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Offline busa32927

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anyone with Arduino experience
« on: January 09, 2018, 08:46:03 AM »
hi all

i am looking to get into Arduino stuff and was wondering if anyone here has experience with it.  maybe a website that has tutorial etc.  eventually i will be trying to apply this knowledge to pinball machines.

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Re: anyone with Arduino experience
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2018, 09:42:59 AM »
step 1 , but an arduino.
step 2, play with blinky light example ( the arduino.cc compiler has a ton of examples )
step 3, figure out something you want to build.
step 4, don't use arduino, use stm32 for pinball :)

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Offline busa32927

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Re: anyone with Arduino experience
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2018, 09:44:02 AM »
what is stm32?
vids:  MK 2,3&4, KI 1&2, ms pac,  60n1, 246/256 (tekken 5 and soul calibur), lethal enforcers, NBA Jams, PP 1&2, robotron, joust w/jrok

WTB: Candy Cab, Crystal Castles, RZ, Stargate, judge dread, and KISS

pins: TWD, Metallica, GB, GotG, BM66 prem, SW prem, ACDC prem, ST prem, WoZ

past pins: TFTC,  MSF, PotC, PotO, BK2K, DM, LAH, BoP, LotR, Hook, Spiderman, GoT

Offline Hamster

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Re: anyone with Arduino experience
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2018, 09:49:32 AM »
think of a arduino on steriods... you get an stm32  :)

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current: pins: TSPP, AMH, T3, ST:TNG, ST:LE, RG, RCT, DW. DE:ST, WW
vids: Q*bert, Mad Planets, (2) Sega Uni, Dual Outrun 2 Driver, OmegaRace, Ataxx, Reactor, Crystal Castle, MultiVector, Cloak and Dagger