I'd like to know whether anybody has tried this method or can otherwise lend some credence to it. It sounds good, but does it actually work?
Thanks for sharing the code! This is much more elaborate than my version. Is it possible to use this code with an H-bridge instead of the simple MOSFET for magnet control? I'm using one in my device. Providing push and pull on the magnet would make a stronger power, like the original slow dance sculpture.
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