How to get punched playing video games!
Project tutorial by Integza
Making the Shock Rifle from Unreal Tournament real!
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
Now you can easily control your model railway layout using a keyboard!
Project tutorial by Kushagra Keshari
The Chrome dinosaur game that is now on an Arduino LCD shield!
Project tutorial by Unsigned_Arduino
Use a joystick to control a classic drawing toy through two DC motors.
Project tutorial by millerman4487
Ultrasonic sensor will start Arduino playing Christmas songs while lights blink and a servo motor moves Santa Claus.
Project tutorial by andry_34
This is an Arduino controlled rubber band Gatling gun. It can hold about 20 rubber bands and it is operated with a USB game controller.
This exactly what it sounds like: a little game for two players. the person who clicks the fastest when wins!
Project tutorial by icecreambear
My attempt at bringing a bit of Fortnite to life!
Use the OmniPreSense RADAR and an Arduino to read surrounding speeds and even make part of flux capacitor replica!
Project tutorial by Jim Whitfield
Make your Echo Dot a lot more interesting than a hockey puck.
Project tutorial by grajohnt
In this article, we're going to build a controller that you can use on Steam!
Project tutorial by Ingeimaks Ingeimaks
Rudimentary version of the Soliton Radar from Metal Gear Solid that can detect walls and movement around the user.
A simple game using Arduino Uno, 16x2 LCD and a push button.
Project tutorial by
This tutorial will enable you to create your own spin on the traditional Magic 8 Ball.
Project tutorial by College Bound
This is a fun classical snake game. And if you want you can put it in a frame to make it into a gaming console.
Project tutorial by Arduino bro
Fun and easy green robot! Build a sun tracking solar array in under an hour. Bonus: charge your phone with free clean energy!
Project tutorial by FIELDING
Musical toy for toddlers.
Project tutorial by Christopher Monreal and Nick Udell
Name on a box that lights up and has three different patterns that provide a cool light show.
Project tutorial by Daniel Jablonski and Pedro Mendez
This toy consists of 4 buttons, 4 LEDs 5 potentiometers and 1 speaker. Toddlers can turn, slide and push to change the lights & sounds.
Project tutorial by Isaac Wolf and Sarah Worthington
This chest is made out of 3D printed parts and painted popsicle sticks. It's using an ATtiny85 to play the iconic melody when it's opened.
Project tutorial by Brian Lough
Playing robotics with children - customizing toys
Project tutorial by akitomi
Blow the cobwebs out your ears with this fun yet challenging logic puzzle with an IR control. Try and get all the lights on!
A simple and fun LCD game.
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