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Archive for July 2016

What's your PICAXE project about?

We would love to hear about your PICAXE project. All projects are entered into our monthly competition and could win a great PICAXE prize.

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  • Picaxe wrist watch with scrolling 8x8 LED and weekly wisdom

    Submitted by: Lightman
    Picaxe wrist watch with scrolling 8x8 LED and weekly wisdom

    This is a wrist watch made with a Pixace 28x2 chip, 8 x 8 LED, DS1307 and a 24LC256 EEPROM The build is quite straight forward. A chip, a display, memory...

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  • AGV with Robotic Arm

    Submitted by: ludgero leote
    AGV with Robotic Arm

    This is an Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV) that follows a black line (black strip). The AGV contains a robotic arm that can manipulate metal objects using a s...

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  • Lost in Labyrinth

    Submitted by: Hohnhorst
    Lost in Labyrinth

    Play "Lost in Labyrinth" and find the treasure. You can walk through the virtual labyrinth by pressing one of the four push buttons. Doing so you will enter ...

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  • Humidity Chamber

    Submitted by: nickcinquino
    Humidity Chamber

    PICAXE 08M2 Controlled Humidity Chamber - Nick Cinquino 1/12/13 A humidity-controlled chamber has several practical uses, such as the storage of tobac...

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  • BEAM/Picaxe 20x2 Solar Turbot

    Submitted by: JamesWhite
    BEAM/Picaxe 20x2 Solar Turbot

    A Turbot is a robot that moves about using spinning flagella (arms) much like a bacteria moves about. Tumbling along, charging, looking for light and then mo...

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  • Tic-Tac-Toe Robot

    Submitted by: rik100
    Tic-Tac-Toe Robot

    I built a robot that plays a perfect game of tic-tac-toe or noughts and crosses. It uses an algorithm from an article in the 1971 issue of Radio Electronics by Don Lancaster called Tic-Tac-Tronix.

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