Pages: [1]. Read times previous topic - next topic. Help with BNO Accelerometer data! Hello All! I am working on a simple program for a museum exhibition which basically just demonstrates what a IMU does simply.

Basically just using the sample code from the Bunny example by Adafruit. I have the orientation aspect of the program running great. The second part of the application I need is to show acceleration.

The physical cube will be housed suspended on four bungies for participants to knock and rotate around. I just cant get the acceleration data to be sensitive golang crypto. It shows 0 when I view serial monitor and no matter how hard I shake the device I cannot get the value to read anything above 1. Why is that? Can you point me in the right direction so I can make some progress?

I basically just want it to spike the values when its being shook and settle when its sitting. Here is the very basic code that is working for the orientation section. None of the accelerometer things I have tried have worked. They are basically just modified code from the example 2nd gen tacoma interior mods. Code: [Select]. Screen Shot at 2.

Try this: Code: [Select]. Your sketch does not read out the accelerometer, just the orientation angles. I suggest starting with the provided rawdata. If this is all working properly, the acceleration due to gravity should be displayed along any axis that is held vertically with the sensor still. Note: it won't necessarily work properly until "calibration" is 3 for all the sensors.Track My Order. Frequently Asked Questions.

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Well, guess what - there is! Before we get started, there are a few things you should be certain you're familiar with to get the most out of this tutorial:. Check out our Arduino Comparison Guide! We've compiled every Arduino development board we carry, so you can quickly compare them to find the perfect one for your needs. Take me there! Let's start with the Arduino side of things.

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We'll show you the basics of how to set up your Arduino sketch to send information over serial. You should by this point have the Arduino software installed, an Arduino board of some kind, and a cable. Now for some coding! Don't worry, it's quite straightforward. The nice big white space is where we are going to write our code. Click in the white area and type the following or copy and paste if you feel lazy :.

This is called our setup method. It's where we 'set up' our program. Here, we're using it to start serial communication from the Arduino to our computer at a baud rate of This Bunny was made a while ago for a Physical Computing class.

It triggers motion with a PIR sensor located in the nose, and then randomly selects and plays a very loud creepy sound.

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While the sound is playing, the Rabbit's eyes blink and the ears move. The Arduino Uno board controls the system. Although the working principles are very similar, I added some new features, such as a different kind of sensor, servo motors for the ears, portability and sound amplification. I hope someone else will come up with other improvements, such as head rotation, sudden jumping, zombie walk, or Did you use this instructable in your classroom?

Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Unpack the Wave Shield Kit, check whether all the components are there, then solder everything using these step by step instructions. The shield has only one surface mount component - SD card slot, so soldering is not too hard. If you are unfamiliar with the process, here is a great instructable on this topic.

As for the 3" speaker, the Wave Shield wasn't loud enough for me, so I decided to use a Smokey Amp instead it is used as both an amplifier and a speaker.

The Wave Shield is designed to play a very specific type of audio — 22kHz max, bit, mono. WAV files. You have to convert the sounds you wish to play to the format mentioned above. Here is a good explanation of this process. I used iTunes method, because it was the easiest one for me.

After you're done converting, rename your files " WAV", " WAV" etc. Insert the card into the slot on the Wave Shield and connect the shield to the Arduino.Although if they pulled your post it wouldn't surprise me, generally companies don't like it when you under sale them on their turf. Ya, I am unsure if they will pull my post or not, I figured I would post it, If they like it Great if not, I will respect there decision.

I don't see why they would pull the post. The Hak5 team is pritty good like that, there all about the tech and new ways on doing things and this forum is really good for tips and projects.

It's not a replacement for the Bash Bunny it's just a cheap tool that can be disposed of. I do the same thing with the Rubber Ducky. Leave them at friends house and make my life easier.

I see this as being the same utility. If you are working on a similar project, Feel free to fork mine and contribute : Less work I have to do. Yea I wouldnt see a problem with it as we have done the same thing with the rubber ducky on a pi zero.

Only difference is, these devices are built for a specific purpose and excel in performance compared to the pi zero with a similar objective. The only reason i bought a rubbery ducky is because i had a pi zero i used as one and eventually wanted a real one that ran faster.

I'm very interested with the project of tholumI will install this with orangePi because in our country it's the most little raspberry that existing. Keep in mind while the PiBunny is cheaper it doesn't have certain things the Bunny has, e. With warranty comes Hak5 support too. I'll have to check that project out.

Have not heard of it. Been content with the P4wnP1 project. Raspberry pi zero is much cheaper and can be used with wifi to deploy it for more longterm uses. That makes the BashBunny price seem quite ridiculous because how similair they are, is a case, a three point switch and a really small SSD worth that much? Yeah, I've always said it's a bit expensive. But, the Bash Bunny is supposed to work out-of-the-box.

And it does, to a certain extent. Still, it's not really worth RPi's in my eyes. I'm gonna do a you tube video pi zero vs my bunny. HAK 5 is always a good sport on the forum I don't see a problem with the topic. I'll post a link when done the video.What better way to use your programming and electronics skills than to help out your grandkids?

You heard me right, Ken Deakman, a customer of Programming Electronics Academy since latewanted to enhance a stuffed rabbit with some sensors so that it could respond to motion and alert his granddaughter of any monsters under the bed.

I have a 4 year old granddaughter. She is concerned about monsters under the bed. Very funny in a 4 year old sort of way. Still not able to combine barometric pressure reading. Not there quite yet. Mapping out the project on paper versus keeping it in my head would have saved considerable time. Why the heck did you build a Arduino controlled stuffed rabbit? Low — do nothing. HIGH — power the sound source. I have added delays to avoid continuous noise and to suggest randomness. What was your biggest struggle as you worked through this project?

Did the project end up as you expected? So far…except some random power seems to occasionally power the sound. Was the training at Programming Electronics Academy able to help you build your skill?

So far so good. Learned right off I should have mapped out the project. What type of Arduino board, Arduino clone, or Arduino compatible board does your project use?

Arduino Nano What components did you project use? Want to get your Arduino project up and running? You will receive email correspondence about Arduino programming, electronics, and special offers.Pages: [1]. Bunny Feeder. Good evening Gentlemen. For my first Arduino project I would like to make an out doorfeeder for my bunnies. This project will be a box that will have the lid open using 2 servo's. I have looked around and found 2 projects that would work for me if I could somehow combine them into one program.

First off each servo needs to rotate in the opposite direction of the other. Second I need to have a timer and rain sensor for the control for the open and close functions.

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I started with this first program. Code: [Select]. Re: Bunny Feeder. BTW, you must read this. Looks like a fun and practical project. Let's get it right so those bunnies don't go hungry I noticed you have the open and close functions inside of your loop function.

You'll want to move them out, like this; Code: [Select]. The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions. Quote from: dave-in-nj on Jun 27,am. Quote from: PaulS on Jun 27,am. Quote from: AchodG on Jun 27,am. Rain sensor will be high unless it has rain on it. Timer will go high at desired open times and low at close times. You can simplify things a bit If both buttons are high you open the door, otherwise you close it.

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You really don't have to keep checking buttons once you know if both buttons are high or not. Hi Julie, I re-wrote your code so that it's clearer, and it compiles without errors. I can't test it of course, as I have no bunnies. See if this works for you. I'm assuming you have other code that's doing the timing, checking for rain, etc Make sure you check the food level is going down or you may end up with a skinny bunny. No technical PMs. If you are asked a question, please respond with an answer.

If you are asked for more information, please supply it. If you need clarification, ask for help. COhio Guest.Create your own custom-fit Playboy Bunny costume complete with cuffs, custom cufflinks, a collar, bunny ears, and styling tips.

Knowing the basics of sewing is all you need before starting this tutorial for making your own Playboy Bunny Costume. I take you through making a pattern based on your personal body measurements and explain the construction steps to make a costume just for you! Smooth the lines around the apex. Obviously, the points created by pivoting the pattern around the apex are not flattering nor easy to sew.

I used the sharp curve of my Hip Curve ruler to recreate those lines. Try to limit the amount of fullness you add but do create nice curves. The dashed lines are my original marks. The continuous lines are what I added. Add seam allowance to your wing and stand pieces. Remember, the top edge of the wing will be sewn to the top edge of the collar stand so they need the same seam allowance. Cut out. Tuck that pressed edge to the inside and hand-sew it in place. Attach a skirt hook to the collar stand.

Create a bow-tie with black satin fabric or with ribbon and attach it to the collar stand. Hand-sew the satin around the headband. Find the halfway point of the headband and mark the spot I used a pin. Attach the ear by sewing it to the inside of the headband. The pin marking the halfway point should act as a point of reference in making the ears even and properly set on top of your head. Each of the ears should be the same distance from the headband's center mark.

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