In this project, we will be using the power of RFID to tap into your garage door opening system.
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This Arduino Solenoid Tutorial shows how to control a solenoid using pushbuttons and a relay with your Arduino compatible controller.
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This Arduino Linear Actuator Tutorial shows how to control a Firgelli Small Linear Actuator using an Arduino compatible board.
Want to mix drinks with a push of a button? The 6-Shooter can mix and match combinations of 6 different drinks with a single pump!
Are you ready to add a little Arduino to your Halloween decorations?
With the Auto-Turret Project, you can automatically track down and fire upon your enemies! This project utilizes a Pixy camera module.
This Arduino pump tutorial shows a simple example of how to use a float switch and RobotGeek pumping station to refill a reservoir.
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Hunting is great exercise for cats and this random position laser pointer will keep you and the cats entertained.
Ever wish you had a robot that could doll out the shots? The future of partying is here with the Robot Arm Bartender!
Here we are with the classic RFID door lock. It's classic in that whole. We live in the future and take it for granted at this point.
Ever wanted to make a project that activated on a schedule? Using a Real Time Clock (RTC) is a great way to do it!
For this tutorial, we will be making a box that opens and closes using an Arduino and a small Linear Actuator.
The RFID Lock Box combines Arduino, RFID and a Solenoid to make your very own personal safe!
Mix some drinks with a robot arm! People love robotic bartenders!
Want a fancy way to learn with your kids or study for the big test?
In this tutorial we will use the RFIDuino Logger Program to log basic data from the RFIDuino/Geekduino.
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Using a TV Remote and an IR Receiver, we can remotely operate a turret! Let's get started!
In this guide, we will be adding Infrared Remote Control to a RobotGeek Geekbot.
Want a low cost solution to wirelessly control your next project? You can use an IR Receiver and an old remote you have lying around.
Ever want to just stay in your warm bed on those cold, dreary autumn mornings? Now you can!
In this project, we will be making our own Infrared Controller with two joysticks, two face buttons, and two trigger buttons.
Follow the sun with Arduino! In this tutorial, we'll be building an Arduino based Solar Tracking Turret.
Here's a simple project that you can do to get acquainted with the TVOut Library, and using an Arduino with RCA Jack outputs!
The RFIDuino Login Project for Windows will allow you to use the RFIDuino system to log into Windows.
This project demonstrates how to make a nightlight by using an Arduino, a PIR motion sensor, and PowerSwitch Tail to turn on a 120V light.
This Arduino Pump Tutorial shows an example of how to use a float switch, Powertail, and pump to create a sump pump system.
This Arduino Linear Actuator Tutorial shows how to do basic manual control of a large linear actuator using an Arduino and two buttons.
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Keep your plants watered even when you forget or go on vacation with this automatic watering system.
Every now and then, we find some cool stuff that we just absolutely have to try for ourselves.
This Arduino Pump Tutorial is known as the ShotBot Project, demonstrating an easy way to build a simple shot pouring robot.
Want to be cool like Simone Giertz but don't know where to start? The InterbotiX Arm Link Software provides a simple interface for Arduino.
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