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Hi, has anyone any experience with getting a Panasonic hard drive recorder such as model hwt working through a splitter?. It seems to switch off its hdmi output as soon as any form of splitter is connected, yet a similar except for blue ray drive Panasonic model pwt works via a splitter. Wonder if Panasonic have blocked it on the slightly newer hwt if so can it be over ridden? Thanks for sharing Paul! A random thought: connect HDMI 1 output to the recorder.
Running the HDMI cable through output 1 is what creates the weird situation of 5. Running it out of output 2, I get what appears to be downmixed stereo that includes the dialogue. When it is, the monitor appears to get the same either stereo or incomplete 5.
I was partially wrong in stating that, if I plugged in only one cable, I continued to get either stereo or incomplete 5. My monitor is the oddball, giving me static through on side and stereo through the other. That I can work around. No problem. The output to the Ultrastudio Recorder 3G that connects to my Mac delivers 5. The key is that the file contains everything, and would play fine through my home AV setup.
Thanks for sharing! I am trying to take my hdmi tv and my hauppauge recorder and record thru my Roku box. Will this hdmi splitter work in taking off the HDCP for recording purposes? Considering that these splitters tend to change over time, there is no guarantee.
Manufacturers do change their specs occasionally and officially these splitters were of course never intended to be HDCP strippers. Any idea how fast that will be? Sounds like there will be a lag between colors on TV and ambilight colors. Specially considering the split, strip, convert, analyze and LED steps …. Thank you for the post. The problem is when i connect the videowall with a playstation or a bluray player.
When i do that is not showing images in the six monitors its only showing in one. One technician said its problem with HDCP. What do you recommend to see movies in the videowall with a bluray player or a playstation? Thank you very much. I have never worked with video wall controllers, but I cannot confirm that HDCP would be the issue — although, you can test this notion easily with the HDMI splitters I mention in this article, and they are not that expensive either.
I assume a video wall controller splits the video feed into sections to the connected monitors. So the video is decoded HDCP removed before it can do that. The things they are doing now a days to fight for their intellectual property…. Are you kids getting a well education?? And enough to eat?? Maybe we need to replace the leather seats or completely redecorate your mansion??
Anyhow, this article was not written to circumvent copy protection and promote piracy, but to be able to use something like Boblight or and older HDMI projector — things to enjoy watching movies one has purchased legally. This would be too much for regular a USB port, but definitely workable for one of those in-car USB chargers for your cellphone that can be bought for cheap. Thanks Hans. So I will need to purchase a 5V to USB cable to go along with this…can you tell me what the exact sizing is of the 5V round socket?
Thanks Robert for reporting your findings … did the 3rd one work? As I suspected, the vendor did not cancel the order so I was able to test the third item and it works. The housing is plastic vs metal but it can be powered via a USB port which is nice. Thanks for the info! I will need to purchase a 5V to USB cable to go along with this first item you purchased that worked for you…can you tell me what the exact sizing is of the 5V round socket?
That being said, it looks like 5. The wall wort output says 5v 1amp. I hope this helps. That said: if you have a USB connector that allows you to charge cellphones which often provide 1A or more, with 5V , then you should probably be fine. I read that the third item you tested worked fine and could be powered by USB, which is what I am after. Any chance you could post in the link as to where you purchased it from so I can order one for myself? I did this in the past with my old Xfinity cable box that had component cable out ports.
I found a Portta video converter that has an HDMI in port to component out ports and was wondering if anyone knows if it will work to get the game copied to my computer. Thanks Hans, I appreciate the help… I do not have the Portta video converter yet but I think I will order one to see if that works. Pretty simple setup and works really well and captures in great quality.
This way the Elgato can actually read the signal. If that is the fact, then the chip in your splitter would be the wrong one. Probably easier and more feasible to buy one of those cheap ones that do work. Sounds good. Hans, I received the HD video converter box in the mail and it worked.
I was able to get a test program recorded from my cable box to my computer. Glad you got it to work …. Does anyone have any experience with any of the 1 x 4 splitters? I have gone thru several different types of the 1 x 2 splitters with limited success.
LGP no longer records. What are the setups that others are using when a stereo receiver is in the mix? Trying to make this a straight HDMI feed. Not sure if the 2nd device can be connected at startup of the source device, or should be connected after things on the first output are up and running. I have no clue how problematic that could be with 1.
Although I cannot imagine that all 1. Thank you for your quick reply. I guess what I need to know, what are guys, that got this to work, doing with multiple devices Cable Box. Do they put a single splitter after every device? Component Converter to Blackmagic H. This works great, except for the slightly misaligned picture.
No dice. Swapped the Outputs on the Switcher. Still nothing. I have pretty much made sure not to do any firmware upgrades on the devices to avoid HDMI Standard 1. HD p was supposed to be enough but now they are pushing 4K sets on us. Yes, that seemed to be the case. A new list of working splitters, with model numbers, date aquired, date of actual HDCP decryption and links to where the splitter was bought would be fantastic. In all my web searches, this has been the best sight with any kind of helpful information in this issue.
Highest of praise to the moderators!! When I get back I will try putting the splitter directly after the device before going thru the Onkyo and get back with the results. Again, thank you Hans for your valued input! First of all; thanks for the compliments! So basically your old setup, with the splitter on your HDMI main output instead of the the sub.
Could it be that the sub output is actually causing the issue? Did you try that? Removes hdcp. Can you please post which model it is? Am looking for a working splitter.. I have the suspicion that the HDMI 1. You could also look at AliExpress — they shamelessly mention their splitters to strip HDPC, I guess regulations are a little different there I have done some shopping there in the past and it always has been a good experience. Downside is that shipping usually takes about 2 weeks.
Thanks for the reply. The problem is even the ones that are listed as 1. That site for some reason confuses me. Do you happen to see any that look promising you could share please? For some reason everything on it looks shady to me for some reason lol. Probably just not familiar enough with it to know what to look for. Haha probably. Cool, I can wait… I guess.. Yeah AliExpress has a reputation when it comes to confusing customers — very true! Contradicting statements advertise HDMI 1.
So far, and I have ordered stuff with them plenty of times in the past, I have encountered only one instance where I had to complain with the seller. They fixed it pretty quick, and send me a free new item this was not an HDMI splitter. Yea maybe. Do you know the model and specs? That looks like something that could work well … reviews state recording HDCP protected video. Just saw your post with the link and ordered it from Amazon. Supposed to be here by Saturday so I will let you know how it does.
But as soon as the device arrives, I will put it to the test and post my findings here. Says that the device might not arrive till around Dec 22nd. I will be getting back to you with a report on this as soon as it arrives…. I looked at that expected delivery date as well … Somewhere between Dec 22 and Jan 11?
Just checked Amazon and yes, it is coming from China. Got the following in an email from the company:. Thank you for your purchase and prompt payment. Your item has been shipped by registered airmail today. In the process of recording certain video sources, TV may display black screen.
Please proceed as follows:. Please press REC button hold it for about 5 seconds or longer , and then you can see pictures on your TV. If your TV still displays black screen, please proceed as follows. There are more step-by-step instructions with both texts and pictures at our website. So as soon as it arrives, I will put it to the test and report back here. Brian — Thanks again for posting this devices link!
Please post your findings, I might order one as well …. It actually arrived yesterday but just picked it up today. As soon as I get home from work, I will get it set up and get back with some details. I bet you feel an illness coming up, so you need to go home right away haha ….
I sympathize and feel the torture of waiting …. Please see the post further down. Hello Hans! I tried putting up a long post, but it is not posting. Any assistance is appreciated. Maybe better to put it in a forum? I would be interested in finding out why the post failed though ….
I have 4 different recorders. The Blackmagic H. The instructions are very simple and straightforward. Netflix started playing but within 4 seconds paused and gave that familiar warning about HDCP. I decided to try the trailers app instead and they seemed to play ok so I tried recording Superman vs Batman. Took the drive to my Mac and there was NO file. I then tried the 2GB drive that came with the C-B, and it recorded the trailer perfectly. Reformatted it FAT32, tried recording a trailer and it worked.
So this far into it, I have determined that I am not able to record to a drive larger than 32GB — Manual says it can handle 2TB storage. The other one I have is running version 6. I have tried to keep at least one of them from updating the software since I originally purchased them.
The 64GB drive had none but the 32GB one I have does and helped re-assure that something was happening. I have 3 versions of this splitter and chose the oldest one of the three to experiment with first. Sorry if some of this sounds repetitive, just trying to make sure my thought process is easy to follow.
Turning everything on, Apple TV3 thru the splitter to the TV comes up with a clean signal no flashing, no blips of green digital mess like I get when the second output of the splitter is hooked up to a noncompliant HDCP device so I switched to Input 2 of the TV and verified that the signal coming thru the C-B was fine.
Two hours and 40 minutes later, I stopped the record, the C-B flashed a few times and stopped. Took the USB drive to my computer and I have a single Checking it, the file is GOOD!! The file is p and looks great — for Netflix. When I have the time, I will try other splitters I have with this setup, as well as trying the C-P in line after my Onkyo Stereo and various other setups.
I will post my findings as soon as possible. This is great if you want a stand alone recorder. It sucks having to tie up a computer using software and a capture device. I took apart and reset all my devices and cabling. Upon further online reading, this device seems to be picky about the thumb drive attached. So, if you are looking at this device to record HDCP content without any extra devices hooked up, it absolutely does!
Thanks for the update Trev! Maybe a newer box is in the works that will record 5. Yes, here is the link to their software and firmware updates. The last firmware update was from May of so I pretty much assume the C-B I have has it already, but it does not address the issue of only stereo records. Recording on the box has been going great! No need for any splitter. Would make it a little more portable, not having to pack an extra power supply.
It does get really hot while running and I wish they had some more venting other than the vents on the bottom of the box. I have it elevated and a small USB fan blowing on it to help keep it cool. Again, I can not recommend this recorder enough! Picture quality is great and if they come out with a firmware update to change the audio to a 5.
As for getting hot; maybe open it up and place a few small heatsinks, and add some holes to the casing? Small stuff like that getting very hot makes me nervous as well. Thank you very much for the review — please let us know when an update appears for the 5.
Once that time period has expired, I will be sure to modify the case and innards. USB 1. A good USB charger for a modern smartphone or tablet could pull it off, depending on brand and model. That would eliminate the need for their wall wart. Yes, I might be able to just pop the top. With the fan on it, I feel better about it. Yeah I suppose most of these devices use the same or similar chipsets. A fan would do the trick!
I prefer passive cooling because of the noise, but a fan is always more effective. If I recall correctly; if your device tries to pull too much power from a USB, then simply nothing happens. Something with the circuitry of the USB bus of your computer protecting it from overloading.
If anyone else has been using this splitter, then please post confirmations here as well … please. Yes, I have 3 of the same model, 1 older than the other 2. However, I have not been able to get this to work with an AppleTV. Me Here — So Foxtel is Australian pay television service. What are you using to do the record?
Thanks again Trev! The more confirmations we get, the better. I have an apparently older version that does work. Maybe they are catching up …. Good afternoon. Thanks J W for reporting this! Thank you for posting your results with the ViewHD Splitter. I too have had hit or miss results with this splitter as well. Thanks Trev for confirming the hit and miss situation with this splitter.
The splitters works fine without it plugged in to the capture device. However, I try plugging the output on the splitter into the input on the capture device, blank screen, yet detected. My setup is the PS3 to the splitter to the capture device. I tried both of them with no luck. Can anyone help? If one of your splitters support HDCP stripping, then a PS3 should not cause any problems according to this forum post.
So TV and capture device should be connected at the same time. I am able to record streaming movies from one of the paid subscriber services. Not having a PS3, I can not tell you if this Splitter would work for you. You can read in some of the previous posts what I have that has and has not worked.
As soon as I receive these items, get them set up and tested, I will be posting my findings here. I saw that this item is not available anymore. Unless the list it as such or by … well, buying it and testing the splitter. Even models that work today, might not work when you buy the same one tomorrow. With my blu-ray player, I want to max out at p to get the best quality image from the movie for the screenshot which I play around with in Photoshop later on.
Will purchasing one of these splitters help me use my Elgato60HD in conjunction with my blu-ray player as in :. I have a MacbookPro, and I theoretically could get an external blu-ray drive to watch movies on my Macbook and take screens from there, but since I already have an Elgato recorder, it may just be cheaper for me to get the Splitter instead of an External Blu-ray Drive. The Elgato60HD can do p, so the setup you suggest should enable you to take screenshots in p.
Also read the comments here, and with listed splitters, to exclude the ones that have fail for others. If you buy one, then definitely look for confirmation in the item description if the seller claims HDCP stripping, or contact the seller to ask for confirmation. Besides Amazon, AliExpress seems a good resource as well — again; double check with the seller s.
Oh and if you found one there; please post the link here so others can use the link as well. Reading the most recent customer reviews less than 3 months , it appears customers are getting some success like the ViewHD Splitter. If you decide to get one, please post your experiences here, so I can add it to the list if it does work. Recording a gaming console, recording Bluray, recording streaming media? If any of these, what apps and devices are you using? The extra info will help in determining just what this splitter will do.
Thank you! Is that correct for this device? If it is, I may b able to cancel my ebay purchase if I get an answer before it ships. Unusual since eBay sellers generally answer back in a day. Guess none of these I only really asked sellers located in America sellers are going to say it for fear of getting cracked down on.
Hope to get the X1 DVRs hopefully that will give higher res video than i. The Integral does all the way up to 4K splitting. Think this should strip everything. Just need to make sure you flash the firmware with the hacked file and change one setting on one of the buttons and it should work.
Jeffrey Hmm. It truly helps knowing just exactly how others are achieving the HDCP override. Not sure. Which do you mean? PS I just got the HD Fury working and it looks awesome, noticeably better picture quality than the other splitter. Had to download the silabs driver v4, connect it to the notebook and flash firmware with an added hack for one of the bin files.
Oh you just add it to the cart and the options come up on the bottom left. You should be able to see it unless maybe you have some script blocker on or something. You just click share for both facebook and twitter and the codes will pop up. Their warranty and return policy seems pretty nice too. Brian Sweet! What was the third code?? I heard they shut them down in so many ways.
Install the drivers, connect the Integral to your computer and flash both firmware exes, power cycling after each one and it should work if there was no sound or a static noise before that. They may have added a 3rd discount after you ordered.
If you can, would you please upload the files necessary to modify the HD Fury and make them available. A free file storing service with download may be appropriate. Just ordered the HD Fury Integral! Thank you for the heads up on its workings.
Can anyone post a direct link to the Firmware 0. Many Thanks!! Trev Sweet. K np here are the files you need the Silab driver, the firmware, the hack for the firmware and the manual. Let me know what you guys think of the Integral and how it works.. Oh you need to switch the EDID button to the bottom set position then power cycle it after you flash both firmwares.
Thank you for putting that up! Yes this reply system gets a little confusing after it gets beyond a few replies, but Hans has done a great job keeping info up to date. And thanks to everyone that is posting their findings!! Keep up the great work! Dang, sorry to hear that. Yw glad if it helps. Whoever might be interested in HDCP stripping you may seriously want to consider getting the Integral while its still available.
The powers that be have been trying to shut them down. Living in Canada has a currency value downside now but there are upsides too but even those are being devalued. Is the older firmware Firmware 0. I stopped my Amazon Prime membership, so if I buy the Sanoxy it may take a week to get it and test it out. Not sure why it takes that long to reply to a message … but it tells me a lot about the seller. Making a new comment separately so someone can see this.
As I anticipated, the Sanoxy Splitter came today instead of Monday. Thanks for the information Jeffrey. Two questions: Does your unit look like the first picture in the Amazon display which has the blue and white lettering or the one with only the white lettering in the second and other pictures?
Also, which vendor did you order from as there are more than a few listed on Amazon? Thanks again! Thanks Jeffrey! While the description says HDMI 1. I cannot say for sure if it removes HDCP as I do not have a Playstation or capture card or similar devices which are mentioned in many articles on various sites. The message only appears on the component output not the HDMI. Regular SD channels are not affected, only HD. I had read somewhere that using a splitter might work for this problem and it did.
Switching channels while watching directly from the television or through the DVD recorder did not make a difference. I have my DirecTV resolution set as native so that the picture is shown in its regular format as opposed to an upscaled one. There is a slight delay here sometimes and others have mentioned that this could be a problem with the HDCP handshake. I did power on the splitter first before turning on the television and satellite box.
The HDMI 2 output was not used. I also tried using the splitter with the same hookup above but also utilizing the HDMI 2 output with an Insignia television about four years old to see if the signal would appear on all three outputs and it did. No error messages appeared. Picture quality through the HDMI splitter looked fine with no apparent difference as compared to a direct connection.
Of course, the output from the Atlona box is SD converted from an HD component signal but I use it to record from time to time and for my purposes, it is adequate. The recorder works better when recording from HD or SD broadcast over the air stations since it does its own conversion and has its own tuner so the picture looks sharper and more accurate than the Atlona which is a bit softer and tends to increase colors a bit.
S-Video is the best connection for the DVD recorder as the composite one looks a tad softer if used. They appear to be removed from Amazon now. Tried contacting them but no word yet. Am I saying that right? A future firmware update might address this issue, but that probably has to be addressed with the manufacturer so they would actually release a proper firmware to support 5. Is the splitter this ViewPort model? Ahmed, No this recorder does NOT record in 5. It is a great recorder and I just ordered another one last night.
The Cloner Alliance responded to my inquiry about 5. Still, as a stand-alone recording device this one is by far the best that I have used. Hope this helps. While it does record.. Thanks Ron for the heads up! Trev however see his comments here has been playing with one of those — maybe he can comment on this and help you in the right direction? More than likely they will swap it out. I just finished a recording, opened it in both Quicktime and VLC.
Here are links showing the item properties from both apps:. I still have the same problem. Having said that … in the Dutch version of this article a user observed that using different HDMI cables might resolve the issue. Funny thing is that I just moved and am stuck with Xfinity as my cable provider. I just needed Internet but it came with free basic channels for TV as well.
Hans, are you meaning to say that you had no choice with the package from your provider, or the bundling of services? I find that bizarre. Of course greed often trumps customer needs. I have never heard of that. There is always a basic package in any service category. Well, at least here in the USA. Not to mention that the box is ancient and only shows video in format horrible on a modern TV.
I have a question specific on my setup and appreciate any help. I am trying to connect a Roku to this TV but am getting a flickering screen when using the Sanoxy splitter listed above. My setup is as follows:. I plan to run audio separately using the 3. In the Dutch version of this article, one user discovered that one of his HDMI cables failed, where as an other one not sure if that;s relevant, but it was a shorted HDMI cable worked just fine.
These would be my first 2 steps … of course not having a HDMI recording device to test makes it pretty hard to test. Thanks for the advice. It worked as it should. Then I took it back out to the Gateway plasma and it did work, but with a really choppy picture and the sound had constant static on both menu screen and when streaming Netflix.
My initial thought on the root of the problem are:. Hey there so with the Dvi to hdmi the cable ur where using I had a similar problem I had a cable vga to component and it work from the computers vga port to a regular tv component but then I plugged the vga into a monitor and tryed to plug my PS3 into the vga adapter into a monitor but no luck I believe it is cause the computer powers and drives the adapter where when I tryed the adapter and the PS3 into a monitor no luck I will see if I can find u one that might work hopefully I am hoping i did not confuse you if I did message me and I will see if I can explain it better.
Well I figured it out!! I had to run the setup listed here:. Thanks guys we are up and running!! The analog audio outputs on the unit supply NO sound in my scenario. The Roku 3 remote has a 3. I received it I tested it on my ps4 but before anyone says anything I turned the hdcp ON my ps4 and recorded Netflix which you can not do with hdcp OFF. So in my case the veiwhd works and strips the hdcp. Thanks for posting your findings. In my case it worked right away, but in his case it did not.
When he swapped his HDMI cable for different ones, it suddenly worked. He was guessing it had to do with cable length, but I suspect it has to do with the quality or HDMI version the cable was made for. Ya I agree it could be the cable but I will admit that one of the cables I am using in my setup is a 3ft HDMI that I bought at dollarama which is a dollar store in Ottawa Canada so for anyone that is looking for a cable to use with this setup it should work and the best part it only cost 3.
I just updated your link, for some reason Amazon gave me an error message when I tried opening the link you originally posted. No problem …. I just wanted to double check if it was the same ViewHD I have …. The packaging was a bit worse-for-wear but the device is ok, no dents, scratches, etc. Brian You need the hacked firmware files I posted below plus the directions I posted with them. I had to repost the dropbox link because I reorganized them in a different folder. I received an Integral HD Fury a few days ago and have just got around to using it.
Does anyone know how? Hey Brian — From all that I have read about the Integral, I think you are going to have to instal the hacked firmware , which is a few versions back from the current firmware that it sounds like you have installed. Someone else posted the files in one of the other replies, so look thru them. Due to carrier issues, mine has not arrived yet so I can not help much, but I think you are still dealing with an HDCP issue thru the DVI, therefore installing the hacked software your issue should be fixed.
Someone else may have a better idea, but I hope this helps. Took me a while to reply because I got locked out somehow. All seems to be working fine and I will try the AppleTV thru this setup next. Is a hit and miss at times to see if one of these splitters will work though.
Before buying one, make sure the HDMI2Av actually works, and read the posts here to see the findings of others. I just want to use a Chromecast 1 device on my tv. And roku is OK but the YouTube roku app is so unreliable. Does this decrypt HDCP 1. I purchased a standalone cable with HDMI in and component with rca audio out, which does not with a Chromecast. We have noticed issues recently with this product working with newer HDMI devices though.
I think that most sellers on western world marketplaces will not easily state or admit that their hardware removes HDCP. This is actually the same situation I started out with as well. This will be of interest. Use the bin file here with firmware version 0. I used it with the following settings to enable an non-compliant computer monitor to display HDCP content from my laptop. You can update the firmware now. I know the new. Trust me, it works. Maybe this is helpful, or not, but I downloaded the bin file and made it available here for download.
If anyone could provide the full specs ie. Brian definitely downloaded it as soon as you mentioned it, will use it for the updated firmware when I get a chance ty. Makes me curious to know what sort of changes were made as far as menu options. Also is that the best one currently? Unfortunately, I do not own an Integral to confirm this ….
I hope that the hacked firmware completely removes hdcp and that someone will post it for the Vertex too! Unfortunately, I do not own an Integral. I just made the file from Brian available directly from Tweaking4All. Maybe Brian is the better person to answer this question … or one of the other Integral users? I just wanted to comment. There is a link to it on this website. It is the top entry of the bullet list of possible hdcp strippers.
This list is a little ways above the comment section. With my tv if you navigate into the menu you can eventually get to a page that has a field named: HDCP. My Sanoxy hdmi splitter works as a hdcp stipper. I bought another hdmi splitter off of ebay and I should get it next week.
In the title of the listing it says that it is a hdcp stripper. I emailed the seller and asked him if it was a hdcp stripper. He emailed me back and said it can strip hdcp. The page is titled System Info Two. My Sanoxy hdmi splitter works as a hdcp stripper. Thanks Tim for the clarification — I was a little confused the other day haha.
They are expensive, but work perfectly well and picture quality is outstanding. Awesome — Thanks SummerBoy for sharing your findings! Just a follow up. It works! Without the hdmi splitter I get the hdcp error screen. I also commented that I bought another hdmi splitter from an ebay seller. It arrived yesterday. I just hooked it up. It works too! The seller states in the title that it is a hdcp stripper.
I emailed him before I bought it and he confirmed the same. It is a much better construction with a steal case and a heavy duty power cord. The hdmi splitter I bought off ebay is a cheap plastic thing with a cheap power cord. Interestingly, the Sanoxy hdmi splitter pictured on the Amazon website looks like the hdmi splitter I purchased from the ebay seller. The actual Sanoxy hdmi splitter I received in the mail looks totally different and it has a much more solid construction.
Thanks for taking the time to post your findings — the more folks post their findings, the better …. I have the suspicion that only a very few splitters are made, just relabeled a lot. The Sanoxy looks exactly like my ViewHD older, working model.
I opened one and compared it to the circuit board of one in a review that does strip HDCP. I looked up the chips used on the board and they are identical too but there must be something that changed in the firmware settings used on the HDMI chip that deals with HDCP.
I searched for the data sheets for that chip but only found product briefs, no information about programming the chip, it is proprietary information which a non-disclosure agreement is required for. Thanks for confirming CBM Racing! Good to know though that there are still versions that seem to work! Your welcome. Ya I had no clue which one to buy because who knows if by the time you get it they fixed itml I felt like I was drowning in a sea of HDMI Splitters and converters so I literally picked and prayed!
Use it only when you need it then unplug the splitter and put it back into its box until its needed again. I ran two 3 hour streams with it and it got warm so to have a good long life I recommend shutting it off when not in use because I have no clue if it will last a day or 10 years that is for another post I guess. Hope this helps someone. Thanks again for sharing! AliExpress is a potential good resource as well — although I have not tested any of these splitters, I would presume there are only a few factories actually building them pay attention to the description and possibly ask the seller for confirmation.
Thanks for posting the Amazon link as well! Looks like most of the other 2-way splitters listed above. Great to have confirmation that this one works as well! Works great! Firstly, thanks everyone on this post for the helpful comments, and advice re: HDCP removal, the sheer genuineness of the those who have helped others is very heartening, its rare to see a forum where sarcasm is the least of our worries!
I am only interested in recording a x 4K signal, and after a week of having all the above kit together the HDFury Integral was the last to arrive , I have tried simply everything with this combination of kit, including trying the hacked , but to no avail, Media Express only ever shows x 50 at best.
I know that the removal of HDCP v2. I am not sure, and need help with this, as to whether the Intensity Pro 4K and other similar capture cards would, if they see a x 50 signal incoming, drop the signal down to 30hz and work with that lower refresh rate if that is the highest refresh rate they can cope with, or do they simply have no chance of using a signal with a higher refresh rate?
I am unsure as to whether what I think should be happening in 1: and 2: above are correct, so would be very interested to hear from others who might see where the issue is here…. Thank you for your kind words — staying kind and helping each other is most certainly the most important thing for my website!
After you flash the firmware you have to unplug and replug it in to reboot it. Why are you using the Integral and the other device? Just use the Integral. Because you need 4K you likely need another firmware. If you get the right answer please do let us know what you find out that works please. Hope to do the same with 4K in the future. The storage space needed will be insane though. Very good question, I had not thought about that. But asking the seller is definitely recommended — please let us know if they are available with a US plug in case you find out.
I am in need of a bit of help here. It is HDMI 2. You need the hack too right, to put it in the same folder as the original firmware but replace it with that one. Sucks HD Fury got shut down tonight.. Think its the firmware posted above but not sure. Currently asking them that now. Want to hook up a Tivo Bolt to record in 4K potentially.
Thanks for the help. The unit does not even seem to get warm, and one user even runs it without a power-supply. The one linked here has been tested by at least 2 people, but since these splitters have a come-and-go pattern when it comes to HDCP stripping, it will always be a little gamble if it will work properly.
Then again, the price is right I would say for a gamble like this one, and seeing confirmations here would give me more comfort as well. Thanks for posting and sharing! This will most certainly help others. I did notice it seemed to be pretty hot. Then one day I saw weird flashes on the TV, and before I could do anything the screen went blank. Had to resort to using the Composite connectors to use the TV. So just be aware! I did read a real horror story about use of a multi-port splitter in a Bar with multiple TVs where several of the big screen TVs were wiped out.
Just being curious, but is all your equipment grounded? Is there something available to protect hdmi inputs? Then again, grounding might introduce HDMI ground loop hum. Never experienced that one either, but there a plenty posts online discussing that. I have had problems with this too. This helped. Not sure what happened to the old cables as they worked fine before. Anyway, I am good to go now!
Another source for good cables is Amazon Basic cables. Awesome, and thanks for reporting. Sorry-I hope this link works,Lol. Awesome — thanks for taking the effort! This Article was a life saver for me! Whereas the A. Thought this might help some people. Thank Rob for letting us know. Glad to hear some other are having success with other solutions but just to throw my 2cents in here, I have chased this dragon for years. My big hangup was video conferencing content share from devices that we own specifically but arent hdcp compliant.
Some of these are hardwares being tested and created. The only solution I have found that consistently has allowed me to conduct my business….. I have tested and tested over last few years now and for me, the only solution I have had faith in is that specific model. Thanks Kurt for chiming in! I am a little bit concerned. I am not sure that any of the splitters mentioned above would strip 2.
Can anyone confirm any splitters that remove HDCP 2. I received confirmation that the Integral has shipped. I will report back my findings. I myself am planning to make an ambilight project with this, and I have seen others with problematic HDMI equipment who found a good use for this as well,… so no illegal stuff either. I received a shipping notice first thing Monday morning. I am expecting it to arrive tomorrow Wednesday.
I will hook it up immediately, try some 4K content and report back. This was NOT a plug and play device. Write programs to send data across the Internet based on physical activity in your home, office, or backyard And much more With a little electronics know-how, basic not necessarily in BASIC programming skills, a couple of inexpensive microcontroller kits and some network modules to make them communicate using Ethernet, ZigBee, and Bluetooth, you can get started on these projects right away.
With Making Things Talk , the possibilities are practically endless. Expand Raspberry Pi capabilities with fundamental engineering principles Exploring Raspberry Pi is the innovators guide to bringing Raspberry Pi to life. This book favors engineering principles over a 'recipe' approach to give you the skills you need to design and build your own projects.
You'll understand the fundamental principles in a way that transfers to any type of electronics, electronic modules, or external peripherals, using a "learning by doing" approach that caters to both beginners and experts. The book begins with basic Linux and programming skills, and helps you The book begins with basic Linux and programming skills, and helps you stock your inventory with common parts and supplies.
Next, you'll learn how to make parts work together to achieve the goals of your project, no matter what type of components you use. The companion website provides a full repository that structures all of the code and scripts, along with links to video tutorials and supplementary content that takes you deeper into your project.
The Raspberry Pi's most famous feature is its adaptability. It can be used for thousands of electronic applications, and using the Linux OS expands the functionality even more. This book helps you get the most from your Raspberry Pi, but it also gives you the fundamental engineering skills you need to incorporate any electronics into any project. Develop the Linux and programming skills you need to build basic applications Build your inventory of parts so you can always "make it work" Understand interfacing, controlling, and communicating with almost any component Explore advanced applications with video, audio, real-world interactions, and more Be free to adapt and create with Exploring Raspberry Pi.
Neural networks are getting smaller. Much smaller. The OK Google team, for example, has run machine learning models that are just 14 kilobytes in size--small enough to work on the digital signal processor in an Android phone. With this practical book, you'll learn about TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers, a miniscule machine learning library that allows you to run machine learning algorithms on tiny hardware.
Authors Pete Warden and Daniel Situnayake explain how you can train models that are small enough to fit into any environment, including small embedded devices that can run Authors Pete Warden and Daniel Situnayake explain how you can train models that are small enough to fit into any environment, including small embedded devices that can run for a year or more on a single coin cell battery.
Ideal for software and hardware developers who want to build embedded devices using machine learning, this guide shows you how to create a TinyML project step-by-step. No machine learning or microcontroller experience is necessary. Learn practical machine learning applications on embedded devices, including simple uses such as speech recognition and gesture detection Train models such as speech, accelerometer, and image recognition, you can deploy on Arduino and other embedded platforms Understand how to work with Arduino and ultralow-power microcontrollers Use techniques for optimizing latency, energy usage, and model and binary size less.
You'll master Arduino through a series of projects while learning the required simplified C programming. Get ready to create distributed sensor systems and intelligent interactive devices using the ZigBee wireless networking protocol and Series 2 XBee radios. By the time you're halfway through this fast-paced, hands-on guide, you'll have built a series of useful projects, including a complete ZigBee wireless network that delivers remotely sensed data.
Radio networking is creating revolutions in volcano monitoring, performance art, clean energy, and consumer electronics. As you follow the examples in each chapter, you'll learn how to tackle inspiring projects of your own. This practical guide is ideal for inventors, hackers, crafters, students, hobbyists, and scientists. Raspberry Pi Cookbook Simon Monk 4. The world of Raspberry Pi is evolving quickly, with many new interface boards and software libraries becoming available all the time.
In this cookbook, prolific hacker and author Simon Monk provides more than practical recipes for running this tiny low-cost computer with Linux, programming it with Python, and hooking up sensors, motors, and other hardware—including Arduino. Python and other code examples from the book are available on GitHub. This cookbook is ideal In-depth instruction and practical techniques for building with the BeagleBone embedded Linux platform Exploring BeagleBone?
Comprehensive content and deep detail provide more than just a BeagleBone instruction manual-you'll also learn the underlying engineering techniques that will allow you to create your own projects. The book begins with a foundational primer on essential skills, and then gradually moves into communication, control, and advanced In addition, the book's companion website features instructional videos, source code, discussion forums, and more, to ensure that you have everything you need.
The BeagleBone's small size, high performance, low cost, and extreme adaptability have made it a favorite development platform, and the Linux software base allows for complex yet flexible functionality. The BeagleBone has applications in smart buildings, robot control, environmental sensing, to name a few; and, expansion boards and peripherals dramatically increase the possibilities.?
Exploring BeagleBone? While following step by step, you can: Get up to speed on embedded Linux, electronics, and programming Master interfacing electronic circuits, buses and modules, with practical examples Explore the Internet-connected BeagleBone and the BeagleBone with a display Apply the BeagleBone to sensing applications, including video and sound Explore the BeagleBone's Programmable Real-Time Controllers Updated to cover the latest Beagle boards, Linux kernel versions, and Linux software releases.
Hands-on learning helps ensure that your new skills stay with you, allowing you to design with electronics, modules, or peripherals even beyond the BeagleBone. Insightful guidance and online peer support help you transition from beginner to expert as you master the techniques presented in? Exploring BeagleBone , the practical handbook for the popular computing platform. Want to build your own robots, turn your ideas into prototypes, control devices with a computer, or make your own cell phone applications?
It's a snap with this book and the Arduino open source electronic prototyping platform. Get started with six fun projects and achieve impressive results quickly. Gain the know-how and experience to invent your own cool gadgets. With Arduino, building your own embedded gadgets is easy, even for beginners. This book will teach you the basics of This book will teach you the basics of embedded systems and help you build your first gadget in just a few days.
Each learn-as-you-build project that follows will add to your knowledge and skills. Experiment with Arduino, the popular microcontroller board Build robots and electronic projects with easy-to-follow instructions Turn your ideas into working physical prototypes Use Android phones as remote controls in your projects Work with an uncomplicated programming language created for artists, designers, and hobbyists Get everyone involved, with projects that even beginners can build less.
A clear, visual guide to the technical, societal, and cultural aspects of computers and social media, using step-by-step diagrams and graphics to explore how kids can get the most from computers while staying safe. Covering everything from data to digital life, from computer coding to cyber attacks, this unique guide gives parents and kids the most up-to-date and comprehensive facts and information in a visually appealing way. It examines the technical aspects of computers, such as how they function, the latest digital devices and software, and how the Internet works.
It also builds the confidence of parents and kids when facing challenges such as staying safe online, digital etiquette, and how to navigate the potential pitfalls of social media. Jargon-free language helps to explain difficult and potentially dread-inducing concepts such as hacking, Bitcoin, and malware, while colorful graphics help make learning about the world of computer science exciting.
For those who want to make the most out of the digital world, Help Your Kids with Computer Science is the perfect platform to discover more. Trying to learn Ethical Hacking on a budget? Want to learn how to make cheap drop boxes? Look no further, this book is for you! In Learn Robotics with Raspberry Pi , you'll learn how to build and code your own robot projects with just the Raspberry Pi microcomputer and a few easy-to-get components - no prior experience necessary!
Learn Robotics with Raspberry Pi will take you from inexperienced maker to robot builder. You'll start off building a two-wheeled robot powered by a Raspberry Pi minicomputer and then program it using Python, the world's most popular programming language.
Gradually, you'll improve your robot by adding increasingly advanced functionality until it can follow Gradually, you'll improve your robot by adding increasingly advanced functionality until it can follow lines, avoid obstacles, and even recognize objects of a certain size and color using computer vision. Learn how to: - Control your robot remotely using only a Wii remote - Teach your robot to use sensors to avoid obstacles - Program your robot to follow a line autonomously - Customize your robot with LEDs and speakers to make it light up and play sounds - See what your robot sees with a Pi Camera As you work through the book, you'll learn fundamental electronics skills like how to wire up parts, use resistors and regulators, and determine how much power your robot needs.
By the end, you'll have learned the basics of coding in Python and know enough about working with hardware like LEDs, motors, and sensors to expand your creations beyond simple robots. A comprehensive collection of 8 books in 1 offering electronics guidance that can't be found anywhere else! If you know a breadboard from a breadbox but want to take your hobby electronics skills to the next level, this is the only reference you need.
Electronics All-in-One For Dummies has done the legwork for you -- offering everything you need to enhance your experience as an electronics enthusiast in one convenient place. Written by electronics guru and veteran For Dummies author Doug Lowe, this down-to-earth guide makes it easy to grasp such important topics as Written by electronics guru and veteran For Dummies author Doug Lowe, this down-to-earth guide makes it easy to grasp such important topics as circuits, schematics, voltage, and safety concerns.
Plus, it helps you have tons of fun getting your hands dirty working with the Raspberry Pi, creating special effects, making your own entertainment electronics, repairing existing electronics, learning to solder safely, and so much more.
Create your own schematics and breadboards Become a circuit-building expert Tackle analog, digital, and car electronics Debunk and grasp confusing electronics concepts If you're obsessed with all things electronics, look no further! This comprehensive guide is packed with all the electronics goodies you need to add that extra spark to your game!
Makers can do amazing things with motors. Yes, they're more complicated than some other circuit elements, but with this book, you can completely master them. Once you do, incredible new projects become possible. Not theory. First, Matthew Scarpino explains how electric motors work and what you need to know about each major type: stepper, servo, induction, and linear motors. Next, he presents detailed instructions Next, he presents detailed instructions and working code for interfacing with and controlling servomotors with Arduino Mega, Raspberry Pi, and BeagleBone Black.
All source code and design files are available for you to download from motorsformakers. From start to finish, you'll learn through practical examples, crystal-clear explanations, and photos. If you've ever dreamed of what you could do with electric motors, stop dreaming Understand why electric motors are so versatile and how they work Choose the right motor for any project Build the circuits needed to control each type of motor Program motor control with Arduino Mega, Raspberry Pi, or BeagleBone Black Use gearmotors to get the right amount of torque Use linear motors to improve speed and precision Design a fully functional electronic speed control ESC circuit Design your own quadcopter Discover how electric motors work in modern electric vehicles--with a fascinating inside look at Tesla's patents for motor design and control!
You've bested creepers, traveled deep into caves, and maybe even gone to The End and back-but have you ever transformed a sword into a magic wand? Built a palace in the blink of an eye? Designed your own color-changing disco dance floor? In "Learn to Program with Minecraft," you'll do all this and more with the power of Python, a free language used by millions of professional and first-time programmers!
Begin with some short, simple Python lessons and then use your new skills to modify Minecraft to produce instant and totally awesome results. Learn how to customize Learn how to customize Minecraft to make mini-games, duplicate entire buildings, and turn boring blocks into gold. You'll also write programs that: Take you on an automated teleportation tour around your Minecraft worldBuild massive monuments, pyramids, forests, and more in a snap!
Make secret passageways that open when you activate a hidden switchCreate a spooky ghost town that vanishes and reappears elsewhereShow exactly where to dig for rare blocksCast a spell so that a cascade of flowers or dynamite if you're daring! Sure, you could spend all day mining for precious resources or building your mansion by hand, but with the power of Python, those days are over!
Requires: Windows 7 or later; OS X Uses Python 3 less. An updated guide to programming your own Raspberry Pi projectsLearn to create inventive programs and fun games on your powerful Raspberry Pi--with no programming experience required. This practical book has been revised to fully cover the new Raspberry Pi 2, including upgrades to the Raspbian operating system. Discover how to configure hardware and software, write Python scripts, create user-friendly GUIs, and control external electronics.
The Arduino has become popular among amateur radio operators who are exploring these powerful, inexpensive microcontrollers, creating new projects and amateur station gear. Arduino for Ham Radio introduces you to the exciting world of microcontrollers and open source hardware and software. Arduino for Ham Radio starts by building a solid foundation through descriptions of various Arduino boards and add-on components, followed by a collection of ham radio-related practical projects.
Beginning with simple designs and concepts and gradually increasing in complexity and Beginning with simple designs and concepts and gradually increasing in complexity and functionality, there is something here for everyone. Projects can be built quickly and used alternatively they can be expanded and enhanced with your own personal touches. Make cool stuff. If you're a designer or artist without a lot of programming experience, this book will teach you to work with 2D and 3D graphics, sound, physical interaction, and electronic circuitry to create all sorts of interesting and compelling experiences -- online and off.
Programming Interactivity explains programming and electrical engineering basics, and introduces three freely available tools created specifically for artists and designers: Processing , a Java-based programming language and environment for building projects You'll get working code samples you can use right away, along with the background and technical information you need to design, program, build, and troubleshoot your own projects.
The cutting edge design techniques and discussions with leading artists and designers will give you the tools and inspiration to let your imagination take flight. Learn the Raspberry Pi 3 from the experts! Written by the Pi's creator and a leading Pi guru, this book goes straight to the source to bring you the ultimate Raspberry Pi 3 manual. This new fourth edition has been updated to cover the Raspberry Pi 3 board and software, with detailed discussion on its wide array of configurations, languages, and applications.
You'll learn how to take full advantage of the mighty Pi's full capabilities, and then expand those capabilities even You'll learn how to take full advantage of the mighty Pi's full capabilities, and then expand those capabilities even more with add-on technologies.
You'll write productivity and multimedia programs, and learn flexible programming languages that allow you to shape your Raspberry Pi into whatever you want it to be. If you're ready to jump right in, this book gets you started with clear, step-by-step instruction from software installation to system customization.
The Raspberry Pi's tremendous popularity has spawned an entire industry of add-ons, parts, hacks, ideas, and inventions. The movement is growing, and pushing the boundaries of possibility along with it--are you ready to be a part of it? This book is your ideal companion for claiming your piece of the Pi. Get all set up with software, and connect to other devices Understand Linux System Admin nomenclature and conventions Write your own programs using Python and Scratch Extend the Pi's capabilities with add-ons like Wi-Fi dongles, a touch screen, and more The credit-card sized Raspberry Pi has become a global phenomenon.
Created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to get kids interested in programming, this tiny computer kick-started a movement of tinkerers, thinkers, experimenters, and inventors. Where will your Raspberry Pi 3 take you? Arduino Development Cookbook Cornel Amariei 4. Get your slice of Raspberry Pi With the invention of the unique credit card-sized single-board computer comes a new wave of hardware geeks, hackers, and hobbyists who are excited about the possibilities with the Raspberry Pi--and this is the perfect guide to get you started.
With this down-to-earth book, you'll quickly discover why the Raspberry Pi is in high demand! There's a reason the Raspberry Pi sold a million units in its first year, and you're about to find out why! In Raspberry Pi For Dummies , 3rd Edition veteran tech authors Sean McManus and Mike Cook make it easier than ever to get you up and running on your Raspberry Pi, from setting it up, downloading the operating system, and using the desktop environment to editing photos, playing music and videos, and programming with Scratch--and everything in between.
Covers connecting the Pi to other devices such as a keyboard, mouse, monitor, and more Teaches you basic Linux System Admin Explores creating simple hardware projects Shows you how to create web pages Raspberry Pi For Dummies, 3rd Edition makes computing as easy as pie! Arduino Internals Dale Wheat 4.
Arduino Internals guides you to the heart of the Arduino board. Author Dale Wheat shares his intimate knowledge of the Arduino board--its secrets, its strengths and possible alternatives to its constituent parts are laid open to scrutiny in this book. You'll learn to build new, improved Arduino boards and peripherals, while conforming to the Arduino reference design. Arduino Internals begins by reviewing the current Arduino hardware and software landscape. In particular, it offers a clear analysis of how the ATmega8 board works and when and where to use its In particular, it offers a clear analysis of how the ATmega8 board works and when and where to use its derivatives.
The chapter on the "hardware heart" is vital for the rest of the book and should be studied in some detail. Furthermore, Arduino Internals offers important information about the CPU running the Arduino board, the memory contained within it and the peripherals mounted on it.
To be able to write software that runs optimally on what is a fairly small embedded board, one must understand how the different parts interact. Later in the book, you'll learn how to replace certain parts with more powerful alternatives and how to design Arduino peripherals and shields. Since Arduino Internals addresses both sides of the Arduino hardware-software boundary, the author analyzes the compiler toolchain and again provides suggestions on how to replace it with something more suitable for your own purposes.
You'll also learn about how libraries enable you to change the way Arduino and software interact, and how to write your own library implementing algorithms you've devised yourself. Arduino Internals also suggests alternative programming environments, since many Arduino hackers have a background language other than C or Java. Of course, it is possible to optimize the way in which hardware and software interact--an entire chapter is dedicated to this field.
Arduino Internals doesn't just focus on the different parts of Arduino architecture, but also on the ways in which example projects can take advantage of the new and improved Arduino board. Wheat employs example projects to exemplify the hacks and algorithms taught throughout the book. Arduino projects straddling the hardware-software boundary often require collaboration between people of different talents and skills which cannot be taken for granted.
For this reason, Arduino Internals contains a whole chapter dedicated to collaboration and open source cooperation to make those tools and skills explicit. One of the crowning achievements of an Arduino hacker is to design a shield or peripheral residing on the Arduino board, which is the focus of the following chapter. A later chapter takes specialization further by examining Arduino protocols and communications, a field immediately relevant to shields and the communication between peripherals and the board.
Finally, Arduino Internals integrates different skills and design techniques by presenting several projects that challenge you to put your newly-acquired skills to the test! Make: Sensors is the definitive introduction and guide to the sometimes-tricky world of using sensors to monitor the physical world. Features about this book: Includes full color photographs that are informative, useful, and engaging Branded with the MAKE Magazine look and feel, this book targets the MAKE core audience A hands-on book that provides the reader with engaging experiences Heavily illustrated with electronic circuit diagrams that can be read by non-technical readers Takes the same approach to the topic as the successful Features about this book: Includes full color photographs that are informative, useful, and engaging Branded with the MAKE Magazine look and feel, this book targets the MAKE core audience A hands-on book that provides the reader with engaging experiences Heavily illustrated with electronic circuit diagrams that can be read by non-technical readers Takes the same approach to the topic as the successful Make: Electronics book less.
A book by a kid for kids of all ages! Super-Awesome Sylvia is a kid who loves making, tinkering, and art. In this super fun book, Sylvia teaches you to understand Arduino microcontroller programming by inventing an adjustable strobe and two digital musical instruments you can play! Along the way, you'll learn a lot about electronics, coding, science, and engineering. Sylvia is also inventor of the WaterColorBot, painting robot kit. Find more cool projects and resources at superawesomebook.
Getting acquainted with your Raspberry Pi has never been sweeter Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies makes it easy for kids to set-up, operate, and troubleshoot like a Pi pro! Introducing you to Pi through a series of entertaining and inspiring projects, this handy, step-by-step guide shows you how to write computer games, build websites, make art and music, create electronic projects, and much more! From downloading the operating system and setting up your Raspberry Pi to creating art in Tux Paint and designing games with Scratch, everything you need to have fun with Pi is From downloading the operating system and setting up your Raspberry Pi to creating art in Tux Paint and designing games with Scratch, everything you need to have fun with Pi is inside!
Teaches the basics of Raspberry Pi in a simple and thorough approach Shows you how to zoom around Pi, all while learning valuable programming skills Offers tons of exciting projects to keep you engaged as you learn Includes instruction on everything you need to troubleshoot Raspberry Pi If you're aspiring computer programmer age and want to start having fun with Pi, look no further than Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies.
Measurement Made Simple with Arduino 21 different measurements covers all physical and electrical parameter with code and circuit Manoj R. Arduino Robotic Projects Richard Grimmett 4. This book is for anyone who has been curious about using Arduino to create robotic projects that were previously the domain of research labs of major universities or defense departments. Some programming background is useful, but if you know how to use a PC, you can, with the aid of the step-by-step instructions in this book, construct complex robotic projects that can roll, walk, swim, or fly.
This second volume of Arduino Project Handbook follows up the acclaimed first volume with 25 new and fresh projects. Each project provides step-by-step instructions, full-color photos and circuit diagrams, and the complete code to bring your build to life. With the low-cost Arduino board and a handful of components, you'll use LEDs to build a light matrix display for scrolling text, sensors to make an ultrasonic Super Soaker that detects and drenches intruders, buzzers and buttons for a digital piano, a fingerprint scanner to ramp up security in your home, LCD screens to With the low-cost Arduino board and a handful of components, you'll use LEDs to build a light matrix display for scrolling text, sensors to make an ultrasonic Super Soaker that detects and drenches intruders, buzzers and buttons for a digital piano, a fingerprint scanner to ramp up security in your home, LCD screens to build a code-breaking bomb-diffuser game, and so much more.
The handbook finishes with more advanced builds to test your skills, like an Arduino nerve center for controlling your gadgets remotely. Arduino Project Handbook, Volume II provides a crash course to get you set up with the Arduino and to introduce electronics parts and tools, as well as a troubleshooting chapter for solving your hardware problems. This is a perfect guide for kids, parents, educators, and hobbyists getting started with Arduino or just levelling up their hardware skills.
Praise for the first volume of Arduino Project Handbook "Easily the best beginner's guide out there. Pair with an inexpensive clone-based starter kit, and it's never been cheaper to join the maker revolution. Arduino Essentials Francis Perea 4.
Each project features easy-to-follow, fully-illustrated instructions and detailed photographs of the Each project features easy-to-follow, fully-illustrated instructions and detailed photographs of the finished gadget. Readers will see how to apply these skills and start building their own Makey Makey projects.
It then builds to more challenging projects, allowing more experienced users to go further by incorporating technologies like Raspberry Pi, Processing and Scratch programming, 3D Printing, and creating wearable electronics with Makey Makey.
Building the Web of Things With examples in Node. Summary A hands-on guide that will teach how to design and implement scalable, flexible, and open IoT solutions using web technologies. This book focuses on providing the right balance of theory, code samples, and practical examples to enable you to successfully connect all sorts of devices to the web and to expose their services and data over REST APIs.
About the Technology Because the Internet of Things is still new, there is About the Technology Because the Internet of Things is still new, there is no universal application protocol. This step-by-step book teaches you how to use web protocols to connect real-world devices to the web, including the Semantic and Social Webs. Along the way you'll gain vital concepts as you follow instructions for making Web of Things devices.
By the end, you'll have the practical skills you need to implement your own web-connected products and services. You've mastered the basics, conquered the soldering iron, and programmed a robot or two; now you've got a set of skills and tools to take your Arduino exploits further. But what do you do once you've exhausted your to-build list?
Arduino Playground will show you how to keep your hardware hands busy with a variety of intermediate builds, both practical and just-for-fun. Advance your engineering and electronics know-how as you work your way through these 10 complex projects: -A reaction-time game that leverages the Arduino's real-time capabilities -A tool for Advance your engineering and electronics know-how as you work your way through these 10 complex projects: -A reaction-time game that leverages the Arduino's real-time capabilities -A tool for etching your own printed circuit boards -A regulated, variable-voltage power supply -A kinetic wristwatch winder decked out with LEDs -A garage parking assistant that blinks when your vehicle is perfectly parked -A practical and colorful pH meter -A ballistic chronograph that can measure the muzzle velocity of BB, Airsoft, and pellet guns -A battery saver that prevents accidental discharge -A square-wave generator -A thermometer that tells the temperature using a sequence of colored LEDs Each project begins with a list of required tools and components, followed by the instructions, full sketch, and circuit board templates for the build, as well as directions for building a permanent enclosure.
You'll even find the author's design notes, which are sure to provide inspiration for your own inventions. Gather your parts, break out the soldering iron, and get ready to take your Arduino skills to the next level with Arduino Playground. Uses the Arduino Nano and Pro Mini boards. Learn Electronics with Arduino Don Wilcher 4. Have you ever wondered how electronic gadgets are created? Do you have an idea for a new proof-of-concept tech device or electronic toy but have no way of testing the feasibility of the device?
Have you accumulated a junk box of electronic parts and are now wondering what to build? Learn Electronics with Arduino will answer these questions to discovering cool and innovative applications for new tech products using modification, reuse, and experimentation techniques.
You'll learn electronics concepts while building cool and practical devices and gadgets based on the You'll learn electronics concepts while building cool and practical devices and gadgets based on the Arduino, an inexpensive and easy-to-program microcontroller board that is changing the way people think about home-brew tech innovation.
Learn Electronics with Arduino uses the discovery method. Instead of starting with terminology and abstract concepts, You'll start by building prototypes with solderless breadboards, basic components, and scavenged electronic parts. Have some old blinky toys and gadgets lying around? Put them to work! You'll discover that there is no mystery behind how to design and build your own circuits, practical devices, cool gadgets, and electronic toys.
As you're on the road to becoming an electronics guru, you'll build practical devices like a servo motor controller, and a robotic arm. You'll also learn how to make fun gadgets like a sound effects generator, a music box, and an electronic singing bird. Easy-to-find equipment and components are used for all the projects in the book. This wickedly inventive guide covers the Android Open An Arduino ADK programming tutorial helps you get started right away.
Join the Raspberry revolution with these fun and easy Pi projects The Raspberry Pi has opened up a whole new world of innovation for everyone from hardware hackers and programmers to students, hobbyists, engineers, and beyond. Featuring a variety of hands-on projects, this easy-to-understand guide walks you through every step of the design process and will have you creating like a Raspberry Pi pro in no time. You'll learn how to prepare your workspace, assemble the necessary tools, work with test equipment, and find your way around the Raspberry Pi before moving on to a series of You'll learn how to prepare your workspace, assemble the necessary tools, work with test equipment, and find your way around the Raspberry Pi before moving on to a series of fun, lively projects that brings some power to your plain ol' Pi.
Introduces Raspberry Pi basics and gives you a solid understanding of all the essentials you'll need to take on your first projectIncludes an array of fun and useful projects that show you how to do everything from creating a magic light wand to enhancing your designs with Lego sensors, installing and writing games for the RISC OS, building a transistor tester, and moreProvides an easy, hands-on approach to learning more about electronics, programming, and interaction design for Makers and innovators of all ages Bring the power of Pi to your next cool creation with "Raspberry Pi Projects For Dummies!
First you'll learn about the different types of sensors and sensor networks, including how to build a simple XBee network. Then you'll walk through building an Arduino-based temperature sensor and data collector, followed by building a Raspberry Pi-based sensor node. Next you'll learn different ways to store sensor data, including writing to an Next you'll learn different ways to store sensor data, including writing to an SD card, sending data to the cloud, and setting up a Raspberry Pi MySQL server to host your data.
Finally you'll learn how to put it all together by connecting your Arduino sensor node to your new Raspberry Pi database server. If you want to see how well Arduino and Raspberry Pi can get along, especially to create a sensor network, then Beginning Sensor Networks with Arduino and Raspberry Pi is just the book you need.
Electronics guru Simon Monk follows his best-selling approach assuming very little, starting slowly with easy, DIY examples, and gradually introducing more complex ideas.
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In Arduino Workshop , you'll learn how these add-ons work and how to integrate them into your own projects. You'll start off with an overview of the Arduino system but quickly move on to coverage of various electronic components and concepts.
Hands-on projects throughout the book reinforce what you've learned and show you how to apply that knowledge. As your understanding grows, the projects increase in complexity and sophistication. Among the book's 65 projects are useful devices like: — A digital thermometer that charts temperature changes on an LCD —A GPS logger that records data from your travels, which can be displayed on Google Maps — A handy tester that lets you check the voltage of any single-cell battery — A keypad-controlled lock that requires a secret code to open You'll also learn to build Arduino toys and games like: — An electronic version of the classic six-sided die — A binary quiz game that challenges your number conversion skills — A motorized remote control tank with collision detection to keep it from crashing Arduino Workshop will teach you the tricks and design principles of a master craftsman.
Whatever your skill level, you'll have fun as you learn to harness the power of the Arduino for your own DIY projects. Uses the Arduino Uno board. Working with Functions. Numbers Varaibles and Arithmetic. Liquid Crystal Displays.
Expanding Your Arduino. Motors and Movement. Infrared Remote Control. Numeric Keypads. Accepting User Input. Return to Book Page. Preview — Arduino Workshop by John Boxall. Learn the Basics, Build the Projects, Create Your Own The Arduino is a cheap, flexible, open source microcontroller platform designed to make it easy for hobbyists to use electronics in homemade projects. With an almost unlimited range of input and output add-ons, sensors, indicators, displays, motors, and more, the Arduino offers you countless ways to create devices that i Learn the Basics, Build the Projects, Create Your Own The Arduino is a cheap, flexible, open source microcontroller platform designed to make it easy for hobbyists to use electronics in homemade projects.
With an almost unlimited range of input and output add-ons, sensors, indicators, displays, motors, and more, the Arduino offers you countless ways to create devices that interact with the world around you. In Arduino Workshop , you'll learn how these add-ons work and how to integrate them into your own projects. You'll start off with an overview of the Arduino system but quickly move on to coverage of various electronic components and concepts.
Hands-on projects throughout the book reinforce what you've learned and show you how to apply that knowledge. As your understanding grows, the projects increase in complexity and sophistication. Among the book's 65 projects are useful devices like: A digital thermometer that charts temperature changes on an LCD A GPS logger that records data from your travels, which can be displayed on Google Maps A handy tester that lets you check the voltage of any single-cell battery A keypad-controlled lock that requires a secret code to open You'll also learn to build Arduino toys and games like: An electronic version of the classic six-sided die A binary quiz game that challenges your number conversion skills A motorized remote control tank with collision detection to keep it from crashing Arduino Workshop will teach you the tricks and design principles of a master craftsman.
Whatever your skill level, you'll have fun as you learn to harness the power of the Arduino for your own DIY projects. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 9. All Editions. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Arduino Workshop , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list ». Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 01, Rich rated it liked it Shelves: electronics , non-fiction. What a disappointment!
This book started out very focused and project-path oriented and then devolved into a seemingly random collection of disarticulated topics that were never consolidated into a coherent "workshop" approach to teaching. This type of approach leaves me feeling disoriented, confused, and without a sense that I've learned anything useful.
I really had high hopes for this book and after a good start I felt that I was really let down by the author's rambling approach to teaching. A What a disappointment! As someone who's been involved with developing course material myself, I see this type of workshop as superficial and lacking direction.
This could have been such a better book if he would have focused on directing the projects towards a final master project like the tank but with building blocks working their way towards that goal. Need to control servos? This project will allow us to use this code later to do that.
Want to create a remote control, no problem, let's take some baby steps towards that goal. The book never explains WHY you're doing what you're doing or just how to troubleshoot effectively when things don't go the way you planned. You're left with no help to work your way through it yourself and the online searches I did for forum discussion provided no additional insights. The last and fatal part of this book is the numerous problems with the project coding itself.
Two main examples stand out to me as exemplary of my main complains. Chapter 7 has you interfacing with a 2 line LCD display. You have to use the command lcd. The author proceeds to reverse the columns and rows in the lines of code and causes the LCD to display a garbled version of the example. I was able to figure this out for myself after much headscratching, but his is simply bad editing at its worst. The second example comes in Project 31 where you are controlling an unrelated stopwatch and the author has the pinouts reversed in the code.
It's a simple fix once you recognize the problem, but I shouldn't be troubleshooting his code, he and his editors should be! Unfortunately, there are simply too many glaring errors, lack of direction, no connection between and among the projects, and simply a wandering approach for this book to warrant a good review. I would give it 2 stars for having some solid examples that can be gleaned if you're willing to wade through the tremendous amount of unrelated content and mistakes throughout the book.
View 1 comment. May 10, Darth Pika rated it liked it. Straight to the beginner's problems. Very good for beginners. Mar 29, Joseph II rated it it was amazing Shelves: scanned. Ardunio enthusiasts unite! John Boxall's book, Arduino Workshop, has the depth and breadth required for novice to advanced Ardunio experimenters.
The list of experiments are in a building block manner, starting from simple coding experiments to more advanced projects incorporating sensors and output devices. The first few experiments can easily be accomplished by parts on-hand or from your local electronics supply store. Later experiments, however, will require more specialized hardware such as Ardunio enthusiasts unite! Later experiments, however, will require more specialized hardware such as Arduino shields.
The coup de grace of the book are the projects connecting an Arduino to the internet and the cellular network. The text has notation information spots, a wonderful addition from No Starch Press books, to give in-depth coverage of lines of code.
If I had to find a downside, the schematic diagrams would be better served with Fritzing diagrams common in Arduino programming books. Block schematics are great for students and teachers, but give little awareness to an experimenter about their project's "form factor. Get this book. It has it's good and it has it's bad. Good - it is well written, reads easy and can be followed with ease as well.
It covers wide range of topics an devices, so in the end you'll have nice toolbox - accent on "tool" part. This is not recipe book, where you follow A to Z and get ready product. These are tools that you will use to make ready product yourself. All loops, function definitions and hardware uses are in there, you just have to pick them up, arrange in your own notebook and reuse as your It has it's good and it has it's bad.
All loops, function definitions and hardware uses are in there, you just have to pick them up, arrange in your own notebook and reuse as your project requires. Ugly - well, first is that is has no partlist.
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