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Author Archives: Mario
Intro: This past week I was asked by my grammar school science teacher if I would stop by his class and show off a cool project that would inspire his students, just like I had last year. Though it was … Continue reading
This past weekend was the New York Comic Con 2014. For people who don’t know, Comic Con is a fan convention for things like Anime, Toys, Video Games and the like. One thing people do when going to Comic Con … Continue reading
Mario Day! It’s a holiday that is celebrated each year on the 10th day of March. This is a holiday to celebrate all the Mario’s in the world (and not my birthday like many who I tell about this day … Continue reading
While browsing one of my favorite online electronic stores, adafruit.com, I came across something cool. This something was a Wii Nunchuck controller, and upon seeing it I was hit with a flash of inspiration. I didn’t just see a Wiichuck, I … Continue reading
While working on one of my projects, which used a Trinket, I managed do damage the bootloader. In fact I did this to two of my three 5V Trinkets. Luckily for me, Adafruit has a great writeup on repairing the … Continue reading
Snake, a fun and addictive game that has been around since the late 70’s. Its a game with few and simple rules and I think its the perfect thing to play on a NeoPixel Display. Background: I was asked to … Continue reading
I am currently working on a project, in which, I need to be able to set different configurations from a computer and have them sent to an Arduino. I would also like the program on the computer, to be able … Continue reading
If you were to travel all the way to the south end of Staten Island, you would end up at the southern most point of New York. Also, at this point called the Conference House, an historic house named to honor … Continue reading
First I want to start by saying this. The harder the challenge, the greater the reward. I also want to take this time to apologize to Ladyada, the staff at Adafruit and the creators of the PS/2 Arduino library. I … Continue reading