron

Thanks, Don. This will be a fun week!

is there a git or svn repository that you are aware of that pools together all the hardware revisions for the mega2560 and or uno designs?  I find it next to impossible to find any hardware documentation other than the absolute latest version?

IRON

 

Blogger

Hope we get to see a good application in coming days. Thanks Don.

 

Iron

@drrowley_lpe A "sketch" is simply another word for a program.  Nothing more than that.

No, not too basic.  Some of us don't have any history with this subject.

Iron

@lbrooks: 

I have it at home.  I'll post it tomorrow. 

That was a very good place to start.  Now we move on!

Iron

Suggestion:  Add the questions to the slides.

Iron

? Any other language supported for Arduino?

Iron

Thanks. Looking forward to tomorrow...

Iron

Hi para82, Thanks for participating in this webinar. Tomorrow's audio should be better.

Gold

Readwrite.com has an interesting Q&A with Mr Banzi "Arduino's Massimo Banzi: How We Helped Make The Maker Movement"

Thanks Don, good lecture.

Iron

not clear on what is meant by programming 'sketchs' on plate 3?

?1 Massino for the artsy community

?2 Depends on the imagination of the developer.

?3 - 4 missed the question while answering 1 and 3

Iron

? Is the Arduino xtal 16MHz or 20MHz? Slide 10 shows a 20MHz clock.

 

Blogger

???? What topic that we need to know before play with arduino ? Thank you

Thank you Don. Great lecture. Hear you again tomorrow.

Iron

Thanks Don and Rob for todays session.

Iron

Good intro, perhaps more basic than I thought it might be though.

IRON
 
 
 

?Any sugestions for FPGA arduino shield?

IRON

 Look at Valentfx.com

Iron

Thx Don for the class. Looking forward to the rest of the week.

(Just wondering: Was the phone you were using a VOIP phone? Audio was very choppy in the beginning. Much improved at the end. (If it was VOIP, was it on a shared network with bandwidth being shared by other apps or devices?

 

Iron

Thanks Don for nice introduction to the Arduino world

Are Libraries for free sketches available and also open source?

Iron

Is it possible to use the Arduino in a Biomimicry application?

Yes it should.

Iron

@jog.chandan and @ acheesehead, yes Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone are more powerful but they have operating systems (Linux flavor) while Arduino has no OS. The C macros provided with the Arduino development platform are much simpler for beginners. It takes a lot of work just to set up your new Rasperry Pi the first time.

Platinum

Thank you for the introduction, Don.  Are there any competitors to the Arduino, and if so, what are the Arduino's main advantages?

Iron

Is arduino being used in any mass produced products?

Iron

Is the Aurdino board evironmental specs able to withstand wide temperature extremes of summer and winter?

 

Iron

@ jog.chandan - yes there are ways to interface Arduino with Android. One way is the Arduino ADK, but there are others

http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardMegaADK?from=Main.ArduinoBoardADK

Iron

What type of Industrial Applications can the Arduino be used in?

Assembly line monitor / control

Iron

What type of Industrial Applications can the Arduino be used in?

In robots to automate the production.

Thanks, Don and Ron. This seemed like a pretty chaotic lecture but I already have some experience with the Arduino so I was able to fill-in the missing detail.

Iron

@all... ADAfruit has many small interface boards for all sorts of sensors. They have arduino libraries to make them work... Also have many many very good tutorial and sample code.

Iron

Don, Rob et al, thanks for a good presentation.

Iron

Very good speach today, sound bit choppy but got better.

Thank Don

Iron

Thanks Don. Looking forward to tomorrow. 

Gold

Thanks Don and Rob! What is the better coding environment for Arduino (Processing or C/C+ )?

Iron

Don, I am at the ITT in Swartz Creek, MI. Which ITT do you teach at?

Iron

Good intro, perhaps more basic than I thought it might be though.

Iron

?Any sugestions for FPGA arduino shield?

@jog.chandan, Arduino is a microcontroller that runs programs that you write; BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi are Linux computers, using the operating system to run your programs along with other tasks.

Iron

will the course be centered around the Arduino uno?

 

Iron

A low cost source for Arduino is the chinesse web called DealerXtreme or DXtreme, poor documentation, but very low buffget cost.

Iron

Not to be critical but all the noise is going to make it hard to see real information/questions.  Think we can keep that to a minimum?

Iron

Thanks for the intro!

Iron

Looking forward to more details in the coming days and hope the audio issues are resolved as well.

Iron

Thanks Don and Rob

Iron

Thanks Don, Digi-key, Rob, Et.Tal.

Iron

Thanks for sharing your time with us, Don.

Iron

That was the appetiser...  ready for the meat & potatoes.

Iron

Do i use arduino for speech processing?

Iron

Can an arduino board act like an bluetooth beacon?

? What other prgramming languages are available?

Iron

??? - What would it take to make the Arduino a serious industrial controller? Is it just hardware ruggedness improvements or would the software have to change as well?

Iron

What would you build with an Arduino?

Robot, Automated telescope, IMU package.

Iron

Many thanks, looking forward for the rest of the classes.

Iron

I agreed with the posts scrolling too fast

 

Iron

can i interface arduino with my android phone?

Interesting presentation.  Thanks.

Iron

Thank you Done and it so excited !!

Thanks Don, Rob & Digikey.

Iron

I see using the Arduino or an Arduino compatible in a CNC application.

Iron

Looking forward to more depth in subsequent lectures... thanks, Don...

Iron

Good introl - thanks Don

Iron

Thanks Don & Rob

Bronze

Don are there hardline networking options or only wireless?

 

Iron

Thank you Don & Rob

Iron

Thanks for the excellent presentation.

Iron

@Don do you have any info to pass on regarding the Arduino PLC?

 

Iron

Thanks Don.  Good start!!

Iron

Any license agreement necessary for commercial products that include the Arduino boot loader?

Iron
Collier Cline: Do you have a link to the germ mfgr of the arduine/lego kit?
Iron

Thanks Don and Rob.

Iron

This will be very interesting for me to give to my Fiurst team students.

Thanks Don...  See you tomorrow!

Iron

Is Arduino suitable for Industrial automation? I mean for purposes whose you need more flexibility to develop using C or Assembly?

Iron

Posts are scrolling by too quickly to read - can you not sort to oldest on top, so the display is stable?

 

Iron

I will do it with the game

What is a good book to start with - directed toward highschool kids?

Iron

Is thre USB driver for PC to work with the Arduino board?

Iron

don's? never heard of arduino until today. have no project that don't all ready have a micro for.

industrial projects, it is a micro, so anything a micro can do, i am sure arduino can do.

Biomimicry? sure, why not.

 

Is there an emulator for the Processing Language so you can test out code without connecting to the actual Arduino controller?  I'm thinking of an easy way to get started without actually building hardware - only a concept in software.  Thoughts?

Iron

Someone asked about ADC resolution.  It is: The arduinos analog inputs have a 10-bit resolution. 2^10 (converting to decimal system) = 1024

 

Q2. LED driver.

Q3. Very low end CNC.

 

 

Iron

Board powered from USB when is linked to it, for autonomous use you should put a DC power supply.

 

Iron

thanks Don and Rob

Iron

M. Banzi; for his Art Students... which I think is very ironic!

Iron

For industrial automation, one might use Arduino for process control in house. It's a rapid development platform and proof-of-concept platform.  For security reasons, and for Intellectual Property considerations, you might not want to use it for commercial products without considering this.

Platinum

I read of an example of using Arduino to enhance the HMI of a washing machine.

Iron

The Arduino was designed by an instructor, Massimo Banzi 

Iron

?Could you post a link to DigiKey's Arduino products?

Iron

concert lighting

Massimo Banzi and art / artists

moving lights

 

Iron

Good introduction.

Iron

Thanks Don, hopefully as you promised tomorrow we can get a bit more into subtance. Thanks again,

Don, nice introduction except for audio that kept breaking up

Iron

are there any examples out there for writing to the flash mem on the arduino chip

I would first do a wireless remote temp sensor, for example how hot does my attic get on a sunny day?

you can use the arduino for biomimicry.

Iron

thanks for the class, see you tomorrow.

Iron

I've used Nano & Uno quite a bit.  The Nano is great for small spaces

Iron

I would like to implement home automation with arduino/MCUs.

Iron

control stepper motors

Massimo Benzi created Arduino.

Iron

Ardunio can be used for biomimicry applications.

Iron

M Benzi created the Arduino

Sure, it has analog inputs and digital output including PWM, so it can do analog output as well.  Can do biomimicry.

how would you compare arduino to a raspberrypi?

 

Is this just for making prototype or can it be a real product, like a tablet?

Iron

I have already played with a few items uding servos.

Iron

A BeagleBone Black is only a bit more and has 1 GHz processor with 512M memory. Way more capabilities.

@Moderato and Don: I really like this style of Q/A proposed here. It is a lot more effective for both the speaker and the participants.

Iron

Thanks Don!

There were some questions on other development environments.

For mixing assembly / C / C+ there is version of visual studio available for free from atmel web site.

Iron

My application is for FIRST robotics. I can see where this would give the students a lot of possibilities to do their own thing. 

What would you build with an Arduino?

I would build a control system.

You should think in Arduino as a Tiny PLC.

Iron

can we power up the board with USB?

Iron

I already use Arduino for Robotics, hoping the class can discuss higher end applications (such as vision recognition)

Iron

Is the microcontroller interrupt driven?

Iron

Never thought about combining Mindstorms with Arduino.  Thank you.

Iron

Does anyone make unpopulated thruhole board that would be good for a beginning electronics course for students - soldering, components, programming for beginners,

 

?
I saw Arduino boards with ARM cpu. Is the ATMEGA the default?

Iron

Is there ANY way to write multi-thread sketches?

Gold

M Benzi created the Arduino

Iron

Driver control for mechanical simulators to test our product.

Iron

Q4 Yes you can do bio mimicry

 

Iron

1. Massimo Benzi

2. Test fixture

Iron

Banzi, developed the platform

Iron

My first project was a signalling device - minimizing power consumption by using PWM

Iron

I would like to use to create a web application that will use web base data to work with

Iron

QUESTIONS:

1. Art school tool.

2. LED driver.

3. Very low end CNC.

4. Biomimicry - yes.

 

 

Iron

Thanks, Don.

A1: an Italian inventor Massimo Benzi.

Iron

Arduino has origins rom an Italian gentleman.

Iron

Temp range must be expended for most industruial applications

Iron

Use arduino for sensor applications.

Iron

@luizcosta, TeraTerm or PuTTY are good serial terminal programs.

Iron

I think it will make a "one off " test bed for cycling electronics, burn in, or test.

Iron

I would like to build robots and teach my son about it

Iron

Machine control is always a good candidate for MCU

Iron

@fred45 Download the IDE from http://arduino.cc

I want to make a temperature and humidity sensing system for my house

Q2. robot/control project

Iron

it's amazing how much joy can be derrived from a blinking light . . .  The first sign of success!

Massimo Banzi created the Arduino for his art students.

Iron

IoT AS AN APPLICATION

Iron

Massimo Benzi creater of Arduino

Iron

how does one do hardware interrups?

Iron

The Arduino was created in intaly for art students and art professionals

 
   Process looks like c+ but with the bit objet defined, is compiled and boted in machine code in memory of Arduino and run in him CPU.
 
Iron

I would like to build a toy with Adruino

Iron

A to B phase detection circuit.

Iron
How much RAM and program space do you have on the mega328.

I want to learn about Arduino because a german toy manufacturer has made a robotics kit with it that will interface with Legos.  You can program the robot from a cell phone app or directly using C+ .  I plan on teaching my daughter about robotics and automation with it!

 

Massimo founder

to make sketches

 

Iron

Again, it was a great lecture ;-)

Gold

We use ours for our high school robotics programmer training.  It worked very well, easy to learn.

 

Can an Intel Galileo board run off of the Arduino sketches?

Iron

An art teacher and engineer

 

Iron

Q1: Low cost education tools for schools.

Iron

Massimo created Arduino as a tool for his art students

What resolution on the ADC channels (how many bits)

Some one from Italy

Iron

Part of an Art School project using an Atmel mCU

Iron

Italian art school teacher for his students

What other programming languages available with it?

Iron

I want to use Arduino with sensors and motor controllers

Iron

can we use energy harvesting in Arduino....for example through USB???

Iron

Massimo Banzi created the Arduino for his art students.

Iron

An Italian designer/engineer.

Forgot the name bu tthe purpose was for enabling art students

Iron

Massimo to bring MCU to artists

Iron

I'll echo that Hellmut.

 

"Sorry, am I listening to a webinar for the engineering community?"

Iron

what are the basic componets we need to get started?  How much it costs?

Iron

@Don: What is the name of the serial port terminal program to get input/output information and debugging?

Iron

yes with usb power

Iron

What is the current handling limit for the 5V and 3.3 volt sources for external accessories?

 

Iron

???@Don. Is the IDE from Atmel to be used with arduino or which?

Iron

Yes you can power the Arduino through the USB port....

Iron

@Curtis, Yes you can power through USB.

Iron

yes you can power the board thru the USB

Gold

This is not for me, bye!

@Curtis - can power with USB or external power supply.

Iron

They can be set up for any repetitive task, including stimulus and data logging.

•Hi Don, why do they call it sketches and not C programs ...how do they differ?

Don, you say that you use Multisim to create your projects in your books. Isn't that overkill for a DIY project? Is there a low cost alternative to Multisim whis is very expensive if you are not a college student.

Gold

@etariac1 this mini board is really nice if you want to dedicate to a project for cheap: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003YVL34O?ie=UTF8&camp=213733&creative=393177&creativeASIN=B003YVL34O&linkCode=shr&tag=johspro-20&qid=1402338712&sr=8-4&keywords=arduino+nano

What other programming environments are available in addition to the standard C-like provided?

Iron

What is the sample rate for the ADC channels?

Iron

Biomimicry applications, Yes

Iron

Processing has a debugger built in.

how this aurdino board differs from Avr development kit?

Iron

What software development environment are you recommending?

Iron

Sorry, am I listening to a webinar for the engineering community? This sounds like something oriented towards hobbyiest!

? Can we power up through USB?

Iron

@all re ADC, thanks!

Iron

Completely new to tinkering with electronics...  I have trouble envisioning projects that are worth getting a new board and whatever electronics attachments they would take.  I imagine that this is because I'm just not aware of what is possible with Arduino though...

Iron

bty, 10-bit gives a count of 0-1023 for 0-5VDC

Iron

Is the "Processing Language" interpreted or compiled?  Is there a debugger built in?

Iron

@etariac1 here is one source: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006H06TVG?ie=UTF8&camp=213733&creative=393177&creativeASIN=B006H06TVG&linkCode=shr&tag=johspro-20&qid=1402338614&sr=8-4&keywords=arduino

 
 
 threre isn`t the concept of bus, only pin than make digital or analogig work, some pins can be programmed for serial protocols like I2C
 
Iron

I/O pins in Uno and Mega2560 are 5V.

Iron

jonf: ADC Resolution is 10 bits.

Iron

Are there extended environment versions of the Ardunino design sufficiently close in pinout to prototype in environmentally exposed applications?

can i send comands from a cell phone to this Arduino - - to tell it to do something?

 

much of this a small microcontroller can do.. To use the power, Ardunino can stream NETFLICKs, HULU, with 1080p video out. Awesome!

 

Iron

The main thing that might keep Arduino out of production is the cost. However, I find that sometimes products sell better if they are advertised as "Arduino compatible." Kinda like an open invitation to the maker/hacker community

Iron

I/O can be 3.3 or 5v depending on power config.

resolution is 10 bit

Iron

jonf its a ten bit adc

 

6 Channel A/D?  Can this be expanded?

Iron

@jonf, 10-bit resolution for the adc

Iron

I would say yes.

Iron

10 bit recolution of adc

Iron

Arduino data:

http://arduino.cc/en/Main/arduinoBoardUno

 

?Any sugestions for FPGA shield?

?Does anyone have expiriance with some FPGA shields for Arduino?

May I know hiow many bits on the ADC?

Iron

Any known Arduino to GPIB projects?

Iron

Yes you can use Arduino in Biomimicry applications......

Iron

curtis they are 5v

 

Arduino as a real PLC simalator/prototpyper

Iron

resolution of ADC?

Iron

Is it possible to use the Arduino in a Biomimicry application? - Don't see why not (not sure if double post)

Iron

?The I/O pins ate 3.3 or 5V?

Iron

I'll probably make a simple robot.  Many other microcontroller vendors are coming out with arduino compatible pinouts on their development boards.  I'll probably make something with one of those, too.

@tamert No, it can be used for production as well. Although not really common, there are some commercial 3D printers being sold that run with Arduino

the third question: it is possilbe i think.

Iron

Simple biomimicry is possible with an Arduino.

Iron

I've used one in a test fixture/controller for a high power GPIO module.

 

NOW we are on slide 10.  Don't see a slide 11.

Iron

Yes it is possible to use the Arduino in a Biomimicry applidation.  Depends on the imagination of the developer.

Iron

May I know where I can buy the Arduino UNO board?

Iron

no 11, its only 10 slides

 

Iron

No slide 11 here

 

Iron

Pool chem /ph monitor

Iron

it would depend on the type of sensors available

Iron

I would like to make a simple G-Code interpreter to controll Stepper remotely

Iron

What is the bus width of an Arduino processor/shield?

Iron

Could Arduino only used for prototyping?

Iron

@Don: Will we get some tutorial steps to do ourselves in our computers? In that case I would have to use the Teensy+ board I have with the Arduino IDE if the I/Os are similar.

Iron
 managing BT, WIFI and EtherNet is so east that manage files with open, put, get style functions if have the necessary libraries that hidden then work at low level.
Iron

i have a functional sim using the arduino micro right in front of me. i use ModCom from weeder Technologies as the HMI.

Iron

Another question from Don:

Is it possible to use the Arduino in a Biomimicry application? 

Blogger

I'm thinking about it. I like the arduino wave. 

Iron

Sorry I am late. Hello everyone!

Iron

the second question:

education toolkits for kids or adults

Iron

What type of Industrial Applications can the Arduino be used in? Depends on the designer's imagination and the problem.

Iron

Arduino can be used to actuate anything if the proper power supply design is used and buffering the output.

Iron

Specialized CNC.

Iron

I'm working with an engineer who uses Arm based boards for final implementations, but uses Arduinos to prototype because it's so easy.  Arduino (at least the boards that they make) don't seem to be industrial quality

 

Iron

arduino architecture

Iron

I have been using Arduinos for one-off test fixtures.

Iron

Remote sensor node

Iron
Arduino can be used in any bssic logic control.
Iron

Industrial: Sensors/controls   ??

Iron

r u covering aurdino based copter?

Iron

@SalvadorRomo - Arduino with BTLE can be very easy. Check out Adafruit BlueFruit EZ-Link

http://www.adafruit.com/product/1588

Iron

arduino is used here for concept development and quickly building functional system simulators.

Iron
@SalvadorRomo, very easy if you have a Arduino YUN and a BLE usb dongle. I've done it to create "beacons"
 

I've built security devices with arduino

Iron

I've used an Arduino Mega2560 to connect four tension sensors to our intranet for data logging.

Iron

I would use arduino to build a semi-active suspension

Iron

IGFETs are ideal to for logic level in, and Very high currents out for switching

 

Iron

I would use Arduino to build indistrial tet jigs for electronics manufacturing

machine and process control

 

Iron

We's now on slide 10.

Blogger

@Don Home automation, driving relays on light switches, outlets, etc, using ATTiny & BLE, controlled with a lightweight phone app

No.  Audio has cleared up nicely

Iron

How to use arduino for commercial products ?

Iron

have already built a mouse controller using a wii nunchuck. roll/pitch for xy, left,middle,right button and scroll wheel.

Iron

I'd like to build a custom LED lighting controller

Iron

making robots and electronic applications

Iron

Another question from Don:

What type of Industrial Applications can the Arduino be used in? 

Blogger

LED digital display/timer

I may build an indicator system for commuter bcycles.
Iron

What would you build with an Arduino? - what haven't I built with an arduino? All manner of interactive product prototypes.

Iron

@78RPM, correct, but people call them Arduino anyway. The actual products are not labeled as Arduino, but often say Arduino compatible as I mentioned.

Anyone else experiencing this looping audio?

 

Iron

Looking to control a pump....

Iron

A pong game using GE35 LED.

Iron

Thanks! I'll look into those power switching methods.

Iron

I would like to build a gate-open alarm served by Zigbee radios.

Platinum

How easy is to use Arduino with BLE (bluetooth 4.0)?

 

We're now on slide 9.

Blogger

@Siliconhost, It is a violation of the Open Source license to call a clone by the name of Arduino or even "Arduino compatible."  "Compatible with Arduino" is okay.

Platinum

Don's question:

What would you build with an Arduino? 

Blogger

@JerryBocciJr

It's an interesting video.

Iron

What are the limitions of developing commercial products / application if we use modified opensouce code?

If we are having audio problems and listen to archived audio, can still qualify for ieee hours?

Iron

@paulzad

Your should use power etapes, from singles relay, to scr, triac and actually IGB and Power-FET.

 

Iron

@paulzad - power MOSFETs are a really simple way to switch higher-current loads

http://bildr.org/2012/03/rfp30n06le-arduino/

Iron

@paulzad my hackerspace has an arduino controlling a glass kiln.  I believe it's 20A (might be higher)

you can just use a simple solid state relay. 

@Curtis, it's the entire board. The MCU is an Atmel MCU.

Platinum

paulzad, try using a relay.

@paulzad, do you mean like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3fWFqjVF2w

paulzad - there's relay shields you can add for higher current applications

Iron

I'd like to see a project that uses the Arduino to switch and control larger amperage devices. I always see projects to control small stuff. I want to control a fan that is drawing 8 amps or so.

 

Iron

Maybe the vacuum tubes are warming up :-) , because the audio is getting better!

Iron

@Curtis, it's really just the core microprocessor code.  You can get all kinds of clone boards that are also called "Arduino" or "Arduino compatible".  You can even put Arduino code on a AtTiny85 chip and have a self contained project for about $5

 

We're now on slide 8.

Blogger

@Curtis - Arduino is the entire board/system. The micro is usually one of the Atmel ATmega MCUs.

Iron

I lost audio too, refreshing browser

 

anyone in Alberta can get arduino stuff at solarbotics.com in Calgary

Iron

@Curtis

You'll find that the Arduino name is used for either the hardware (board) and the entire environment (IDE, etc.)

Iron

We're now on alide 7.

 

Blogger

 If you lose audio, try refreshing your browser.

Blogger

Another great source for cheep Arduino stuff: HobbieKing.com

Iron

? Is arduino just the micro or the entire board?

Iron

Could be very usefull if you show us differencces between olther platforns like intel galileo, beagle board, netduino and so on.

Iron

Another great site for Arduino kits and parts at low price: http://yourduino.com/

There are lots of compatible products out there too

Iron

My MS Office isn't working so I can't see any slides

http://www.instructables.com/member/siliconghost/

 

Don,  

What do you see as the largest potential usage of Arduino that is currently not being explored at this present time?  

Iron

Here's another:

www.microcenter.com  has good Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone, etc. and accessories.

Iron

Lost audio completely

 

Iron

Marlin P. Jones & Associates, www.mpja.com has tons of Arduino boards and shields.

@opharry, no we need not.

Iron

Don't forget the sponsor, Digi-Key, which also has some of the best prices for the Uno.

Iron

slide 6, don't forget digikey

(audio still garbles but understandable)

Audio i not good.

 

Iron

Will we need to purchase an additional text or the Arduino board for this class?

Iron

who has the neopixel leds?

Iron

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/ is good resource as well

@luizcosta, yes, lots of differences, but the key is that they are based on the same Arduino platform.  Some may have less memory, less I/O, etc. but you may be able to use the exact same code depending on what you are building.

Audio sounds like VOIP jitter to me

We're now on slide 6.

Blogger
Hi from Brisbane, AU!
Iron

As with any technology, it always senses your urgency and will flake when most needed, even tho sketchy audio, we just need to deal with it

 

Iron

Audio is cutting out at the peak volume levels, seems like some sort of gain limitter cutting in

is there a git or svn repository that you are aware of that pools together all the hardware revisions for the mega2560 and or uno designs?  I find it next to impossible to find any hardware documentation other than the absolute latest version?

 

Iron

@Don: Is there any difference between Arduito and teensy/teensy+ boards?

Iron

We're now on slide 5.

Blogger

How about telling us the slide number rather than just, "Next slide."

Iron

Ony minor break-up. It is still understandable.

Iron

We're now on slide 3.

Blogger

Audio bad no side deck

Iron

Every time I Post a comment my comments stop updating until I refresh the screen. Very annoying!

Iron

Audio is breaking a bit.

Clipping of the audio due to mismatch of the interface at Don's end. My .02

Iron

bad audio quality

 

Iron

Sound still poor and broken.

Iron

audio is still choppy

Iron

Louisville, ms

 

Iron

audio is good enough.  yes choppy, but I'm not missing any words.

Iron

We can use Processing on Arduino?

Iron

WHat slide are we on?? Audio is VERy distracting

till audio is very poor and breaking

Iron

Very choppy again

Iron

Audio still choppy, probably bad cable on Mic

Iron

No sound at all.  Unclear what was supposed to happen.

 

Iron

sound still choppy!

Iron

audio not good

 

Iron

the sound is no more echo but still poor

sound still bad and is breaking

Iron

Unfortunately, still breaking up the stream.

Iron

Sounds like audio is saturating, overdriven.

Iron

Audio understandable but very choppy...

Iron

Better!  Thx!

Iron

The audio is better, but still very poor.

 

Iron

The sound is still somewht chopped off in DOn's presemnttion.

Still somewhat choppy

Iron

Need to spend more than $5 on microphone!

Iron

"echo seems to be gone, but breakups are still happening" - same here.

Iron

audio is still breaking up

 

Iron

still breaking up

Iron

Also, he has something using his Internet Connection.  Ask him to close all of this other apps that are using teh Internet Conenction

Iron

audio still breaking up even after adjusting

 

Iron

no more echo but still breaking up

Iron

Thanks for cleaning up the audio...

Iron

still breaking up but echo is gone

 

Iron

its better bit

 

Iron

Better, no echoing, but still choppy.

 

Iron

Hello from Pittsburg, KS

 

Iron

echo seems to be gone, but breakups are still happening

Gold

the audio is breaking

 

Iron
TMAZUR:  Audio only starts at the top of the hour.
Iron

...and Don - please move the microphone closer!!

Iron

restart the presentation

also feedback on your system

Iron

no good sound!

 

Iron

I'm hearing echos.

Iron

processing is a great language, I used it when i was a comp sci instructor

Audio drops out and is delayed

 

Iron

can you turn off the audio echo? whoever it is?

Iron

unclear audio + Echo

Iron

very bad audio on both chrome and firefox

 

Iron

Horrible garbled choppy dropouts echos . . . .

Boston MA

Iron

audio is very bad

 

also, there is reverb

Iron

Don - can you turn up the volume?

Iron

? It's obvious Don is not using a head-set and his speakers are turned on !

 

Iron

There is a lot of reverbation (delayed echo).

Iron

audio bad here too

 

Iron

There's also a delay side echo

Terrible audio... either.

Iron

The audio is also echoing as well as being very broken.

Iron

is there no feedback to the presenter. What a waste

 

Wow audio is so poor, way to low and shoppy, and there is echo in the background

Please do something!

Iron

Does this work in Chrome?

Gold

Oh - in addition to poor audio there is also an evil echo...

Iron

Really choppy audio.  I hope the recording is better

 

 

Iron

echoing and breaking in audio

Iron

Don's audio is low, breaking up, and full of echo.

Iron

Hi from Harrisburg PA

Iron

The audio is very bad.

Iron

don's audio has a 2nd echo about 1/2 second later; is it on his end???

 

Gold

There is alot echoing and the audio is choppy

garbled low audio

 

Iron

really aweful echo

 

Iron

i have very low audio quality

Audio sounds overdriven

 

audio has a lot of noise ...

Yes audio is very choppy

Iron

Audio is very bad.

Gold

Don's audio is very poor compared to Ron's

Iron

Very poor audio quality

 

Iron

Rob - you are very clear but Don is a little broken up and low volume

 

Iron

The audio, since Don came on, is terrible.

Iron

Audio is very choppy with Don, was fine for the intro.

 

Iron

Audio is very weak and poor

Iron

depends on which arduino jdif

 

Iron

Audio is _very_ choppy here.

Iron

Don's audio is very low and garbled. Intro was fine.

Iron

Anyone noticing a choppy audio?

Iron

it is very poor the audio

 

Iron

Can barely hear Don.

The audio is poor

Iron

audio is breaking up

Iron

Don's audio is terrible. Anyone else experiencing this?

Iron

Don's audio is very garbled, impossible to understand

The audio has a lot of noise.

 

Don has scratchy and week audio

Iron

Don's audio is horrible.

Iron

Hello from Ireland

 

Iron

Very garbled on my end

Iron

We're now on slide 1.

Blogger

Can anyone hear the audio?

Iron

tip: if you've got noscript addon, must change it to allow live audio

 

Gold

? Is the Arduino xtal 16MHz or 20MHz? Slide 10 shows a 20MHz clock.

Iron

Hello from Atlanta GA.

 

Iron

Hello from Silicon Valley

Iron

Dinesh from Bangalore, India.

Good afternoon from Denver. Now I can hear the audio (Couldn't when logged in 6 minutes before the start time) <using Chrome browser>

 

Iron

greetings from Chicago!

 

Iron

Good evening from Greece.

Iron

Hello from Turkey

Iron

Hello everyone from HB-D

Iron

Good beer for everyone !

Iron

Hi From Toronto

 

Iron

Hello from Dayton OH

Iron

Hello from Phoenix

 

Iron

Hello From upstate western NY.

Iron
Thank for the remind of  Rob Spiegel
 I almost forgot it lol 

Good afternoon from Atlanta

Iron

Audio just started...

Iron

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Hello from Philadelphia

Iron

Another hello from MN.

Iron

Hello from Altamira México

Iron

Good afternoon, from MD

Iron

Hello from San Jose, CA.

Iron

Howdy from Austin, TX.

Hello from Greensboro, NC

Iron

Thanks Zwilrich. Wating for the audio.

Iron

Hello from Silver Spring, MD.

Gold

Hello from Minnesota

Iron

Good day, all...

Iron

Hello from Birmingham

 

Iron

Audio will start at the top of the hour (approximately 2 minutes).

Iron

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

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Blogger

Hello from Ottawa, Canada. Can anyone hear the audio yet?

 

Iron

Greetings from Barry County Michigan.

Iron

Hi all and good week.

Iron

Hello from Albuquerque.

Iron

I would've liked to try the audio before go time.  My fingers are crossed.

Howdy from Tomball, TEXAS!

Iron

Hello from Hudson's Hope BC

Iron

Are we about to start?

Iron

Hello from Salt Lake City

Iron

Hello All...  :-)

Iron

@mcurry, just the one reminder today.

Iron

danlafleur:  thanks for the tip!

Gold

Hello from York, Pa.

?Is anyone else getting an inbox full of reminders for this session?  I've received 7 so far.

Iron

Good to see so many interested.

 

Iron

Signed in from Canton, Ohio

Bronze

Good Morning from sunny Valdez

Hello from vancouver,bc canada

Iron

Hi you all from Geogia

 

Iron

Hello from Nashville TN

Iron

Hello from Oklahoma City

Iron

@Rauf_Dunam, you should try the lots-of-lights shield for blinking lights. it's an LED graphical display and I used it for a digital clock with movving graphics.

Iron

Hello from Montréal, Québec

Iron

Hello from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Iron

Hello, from Dallas. I've downloaded the slides and I'm ready to go...

Iron

Hello from SE Michigan!

Iron

Hello from Cincinnati

Iron

Hello from Sangmeshwar

Iron

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Hello from SW Michigan

Iron

hello all from Edmonton, Alberta. Still waiting for summer.

Iron

Hello from California!

Iron

Hello from Southeastern Indiana

 

Iron

Greetings from Raleigh NC

Iron

Hello from sunny Florida

racso14

Iron

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Merlin, OR how far ar you from Tracktown USA?

Iron

WJB: You're good. When the program starts, if you con't hear audio, refresh your browser.

Blogger

Greetings from Merlin, OR

Hello from Arkansas

Iron

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Hello from Greece

Iron

I have downloaded the slides.  Are there any other steps needed in order to hear the audio or see the webex?

 

Iron

Hello from Rochester,NY

Iron

Hello from sunny and cool Delavan, WI.

Iron

Hello everyone from rainy CT

Iron

Hello from sunny Millington, Michigan.

Iron

Hello from Flushing MI

 

Iron

Good afternoon from McMurray Pennsyvania

Iron

Hello from Cincinnati

Iron

Hello from Motnreal, QC

Iron

I've made LEDs blink 83 ways from sunday with my arduino setup --- lets learn more, like interfacing it with strain gages or or "non-play" sensors.

Gold

Hi everybody from  Santa Clara, California.

Iron

How is everyone doing. I hope everyone had a very good weekend.

Iron

Hello from a very wet Long Island, NY

Iron

Hello from Summerville, SC.

Iron

Hi from Qc City, Can.

Iron

The educational resources in the column to the right of this chat area are pretty interesting.

Platinum

Hi from the land of high rise structural engineering, New York.

Gold

Hello from sunny Montana

Platinum

Hello from Ontario Canada.

Iron

Hello from Longmont, CO, USA

Iron

Hello from rain-soaked New Jersey

Hello from Colorado Springs, CO, USA !

 

Iron

Good Morning All

Iron

Hello from Thornville, Ohio

Iron

Hi from Cambridge, MA

Iron

Howdy folks!    :)

Good afternoon from balmy Bowmanville, Ontario (Canada, just east of Toronto

Iron

Good Afternoon from Sao Paulo, Brazil

Iron

Good afternoon from Valladolid in the middle of Spain.

Iron

greetings from slc ut.

Greetings from Scottsdale, AZ

Iron

got my arduino ready!

Iron

Hi from sunny and 80F hot Germany

Looking forward to a good week . . .

Iron

Good afternoon from Florida

Hi all.  A beautiful 70 degF and partly cloudly day today in Minneapolis.

Iron

Seems I have flash player problems here

Iron

Hello from Porto Alegre, Brazil

 

Iron

Slide show downloaded.  Ready to get my geek on.

Iron

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Blogger

Hello all from Porto ! 

 

Iron

Hello from Binghamton, NY

Iron

Hello from santa barbara california

Iron

Hi from Panama City, FL.

Iron

hello from California

Iron

Thanks for offering this class!

Iron

greetings from Detroit, Michigan

Hi there from guadalajara!

Hello from East Mich.

Iron

Hello from Chicago

Iron

Good day, every one. Greeting from Thailand. :)

 

Iron

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Good morning from MI

Iron

Good morning from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Sides Good  Thank You

Iron

This is going to be a great class. Very hot topic.

Blogger

Let us get more technical information about the subject....Thanks

Iron

I'm anxious for Don to get going on this presentation.

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