electronics

May 7, 2018

Welcome to the third instalment of  the Arduino Series, where I will show you how to implement various concepts of Control Theory in order to control different aspects of a motor device.

Note: This task requires some basic PID knowledge (You can read more about this in the previous Arduino blog)

In this one, I will show you how to control a motor so that it will be able to reach and more importantly maintain a desired...

January 31, 2018

Price when reviewed: £329

When one thinks of noise-cancelling, wireless headphones Bowers & Wilkins are not the brand that comes to mind. This is the legendary hi-fi speaker producer's first foray into a market currently dominated by Bose and Sony. However, this is no reason to discount their efforts as these headphones are nearly perfect. If you are looking for brilliant sounding headphones will noise cancelling thrown in look...

May 9, 2017

Now as I have promised regarding my previous blog about the HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor( by the way, if you want to check that out, click here) , I will now be giving you an insight into an ongoing project of mine that I have been working on for around 5-6 months. I have coined the name of 'SonicScape' for this project.

The aim of the project is actually pretty simple : to design a wearable device in the form of convenient glasse...

March 1, 2017

In this chapter of the Arduino series, I will be deviating away from PID for a moment and focusing on reviews for a project that I am building right now. The main project is the create a binaural hearing device for blind navigation using two HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensors as range finders in order to create a spatial audio feel for the user so that they can judge distances from obstacles and orientation in the environment. You wil...

February 24, 2017

A great gaming mouse, it is a little heavy but very versatile and sturdy. It also has a couple of interesting features like the removable weights.

February 12, 2017

This popular keyboard comes from the well-know brand Razer. What makes this keyboard so popular? I will be reviewing the BlackWidow Chroma to enable you to decide if it is right for you.

Design

The overall design is minimalistic and futuristic. This minimal design means any RGB colour that it can produce does not clash with the overall design. Beneath the keys lies a white backboard giving a strong backlight glow as well as the...

February 1, 2017

Now that we have the basic coding knowledge from our previous blog on how to use Google's basic speech API, we can now do something cool with it: which is toggling a basic LED with your voice! If you haven't checked out the previous blog, be sure you do in order to know about what's going on. You can check it out by clicking here

We are going to connect the LED (with a resistor) onto an Arduino board (any) and connect it via...

December 14, 2016

This post is the second installment of my Advanced Arduino Series, where I will be continuing the trend of applying real-life engineering concepts into an Arduino concept. You should check out my previous blog post regarding how to read an optical encoder since we will need that piece of code in order to run the feedback loop for this position control project. 

The aim that I will be hoping to achieve is to show you guys h...

December 11, 2016

The Razer DeathAdder has always been viewed as a reliable and comfortable mouse and is a go-to for many gamers. I will be reviewing the DeathAdder Chroma to enable you to decide if it is right for you.

Design

This is a very good looking mouse. It has a simplistic design with an all-black colour. The only parts with lighting are the mouse wheel and the logo. This minimalism means the mouse looks great with whatever colour you set...

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