An automatic DIY photography turntable for all the techie photographers out there.
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
Use circuito.io to build a smart food dispenser for your pet controlled directly from your phone.
The LEDog collar lights up when it gets dark, helping you locate your dog from far away.
Project showcase by circuito.io team
This project will show how to make a graphical display of temperature and humidity.
Project tutorial by Patel Darshil
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
You need to download the code from circuito.io and upload it to your Arduino using Arduino IDE. After you check the circuit with the test code, download the code from here:https://github.com/Circuito-io/Robotic-Arm and replace the original code except for the libraries and pin definitions. Good luck!
It's totally fine :) The breadboard is a convenient way to connect the components and the Arduino. You can solder everything but it will be more difficult. It's best to get a breadboard, especially if you're a beginner, but you can probably find it in electronics stores, it's very common. As for the secondary parts, they are necessary for making sure that your project functions properly. If you have a specific question, we're here to help :) And you can also contact us through our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/circuito.io/
Hi Sahil, we used Dweet and Freeboard to control the feeder, and it's detailed under "connectivity" in the tutorial. Let us know if you need any help :)
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