Any nixie tubes can be used in this design. The design is based on universal nixie tube sockets.
by Marcin Saj
Building of secured device-to-cloud channel with Arduino Nano Every, Sim7000E NB-IoT Hat, and Luner IoT SIM with SAFE2 applet.
Yes it is, but this one has Bluetooth and other great features!
Project showcase by ccooper
A simple, small piano that is not only small as the name implies, but it runs off of the Arduino Nano Every.
by Christian Madlansacay
This stroboscope is a precise and versatile instrument which can be used to analyze periodic or fast motions.
Project tutorial by frenchy22
Two stepper motors and an Arduino to turn around an SMD part.
Project showcase by Staf Van Gestel
Aren't they stunning?
Project tutorial by Whity
Saving my parents marriage (metaphorically speaking).
Open a garage door using only hand gestures!
Project tutorial by 3 developers
A cap used to detect and notify you if someone from behind comes closer to you in offices, grocery shops, public transport places, etc.
Project tutorial by Manivannan
A flexible, extensible platform for COVID-19 testing - quick and easy detection and tracing in the developing world using CRISPR tests.
Project tutorial by Rick Rogers
Scare infiltrators of your room!
Project tutorial by GadhaGod
Sniff-out the real tooter.
Project showcase by GadhaGod
A physical and portable LED sign in the shape of the Astralis logo.
Project showcase by Uberibsen
Data logging from two electricity meters (type "eHZ") simultaneously and store data (time and value of reading) to an SD card.
Project tutorial by torstengeppert
This is my Clyon Raider kit to which I added Arduino controlled internal lighting.
Project showcase by steveQlQ
Control your room lighting system and display weather information via specifically developed Android app and a uniquely designed PCB.
Project tutorial by Kutluhan Aktar
Use your Arduino board and drive as many nixie tubes you want.
Project tutorial by Marcin Saj
Make it play "La Cucaracha" when your door closes
Project tutorial by Enrique
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.
This project is an Arduino-controlled, 3D-printed functional Nerf replica of the Kang Tao Gun from the upcoming video game Cyberpunk 2077.
Project tutorial by Clark3DPR
Our Gnome becomes a weather forecaster with an Arduino Nano Every and a pressure sensor. Get your local forecast without the internet.
Project tutorial by Arduino_Genuino
It has some LEDs inside something that refracts.
Project showcase by lebo
Our Gnome is ready to follow you in your travels and keep track of all the places you visit, thanks to a GPS shield and the Nano Every.
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