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A tactile music wearable, made of ten vibration motors attached to your fingernails…
Project showcase by touchmysound
Replicate the 1976 KIM-1 computer on an Arduino. Pocket-sized 6502 coding! Use serial port, or add small PCB to make a stand-alone device.
Project tutorial by Oscar Vermeulen
A textile interface for controlling generative audiovisual output.
Project showcase by Luiz Zanotello
Cool thermometer using Sugru and circuito.io.
Project showcase by circuito.io team
A very simple circuit to activate four timed solenoids for automated percussion: in this case hitting resonant plastic pipes.
Project tutorial by touchmysound
Make propane-powered fire art that reacts to music!
Project tutorial by Monica Houston
I tell them I built a “phyllotaxis phenakistoscope” and they give me that puzzle look. So I say I built a super cool optical illusion box.
Project tutorial by Patt Vira
Build your own version of Banksy's "Self-Destruct Artwork Frame."
Project tutorial by Fablab_Irbid
A team of secondary school students from Greece use Arduinos to learn programming and their creations have enjoyed broad media coverage.
Project showcase by Team Roboholics
A chain reaction machine using micro:bit, Lego EV3, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, a light sensor, a color sensor, a moisture sensor, etc.
Project showcase by Mang Pandoy
It is a kinetic wall sculpture that spits a metal ball back and forth.
Project showcase by Benijordi
Viseesaw uses the figure of a seesaw, to show metaphorically the inequality of two physical, conceptual or social realities.
Project showcase by user20700377
We had to make a 'final' art piece for our 8th Grade Fine Arts piece around the theme "Labels". Arduino? Arduino. Let's go!
Project in progress by Elizabeth
Making a Holiday Lantern for which I can change its 'outfits' to different theme depending on the holiday seasons.
Project tutorial by vincent wong
3D model of a housing to hold an Arduino Uno, which has room for expansion, and is aesthetically pleasing.
Project showcase by Buddy Hensley
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