Build an adapter so vintage joysticks can be used on modern systems
Project tutorial by RobSmithDev
A pedal board to send MIDI Program Change to my old guitar multieffect that has a MIDI IN port.
Build a simple shutter speed tester for film cameras.
Project tutorial by hiroshootsfilm
A simple 5 button USB keyboard using Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit for kids with muscular conditions like myopathy or muscular dystrophy.
Project tutorial by gtentacle
A thimble which, thanks to a GY-521 and an Arduino Leonardo, is able to control the mouse pointer.
Project tutorial by Magform
Simple USB to MIDI adapter based on an Arduino Micro or Leonardo, optionally with the ability to filter the MIDI data.
Project tutorial by Dennis V
Admit it, you always wanted to play around with a breath controller but couldn't justify the expense. Well, you have no excuse now.
Project tutorial by Costis
Convert a Kawai F-30 or similar to a fully configurable triple continuous USB standalone pedal. No soldering, seamless and reversible!
In this tutorial, you'll learn how you can use two serial interfaces to talk to Arduino Micro and the ESP8266 module.
by Advik Singhania
No more fumbling for the mute when you need to speak. Just hit the button!
Project tutorial by Chuck Tung
Arduino Based Theremin with MOZZI Library and LDR
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
Control any video game with this usb controller!
Project showcase by GadhaGod
Time-saving button designed to automatically leave a game of SC2. Options available to suit any state of mind.
Project showcase by Scott Clandinin
It's a remake of the Boulder Dash game made for a homemade Arduboy.
Project tutorial by Hilaire Guillaume
A simple and small music box with customizable tunes. Parts involved? Arduino Micro, buzzer and a switch.
Project showcase by I'm ST
Control your PC musical software from a MIDI keyboard.
Project in progress by Marco Merlin
This 'Arduino Fast Power-MOSFET Driver Cookbook' demonstrates three inexpensive options to drive large Power MOSFET's fast.
Project tutorial by ArminSchweizer
Wait for light - press a button. So simple but so funny. All our family plays the game.
We used the X-Carve CNC, along with an Arduino Micro and an LED strip, to make an AWESOME backlit skull sign for our workshop!
Project tutorial by Wicked Makers
Build a small and robust device with minimal effort, turning any jack plug footswitch into a USB footswitch.
Project tutorial by jetrock
Custom lights for your 3D printed lithophane case.
Project showcase by Ronaldedwinbyrd
Now you don't have to remember any of your passwords, and they are still safe and ready to use!
Project showcase by mPelectronic
A one-button USB controller for hands-free voice communications while gaming.
Project in progress by Gambatte
Being able to play Atari games like they were meant to be played in the '80s is really hard today, but possible with the help of an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Dante Roumega
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