Etching sketches with a Netduino Go

Posted by: More Whidbey stuff, on 02 May 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Netduino Go is designed for much more than toy projects, but one has to recognize that toy projects are fun and also great learning experiences. Today, I want to take you through the process of reproducing the behavior of a famous toy that you will surely recognize. That toy, that has helped many of us realize what poor motor skills we possess, has two knobs that control the horizontal and vertical coordinates of a pen that draws into the dust on the back of a simple screen. Its a great mechanical...

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