Control your LED on Arduino UNO using Blynk App.
by Patel Darshil
The built-in electronic components from an old Canon scanner/printer result in real maker delights.
by Ingo Lohs
Easy Arduino dice project, great for beginners learning how to create homemade functions.
This project will show you how to use an RGB LED.
Arduino and NeoPixel Tutorial appropriate for a beginner.
by Elijah Scheele
You’ll learn about IR protocol and how to use the IR receiver module.
Use at your own risk!
by Konstantin Dorohov
Why limit yourself to an angel on top of the tree when you can have an over sized Christmas ornament with 192 RGB LEDs blinking!
by Peter Brown
Learn how to interface a 4x3 matrix keypad and display its values to an LCD display.
by David A Riewe
A very basic intro into some very cool LEDs!
by Dante Roumega
Using Arduino/Genuino 101 to control the brightness of an LED through Grove-Rotary Angle Sensor(P) .
by naveen manwani
How to hack an ikea dioder to make it an IoT device. The project uses the mysensors opensource libraries.
A simple Arduino assembly that checks temperature and sets an RGB LED from blue to red.
by Benjamin Larralde
Light up your world with these programmable fountains of photons!
by Alex Glow
It is an amazing RGB LED light. It will be reacting on the music and will be showing colorful lights.
Build a simple LED throwie, then make it smart with an Arduino.
A simple project to show a clock on a wall with just one small laser and a rotating mirror.
The solar lamp is charged during the day, and they started to pass. Suitable for yards and corridors.
Basic setup and control of WS2812 led pixels for Hardware Hack Night Santa Monica.
NeoPixel's are awesome you can control hundreds, thousands, millions of lights with 3 wires (pwr, signal, gnd). Let's learn how to use them!
by Austin Detzel
A little tidbit on how to make smooth, step based colour transitions for RGB LEDs in Johnny-Five!
If you ever have watched knight rider you will remember K.I.T.T and his Scanner, we will replicate this using 6 Neopixels.
An easy way to add color cues to your project, giving you the versatility to light multiple RGB LEDs simulatenously with little code.
by Alexander Vaughn
Arduino based traffic lights using car lights delay to enable safe pedestrian crossing.
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