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RE: ESP32-CAM USB port not detected by Arduino IDE on Ubuntu Linux

I resolved it. the solution was quite simple, I'll put it here for reference. Basically, I just had to remove support for Braille displays, as state...

3 months ago
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RE: ESP32-CAM USB port not detected by Arduino IDE on Ubuntu Linux

@zander I've looked at the chip, and as far as I can see, it says CH340.

3 months ago
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RE: ESP32-CAM USB port not detected by Arduino IDE on Ubuntu Linux

@zander Yes, I've uploaded both with the button pressed and without pressing it. I don't know how to install that particular driver on Linux.

3 months ago
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RE: Measuring Temperature with Arduino - 5 Sensors

When I look at the article web page accompanying this video, I see some inserted text like the following: <INSERT DHT_UNIFIED_SENSOR SKETCH> ...

3 years ago
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RE: Project Corner

Hi @chumley, timeHigh is set to the return value of the function call to the pulseIn() function. I suggest you look up the documentation for that...

4 years ago
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RE: Buck converters in parallel or serial

Hi Ruplicator, Thanks. That's what I figured and that's also how my robots power distribution is currently laid out. But I'm debugging a low curre...

4 years ago
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RE: Dealing with static electricity

Hi Ruplicator, Thanks for your answer and suggestion about motor noise. I think the mats are related to the issue, since my robot often stopped at...

4 years ago
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RE: Mystery: Arduino pulse count interrupts with FALLING and RISING edge

Good news, everyone! I figured it out myself :-) In my motor controller code I have a section in setup() where I set up my motor pins. It looked like ...

4 years ago
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RE: I2C slave: Does Wire.write() work from the main loop?

Hi @frogandtoad Thanks! I'll have to align my slave code to that, then. I simply wanted to run as much code as possible outside the ISR to keept it sm...

4 years ago
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RE: An introduction to ERIC.

mounted on a piece of A5 acrylic BTW forgot to mention - I quickly settled on A5 for the size of X-ALF's acrylic base plate when planning version 3 of...

5 years ago
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RE: An introduction to ERIC.

Hi Amnada, ERIC sounds like a really great robot project, and quite inspiring! Also, I see a lot of convergence here; many concepts of DB1, ERIC, and ...

5 years ago
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RE: Other Robot Projects

Thanks for your opinion on this. When I brought up this topic I didn't have "real" guns in mind - I see I didn't make this clear. I was thinking abou...

5 years ago
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RE: Other Robot Projects

So... Guns on robots... Robots with guns... Sooner or later someone is going to attach some sort of shooting device on a robot and post about it here ...

5 years ago
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