Commit 4829d8a7 authored by saberioon's avatar saberioon
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## How to build a spectrometer at home
### First Setup
### Hardware
To build a spectrometer, you need :
......@@ -33,17 +35,17 @@ Since all signal pins are broken out, you can easily use jumpers and breadboard
Breaking board attached to breadboard
![IMG_5671](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/IMG_5672.png)
![IMG_5671](Pics/IMG_5672.png)
Arduino UNO Rev 3 and jumpers
![IMG_5672](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/IMG_5671.png)
![IMG_5672](Pics/IMG_5671.png)
Arduino UNO Rev 3 and Breaking board connected using jumpers and breadboard
![IMG_5673](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/IMG_5673.png)
![IMG_5673](Pics/IMG_5673.png)
Now you can connect your Arduino UNO Rev3 to your computer using USB-C connector.
......@@ -63,16 +65,16 @@ You also need Processing to show the outputs. You can install it from here : [ht
2. Upload it to your Arduino by click on Upload Icon on top right corner
![fig1](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/Fig1.png)
![fig1](Pics/Fig1.png)
Wait till your sketch uploaded to your Arduino and see the following commend in bottom of IDE :
![fig2](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/Fig2.png)
![fig2](Pics/Fig2.png)
3. Go to Tools > Board and select Arduino UNO from the list
4. Go to Tools > port and select /dev/cu.usbmodel1101(Arduino Uno) from the list and when you open the Tools, you should have something like this :
![fig3](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/Fig3.png)
![fig3](Pics/Fig3.png)
5. Open the processing application and copy and past this code
......@@ -84,5 +86,6 @@ Wait till your sketch uploaded to your Arduino and see the following commend in
Now you can have reflectance
![Outreach_v1](/Users/mms/Documents/Arduino/Hypernets_Outreach/Pics/Outreach_v1.gif)
![Outreach_v1](Pics/Outreach_v1.gif)
Done !
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