Hey there space cadets! Today, I want to talk about using Spacebrew for Processing together with an Arduino. Have you ever wanted to use analog and digital readings from an Arduino in your Processing sketch? This is the place to start.Read More
This tutorial will show you how to create a simple input/output application for Spacebrew in openFrameworks. It’s targeted towards the (as of now) latest version of OF, 0.7.4, and towards Mac OS X users (Windows is coming shortly!).Read More
Adafruit's Digital Addressable LED Strips are quite versatile - they're flexible, capable of displaying 2 million colors per pixel, and their LEDs can be controlled individually - allowing for countless project possibilities.
The LED tube could be used as one "bar" of a digitally controlled bar graph installation, as part of a sculptural feature, or - my favorite - a makeshift light saber. Follow the steps below to make your own!Read More
Prototyping interactive environments can be tricky and time-consuming. One of our favorite time-saving tricks is to turn existing interactive projects into components we can use - akin to standing on the shoulders of giants.
This tutorial walks you through how to connect a SparkFun Bar Graph Breakout Kit to Spacebrew. Once the kit is built and connected to Spacebrew, you can have any number of interactive projects publish data to it.Read More
This tutorial builds on an example that comes with Arduino software. To access the example within the program, go to File -> Examples -> 04.Communication -> Graph, or view it online here: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Graph.Read More