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Creating games in VR shouldn't be a headache. Especially a collect-a-thon!
Theremino is an open source system that easily connect computers with real world applications
Simple 'Hello World' LED blink using .NET nanoFramework.
A #Breakyourheart tag for controlling an LED by the potentiometer.
Hello World LEDs blinking using nanoFramework and UWP deploying to a very small IngenuityMicro Electron Board.
This application reads the raw value directly from a load cell for a slot and makes the basic operation of a precision balance.
Three LED, red, green and blue, can generate light of any color.
The application receives the audio signal from the standard Windows 10 audio input, measure the level and send to the slots.
This demonstrates the use of SPI and PWM with nanoFramework.
This project shows how to correctly read the encoders and counters (Theremino).
My kids celebrated New Year's Eve learning to code. Here's a simple and fun way to celebrate the New Year countdown.
This application, similar to notebook car mats (pad), moves the mouse cursor on the screen using the value of two slots.
Theremino Multiplexer is a switch with 8 I/O, that accepts analog and digital signals of any voltage from 0-5 Volts for Theremino Master.
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