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All year long we’ve been building up a repository of beginner-friendly electronics projects over at Weekend Projects, exploring everything from battery-less and battery-powered transmission to making our own bass guitar and a powered amp to hear it on. Hot/Cold LEDs joins our Arduino-based projects, which have also included a touchless 3D interface made from everyday materials and a homemade data logger, among other exciting projects.
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Well done! Very clear explanation.
where is the data for system…the syntax..? LINK?
I was wondering where the file is at?
[…] comes from: https://makezine.com/2012/12/13/sensing-hot-and-cold-with-weekend-projects/ // define pins int SensorPin=7; int ALedPin=5; int ALedPin2=4; int BLedPin=6; int distance; […]
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