I have an Arduino, and I want to make it do things. I gather that what I really want is a Raspberry Pi in addition to my Arduino. The trouble is, I don't know Python and my C and circuitry skills are severely rusty. So do you know of any online courses or physical books that will teach me all of this as a general subject of "making devices" rather than individual Python, C, and electrical engineering courses of study? [more inside]
I like songs that evoke images of circuitry, complexity, and digital processes. What are some songs and artists that convey this feeling? [more inside]
I would like to learn more about electronics and circuitry by making a LED light panel. I have questions about how to calculate the number of LEDs I need, soldering, and how to diffuse the light. [more inside]
Can I fix my battery-powered blender? [more inside]
I'm interested in learning how to wire LEDs and program/control them. [more inside]
Timer and Control Circuit. I need to measure the rotation of a spindle and the time during which a circuit is thrown open during that rotation. I think I need a clock, a counter and a software interface. Where do I start? [more inside]
In tube ciruitry, what is a "starving plate" design?
I want to learn how to make simple electronics, like LED controllers that I can hook up to a serial port. Can anyone recommend a book to get started with? [more inside] [more inside]