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Arduino BLINK Blueprints by Utsav Shah, Samarth Shah

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Bringing your efforts to life

Once you know how to control motors and LEDs using Arduino, the final step is to put everything that you have learned so far and make it a standalone product. There are multiple ways you can achieve this:

  • The simplest method is to use your hands.
  • Using two different Arduinos or using external motors
  • Using existing real-life devices

Using your hands for rotation

Even though you learned about controlling motors and LEDs, if you are doing this for the first time, you will take some time to understand the synchronization of LEDs and motors. The easiest way to test Persistence of Vision is to use your hands for rotation. Before you start rotating the complete setup, make sure you have uploaded the latest sketch to Arduino, ...

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