Photo of the Processing library I used. Hi! I am going to share you a very cool app I did a year ago. Let me contextualized it: My father snores a lot, a lot, so I wanted to create an app that could record all the “snoring” data and make a graph of time (x axis)
Hi! Knowledge is power so I want to share with you a lot of it: ( http://users.gloria-project.eu/#/welcome ) This is a Spanish project at IAC (Astrophysics institute of Canary Islands) that let users work with a pretty good telescope freely. I am not going to lie, it is hard to make it work, last summer from
Oh! I forgot to tell you the motor name that I used in the post “Let’s track the stars”: MOT-0006 BricoGeek My engine has 200 steps per spin that due to the cogs become 5350 steps per spin. I use the Arduino to send pulses to the controller and set the delays to change the speed.
If you were wondering the very cool images on the top of the blog are fractals I did. I really recommend the app Fractile+ (I do not own the app), you can lose hours playing on the app an creating Mandelbrot sets.
Hey, Today I’m going to talk about a project I made some time ago. If you like photography and astronomy then you will love this. If we were to watch the stars for a length of time, we would appreciate that they are constantly moving. This phenomenon is caused by the Earth’s rotation around its axis.
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