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NOTE: If you're using the Arduino IDE version 1.0.3 or earlier, you will need to download the latest version of this library, or get it from the Arduino gitHub repository.

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  • EsploraKart : Use the Esplora as a controller to play a kart racing game.
  • EsploraTable : Print the Esplora sensor information to a table format.
  • EsploraRemote : Connect the Esplora to Processing and control the outputs.
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The Esplora Beginners examples show the functionality of the inputs and outputs of the board. They are a good place to start experimenting with the Esplora's capabilities. The Expert examples are more detailed sketches that illustrate project ideas that utilize the board features in novel ways.

Beginners

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Experts

  • EsploraKart : Use the Esplora as a controller to play a kart racing game.
  • EsploraTable : Print the Esplora sensor information to a table format.
  • EsploraRemote : Connect the Esplora to Processing and control the outputs.
  • EsploraPong : Play Pong with the Esplora using Processing.

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  • EsploraKart : USe the Esplora as a controller to play a kart racing game.
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  • EsploraKart : Use the Esplora as a controller to play a kart racing game.
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  • EsploraSlave? : Connect the Esplora to Processing and control the outputs.
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  • EsploraRemote : Connect the Esplora to Processing and control the outputs.
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  • EsploraLedShow : Use the Joystick and slider to create a light show with the LED
  • EsploraLedShow2 : Use the Esplora's microphone, linear potentiometer, and light sensor to change the color of the onboard LED.
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  • EsploraLedShow : Create a light show with the Esplora
  • EsploraLedMic? : Use the Esplora's microphone to change the color of the onboard LED.
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The Arduino Esplora has a set of functions for easily interfacing with the sensors and actuators mounted on the board. The functions are accessible through the Esplora class.

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The Arduino Esplora has a set of functions for easily interfacing with the sensors and actuators mounted on the board. The functions are accessible through the Esplora class.

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For more information about the Esplora, vist the getting started guide and the hardware page.

Examples

  • EsploraKart : USe the Esplora as a controller to play a kart racing game.
  • EsploraTable : Print the Esplora sensor information to a table format.
  • EsploraSlave? : Connect the Esplora to Processing and control the outputs.
  • EsploraLedShow : Create a light show with the Esplora
  • EsploraLedMic? : Use the Esplora's microphone to change the color of the onboard LED.
  • EsploraMusic : Make some music with the Esplora

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All the sensors except the accelerometer are connected to a 16 channel multiplexer. The library offers easy access to the data from the sensors, and provides the ability to change the state of the various outputs.

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The library offers easy access to the data from the onboard sensors, and provides the ability to change the state of the outputs.

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December 03, 2012, at 06:18 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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All the sensors except the accelerometer are connected to a 16 channel multiplexer and are read using the readChannel() function. The readChannel() function returns the raw data read from the analog input connected to the multiplexer. The library also has some high level functions that elaborate on the analog data, converting it to the physical quantity measured from the sensor.

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All the sensors except the accelerometer are connected to a 16 channel multiplexer. The library offers easy access to the data from the sensors, and provides the ability to change the state of the various outputs.

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The Arduino Esplora has its set of functions to easly interfacing with the sensors and actuators mounted on the board. The functions are accessible through the Esplora class.

All the sensors except the accelerometer are connected to a 16 channels multiplexer and they are read using the readChannel() function, passing the address. The readChannel() function returns the raw data read from the analog input connected to the multiplexer. The library also has high level functions that elaborate the raw analog data correlating it to the physical quantity measured from the sensor.

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The Arduino Esplora has a set of functions for easily interfacing with the sensors and actuators mounted on the board. The functions are accessible through the Esplora class.

All the sensors except the accelerometer are connected to a 16 channel multiplexer and are read using the readChannel() function. The readChannel() function returns the raw data read from the analog input connected to the multiplexer. The library also has some high level functions that elaborate on the analog data, converting it to the physical quantity measured from the sensor.

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  • 3-axis accelerometer
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  • bright RGB (Red-Green-Blue) led
  • buzzer
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  • bright RGB (Red-Green-Blue) LED
  • piezo buzzer
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