This April Fools’ one of our co-workers decided to get back at us with our own creation. The results lay before you. Enjoy!
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
Our first wearable project (!) is an animatronic tail with dual-control. No animals harmed in the making of this project.
Let’s settle once and for all - who is the fastest chugger of ‘em all?
Dear friends welcome to another tutorial! In this video we are going learn how to build ourown menu for the popular Nokia 5110 LCD displa...
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
Have you started dyeing Easter eggs yet? We at ELEKS have created a smart Egg Printer powered by Arduino Uno R3.
Project showcase by ELEKS
Use voice command to turn LED on or off.
Project tutorial by Liren Yeo
Hey, from the error, it looks like you tried to compile the code for ESP8266 and not for Arduino Uno. In the code that we offer, the ESP8266 is connected to Arduino Uno using software serial, therefore, the board that you're compiling for is Arduino Uno and not ESP8266. So try to change the board in the Arduino IDE first and see if that solves the problem.
Hi Akshay, it's hard to say what the problem is, according to your description. It sounds like it is something to do with you router configurations, so you might want to check them.
Hey! We're happy to hear you're working on this great project :)
Regarding the code - did you first download the code from circuito.io, as explained in the steps? The thing is that the code from circuito has all the libraries you need and the pins are defined there as well. Then, after upload this sketch to your ardiuno and make sure everything is connected properly, you need to copy-paste the code from this tutorial, and replace the test code.
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