Chess processor with GUI dedicated for Arduino Mega.
Project showcase by Sergey_Urusov
Light sculpture that represents a training artificial neural network in its simplest architecture.
Project showcase by Astrid Kraniger
Easily include oscilloscope and frequency counter diagnostics into your own project.
Project showcase by Veldekiaan
How far and fast can my gerbils, Snuggles and Gingy, run? IR sensor odometer, with ePaper display of daily stats.
Project showcase by hackminster
émile is a writing machine using the Baudot code – a binary 5-bit code, predecessor of ASCII and EBCDID.
Project showcase by Julian Hespenheide
Designing, fabricating, and coding of a responsive facade system.
Project showcase by Mostafa Alani, Ph.D
‘Do humans dream of machines?’ represents a negative feedback loop between human and machine.
Project showcase by Jonghong Park
A super-sized version of our popular "Vorpal the Hexapod" project. Twice the size and ten times the fun! Scratch enabled for education.
Project showcase by vorpalrobotics
A simple yet real size robotic hand ready for custom programming.
Project showcase by hannu_hell
A simple FM radio with a display that shows the frequency and audio amplifier.
Project showcase by Tauno Erik
The sweet Portuguese Regina chocolate game. My electronic version.
Project showcase by pmrleite
A pen plotter adapted with a brush to paint in oil.
Project showcase by Guiye Perez Bongiovanni
Weather forecast clock made from a Nano, a salvaged alarm, a BME280 sensor, a DS1307 RTC, an old cell phone battery, and Nokia 5110 screen.
Project showcase by LenkaDesign
Arduino version of the early mechanical television, invented by Nipkow more than 100 years ago.
Project showcase by christopheArduino
A digital rebirth! Turned a salvaged Korg PS3100 analog synth panel into a controller for Full Bucket FB3100 synth plugin.
Project showcase by kboutorabi
Interactive snake enclosure that is temperature and humidity controlled and uses lat-long to mimic natural light cycles, with an online cam.
Project showcase by hagakure
In 1884 Nipkow invented a method to capture and view a moving image. This project uses the same disk to generate a moving digital image.
How hard can you throw a ball In this project, we discover the wonderful world of acceleration.
Project showcase by Zeijlon Systems
A 3D-printed, open source, Arduino-based, Bluetooth-controlled, Scratch-programmable, six-legged robot built for games, education, and fun!
Project showcase by Vorpal Robotics, LLC
Christmas is coming and you know we had to build something that would put the entire neighborhood into the Christmas spirit!
Project showcase by Savva Osipov
Dynamic pattern tote bag for a modern dynamic lifestyle.
Project showcase by Team KIMBAB STUDIO
Simple, easy to assemble, programming and use with block structure, Arduino-based soldering station.
Project showcase by lazyvlad
An exercise bike game controller: a standard bicycle and trainer stand, plus 2 Leonardos to emulate keyboard/mouse, and joystick inputs.
Project showcase by Tazling
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