A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
Project showcase by JulienChateau
My first project combines everyone's favorite robot with everyone's favorite tinkering platform. Hope you like it!
Project tutorial by monsterbacke
Build a 4-button arcade game out of LEGO.
Project tutorial by LenkaDesign
Learn how to control Lego motors and servos with your Arduino and build your own Android app to remote control your model.
Project tutorial by Patrick Müller
Project that uses lego NXT motors and a sensor to avoid objects.
Project tutorial by Mark Tashiro
This project details two Arduino powered animatronic Lego Minifigs that talk and move based off that Monster Hunters line.
Project tutorial by Matthew Harrell
Give the axis of an inkjet printer a new job.
by Ingo Lohs
This lesson aims to show how to make a very simple Lego Power Function Receiver.
Project tutorial by Arduino_Scuola
Make your own quadruped robot with Arduino, 3D-printed, and Lego-compatible parts.
Project tutorial by Tart Robotics
Arduino + LCD + DHT11 sensor + Lego = Awesome temp/humidity display
Project tutorial by YENFU CHEN
Make your own walking humanoid robot out of Lego and 3D printed parts powered by Arduino Nano, off-the-shelf DC gear-motor and NeoPixel LED.
Arduino Nano Slimboy, packed in a full playable cab with a joystick, LED and buttons: downsizing fashion old style retrogaming!
Project tutorial by Marco Conforti Donati
Hang your robot from a zipline across the hall. Then, control your robot by clapping using an Arduino and a microphone sensor.
The VL53l01x distance sensor as EV3 sensor.
Project in progress by Tom Eilers
Play around with Lego, Arduino, stepper motors, IR, and piezo beepers! Blip, blop!
Project tutorial by Fredrik Stridsman
Make a teleoperated rescue robot out of Lego Technic, Arduino boards, off-the-shelf DC and servo motors, and NRF communication modules.
Project for controlling a LEGO Train with Arduino and LEGO® Power Functions.
Project tutorial by Tiago Santos
Control Lego "Power functions" components with an Arduino board and build your project in the "Ready Maker" editor. (No code required.)
A programmable 6-legged robot with Lego, Arduino, and two off-the-shelf DC gear-motors for project-based STEM learning.
If you can control a robot arm with an Arduino Esplora, what would you move it with? I used mine to move small LEGO pieces.
Project showcase by ebto
Exploring for methane, for water and the temperature on the surface of an unknown planet.
Project showcase by B.E.A.S.T.-7th Senior High School of Trikala, Greece
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