A DIY pinwheel controlled by Arduino using a DC motor recycled from a portable CD player.
Project tutorial by Francesco Guerri
The MicroView is a simple Arduino-based board that has a mini screen and pins for input and output. I've used this to make a digital dice.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
This tutorial shows how to make a simple door prank using an Arduino board and 1Sheeld.
Project tutorial by Zowail
Learn how to create your own Mystery Box, that will open only by interacting with the three inputs.
Project tutorial by Dragos
When you have no friends, you build a machine to fist bump you instead.
Project tutorial by Team Carson and Daniel
Inspired by shaming Cersei in Game of Thrones, I built a shaming button to mess with my co-workers.
Project tutorial by Amr Saleh
This is a fun and relatively simple prank that is ideal to use anywhere. It is fairly simple to build using circuito.io and arduino.
Project tutorial by Robin Kanattu Thomas
Making a smartphone ask questions that somebody answers to get the gift, but the gift is being sprayed with water.
Project tutorial by raef_madin
Dance Dance Revolution pad play with a smartphone via Arduino and 1Sheeld.
Use an Arduino NeoPixel matrix to create a simple 1 player pong game!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
Arduino Mkr1000 + Uno + Leonardo + Java = Christmas shooting game.
Project tutorial by pc1436
Make your own Simon Says game with adjustable difficulty, sound and random levels.
Project tutorial by Metonymy
Take a chance against up to two others! Roll and then move along the board, gaining points from mini games by using a phone.
BreakoutBros Halloween Special: A RF remote controlled Jack-o-Lantern
Project tutorial by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
Here's a simple project that you can do to get acquainted with the TVOut Library, and using an Arduino with RCA Jack outputs!
Project tutorial by Team RobotGeek Projects Team
Trick n’ Scream!
Project tutorial by Team FD
An electronic dice that does not take away the thrill of the roll. The motion data from a roll generates a random number shown on LED's.
Project tutorial by Tisham Dhar
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
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