After building my 6 DOF robot arm, I needed a way to control it through the PC using a Qt graphical interface. Having already developed my Qt-Arduino interfacing class, I decided to up the complexity of the project by using an Arduino Pro Mini, instead of an Arduino UNO.
This weekend I built a debugging/ prototyping version of my DIY Nikon ML-L3 multifunctional remote control. In my last post, the circuit design was done using KICAD which is great for complex circuits and for professionals but a little too advanced for simple folks like me. Happily enough, I stumbled onto Fritzing, which is free to download and use and is amazing for breadboard design and prototyping. Continue reading