Send mini documents to a 16x2 LCD display.
This project lets you write on an LCD using Morse code.
Project tutorial by GiHOxp
"Lottery Winner" for Arduino creates a sequence of non-repeating pseudo-random numbers for lottery or other applications.
Project in progress by LAGSILVA
This is the first version of my Arduino Weather Station, a very simple project that will give you weather information.
Project tutorial by Gabriele Scordamaglia
Basic code to make Arduino communicate with ILI9341.
A simple game using Arduino Uno, 16x2 LCD and a push button.
Project tutorial by SRP888
Soil moisture sensor which gives you LCD display of percentage of moisture.
Project tutorial by Patel Darshil
This alarm clock and timer work without the help of a computer. All the settings can be done on the clock itself and stored in the EEPROM.
Project showcase by ozyRonald
This is how to make your own LCD timer, just with an Arduino, a LCD screen and some hook-up wires.
Project showcase by Hugo Blanc
Project is showing simple stopwatch with start, stop and restart. It's a great project for learning how to use LCD with Arduino UNO or NANO.
Project tutorial by TechWithZan
Learn how to use the 16x2 LCD with Arduino for various projects.
An SKU237545 pressure sensor.
Project tutorial by Fillbee
Interfacing the shield with Arduino UNO board and fixing the touch detection and inversion problem.
Project tutorial by SurtrTech
Here, you will learn how to use TFT LCDs by Arduino. From basic commands to professional designs and technics are all explained here.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Arduino LCD keypad shield with 3 practical projects.
A unique TFT shield expanding the capabilities of an Arduino Uno.
Project showcase by Alf81010
Want data at a quick glance? This project helps you set up internet connected display, which you can control over the Internet.
A fun, little offline game "ported" to an AVR MCU.
Project showcase by brzi
Build an Arduino heart rate monitor with a MAX30102 sensor and a 16x2 LCD.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
With zero's, o's and few dashes, we can animate an LCD to make a retro-ish face that has blinking eyes and stuff.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
A simple and funny project with an Arduino UNO and the famous keypad shield. Arduino selects a random number, you guess the number.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
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