An Idiots guide: DIY Water Drop Controller with Arduinos and stuff.
Hello there fellow TP folks.
Hands up who's seen those amazing images of water drop collisions?
I have. And I became so enthralled with them, I decided to embark on a journey to construct a device that can create such images.
This is what I did and the way I did it.
Firstly I should point out that I am not an expert in electronics or Arduino programming...far from it in fact.
Until a few weeks ago, I'd never even seen an Arduino, let alone knew what they were or what they did!
The last time I did anything electronics related was thirty years ago...and that was only 'O' level electronics!
So I won't be able to go into much technical detail about the components used in this build, sorry!
So you see I am perfectly qualified to create 'an idiots guide'!
Secondly, I wish to credit the following for their invaluable guides:
I'm putting this up a couple of days early because I probably won't be in a fit state tomorrow or the day after
This is a monthly challenge, I will post a new theme drawn at random from a list of themes (Takes-on 2019 theme suggestions) at the start of each month. The challenge is to take up to 6 photos to the theme "liquid" in the month of January and post them in this thread. Constructive comments are encouraged and should also be posted in this thread. There is a discussion thread for general chat, ideas, etc.
Just to reiterate, photos should be shot and posted this month, January 2019 feel free to jump in whenever you like. Happy shooting