How to make a Radar Station with Arduino and Processing
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Originally written by Dejan Nedelkovski
In this Arduino Tutorial I will show you how you can make this cool looking radar using the Arduino Board and the Processing Development Environment. You can watch the following video or read the written tutorial below for more details.
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Building the device
First I made a cardboard stand for connecting the Ultrasonic sensor to the Servo motor. I folded it like it’s shown on the picture below, glued it and secured to the servo motor using a screw like this.
Also I attached a pin header on which I soldered 4 jumper wires for connecting the sensor.
Finally I secured the servo motor to the Arduino Board using an elastic band.
I connected the Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04 to the pins number 10 and 11 and the servo motor to the pin number 12 on the Arduino Board.
Now we need to make a code and upload it to the Arduino Board that will enable the interaction between the Arduino and the Processing IDE.
to read more about the code, please click this link:
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