Basic Stamp Homework Board

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I was disappointed to learn that there was nothing on the company's website that allowed me to run the board with my Linux machine.

I was disappointed to learn that there was nothing on the company's website that allowed me to run the board with my Linux machine.

The carrier frequency of this tag is 125k Hz, so it works great with our ID-2, ID-12 and ID-20 RFID readers.

This is a glass, cylindrical RFID tag; it's very similar to those implanted into pets for identification purposes (though we're not saying you should try that with this tag). Use it to reinforce connections, protect devices, and electrically isolate exposed solder joints.

This project uses Open Frameworks, an array of LED lights with a mirror finish, IR camera and a bit of motion tracking.

The mirror finish makes it appear so that your reflection shows when the lights are off.

My machine is running Kubuntu 14.10, and I have installed gcc.

Since these programs have to be built as 32 bit executables, some additional libraries have to be installed. One has to add the -m32 flag to all compile/link steps, and this required me to modify the Makefiles. On Debian/Ubuntu, one does which will install more than 20 other libraries.

You'll need 2 LED's of any color 2 resistors between 220 and 470 ohm A basic stamp 2 (I use a homework board) A computer with the programming software.

I recently got a Parallax Inc Basic Stamp 2 Experiment Board (AKA the Home Work Board) from Radio Shack, on sale as the venerable electronics chain goes into Chapter 11 bankrupcy.

The kit also comes with a components pack - complete with LEDs, a servo motor, buzzer and more - to support you in building over 40 projects!

The Board of Education Full Kit is a concise package of all the hardware you need to begin building projects with the BASIC Stamp microcontroller.

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