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How to use MS Teams with Arduino Nano | Use Arduino as Keyboard

Have your classes, offices and meetings also shifted to online platforms like Zoom and MS Teams ? Well, ours have. And so we had an idea. Let's control MS Teams using Arduino Nano! In this project we will implement Key Mapping using Arduino Nano . The concept is to cause a trigger or action on desktop/laptop when a switch attached to Arduino Nano is pressed. For example, when we press the switch connected to digital pin 2, it receives High input which triggers keyboard control CTRL-Shift-C, which is a shortcut for MS Teams to start a call. Now that we know the concept, let's work on implementation. Software Implementation Download AAC Keys Program The command to be executed on desktop upon button press is transmitted serially through USB connection of Arduino Nano with Laptop. As in the example discussed above, once we press the switch, the corresponding code for CTRL-SHIFT-C will is sent serially from Arduino Nano to the laptop. To make our Desktops USB port act as a Sera

How To Make RC Car At Home With Arduino | Bluetooth RC Car

  Introduction: Remote Controlled Cars, commonly known as RC Cars, have been a source of enjoyment and amusement for people of all ages. Racing with friends or mastering your driving skills, RC cars are packed with action. In Today's Article of the Car Series, we bring you the making of an RC car. Powered by Arduino and connected via Bluetooth to your cellular device, this car offers you more than just driving. It gives you a sense of satisfaction and control. So, read the article till the end and learn something cool today! Required Components: To make this the project you need the following components: 1.       Arduino Circuit Board 2.       Motor Driver L298N 3.       2W Car Chassis 4.       Bluetooth Module HC-05 5.       Battery (~15V) 6.       Jumper Wires (generic) Circuit Diagram: Follow this circuit diagram to patch the circuit. Project Code: Hardware Setup: Watch this complete video to get a better understanding of circuit patching and code. En