Frustrated with the prices for high quality grow light systems? Let's design a fully controllable, easy to adjust, open-source LED panel.
Project tutorial by Dmitrii ALBOT
Here We are going to make a light cube which will change color accordingly with surrounding sounds. This work is featured in Hackspace mag
Project tutorial by Najad
A freeform interactive snowflake animated by Arduino Nano. Using 17 independent PWM channels and touch sensor it can create awesome effects!
Project tutorial by Jiří Praus
A colour changing lightsaber based on Arduino technology.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
I made this “Living Art” LED lamp from bamboo plywood and an Arduino-controlled 16x16 LED matrix.
Project tutorial by Modustrial Maker
An awesome open source, 3D-printed vase stand with addressable RGB LEDs that fade between selectable colors to light up your life.
Project tutorial by vorpalrobotics
I taught a class on Communication Systems using programming, machines and Morse code.
Project tutorial by Achindra Bhatnagar
Build a convincing artificial fire effect for the holiday season using NeoPixel LEDs, an Arduino UNO, and a cool mist module.
Project tutorial by Ben Eagan
In this project, we'll combine a gyroscope and NeoPixels to build a device that lights LEDs corresponding to the angle of inclination.
Project tutorial by danionescu
Portable LED panels let you dress us like your favorite 8-bit video game characters.
Project tutorial by Ben Muller
There's a front coming through! Cloud costume, complete with weather patterns.
Project tutorial by Monica Houston
Flashy LED decor lights that respond to your bike's motion.
Project tutorial by Leon Chu
This is my project about an Analog Clock on a LED matrix and Arduino.
Project tutorial by LAGSILVA
Low-cost outdoor lights with DMX control.
Project tutorial by Sebastian Wiessner
It's a dimmer switch! Create your own touch interface for controlling your Philips Hue lights using Bare Conductive's conductive paint.
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
Use the orientation sensor in your Arduino 101 to control a cool Petri dish infinity-mirror illusion. This project is great for groups.
Project tutorial by Lucas Ainsworth
Build a beautiful “infinity mirror” Illusion that you can control by changing this mirrors' orientation. Rotate for changing colors!
Build a 3D printed Lunar Phase Clock for your desk or nightstand.
Project tutorial by G4lile0
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