With a multitude of functions, our Touchless Gesture Control Interface will allow you control of various appliances and applications with just a wave of your hand using an electrode plane PCB, an Arduino Uno, and a shield are the ingredients for DYI-ing a circuit that supplies reliable 3-dimensional co-ordinates data.
If you do not fancy writing SPI drivers for LPR (low power radio) modules, consider using an ATmega micro, it’s sure to make life much easier as far as programming is concerned.
For the thespians among you, we’ve developed an intelligent cuelight system to give you more precise control when directing your next Broadway spectacular.
To complement the cuelight system, we’ll show you how to make an RGB LED lamp with a remote control for all your dramatic lighting needs. This can be used for all kinds of interior lighting however, so don’t be afraid to get creative!
All these great articles are, of course, in addition to the usual content you’ve come to know Elektor Magazine for; another Retronics piece from Editor-in-Chief Jan Buiting and articles by Gerard Fonte, the tenth installment of the DesignSpark series and our one-of-a-kind Hexadoku puzzle!
Our May 2014 edition is on sale now in the Elektor Web Store and in selected bookshops and kiosks (subject to transport delays). Elektor GREEN and GOLD members can download their digital copy from the Elektor.Magazine website.