[Sticky] Introduce Yourself
@anibalThanks a million. I appreciate the opportunity to be a member of this family. Thanks a lot and yes, you can call me Friend AbdulHakeem
Hi everyone. i am a medical professional and love tinkering with electronics, however am new to microprocessors and coding. i have been tinkering with arduino for some time making basic arduino projects. came across dronebotworkshop and it seems to be the right place to learn and find guidance for my projects.
Hello All ...
I am from Canada so its to cold to play outside Arduinos and Raspberry Pi's are my passion.. Starting a new project on making a Safe and reliable LED controller for my stairs .. looking at 12 Vs and have a 3D printer handy .. have lots of RGB lights which I have installed into metal extrusions .. have several Arduinos of different sizes.. looking at 14 steps ..
I love the content here at Dronebot Workshop..
Thank you Bill for all that you do.
Hello gang! I am a retired mechanical engineer that likes to spend time tinkering in my small shop. I have competent machine and welding capabilities from which I have built numerous items for use by myself and others from my 3D CAD system. Got a question on how to machine or fabricate something - don't hesitate to ask. I have played around with Parallax stamps and last year bought a RPi-3 B+ that was used to run a touchscreen light control system in my homemade snowcat senior design project. Google "snowzer track vehicle" if you wish to see it. I now want to add a custom speedometer to it which would consist of some large 2.5" tall 7-segment numbers backlit by leds. Upon seeing the new Pico ads I thought this new gizmo would be perfect for powering the leds. I bought several and am now in the process of writing the code. I look forward to learning more about the RPi and Pico boards on this forum. Stay healthy!
"If you can't be handsome, you may as well be handy" R.G.
My name is Olivier, I'm 54. I’m an engineer in material sciences from France.
Hobbies: Mechanics, CNC, 3D printers, electronic , Microcontrollers and programming....
I'm really happy to join this Forum.
A.E.: “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”
Welcome to the DroneBot Workshop. I’m a retired archeological technician with a strong interest in material science. Specifically for the purpose of material identification as well as applications in forensics as it relates to wildlife conservation. The materials I specialize in are ivory, bone, horn and related materials. The DroneBot Workshop is particularly good to network with like minded people and I hope I can take advantage of your expertise as like yourself, I’m in the throes of designing electronics useful and specifically designed for the purposes I mentioned above. In addition hair (horn) is a prime target. I will flag your user name so when I have a question I easily find you among this sea of DroneBot DIY people.
Again, welcome to this wonderful place.
Hello everyone. I'm Roy from British Columbia, Canada. I am retired and so have the time to tinker and learn things electronic. At this time Arduino and such is my goal to learn, so I'm a newbie. I'll need lots of help and advice which I'm sure this forum will provide. Thank you.
Recently came across this site via YouTube and liked what I saw, so subscribed and joined the Forums. I'm a Marine Engineer by profession and dabble in electronics. Currently I'm building a Racing Sim and looking to mod my G29 wheel and pedal setup using Arduino.
I hope this finds you all well!
I have enjoyed programming PICs on and off for a number of years, and recently started to play with Arduinos.
I tend to still lean towards the small form-factor one finds in a single DIP package, and when I saw the DroneBotWorkshop's excellent videos on the Seeeduino XIAO I became especially interested.
I would also like to investigate the compatibility of the Arduino IDE- with the Attiny 85/84 devices, and would also like to investigate all possible libraries for those devices.
Love the toys! :-]
I'm new to the group but I guess I've been lurking for a while on youtube.
I'm interested (and a total newbie) in IoT, robotics, and currently pulling my hair out trying to get my ESP32 cam to get past the "timed out waiting for packet header"
The workshop of Bill with his great videos gave me a lot of information and inspiration for Arduino based projects for my own workshop, which is full with model trains. So thank you Bill for your immense work!
My first Arduino based project was a "shift table" (how is it called in english?) to store locomotives in the yard.
I am David from Calgary ,AB. I retired last year, I enjoy programming in python and photography among other things. I have enjoyed Bill's video's and I am looking forward to using the tools that he presents on this YouTube Channel.
My name is Bart and I live in Graft, Netherlands. I retired from an IT function in aviation and enjoy building and making things. I was a physics teacher 40 years ago when I began using a ZX Spectrum with an (8255) interface to conduct physics experiments. Nowadays I play around with Arduino, ESP32, Raspberry Pi and Pico, mostly for fun and because it is really impressive what 40 years Moore's law has brought us.
I really enjoy Bill's thorough and well presented 'workshops'.
Hello I am Harold and a new user. I came here for information on a rotary encoder I will try to post my question in the relevant forum. I am in Houston Texas and retired.