Project tutorial by Homer
Arduino and easy to use photo occupancy sensors simplify control of the grade crossing signals and sound effects on a model railroad.
Project in progress by KevinMcArthur
A one-button USB controller for hands-free voice communications while gaming.
Project in progress by Gambatte
Being able to play Atari games like they were meant to be played in the '80s is really hard today, but possible with the help of an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Dante Roumega
Hugo just turned one, and to celebrate we bought him a Duktig kitchen from IKEA. I added a working microwave.
Project showcase by Myles Eftos
Angry at the office? Use this customizable keyboard button that you can punch.
Project tutorial by Amal Mathew
From now on, you don't need to worry about eyes. This pair of glasses is here to automatically protect your eyes!
Project tutorial by ashraf_minhaj
An easy and simple way to replace your normal board game dice.
Project tutorial by xXarduino_11Xx
Using an Adafruit compass/accelerometer and an 80-decibel alarm, this project prevents thieves from stealing your backpack.
Project tutorial by Tomi Chen
Tamaguino was one of my first Arduino projects and my first game developed to run on a microcontroller.
Project tutorial by Alojz Jakob
5 Minutes Commodore 64 Joystick USB adapter.
I was commissioned to create a quiz buzzer that would be used in a video shoot.
Project showcase by LIMPINGLIM
Cut the cord and play retro games on your couch with an Arduino and nRF24 radios.
Project showcase by James Lewis
This project utilizes IR, or infrared wireless communication technology, to build a wireless keyboard.
ArcheAge gamepad for instant combos.
Project in progress by Team The Gamers
A new toy for your kid(s) so you can watch your favorite TV show without being worried that your kid will be bored!
Project tutorial by Rachelle Bosman
The next round in my birthday table decoration challenge.
Project tutorial by Thomas Angielsky
We needed a doorbell for our office's freight elevator.
Project tutorial by Alex Glow
A fun maze game for Arduino (optimized for Esplora) that uses a large map.
Project showcase by gmussi
It is the remake of the classic game Digit Invader with a Casio calculator MG-880.
Project tutorial by kwx
Dear friends,In this Tutorial we are going to build an Arduino powered Game. It is the classic Pong Game! You can play against the co...
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
Use the Nunchuck from a Wii console to control lights and sounds!
Project showcase by jsheng
Interactive Conway's Game of Life on Arduino Esplora with LCD display.
Do you love playing Settlers of Catan? You'll love it even more with this Arduino Dice!
Project tutorial by joshi
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