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
A tactile music wearable, made of ten vibration motors attached to your fingernails…
Project showcase by touchmysound
An overview of the subscription process for Arduino Create Chrome App for Education. It works perfectly with ChromeOS and Chromebook.
A very simple circuit to activate four timed solenoids for automated percussion: in this case hitting resonant plastic pipes.
Project tutorial 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
Build your own version of Banksy's "Self-Destruct Artwork Frame."
Project tutorial by Fablab_Irbid
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
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
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
Make propane-powered fire art that reacts to music!
Project tutorial by Monica Houston
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
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
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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