A Conway's Game of Life running of an Arduino and displayed on the 32x16 RGB LED matrix.
Project showcase by aerodynamics
Construct a pinball type game with a ping pong ball and a playfield made from solenoids, u-brackets, a continuous rotation servo and more.
Project tutorial by joesinstructables
Use the OmniPreSense RADAR and an Arduino to read surrounding speeds and even make part of flux capacitor replica!
Project tutorial by Jim Whitfield
The objective: a prop "bomb" for paintball/airsoft.
Project showcase by dylanraymond
Free to talk, kind-of busy or "in the zone"? Tell your friends and colleagues with this cute, battery-powered semaphore.
Project tutorial by Enrico gueli
This combines a two-axis joystick, a three-axis accelerometer, and two buttons into one package.
Rudimentary version of the Soliton Radar from Metal Gear Solid that can detect walls and movement around the user.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
Attach an amateur radio to this and the radio will regularly identify itself so others can use their direction finding skills and locate it.
Project tutorial by nfarrier
An Arduino portable console, equipped with LCD and fully reprogrammable.
Project tutorial by Team Mattia Colasanto
Test your ability with the Reaction Timer!
Project tutorial by Arduino_Scuola
A simple game using Arduino Uno, 16x2 LCD and a push button.
Project tutorial by SRP888
An accelerometer/gyro goes onto an Arduino board and transmits the angular motion of the board via bluetooth to a virtual reality app.
Project tutorial by Matthew Hallberg
Grab a couple of motors, a servo and build a cannon!
Project showcase by Gord Payne
Using an AWS Alexa Skill, remotely issue commands to a Particle enabled blaster (now with IR firing power for Stromtrooper and TV control)
Project tutorial by Tom
Measure how fast your Hot Wheels car moves at different points on your track or use it to tell how fast your race was.
Playing a simple Pong game with two potentiometers connected to an Arduino. A Python script on a PC is reading data and displaying the game.
Project showcase by Cody Brooks
This tutorial will enable you to create your own spin on the traditional Magic 8 Ball.
Project tutorial by Team College Bound
My attempt at bringing a bit of Fortnite to life!
This exactly what it sounds like: a little game for two players. the person who clicks the fastest when wins!
Project tutorial by icecreambear
Play classic NES games with your body!
Project tutorial by Paul DeCarlo
Here is the implementation of the pretty simple game - Memory.
The goal is to pick a sequence using just a brute force and your memory:)
Project showcase by Anton Nazarenko
Ping Pong game that are controlled by waving the hand in front of the console.
Project showcase by 4D Makers
Confetti everywhere! Who doesn't love confetti? (um...everyone?) Place the cannon in a strategic place and surprise your friends passing by!
Project showcase by circuito.io team
This game works with sound and is made for two people. The code can easily be expanded for more people.
Project showcase by Westpol
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