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Hugo September 12th, All the other electronics inside the mouse are superfluous. Also, do I need to create a library or what? Board index All times are UTC. It should be compatible with pretty much any Arduino though, are you having problems?

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Also, what mouse did you use I would like to see this work before I start to make modifications. Datasheet to similar A OK, so I googled this issue and some other people had the same problem in which case I went to the following website http: Leave datsheet Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Actually, I am doing a final year project which my supervisor as me to make the adns and arduino together.


In the video, the mouse shares its power supply with the Arduino and the data is sent over our own wires, effectively bypassing all the other junk on the board. How to put the functions in the code.

I like 22 gauge solid core hookup wire. Under the processing app I get Warning: Hey, I used an Arduino Duemilanove.

Notify me of new comments via email. For this project you just need some wires and a little skill with the soldering iron.

So, I need to generate a 4MHz square wave. To find out more, including how to datashret cookies, see here: Could you please point me to a simple routine? Thanks for this project, it got me up and running with the a realy quickly.

You can do exactly that — send the mouse chip some commands, write to the correct registers, and receive data back.

But the processing does not appear anything. You should easily be able to adapt it to other chips like the ADNS The update rate is so slow datashwet you have almost no hope of doing any useful realtime analysis.


Many AVRs have native support for three wire serial; the atmegas, and some of the attinys too. My problem is kinda opposite from the others. The LEDs are just there to help debug the program.


One thing you might want to check though — is there any data coming in from the serial port at all? Perhaps put a debug routine in the arduino firmware to spit out a known sequence of characters and see if it lands in Processing correctly.

Should I at the very least get some kind of motion detected? No pictures or anything. Youssef April 19th, Due to the way I presented the code on the blog, the Arduino code blocks are switched: Dataxheet can configure various parameters.

Xen March 16th, But this should be good enough to get anybody started. A write operation consist of 2 Byte.

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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I am sorry for posting so much on your sight, I could really use the help though. Hi Conor, I love the hack. I am using COM7 as my arduino port, any suggestions on how to rectify this?