55 GUIDES | 475 PAGES | 0 FEATURED | 8 POPULAR
With this Feather we're getting a little nostalgic for the ATmega328P - the classic 'Arduino' chip - with this Adafruit Feather 328P running a 3.3V and 8 MHz. Feather is the new development board from Adafruit, and like it's namesake it is thin, light, and lets you fly! We designed Feather to be a new standard for portable microcontroller cores.
The Adafruit Feather nRF52 Pro ships pre-programmed with the Mynewt serial bootloader that allows you to flash firmware to the device directly from the command-line using the on-board USB Serial converter and the 'newtmgr' tool, so you can get started right away with no additional hardware required. For more advanced debugging, however, you can use a Segger J-Link and the on-board SWD debug connector, which gives you access to a more powerful set of development tools and options.
Aww yeah, it's the Feather you have been waiting for! The HUZZAH32 is our ESP32-based Feather, made with the official WROOM32 module. We packed everything you love about Feathers: built in USB-to-Serial converter, automatic bootloader reset, Lithium Ion/Polymer charger, and all the GPIO brought out so you can use it with any of our Feather Wings.
Using 900Mhz (or 425Mhz) RF for long-range communications between the transmitter and the receivers, this general purpose controller will make your wireless triggering wishes come true! Plus, you get to use a rotary encoder knob to scroll menu sets, and punch in your commands on the lighted 4x4 Trellis keypad.
This project turns a toy hammer into a magic wand that produces different sound and light effects depending on the spell cast based on simple gesture recognition. The amount of components in this project combined with the small room requires a bit of cramfu to get all the parts to fit. The compact nature of this project and the number of components means it's a best for a somewhat experienced maker.
A physical disability can make it impossible to operate a touchscreen device such as an iPhone or iPad. Commercially available switch control devices can cost several hundred dollars but with the power of Adafruit Bluefruit BLE devices you can build an interface for a fraction of that cost. We show you how in this tutorial.
Single Step JTAG Debugging is here and stable for the Arduino. Adafruit's Feather M0 line not only provides 5x the clock speed and 8x the storage of recent Arduino's, but they now have the ability to talk to a debugger. This tutorial will show you how to make a simple FeatherWing PCB and connect to it from MacOS / OS/X.
If you've already got an Amazon Alexa or Echo dot in your home or office, you can easily add your very own devices. In this quick project we'll show how to use an Adafruit ESP8266 Feather HUZZAH to control NeoPixels or a relay. You can easily adapt the code to add any number of devices to a single Feather for all sorts of interactive home automation projects with ease!
Schluff is a Yiddish word which means to take a short nap. This project is about finding the ideal environment for quality sleep by monitoring different conditions and biometric data. Ideally, the data from this device would be overlayed with a wrist-based fitness tracker for additional revelations. Schluff records the following: temperature, humidity, light, noise and heart rate. The collected data is sent from a Feather 32u4 (Arduino compatible) over to an iOS device or macOS laptop using BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy). The BLE catchers can save the data locally or relay it up to adafruit.io for storage and graphing.
In most situations finding the MAC address of a wireless device is fairly straightforward. However there are some things like smart TVs, IOT devices, gaming consoles, etc. that either don't display that MAC or have it hidden in a mess of on screen menus. This device broadcasts a wireless network without a password. Connect any wireless device to it and once the connection is made the MAC address of the device will be displayed on the small OLED screen.