In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use Arduino LCD keypad shield with 3 practical projects.
Open your door with a special knock using Arduino, Android Phone and 1Sheeld
Project tutorial by Ashraf Nabil
Build your Nixie Tubes display easy.
Project tutorial by GRA_AND_AFCH
In this tutorial, you will learn how to drive DC, stepper and servo motors using an Arduino L293D motor driver shield.
Play video games on your laptop using your phone as a gamepad
Interfacing the shield with Arduino UNO board and fixing the touch detection and inversion problem.
Project tutorial by SurtrTech
A unique TFT shield expanding the capabilities of an Arduino Uno.
Project showcase by Alf81010
Using Arduino and Android
A little tutorial to make a digital photo frame, and also use the touch functions to navigate between images.
The Nixie Shield allows an Arduino board to connect any Nixie tube to use in your projects.
Project in progress by Marcin Saj
A quick and simple lesson on making a screw shield for the Arduino Pro Mini!
A custom made PCB fits onto an Arduino Uno. This is a game that can be played by two players.
Project tutorial by 22warehamD
Use Arduino with 1Sheeld+ and your smartphone as a Voice Recognizer.. push a button, speak and you'll see what you said on the LCD screen
Project tutorial by Alessandro Didonna
Send an SMS every time something moves in your room
Project tutorial by Burger
An accessory for a beginners programming course: The shield aims on providing examples for the most common Arduino programming use cases.
Project showcase by Nicole J.
Control everything from your phone
Adjust brightness of an LED with the PHPoC shield for Arduino.
Project showcase by PeterLee
Automated Photo Booth takes a picture and posts it on Twitter with Arduino and 1Sheeld at Cairo Mini Maker Faire
Project in progress by Ashraf Nabil
This project demonstrates how easy you can use the DMMShield from Digilent with all Arduino boards.
by Cristian Fatu
This example walks through connecting a Seeed Studio GPRS Shield to the Hologram cellular network using raw AT commands.
The way to create a high-precision generator from 100 kHz to 600 MHz based on DDS from Analog Devices - AD9910.
Project showcase by Grisha Anofriev
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