An Aliens-Inspired M314 Motion Scanner uses PIR, Ultrasonic Sensor, #Arduino Mega #instructable
This is my first arduino based instructable i hope you will like it:) I’m a big fan of the first Alien movie and the “old-sci-fi” gadgets, so I decided to make a fully operational portable motion-tracker. In this tutorial I will show you every step how I made it so you can make your own one. Plus at the end I will give you some advice according to my experiences so you can make an even better one. This was the first time I used a tft-lcd monitor and some faild attempt I was so happy when I realised how can I use it:)(Of course i will show you how can you use it properly)
I hope you are gonna enjoy this instructable and maybe some of you will make his/her own one. So let’s start the making:)
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