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Electronic Periodic table for children. sample project

Discussion in 'Code Repository' started by magvitron, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. magvitron

    magvitron Active Member

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    hey
    I'm attaching this project of mine.. its not 100% complete (some data entry is needed that's all. if any one do that and post it here we can all get something out of it.)
    the thing is an electronic periodic table for kids. we can design a periodic table layout and then place the appropriate labels on the keys (eg Hydrogen , helium etc) when the kid presses a key the corresponding element will appear on the screen and almost all of the info about the element.
    please comment.:eek:
    I'm attaching all of the files including a Proteus design file too :) have a blast

    nothing like knowledge.

    View attachment perioudic table manu.zip
     
  2. Ian Rogers

    Ian Rogers Super Moderator Most Helpful Member

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    It seems a good idea.... I never knew the periodic table.... never needed to.
     
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    did you tried the proteus file? it took me some days for it to be working. now its only limited to display Hydrogen.
     
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  5. Ian Rogers

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    I looked at it... I haven't run it as yet.

    From your previous posts I gathered you were a basic user, so I was surprised to see the C code..;)
     
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    so is it good ? the code? and the simulation?
     
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    I don't have the AVR processor plugin so I can't run it....

    Your code looks good though...
     
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    oh thats too bad.. :( anyways its not complete.
     

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