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PC Control These demos and projects allow the robot to be controlled via a computer.

ArbotiX Commander Control - These demos and projects control the Robot using the ArbotiX Commander, the handheld Arduino based remote control.

Direct Control - These demos and projects control the Robot directly from sensors connected directly to the Robot's control board.

Pose Control - These demos and projects allow you to create and playback a sequence of poses.

Serial Control - These demos and projects control the robot using a serial packet protocol.

Standalone - These demos and projects are deisgned to let your robot function without a computer or additional microcontroller.

Wireless Control - These demos and projects allow you to control the robot wirelessly - usually by replacing the Serial Connection with XBee modules.

Reference - These articles have technical details regarding the control and operation of the robot.

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RFIDuino Projects

  • RFID Flash Cards

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    Want a fancy way to learn with your kids or study for the big test? With an RFIDuino shield, a stack of flash cards and a bunch of RFID tags, you can make a flash card system that gives feedback and reinforcement to the studying process!

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  • RFID Door Lock

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    PC Control (Setup Only)

    In this tutorial, we will set up a door latch that can be opened with the swipe of an RFID Tag! We will program a list of acceptable 'key' cards that will unlatch the door for a specified amount of time. This is a really simple project, but it does require that you alter your door jamb, so be prepared to do some wood work if you the strike plate to fit securely and flush.

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  • RFID Logger

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    PC Control

    In this tutorial we will use the RFIDuino Logger Program to log basic data from the RFIDuino/Geekduino.

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  • RFIDuino Hello World

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    PC Control (Setup Only)

    This demo uses the RFIDuino shield, a Geekduino (or other Arduino Board)and the RFIDuino library to scan for a tag. Once a tag is read, the ID of the tag is stored as an array of 5 byte-sized numbers. This array of numbers represents the ID. After a successful read, these 5 numbers will be sent over the Arduino's Serial Port to your computer.

    The RFIDuino Shield is designed to be used with 125khz EM4100 family tags. This includes any of the EM4102 tags sold by Trossen Robotics/ RobotGeek. The RFIDuino shield may not work with tags outside the EM4100 family

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  • RFIDuino Demo 1 - Key Tag

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    In Hello World we simply read a tag. Now we will read tags and differentiate between one special key tag and any other tag. For our 'key' tag, the RFIDuino will activate the green LED and sound 3 different notes to indicate the 'key' tag has been read. For all other tags, the red LED will activate and 3 monotone notes will play to indicate that the wrong tag has been used.

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  • RFIDuino Demo 2 - Solenoid Unlocker

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    Standalone
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    PC Control (Setup Only)

    Now we will extend upon Demo 1 to activate other devices. In this demo we are going to activate a small solenoid via a RobotGeek Relay board. This code will work for any digital output device (such as Relays, LEDs, buzzers and more.) Activating a solenoid or motor upon a read of the 'key' tag is the basic principal behind RFID enabled locks.

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  • RFIDuino Garage Door Opener

    Garage Door Opener
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    Standalone
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    PC Control (Setup Only)

    In this project, we will be using the power of RFID to tap into your garage door opening system. We are going to bridge a connection in the opener switch via a RobotGeek Relay board, initiating the door opening as if you had pressed the button. This code will work for any digital output device (such as Relays, LEDs, buzzers and more.) Activating a solenoid or motor upon a read of the 'key' tag is the basic principal behind RFID enabled locks.

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  • RFIDuino Windows Login

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    Wireless(Optional)
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    Serial Control
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    The RFIDuino Login Project for Windows will allow you to use the RFIDuino system to log into Windows. You will need to load a special firmware onto your Geekduino/Arduino, and load the appropriate files onto your computer. Once setup, you can login to your computer from the main Windows Login screen by simply swiping your RFID tag across the RFIDuino antenna.

    This project will work with Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10.

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  • RFIDuino Demo 3 - Multiple Key Tags

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    Standalone
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    PC Control (Setup Only)

    Now we will extend upon Demo 1 and 2. This demo will respond to multiple 'key' tags, so that you can have multiple keys for a system. This code will activate LEDS, the buzzer, and pin 9 just like in Demo 2. The rest of this demo assumes that you are using a solenoid / relay like in demo 2, but you can also use the code for generic purposes like in Demo 1

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  • RFIDuino Demo 4 - Wireless Communication with XBees

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    Wireless Control
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    PC Control

    This Project will use the same code as RFIDuino_helloworld. This time however, we will be sending the data over the computer wirelessly using 2 XBees and a UartSBee.

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  • RFIDuino Lock Box Getting Started Guide

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    Standalone
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    PC Control (Setup Only)

    The RFID Lock Box combines Arduino, RFID and a Solenoid to make your very own personal safe! The Lock Box will only open to Key Cards that you've programmed into the system, locking everyone else out!

    This guide will show you how setup the electronics for and assemble your RFIDuino Lock Box. You will start of by setting up and programming the Geekduino microcontroller. You will then be able to test your electronics, and then move onto assembling your Lock Box Kit.

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