The PTHAT has been designed primarily to fit and work with the Raspberry Pi, it can also be used with other MCUs such as the Arduino boards.
by Team CNC Design
How to use a PCF8574 as a port expander (4I/4O) polling of the buttons without interrupt.
Arduino UNO, Display, EasyDriver, Stepper Motor, Etc...
Controlling your project, like a Jedi, with the wave of your hand.
Use ESP-01 and DHT 11 to send temperature and humidity data to the server.
by 4 developers
Using the humble nrf24L01+ modules as BLE beacons to send and receive BLE advertisements .
by Pranav Gulati
The small MIDI decoder was constructed to support LED indicators for stops switches in software GrandOrgue or Hauptwerk (VPO).
Educational toy project to show how to write a simple object oriented state machine with your own class hierarchy.
Countertop lighting? No problem!
by TJ Blevins
Access GPIO of Arduino from RPi using Firmata & JAVA over USB (Serial).
Create a custom dashboard for your Thinxtra Sigfox Kit.
by Leonardo Ribeiro Gonçalves
How to go from theory to a practical working prototype.
by Marc De Loor
This project uses Virtual Shield for Arduino.
by Super Kid
Overcoming the one servo restriction and replacing switches, jumpers and potentiometers with software controlled variables.
by Kevin Gagnon
IR receiver and a buzzer.
Arduino how to - using BME280 (temp, hum and press sensor) I2C breakout from itbrainpower.net and Arduino 3.3V or 5V shields.
by Dragos Iosub
Lets talk about this Sharp Distance Sensor
by Ingo Lohs
This project is an automatic milk feeder for when it's finally born.
by amar axr
In this project, I am going to demonstrate how to use a potentiometer to dim LEDs.
by 3 developers
With the help of Firmata, the Arduino or Particle devices control from the PC.
Using an old VFD serial communication display for use with Arduino based microcontrollers.
by Luis Malavé
Queue management system no paper.
In this guide, we will be adding Infrared Remote Control to a RobotGeek Geekbot.
by Team RobotGeek Projects Team
This tutorial will present a simple way to control directions of robot with two potentiometers and several wires.
by Pierre Ruffy & Roxane Alexandre
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