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This Arduino programmed joy stick box is developed in the course: Design of mechatronics at DTU. We designed the box small as possible but also ergonomic. The network was setup by the teacher at which we played a multiple-choice quiz.
In this project you'll find both a lasercutting file, and the Arduino file, compatible with the Arduino Uno.
The components used is:
- LCD screen
- Arduino Uno
The purpose of this project is to learn the way to handle a wireless network and to dig further into the properties and functions you'll have with an Arduino.
When all the acrylic glass is cut by the laser, it's easy to assemble with Acetone. A very small amount of this should be applied between 2 acrylic surfaces, as glue. The top part should not be glued, but put together with the I pieces.
For a luxury edition, you can drill 4 holes so mount of the LCD screen and the joystick is possible.