ultrasonic HC-SR04

  • 3 stacks x 3 shots: an Arduino Game Prototype

    Made by Paolo Tuquib.


    My Exit Product for this 2nd QTR. is a prototype game called 3 stacks, 3 shots. This game comprises 3 stacks of plastic cups placed on top of a sensor box. The goal of the game is to shoot down all the cups with only 3 bullets from a nerf gun

  • Arduino Distance Alarm: Ultrasonic Sensor and Piezo Buzzer Ultrasonic sensor and piezo buzzer

    Are you looking to enhance your Arduino projects with precise distance measurement capabilities? Have you considered combining an ultrasonic sensor with a piezo buzzer for real-time feedback? If so, you're in the right place! In this comprehensive guide, we'll delve into the fascinating world

  • DIY Arduino Bowling Game

    Made by Guianna Pong.


    In this quarter, we were taught how to use these different sensors. For us to deepen our understanding of the said topic, we were tasked to create a game. For this quarter’s Exit

  • Mastering Distance Measurement: A Comprehensive Guide to Using Ultrasonic Sensor with LCD and Arduino LCD and HC-SR04 Ultrasonic sensor

    Are you looking to elevate your Arduino projects to the next level by incorporating precise distance measurement capabilities? Look no further than the powerful combination of an ultrasonic sensor, LCD, and Arduino. Whether you want to build a smart parking assistant to help with tight parking

  • Using the HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor to Detect Objects


    With sound or ultrasonic sensors, a high-frequency signal beyond the range of human hearing is generated by an oscillator. The signal is then passed to a transducer which emits the signal in varying ultrasonic frequencies. If there are objects within the range of the sensor, the




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