Simple but meaningful project to ask a girl to be your girlfriend using an LED matrix & Arduino. (We aren't responsible for broken hearts.)
Project tutorial by Arturo Rosete
An ATtiny-based tiny USB lamp that can be turned on/off by knocking, clapping, blowing, finger snapping and shouting.
Project tutorial by Amal Mathew
Take a poor preforming flashlight and add great modifications to it in half an hour.
Project tutorial by Englishscone
A super-fast and super-bright flashing LED light, perfect for growing plants (and you can record the temperature too)!
Project tutorial by pipparichter
Create a light-sensitive, star-shaped RGB LED nightlight for your kids, your family, your friends, or even yourself!
Project tutorial by Unexpected Maker
This is using the laser transmitter and receiver to communicate, and using the Morse code given by the laser transmitter to the receiver.
Project tutorial by SURYATEJA
Control your home appliances through any remote very easily.Even you can use your old remote to control home appliances.
Project tutorial by Team gadget programmers
Tutorial of how to build an Arduino based illumination LED strip drive with dim capabilities.
Project tutorial by Rafael Finkelstein
Use an Arduino Uno to adjust the brightness of your Christmas mason jar lights, including candle light mode!
Project tutorial by Katie Kristoff
Build a convincing artificial fire effect for the holiday season using NeoPixel LEDs, an Arduino UNO, and a cool mist module.
Project tutorial by Ben Eagan
It's almost the festive season and numbers of shops have started putting out their festive decorations, I thought that it’s about the right.
Project tutorial by Ian Cumming
Arduino based 3D LED Cube (3x3x3) which can produce any light pattern with 27 LEDs.
Project tutorial by Praditha Alwis
A motion detection lamp. It switches on and off when there's motion.
Project tutorial by Izzati Azryna
Neopixels make a moving rainbow when triggered by a distance less than 1 meter in front of an Ultrasonic sensor.
Project tutorial by Becky Ellis
Stand out from the crowd with this unabashedly ostentatious excuse for a wallet.
Project tutorial by Alex Wulff
Make something nice and personal for the holidays with the help of individually addressable RGB LEDs.
Project tutorial by Arduino_Scuola
Let you co-workers know if you are busy or free, especially when you have your headphones on, by displaying your Skype status in an LED.
Project tutorial by Matheus Fenner
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