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Blink, and you miss it!

By Robbu
I built a sound detecting circuit witch I connected to a microcontroller(programmed it myself) that is connected to a SCR that is triggering my flash.

So basically I have a small box with 3 buttons to change sensitivity and delay (and function) and a 16x2 serial LCD for interface and debugging. The box has output for a microphone and my flash hot-shoe.

When it detects a sound greater than the set sensitivity, it waits the delay time I have adjusted and then flashes the flash.

Fun and interesting project.

What do you think?

Tags: Breaking General High speed Lightbulb Flash and lighting Microcontroller Sports and action

Voters: rats, v8dunc, andylea and 12 more


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55jase Plus
10 187 2 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2010 12:30AM
Very clever. Can you make it clean,wash or get the people who not want to work to do a job.
jase

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9 Aug 2010 1:21AM
Great work and as said, very clever.
Rob
ripleysalien Plus
9 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2010 8:06AM
yep very clever and a great result, well done
JackAllTog Plus
6 4.3k 58 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2010 1:54PM
Wow, Wow, Wow, this is brilliant, even before the electronics part is considered. Sound opens a whole new set ideas.

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