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Arduino Music Player and Remote Using Feather M0 RFM69HCW Packet Radio

Dan the Geek is progressing along nicely with his pocket music player for performers:

It’s been a month since my last post about my Arduino music player and remote.  This is a music system geared towards performers, like magicians, ventriloquists, jugglers and the like who perform a one man/woman show and need an easy way to queue up and play music and sounds. It uses two packet radio Arduino devices, one that stores the music on an SD card and is hooked up to a speaker system, and the other that provides buttons and a display that controls the music. The project has been coming along nicely since my last post, and I am quite pleased with the results so far. Since the last post, i have made significant software improvements and also created a 3D printed case for the remote.  I also informally tested the range of the remote, which uses packet radio to communicate with the base receiver. My test showed a range of about 250 feet with an unobstructed view. In comparison, Bluetooth’s unobstructed range is about 33 feet.

Read more here.

And check out Dan’s other projects: 3D-Printed 24 Crayon Peacock Holder & WiFi Web and Voice TV Remote with Feather HUZZAH

[h/t/ Microchip for the heads up!]



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