In this video I demonstrate two Arduino Nanos communicating with one another via an I2C bus. I use a digital storage oscilloscope to look at the data and clock signals, and then dissect the information present in the signal.
Experimenting for the sake of experimenting is a great thing that I’ve lost touch with. So in this video I took a look at a question that I wasn’t quite sure about: Can I use one part of a bipolar junction transistor as a diode?
In this quick pilot video I use an Arduino paired with an IR sensor to get curious and see if an old remote is still generating a signal. And if it is generating a signal, what does it look like?