An interactive robot that anyone can make! Otto is very easy to 3D print and assemble, walks, dances, makes sounds and avoids obstacles.
Project tutorial by Camilo Parra Palacio
Read temperature and humidity values in a remote location and store the data in an SD card.
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Create a history graph that maps temperature values live on a TFT LCD in seconds. Just edit 2 variables and choose your graph's colour.
Project tutorial by Andrei Florian
The cheapest micro soldering station in the world, using a cheap USB soldering iron.
Project tutorial by Paulo Bruckmann
A simple device that turns the lights on when the user approaches home.
Portable project that displays the current temperature on an LCD display.
Project tutorial by Isaac100
Back up a file stored on an SD card to Dropbox automatically.
Simply click a button to receive your phone's geolocation.
Here is how to make an Arduino/Genuino 101 Bluetooth Low Energy thermometer with TMP102 and Blynk.
Project tutorial by Konstantin Dimitrov
Using Teensy (small Arduino) to power NeoPixels off of an electric skateboard battery.
Project tutorial by Ben Schwartz
Discover how to make an I2S Theremin based on the new Arduino I2S library.
Graph any data on your own 3D bar chart in seconds. Just edit two variables and personalise the colours.
The LED sequencer is an easy project for beginners to learn how LEDs work.
Project tutorial by Team thefantasticode.Group
Create a bar chart with your own data in seconds, all you have to do is edit 3 variables and choose your graph's colour.
I want to make a small car with the stepping motor. Now, control the stepping motor first!
Project tutorial by Haoming Weng
Uses a photo resistor to determine whether a room is bright, average or dark. It shows this using 3 LEDs and/or the serial monitor.
Project tutorial by DCamino
Have the scariest Jack-O-Lantern on your street by adding glowing lights and spooky music!
Burn everything written in the Blynk terminal to an SD card in seconds, anywhere the user is located.
Do you know of the famous WS1012 LEDs? The PL9823 is the cheapest LED that uses the same protocol of the WS1012. Let's blink LEDs!
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
A simple burglar alarm built using an ATtiny45. You can attach it anywhere and will it will inform when someone tries to steal something.
Project tutorial by Salman Faris
This is the next step with an Ultrasonic HC-SR04 Echo and LCD 1602.
Project tutorial by Ingo Lohs
Easy 'Hello World' with an RF 433MHz transmitter/receiver module and Arduino.
Project tutorial by hixel
An LCD buddy that reacts to you!
Project tutorial by aip06
A very simple sound card / synthesizer circuit using NE555 and MCP41010.
Project tutorial by Team Useless 98
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