Arduino, OLED display and two buttons. All you need to build this mini-game!
Project tutorial by Alexander Blk
An easy to build LED cube with great animations that makes it worth the effort to build
Project tutorial by Doug Domke
Advanced but yet affordable end-to-end medical remote monitoring solution of patient vitals and influence by the indoor air quality.
Project tutorial by Marius Dima
Bob Ross + Arduino = :)
Project tutorial by sholtsnolts
An artistic alarm clock that uses and array of 7-segment displays to display large digits in a unique way.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
How to make Bluetooth Door Lock by Using Arduino
Project tutorial by Muhammad_Munir
How to make an oximeter sensor to measure heartbeat and oxygen saturation in blood, using a few components that any maker already has.
Project tutorial by Giulio Pons
An example of how to subscribe to a characteristic of a service.
Project tutorial by Avilmaru
Using the power of Python and Arduino, this detector measures and records user temperature.
Project tutorial by Raunak Singh
An ultrasonic sensor activated Automatic Soap Dispenser. Uses a LED to prompt 20 sec hand washing. Design compatible with common soap pumps.
Project tutorial by Athanasios Dimopoulos
Use a vintage rotary phone dial to control the volume on your Windows PC.
Project tutorial by Cameron Coward
How to make a chess alarm clock using Arduino, rotary encoder, TM1637 4 digital 7 segment display
Project tutorial by HeroLive
A cheap, safe and effective way to prevent the spread of coronavirus. It only costs $11 to build, and it could save lives of many people,
Project tutorial by Rucksikaa Raajkumar
A Lithophane Floating Lamp for your loved ones.
Project tutorial by Mukesh Sankhla
Alarm clock on homemade 24x6 matrix with 144 8mm white LEDs.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Play the Nintendo Switch racing game "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" using a real bike.
Project tutorial by Martouta
Display any picture or text on a 32x64 LED panel with just an Arduino Nano!
Project tutorial by CamelCaseName
Uses a smartphone application to control a cursor.
Project tutorial by Shubham Santosh
Just a normal mouse which will give you true feeling of gun firing in games.
Project tutorial by Teenenggr
Every 10 minutes it checks my position and if it detects that I am sitting for thirty minutes, it activates an alarm.
Project tutorial by ardutronic
This project uses mobile phone to communicate with a robot via bluetooth. It also senses obstacles and stops to avoid collision.
Project tutorial by alokmech007
A desktop tetris game using 135 WS2812B RGB LEDs and played with a Wii Nunchuck controller.
We will use our M.P.U. 6050 to control a Graphic unit or say Model Paper Plane, which is commonly known as Teapot, with our M.P.U. 6050!
Project tutorial by Mission Critical
Provide continuous info about room temperature, humidity, CO2 and luminoscity levels and turn on leds at the end of the work to relax eyes
Project tutorial by Diana Khalipina
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