This compass reads the correct heading even when tilted

Consider an analog or even digital compass. While you can reasonably expect either to point towards magnetic north when held flat, when you add tilt and/or roll to the equation, things get a bit wonky. That is unless you’re maker “lingib,” who was able to construct a magical compass using an Arduino…

Learn about exoplanet exploration with this Arduino-powered…
How do we know that planets exist outside of our solar system? While too far away to observe directly,…
Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with people, things, and the world around us.…
GoodBoy is a robot dog that runs on Arduino
Daniel Hingston wanted to build a four-legged walking robot for several years, and with current coronavirus…
Real-time weather prediction on a microcontroller
Weather conditions are an important factor in every means of transport, especially in marine journeys.…
Qt for Python 5.15.0 is out!
Hello everyone! We are really happy to announce that Qt for Python 5.15.0 is now out! ???????? As always,…
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