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How to Control Your TV With an Arduino 4 Steps. Now once you have the codes that you want, and have uploaded the program with the signal you want to send, all you have to do is hook up the IR LED to pin 1. You dont need the resistor if you have a Duemilanove Arduino because it has a built in resistor for PIN 1. This can also be done with an ATTINY 8 pin microcontroller to cut down on size. Mahin Qadri is Irans first documented female serial killer. She was convicted for killing six people including five women between February 2008 and May. USB serial adapter Two or more Wireless RS232 modules e. EWRF 3022 Arduino. Its a Nano in the picture but any model should due. A gadget box. I received a huge number of images, ninetysix in fact, from Ian Mcdonell in Australia, so lots to add over the coming months. Thanks Ian. These come under the. I have one but Im not sure how to use it yet. Now I will be showing you a real world example on how to do this. Window Zawgyi Font. AGAIN, THIS IS NOT MY CODE, I just copied and pasted to make it easier to understand. So I got this code when I pressed the channel up button on my Comcast remote. This is the kind of remote that you will have if you have the small black boxes that use the small black remotes. They act as an analog to digital converter box that only can change channels. Here is the Serial Monitor code Received OFF  ON3. Here is the code that I made from the raw data by putting the code in  This sketch will change the channel every ten seconds so you can be doing other thingswhile watching tv and not having to change the channel, like being on a laptop and havingit cycle through the channels so you have free hands. We all know pressing a button is so hard, so why not make it automatedIRled. Pin   1. 3    LED connected to digital pin 1. The setup method runs once, when the sketch startsvoid setup                   initialize the IR digital pin as an output pin. ModeIRled. Pin, OUTPUT       Serial. Send. Channel. Up. Code  delay2. Change this value for different intervals. This procedure sends a 3. KHz pulse to the IRled. Pin for a certain of microseconds. Well use this whenever we need to send codesvoid pulse. IRlong microsecs well count down from the number of microseconds we are told to wait  cli  this turns off any background interrupts  while microsecs 0 3. Hz is about 1. 3 microseconds high and 1. WriteIRled. Pin, HIGH  this takes about 3 microseconds to happendelay. Microseconds1. 0         hang out for 1. WriteIRled. Pin, LOW   this also takes about 3 microsecondsdelay. Microseconds1. 0         hang out for 1. Send. Channel. Up. Code This is the code for the CHANNEL for the TV COMCASTdelay. Microseconds3. 63. Time off LEFT column       pulse. IR2. 80                               Time on RIGHT column    lt DO NOT MIX THESE UPdelay. Microseconds8. 20 pulse. IR3. 00 delay. Microseconds1. IR3. 20 delay. Microseconds6. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds2. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds8. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds9. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds2. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds8. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 60 delay. Microseconds2. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds2. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 60 delay. Microseconds8. IR2. 20 delay. Microseconds2. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds1. IR2. 60 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds2. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. IR2. 40 delay. Microseconds7. List of Doctor Who parodies. The long running science fiction television series Doctor Who has over the years been the subject of many comedy sketches and specially made comedy programmes, from Spike Milligans Pakistani. Dalek to the Comic Relief episode Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death. There have been occasional parodies and references to Doctor Who on American TV shows such as Community, Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons, Late Night with Conan OBrien, Robot Chicken, and The Colbert Report. What follows below is a chronological list of Doctor Who parody, categorized by medium TelevisioneditIts a Square World 1. An early televised Doctor Who spoof was on the Michael Bentine sketch show Its a Square World in December 1. Season 6, Episode 8, broadcast on New Years Eve, featured Clive Dunn playing a scientist called Doctor Fotheringown Doctor Who No, not Doctor Who, Doctor Fotheringown, for which Dunn wore William Hartnells First Doctor costume and wig. The sketch, which was recorded on 1. Brick Program Cleveland Ohio. December 1. 96. 3, also featured Wilfrid Brambell and Patrick Moore. Big Night Out 1. Hosted by Mike and Bernie Winters, Big Night Out was an ITV variety show. A skit entitled Doctor Shmoo, featuring Bernie as the Doctor and Mike as his unnamed companion together facing two stylised Daleks, began the edition that aired on 7 April 1. Both males are referred to as Earthlings by one of the Daleks, while the Doctor calls the TARDIS a rocket. The overlaid graphic for the skits title used a font very similar to that employed for Doctor Whos own title graphic, with the standard theme music being used unchanged at the start of the sketch. Dave Allen at Large 1. The sketchsitdown comedy series starring Irish comic Dave Allen featured several Who parodies throughout its long run. A prominent example originally aired in the early 1. Irish country priest is tidying up his church, then quickly becomes aware that the baptismal font which is roughly cylindrical, with a wide base and a domed top is following him. As the cleric quickens his pace down the nave, the font charges after him screaming in metallic tones, Exterminate Exterminate Annihilate Destroy The priest ducks behind the pulpit, which then dematerializes accompanied by the familiar TARDIS sound effects. Crackerjack 1. This childrens gamecomedy sketch show featured several Who parodies, notably 1. Ello My Dalek, including Don Mac. Lean as the Fourth Doctor and Peter Glaze as Lethbridge Stewart, and notably no appearance from Harry Sullivan as he is having his duffle coat surgically removed. Pakistani Dalek 1. Spike Milligans television sketch show Q contained a memorable sketch in which a Dalek returns to its suburban home from a bad day at work and proceeds to exterminate things that irritate, including commuters on the tube even demanding that his wife, in the trademark Dalek staccato, to Put the family dog in the curryThe Goodies 1. In the British comedy series The Goodies, there were Doctor Who spoofs in at least two episodes. In the episode Invasion of the Moon Creatures, Tim tells Graeme that he must telephone home, and Bill points to a telephone box floating past actually the Doctors TARDIS. In the episode U Friend or UFO, when Graeme asks his robot EB GB, How do you speak to aliens, EB GB replies Exterminate in a Dalek voice. Emus Broadcasting Company 1. In the British childrens comedy series, there was a Doctor Who spoof in at least two episodes. In the segment Doctor Emu and the Deadly Dustbins, Rod Hull and his puppet Emu appear dressed as the fourth Doctor, who travel in a normal red British public telephone box. They land on Earth and deal with a race of public dustbins, which eat people in a way which was later seen in the series itself when Mickey Smith is consumed by a wheelie bin in the episode Rose. In a later series, the pair starred in The Return of the Deadly Dustbins. End of Part One 1. In the British comedy series End of Part One, the one off Doctor Eyes sketch parodied the low budget nature of Doctor Who featuring bad special effects and poor acting. Ironically, End of Part One director Geoffrey Sax would later also direct the Doctor Who Movie. The Two RonnieseditAn episode of the long running comedy show The Two Ronnies spoofed Doctor Who in a sketch called The Adventures of Archie. Ronnie Corbett, as the eponymous character, becomes trapped in the past but is able to return to the twentieth century in the TARDIS after the Doctor turns up. Ronnie Barker played Jon Pertwees Doctor as the scarecrow. Worzel Gummidge, Pertwees other famous television role. In another sketch, parodying Star Wars, both Ronnies portray robots which claim that, once filming is over, well end up as walk ons on Doctor Who they are then chased RedecorateRedecorate by two enormous cans of Dulux paint that have acquired the mind and appendages of Daleks. The Krankies Elektronik KomikeditAn episode of The Krankies Elektronik Komik spoofed Doctor Who in a sketch. They land on a planet in the TARDIS, encounter an alien, and sing a song. Ian Tough played Dr. Why, while Janette Krankie played his companion. The Lenny Henry Show 1. A sketch on The Lenny Henry Show featured Lenny Henry as the newly regenerated Doctor alongside Peri. The two land on Earth in the year 2. Cybermen and their leader Thatchos a Cyberleader with a Margaret Thatcher wig and handbag the Doctors response is to run up and down lots of corridors. This sketch was included as an extra on the video release of Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death and also on the Trial of a Time Lord DVD release. French Saunders 1. An unaired sketch filmed for French Saunders featured Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders as bored extras in Silurian costumes during the filming of a Doctor Who serial that resembles The Trial of a Time Lord. They eventually disrupt filming so much that the floor manager tells them that all Silurians can have a tea break. Unfortunately, their version of the Inquisitor also happens to come from the planet Siluria, and walks off the set as well. The spoof was recorded on the set for The Trial of a Time Lord. George Layton played the Doctor, which had the look of the Fourth. The segment was included as an extra on the video release of Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death and also on the Vengeance on Varos special edition DVD release. Victoria Wood As Seen On TV 1. Victoria Wood As Seen On TV featured a brief sketch in which Jim Broadbent later to appear in The Curse of Fatal Death appears as a Tom Baker style Doctor and comes up against a villain called Crayola. The sketch parodies the technobabble of the show, and the number of continuity references later episodes of the series had. The segment was included as an extra on the video release of Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death and also on The Greatest Show in the Galaxy DVD release. Fast Forward 1. 99. The Australian sketch comedy show Fast Forward featured several sketches which combined political satire with a spoof of Doctor Who.

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