Archive for the ‘Flash’ Category

Connecting your Arduino to AIR using an AIR Native Extension

Monday, December 5th, 2011

[quetwo] aka Nicholas Kwiatkowski developed a native interface to receive serial data in Flash.

[...]  The AIR Native Extension (ANE) is a C based .DLL / .framework for the Windows/Mac platforms that allows AIR to essentially open a COM port.  I wrote it in a way that is supposed to emulate the functions of the flash.net.Socket library that is included in the AIR runtime.  I’ve posted the entire project, including the source code and final binaries on Google Code at http://code.google.com/p/as3-arduino-connector/

via [quetwo], [GoogleCode]

Arduino and Flex to Control a Creepy Skull

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Cool & creepy Adobe Tutorial by Davic Benge using Arduino and Flex on how to animate a skull. We have previously covered a very nice video tutorial by Kevin Hoyt on Arduino to Flash communication.

via [Adobe]

A Wall of 250 Canon Cameras Flashing Their Lights In A Matrix

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Japanese band Androp realized for it’s latest single “Bright Siren” a 250 Flash light-based interactive Matrix.

Japan musicians Androp built a backdrop of 250 Canon cameras and programmed all their flashes to fire off in a sort of digital stop-motion screen.

The “Making of” after the break.

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Arduino Candy Grabber, Web Controlled.

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

A step-by-step guide on controlling physical things (like grabbing candies with a mechanical arm) via Internet (please, try!).

In this instructable you will learn how to connect to your arduino and control it over the net, set up a video stream, and how to control stuff with your arduino all in realtime. I’ll try to show you on a concrete example how this could be done, but the code I used and wrote is going to be generic so you can use it for your projects. Note that I haven’t discovered anything new but rather used code that I found lying around the net, built from it and changed it fit my needs.

(…) So how should it work? The idea is that there is a Flash AIR app on my home computer that when a remote client connects to it starts the video broadcast. The communication between the client and the AIR app would be through a PHP socket because it can instantly push messages from one to the other. The socket will handle all the clients and the queuing. The Red5 server is used to handle the video broadcast, stream the video and send the arduino commands from the client that is first in the queue to the AIR app (although it could do so much more… we’ll talk about that in a later step). Finally TinkerProxy is used to send commands from the AIR app to the arduino that is connected to the same computer.

Thanks to Mario for the link!

via [Instructables], grab the thing [here]

Arduino And Flash Tutorials. All Of A Sudden.Arduino And Flash Tutorials. All Of A Sudden.Arduino And Flash Tutorials. All Of A Sudden.

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

If you (like me) get to know the term “software tutorial” related to some professional products like the Adobe Suite, you are going to be quite amazed in seeing Kevin Hoyt introducing Arduino as the Physical counterpart of that high-level, client-friendly, closed-source, wonderful software which is Adobe Flash.

[...] If you like me spend a lot of time -everyday- in front of the computer, and that’s just great..don’t get me wrong…Adobe Developers built some of the collest apps out there…but…what happens when you close your laptop and walk away? For most part web developer just live there in the Ether, you’ve got nothing really to show from your hard day of work…but, that bothers me, so I want to kind of escape the bounds of the computer, and do something more…[...]

This is kind of a deep witnessing. You to judge what that really means.

If you (like me) get to know the term “software tutorial” related to some professional products like the Adobe Suite, you are going to be quite amazed in seeing Kevin Hoyt introducing Arduino as the Physical counterpart of that high-level, client-friendly, closed-source, wonderful software which is Adobe Flash.

[...] If you like me spend a lot of time -everyday- in front of the computer, and that’s just great..don’t get me wrong…Adobe Developers built some of the collest apps out there…but…what happens when you close your laptop and walk away? For most part web developer just live there in the Ether, you’ve got nothing really to show from your hard day of work…but, that bothers me, so I want to kind of escape the bounds of the computer, and do something more…[...]

This is kind of a deep witnessing. You to judge what that really means.

If you (like me) get to know the term “software tutorial” related to some professional products like the Adobe Suite, you are going to be quite amazed in seeing Kevin Hoyt introducing Arduino as the Physical counterpart of that high-level, client-friendly, closed-source, wonderful software which is Adobe Flash.

[...] If you like me spend a lot of time -everyday- in front of the computer, and that’s just great..don’t get me wrong…Adobe Developers built some of the collest apps out there…but…what happens when you close your laptop and walk away? For most part web developer just live there in the Ether, you’ve got nothing really to show from your hard day of work…but, that bothers me, so I want to kind of escape the bounds of the computer, and do something more…[...]

This is kind of a deep witnessing. You to judge what that really means.

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Arduino And Flash Tutorials. All Of A Sudden.Arduino And Flash Tutorials. All Of A Sudden.Arduino And Flash Tutorials. All Of A Sudden.

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

If you (like me) get to know the term “software tutorial” related to some professional products like the Adobe Suite, you are going to be quite amazed in seeing Kevin Hoyt introducing Arduino as the Physical counterpart of that high-level, client-friendly, closed-source, wonderful software which is Adobe Flash.

[...] If you like me spend a lot of time -everyday- in front of the computer, and that’s just great..don’t get me wrong…Adobe Developers built some of the collest apps out there…but…what happens when you close your laptop and walk away? For most part web developer just live there in the Ether, you’ve got nothing really to show from your hard day of work…but, that bothers me, so I want to kind of escape the bounds of the computer, and do something more…[...]

This is kind of a deep witnessing. You to judge what that really means.

If you (like me) get to know the term “software tutorial” related to some professional products like the Adobe Suite, you are going to be quite amazed in seeing Kevin Hoyt introducing Arduino as the Physical counterpart of that high-level, client-friendly, closed-source, wonderful software which is Adobe Flash.

[...] If you like me spend a lot of time -everyday- in front of the computer, and that’s just great..don’t get me wrong…Adobe Developers built some of the collest apps out there…but…what happens when you close your laptop and walk away? For most part web developer just live there in the Ether, you’ve got nothing really to show from your hard day of work…but, that bothers me, so I want to kind of escape the bounds of the computer, and do something more…[...]

This is kind of a deep witnessing. You to judge what that really means.

If you (like me) get to know the term “software tutorial” related to some professional products like the Adobe Suite, you are going to be quite amazed in seeing Kevin Hoyt introducing Arduino as the Physical counterpart of that high-level, client-friendly, closed-source, wonderful software which is Adobe Flash.

[...] If you like me spend a lot of time -everyday- in front of the computer, and that’s just great..don’t get me wrong…Adobe Developers built some of the collest apps out there…but…what happens when you close your laptop and walk away? For most part web developer just live there in the Ether, you’ve got nothing really to show from your hard day of work…but, that bothers me, so I want to kind of escape the bounds of the computer, and do something more…[...]

This is kind of a deep witnessing. You to judge what that really means.

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Flash, Arduino & Parallax Ping

Monday, May 24th, 2010


[Gabor] reports about a simple project with this video to follow. (low down the volume before pressing “play”)

initially i have planned to realize the art project i was writing in my previous post about, in C++ Open Frameworks. Since I had some trouble though getting the range finder data into OF i have settled for Flash which worked out straight away using a flash’s binary socket and a custom written java proxy server by James Alliban. There are still some performance issues i believe that need to be fixed as well as sudden jumps in range values, which i still need pin point down. Anyways…here’s the result.

You may wonder why using OF or Flash and not, simply, Processing. I do as well. That is why the whole project caught my attention.

via [Kapsid]

iPhone, Arduino & Flash CS5

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

[Martin Lihs] connected the iPhone to an Arduino via bluetooth and a socket server in between. No code supplied yet. We’ll check it out for you ;)

Arduino + Adobe Flex

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Hardware Hacking with the Arduino ScreenCast

All around the web it’s very easy to find different ways to link Arduino to a wide range of apps, like Processing, VVVV, Pure Data, Quarzt Composer and so on.

Have a look at this screencast to check hot to drive Arduino via Adobe Flex.

I made a 20 minute screencast on a little project I made this weekend.  It is a volume meter that reacts to MP3’s playing in a Flex app.  In its entirely, the entire project is very simple — 4 LEDS connected to the Arduino, and a 50 line Flex 4 application which controls them.  I’d like to say that there was a hard part to this, but thanks to Justin Mclean’s class, there really wasn’t one.  You can download the Flex source-code to the app here (but you will have to supply your own MP3 to play in the assets folder).

via [quetwo.com]

Arduino + Flash AS3

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010


Very interesting & simple 5-part tutorial on how to hook up Arduino and Flash.

via [Coding Color]
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