I am putting together an interactive light panel. Interactive meaning that when movement is detected by the sensors, the appropriate LEDs will light up. The lights will "follow" the movement.
When the object that triggers the sensors moves from one panel to the next, the lights should not just die out, They should blink and slowly fade. This should make it that there is a "light trail" (think of a shooting star).
I will be linking my panels to an Arduino (or similar Arduino clone board) and I need someone to write the correct program for me as I still have a few bugs in mine and can't seem to get it to loop properly with the trigger voltages.
The program will be short and I need it to be compatible with an Arduino/Gizduino Uno (or Atmega168 and Atmega328).
Basically, the triggering input voltage would be 3-5V which should trigger the loop program for the lights to fade in and pulsate. This will loop until the trigger voltage decreases (meaning, the object has moved from the LOS of one sensor to the next panel). When the trigger input voltage drops, the loop run should be blink and fade out (this will loop 3 times).
Keep in mind that the program should be compatible with an Arduino/Gizduino Uno (or Atmega168 and Atmega328).
I need this program written within a week as much as possible as I am on a very tight schedule.
The payment increments will be as follows for a budget of $30 USD:
- Initial Milestone Payment of $10 USD to be released upon the first working draft of the program code.
- Second Milestone Payment of $12.5 USD after testing and editing of program
- Final Payment of $7.5 USD upon final submission of code and satisfactory simulation.
I will send the circuit schematic diagrams for you to write the program code.
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Dear client. i can help you. i have Arduino Uno and mega in my Lab. only i need to arrange the motion sensor so that i can test the arduino sketch. please feel free to contact. Regards.
I'm Final year undergraduate of Electronic Engineering University of Moratuwa. I'm expert in Arduino and my final year project is automating microscope. Trust me I can help you. Please send me the schematic.