Shut the Box Game enhanced with battery powered Arduino which automatically calculates your odds of a successful roll.
Project showcase by TJWard
Make an interactive table that displays games, an audio spectrum, and animations on a 12x12 built-in LED matrix.
Project showcase by Antoine Rochebois
Dynamic pattern tote bag for a modern dynamic lifestyle.
Project showcase by KIMBAB STUDIO
Have you started dyeing Easter eggs yet? We at ELEKS have created a smart egg printer powered by Arduino Uno R3.
Project showcase by ELEKS
Spy on cameras around the world.
Project showcase by carolinebuttet
Peltier element + water projection machine.
Project showcase by vtol
A musical Geiger counter.
A machine mimicking human behavior at work. It pushes a button over and over again getting angry, bored and distracted.
Project showcase by Astrid Kraniger
Installation that uses Wi-Fi routers to create sounds.
This painting change in each moment as new.
Project showcase by Janos Magyar and Eva Konya
Reconfigurable structures that enhance occupants' social and physical experiences.
Project showcase by Mostafa Alani, Ph.D
uBUG: Bubble Unik Guillotine delves in sheer electro-magnetic POETRY (small u stand for useless!)
Project showcase by JHG
Switches as bits, a 4051 daisy chain as bytes, and a small 8-byte ROM for Arduino is made! A tribute to AGC's core rope memory of 1960s!
Project showcase by CesareBrizio
‘Do humans dream of machines?’ represents a negative feedback loop between human and machine.
Project showcase by Jonghong Park
A device capable of frightening my sister and compatible with other members of the family.
Project showcase by Alexis Santiago Allende
A ritual instrument of dying that can be played with when I no longer have any strength to use any other instrument. Until the last breath.
A presentation system based on RFID-reading rings, controlling the slides by picking up objects and walking on the stage. No clicker.
Project showcase by datatouch
An exploration of the future of illustration.
Project showcase by Sofia Aronov
The most famous droid in history built in a easy way.
Project showcase by Raul Antonio
Simplified the old school game like Fruit Ninja and put in a new canvas and interaction method.
Read brain waves and prints poetry on a small screen as long as you are focused and concentrated.
Project showcase by Roni Bandini
Create custom Bluetooth low energy controller with haptic feedback for VR immersion using Arduino 101
Project showcase by Leon Chu
An Arduino-powered telegraph as an external keyboard.
Project showcase by Dylan Todtfeld
émile is a writing machine using the Baudot code – a binary 5-bit code, predecessor of ASCII and EBCDID.
Project showcase by Julian Hespenheide
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