miércoles, 18 de mayo de 2016

Proyecto con opensshot

video
-Hemos cogido varias imagenes de google sobre la tauromaquia y las hemos guardado en la carpeta que anteriormente habiamos creado, luego descargamos un audio de un pasodoble (Nerva).
-Con esta informacion creamos un video en openshot con las instrucciones que nos daba el ejercicio del blog teconlogia pedro mercedes.

martes, 5 de abril de 2016

Casa inteligente

Casa Inteligente

  PARTICIPANTES: Valeria Alvarado Muñante       CURSO: 4ºD                   FECHA: 5/04/2016
                                    Andrea Campos Segovia
                                    Nacho Hernández Martínez
                                    Marta Rodríguez Caraballo

Descripción del proyecto: Vamos a hacer una casa inteligente, consiste en que se encienda la luz con el movimiento en el pasillo, un sistema de apertura para la puerta del garaje que va unido a un meidor de temperatura y  cunado llegue a una cierta temperatura se abre la puerta. El de la luz sirve para iluminar el pasillo, el garaje sirve para que se meta el vehículo, el timbre sirve para llamar a la puerta y la calefacción detecta la temperatura y cuando es menor de cierta temperatura se activa automáticamente.
Sistemas que  vamos a utilizar: para la luz calibración de sensores, para el garaje vamos a utilizar un sistema con servomotor, para el timbre el beep y para la calefacción el detector de temperatura.

Esquemas Eléctricos :

  1. Vamos a usar para apertura del garaje:sistema de servomotor y medidor de temperatura:



CÓDIGO:

#include "DHT.h"
#define DHTPIN 2   
#define DHTTYPE DHT11   // DHT 11 
DHT dht(DHTPIN, DHTTYPE);

#include <Servo.h>
Servo myServo;        // Create Servo object to control the servo 
int delayTime = 7000; // Delay period, in milliseconds



void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600); 
  dht.begin();
  
  myServo.attach(9);  // Servo is connected to pin D9
  
}

void loop() {

  delay(2000);
  float h = dht.readHumidity();
  float t = dht.readTemperature();
  if (isnan(h) || isnan(t)) {
    Serial.println("Fallo al leer el sensor DHT11");
    return;
  }
  if (t> 28) {
  myServo.write(180); // puerta abierta
  delay(100);  
    
  }
  
  
  if (t<= 28 ) {
  myServo.write(90); // puerta cerrada
  delay(100);  
    
  }

  Serial.print("Humedad: "); 
  Serial.print(h);
  Serial.print(" %\t");
  Serial.print("Temperatura: "); 
  Serial.print(t);
  Serial.print(" *C ");
  Serial.println("");

}



2.  Vamos a usar para la luz:












4. Vamos a usar para la calefacción


Material eléctrico necesario: cables, leds , resistencias, pulsador, zumbador, placa arduino,  


Material mecánico:  madera, pegamento.

Seguimiento del Proyecto:

  • 06/04/2016
Hoy hemos hecho los bocetos de la casa que vamos a hacer en el proyecto .




Ademas hemos buscado los circuitos que vamos a usar .

.         04/05/16
Durante estas semanas hemos construido la casa  de madera y también hemos hecho los  circuitos  que necesitamos para la casa inteligente.



.    19/05/16
  Esta semana hemos terminado de colocar  la luz y  vamos  a empezar a montar  la puerta del garaje y la calefacción.


. 16/06/2016 :







MATERIALES
PRECIO

MADERA
5 EUROS
CABLES
1 EURO
BOMBILLAS
2 EUROS
DETECTOR TEMPERATURA
10 EUROS
DETECTOR MOVIMIENTO
10 EUROS
SERVO
8 EUROS
PLACA ARDUINO
15 EUROS

martes, 1 de marzo de 2016

Teclado Musical



CÓDIGO:

/*
  Arduino Starter Kit example
 Project 7  - Keyboard

 This sketch is written to accompany Project 7 in the
 Arduino Starter Kit

 Parts required:
 two 10 kilohm resistors
 1 Megohm resistor
 220 ohm resistor
 4 pushbuttons
 piezo

 Created 13 September 2012
 by Scott Fitzgerald

 http://arduino.cc/starterKit

 This example code is part of the public domain
*/

// create an array of notes
// the numbers below correspond to
// the frequencies of middle C, D, E, and F
int notes[] = {262, 294, 330, 349};

void setup() {
    //start serial communication
  Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() {
  // create a local variable to hold the input on pin A0
  int keyVal = analogRead(A0);
  // send the value from A0 to the Serial Monitor
  Serial.println(keyVal);
 
  // play the note corresponding to each value on A0
  if(keyVal == 1023){
    // play the first frequency in the array on pin 8
    tone(8, notes[0]);
  }
  else if(keyVal >= 990 && keyVal <= 1010){
    // play the second frequency in the array on pin 8
    tone(8, notes[1]);
  }
  else if(keyVal >= 505 && keyVal <= 515){
    // play the third frequency in the array on pin 8
    tone(8, notes[2]);
  }
  else if(keyVal >= 5 && keyVal <= 10){
    // play the fourth frequency in the array on pin 8
    tone(8, notes[3]);
  }
  else{
    // if the value is out of range, play no tone
    noTone(8);
  }
}

jueves, 25 de febrero de 2016

theremin controlado por luz

VÍDEO 1:



CÓDIGO:

/*
  Arduino Starter Kit example
 Project 6  - Light Theremin

 This sketch is written to accompany Project 6 in the
 Arduino Starter Kit

 Parts required:
 photoresistor
 10 kilohm resistor
 piezo

 Created 13 September 2012
 by Scott Fitzgerald

 http://arduino.cc/starterKit

 This example code is part of the public domain
*/

// variable to hold sensor value
int sensorValue;
// variable to calibrate low value
int sensorLow = 1023;
// variable to calibrate high value
int sensorHigh = 0;
// LED pin
const int ledPin = 13;

void setup() {
  // Make the LED pin an output and turn it on
  pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
  digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH);

  // calibrate for the first five seconds after program runs
  while (millis() < 5000) {
    // record the maximum sensor value
    sensorValue = analogRead(A0);
    if (sensorValue > sensorHigh) {
      sensorHigh = sensorValue;
    }
    // record the minimum sensor value
    if (sensorValue < sensorLow) {
      sensorLow = sensorValue;
    }
  }
  // turn the LED off, signaling the end of the calibration period
  digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW);
}

void loop() {
  //read the input from A0 and store it in a variable
  sensorValue = analogRead(A0);

  // map the sensor values to a wide range of pitches
  int pitch = map(sensorValue, sensorLow, sensorHigh, 50, 4000);

  // play the tone for 20 ms on pin 8
  tone(8, pitch, 20);

  // wait for a moment
  delay(10);

}


VÍDEO 2:




CÓDIGO: 
/*
  Arduino Starter Kit example
 Project 6  - Light Theremin

 This sketch is written to accompany Project 6 in the
 Arduino Starter Kit

 Parts required:
 photoresistor
 10 kilohm resistor
 piezo

 Created 13 September 2012
 by Scott Fitzgerald

 http://arduino.cc/starterKit

 This example code is part of the public domain
*/

// variable to hold sensor value
int sensorValue;
// variable to calibrate low value
int sensorLow = 1023;
// variable to calibrate high value
int sensorHigh = 0;
// LED pin
const int ledPin = 13;

void setup() {
  // Make the LED pin an output and turn it on
  pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
  digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH);

  // calibrate for the first five seconds after program runs
  while (millis() < 50) {
    // record the maximum sensor value
    sensorValue = analogRead(A0);
    if (sensorValue > sensorHigh) {
      sensorHigh = sensorValue;
    }
    // record the minimum sensor value
    if (sensorValue < sensorLow) {
      sensorLow = sensorValue;
    }
  }
  // turn the LED off, signaling the end of the calibration period
  digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW);
}

void loop() {
  //read the input from A0 and store it in a variable
  sensorValue = analogRead(A0);

  // map the sensor values to a wide range of pitches
  int pitch = map(sensorValue, sensorLow, sensorHigh, 50, 4000);

  // play the tone for 20 ms on pin 8
  tone(8, pitch, 20);

  // wait for a moment
  delay(10);

}



jueves, 18 de febrero de 2016

lampara de colores



CÓDIGO:

*
  Arduino Starter Kit example
 Project 4  - Color Mixing Lamp

 This sketch is written to accompany Project 3 in the
 Arduino Starter Kit

 Parts required:
 1 RGB LED
 three 10 kilohm resistors
 3 220 ohm resistors
 3 photoresistors
 red green and blue colored gels

 Created 13 September 2012
 Modified 14 November 2012
 by Scott Fitzgerald
 Thanks to Federico Vanzati for improvements

 http://arduino.cc/starterKit

 This example code is part of the public domain
 */

const int greenLEDPin = 9;    // LED connected to digital pin 9
const int redLEDPin = 10;     // LED connected to digital pin 10
const int blueLEDPin = 11;    // LED connected to digital pin 11

const int redSensorPin = A0;  // pin with the photoresistor with the red gel
const int greenSensorPin = A1;   // pin with the photoresistor with the green gel
const int blueSensorPin = A2;   // pin with the photoresistor with the blue gel

int redValue = 0; // value to write to the red LED
int greenValue = 0; // value to write to the green LED
int blueValue = 0; // value to write to the blue LED

int redSensorValue = 0; // variable to hold the value from the red sensor
int greenSensorValue = 0; // variable to hold the value from the green sensor
int blueSensorValue = 0; // variable to hold the value from the blue sensor

void setup() {
  // initialize serial communications at 9600 bps:
  Serial.begin(9600);

  // set the digital pins as outputs
  pinMode(greenLEDPin,OUTPUT);
  pinMode(redLEDPin,OUTPUT);
  pinMode(blueLEDPin,OUTPUT);
}

void loop() {
  // Read the sensors first:

  // read the value from the red-filtered photoresistor:
  redSensorValue = analogRead(redSensorPin);
  // give the ADC a moment to settle
  delay(5);
  // read the value from the green-filtered photoresistor:
  greenSensorValue = analogRead(greenSensorPin);
  // give the ADC a moment to settle
  delay(5);
  // read the value from the blue-filtered photoresistor:
  blueSensorValue = analogRead(blueSensorPin);

  // print out the values to the serial monitor
  Serial.print("raw sensor Values \t red: ");
  Serial.print(redSensorValue);
  Serial.print("\t green: ");
  Serial.print(greenSensorValue);
  Serial.print("\t Blue: ");
  Serial.println(blueSensorValue);

  /*
  In order to use the values from the sensor for the LED,
  you need to do some math. The ADC provides a 10-bit number,
  but analogWrite() uses 8 bits. You'll want to divide your
  sensor readings by 4 to keep them in range of the output.
  */
  redValue = redSensorValue/4;
  greenValue = greenSensorValue/4;
  blueValue = blueSensorValue/4;

  //  print out the mapped values
  Serial.print("Mapped sensor Values \t red: ");
  Serial.print(redValue);
  Serial.print("\t green: ");
  Serial.print(greenValue);
  Serial.print("\t Blue: ");
  Serial.println(blueValue);

  /*
  Now that you have a usable value, it's time to PWM the LED.
  */
  analogWrite(redLEDPin, redValue);
  analogWrite(greenLEDPin, greenValue);
  analogWrite(blueLEDPin, blueValue);

}

Love of meter



CÓDIGO:

/*
  Arduino Starter Kit example
 Project 3  - Love-O-Meter

 This sketch is written to accompany Project 3 in the
 Arduino Starter Kit

 Parts required:
 1 TMP36 temperature sensor
 3 red LEDs
 3 220 ohm resistors

 Created 13 September 2012
 by Scott Fitzgerald

 http://arduino.cc/starterKit

 This example code is part of the public domain
 */

// named constant for the pin the sensor is connected to
const int sensorPin = A0;
// room temperature in Celcius
const float baselineTemp = 20.0;

void setup(){
  // open a serial connection to display values
  Serial.begin(9600);
  // set the LED pins as outputs
  // the for() loop saves some extra coding
  for(int pinNumber = 2; pinNumber<5; pinNumber++){
    pinMode(pinNumber,OUTPUT);
    digitalWrite(pinNumber, LOW);
  }
}

void loop(){
  // read the value on AnalogIn pin 0
  // and store it in a variable
  int sensorVal = analogRead(sensorPin);

  // send the 10-bit sensor value out the serial port
  Serial.print("sensor Value: ");
  Serial.print(sensorVal);

  // convert the ADC reading to voltage
  float voltage = (sensorVal/1024.0) * 5.0;

  // Send the voltage level out the Serial port
  Serial.print(", Volts: ");
  Serial.print(voltage);

  // convert the voltage to temperature in degrees C
  // the sensor changes 10 mV per degree
  // the datasheet says there's a 500 mV offset
  // ((volatge - 500mV) times 100)
  Serial.print(", degrees C: ");
  float temperature = (voltage) * 100;
  Serial.println(temperature);

  // if the current temperature is lower than the baseline
  // turn off all LEDs
  if(temperature < baselineTemp){
    digitalWrite(2, LOW);
    digitalWrite(3, LOW);
    digitalWrite(4, LOW);
  } // if the temperature rises 2-4 degrees, turn an LED on
  else if(temperature >= baselineTemp+2 && temperature < baselineTemp+3){
    digitalWrite(2, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(3, LOW);
    digitalWrite(4, LOW);
  } // if the temperature rises 4-6 degrees, turn a second LED on
  else if(temperature >= baselineTemp+3 && temperature < baselineTemp+4){
    digitalWrite(2, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(3, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(4, LOW);
  } // if the temperature rises more than 6 degrees, turn all LEDs on
  else if(temperature >= baselineTemp+4){
    digitalWrite(2, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(3, HIGH);
    digitalWrite(4, HIGH);
  }
  delay(1);
}



martes, 9 de febrero de 2016

Leyendo en analogico



CÓDIGO:

int ledPin = 13;
 
void setup() {
pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
}
 
void loop() {
int val = analogRead(A5);
digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH);
delay(val);
digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW);
delay(val);
}