Give your gizmo the gift of sight
If you don't have an ArduEye Rocket Shield, you can still hook up a Stonyman breakout board to an Arduino. All you need to do is make these connections:
G connects to GROUND
V connects to 5V
RP connects to Arduino pin D8
IP connects to Arduino pin D7
RV connects to Arduino pin D6
IV connects to Arduino pin D5
PH connects to Arduino pin D4
AN is the analog output from the Stonyman chip and connects to Arduino pin A0
OE may be left unconnected.
The ArduEye Rocket Shield basically makes these connections.
If you are using long wires, it might help to put a small bypass capacitor (say 0.1uF or so) between G and V near the breakout board. There is actually a small place on the breakout board just for this purpose.
I´ve tried hooking up the stonyman breakout directly to an arduino uno and the image looks like those old tvs in which the image keeps scrolling up and down. Any thoughts on why thats happening?