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Arduino in Action: Authors, tell us about your coolest Arduino projects

 
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Hi Martin Evans, Joshua Noble, and Jordan Hochenbaum,

I'm interested in knowing what cool DIY arduino projects each of you is proudest of.
Please include links to your blogs/videos if you have described them there.
 
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I think my coolest is an Underwater Robot ROV http://www.underwaterrov.net

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Hard decision to make, but one I am proud of as its really reached a lot of people is the Arduinome project. It's an open-source port of a musical controller called the Monome which I did a while back with a colleague of mine, which has been embraced by the Monome company and has subsequently been built by a lot of people all over the world. http://jordanhochenbaum.com/gallery/arduinome/
 
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Both are very cool, indeed! Thank you for your replies and the links.

@Martin: Can you tell me details about that camera you've plugged on to the arduino? I'm interested in computer vision, but so far I'd discounted arduino and preferred RPi for interfacing with a cam. This certainly opened my eyes to the possibilities.
[For those of you having trouble accessing http://underwaterrov.net, the google cached version's available at http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.underwaterrov.net/]

@Jordan: Fantastic work! Arduinome looks like the perfect gift for a friend. Thanks for all the detailed instructions and open sourcing the code.
 
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The link should be working properly now.

The camera isn't plugged into the Arduino it's a low light cctv camera on a seperate wire.
 
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