Is there anyway to make this work with a Domino or Panda?
I need to read a frequency from an IO pin but I can’t see how to do this. This is from the datasheet:
[quote]The output is a square wave
(50% duty cycle) with frequency directly proportional to light intensity (irradiance).[/quote]
There is this thread [url]http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/10/1458/#/2/[/url] is this applicable to Domino/Panda as well?
You can use that code on any fez but you may need to modify it
Thank you for your reply Gus. I’ll have a look at it, but it’s probably way to complicated for me.
You can take a look at how it is implemented for arduino and port the code for NETMF. Don’t forget to share
Here is the arduino driver:
I know how to make it work on a PICAXE and wanted to port it to FEZ.
This project is on hold for the moment but I might just end up using a PICAXE interface to the color sensor.
Just curious. What project are you planning to use this sensor?
I think someone’s been watching Radio Shack’s website here in the US.
Regular price on these chips was about $8, if any can be found in stores (no luck in any of my local stores), they’re $2
It’s interesting - just about any cool sensors I’ve had any interest in, seem to have at least a rudimentary driver for Arduino, PIC or .NETMF. It’s all so freakin’ … erm … you get it.
I was thinking of reviving this project [url]http://letsmakerobots.com/node/18124[/url] as I have some small solenoids that might help me with the ‘beads stream’, and thought that I might go for a FEZ approach this time. But i’ll probably stick with PICAXE for this.
This is cool! My kids love to make stuff with these beads. Sometimes I help to sort out certain color and it does take time ;D.