Capture electrical signal using Box0 and perform FFT on the captured signal .
Taking part a wall clock and controlling the motor using Box0.
Capture the signal generated by the chip inside the clock and generated a similar signal to make the motor run at different speeds.
Last week we announced Box0 beta testing on Hackaday and assembled a few boards for the same. We are looking for awesome people who are interested in making some projects or perform experiment/activity with Box0 and document them. The software is working nicely on GNU/Linux and has been tested with Arch and Ubuntu though things are a bit sluggish on … Read More
High voltage analog input and output for Box0 by [Ferix].
Looking for Arch GNU/Linux package for Box0? See: Arch AUR package list You can install the packages using AUR package installer like, pacaur. $ pacaur -S libbox0-git lmfit-git libreplot-git $ pacaur -S box0-studio-qt-git liab-studio-qt-git box0-utils-git Note: The two command need to execute in the order as above.
In the second run, we will improve the design and will be commit the design files to box0-v5 repo. stay tuned! Made using OpenSCAD. Thanks to folks at Meerut Maker Space!
A cute & shiny acrylic cover for Box0.
In the experiment, Bode plot of RC circuit is done.
Bode plot help us understand the behaviour of circuit & systems.
In the experiment, we will build a transistor curve tracer.
Using the acquire and plotted data, we understand the behaviour of the transistor.
We will build a REST server that anyone can interact and perform communication over network.
The REST server is written in Node.js using Express framework.