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Arduino Parking Lot [Project]
posted November 12 2013 15:12.40 by spic0m




Do you like toy cars?. Want to make a fun toy for kids?
Then do not miss this fun Arduino project.
An Arduino (of course), a servo, resistors, and 7-segment display, only this needed to have a real garage-controlled gate.
A few simple sensors made of foil, are responsible for detecting the entry and exit of cars, raising the bar and counting the seats.
Simple and ingenious!



[Link: Arduining]
 
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