Use the Arduino Due to control a large LED flat panel display. And the software to create and solve mazes on it.
Project tutorial by Doug Domke
Relativty, an open-source VR headset with a 2K 120FPS display, SteamVR support, and experimental room-scaling. You can build it for $200.
Project tutorial by Max Coutte, Gabriel Combe
Play Connect Four (the common board game) against a robotic arm.
Project tutorial by DANNY003
This work the design and implementation of a digital system based on open hardware development board applied to heart rate estimation.
Project tutorial by javiergonzalezb
This project shows you how to successfully control a robot arm using the L9110 motor board, without using up all your Arduino outputs.
Project tutorial by adamsstephen
Using WiFi to control your Arduino UNO, Nano or Mega as a basis. Includes feedback and simple hardware.
Improved serial debugging, with debug levels and simple software debugger, to see/change global variables, add watch, or call a function.
Project tutorial by JoaoLopesF
On this sample I would like to explain why PID-control should be used for speed controls and how the direction can be inverted.
Project tutorial by tolgadurudogan
Learn how to develop a Magnetically Levitated Ball using MATLAB, Simulink, and an Arduino Due.
Project tutorial by MATLAB Makers
Arbitrary waves can be drawn, edited, saved, opened and uploaded to the Due via USB, or the Due can run alone controlled by pots & switches.
Project tutorial by BruceEvans
Innovative hande-made solution to build a superfast memory-card and/or data-storage device for a universal and multipurpose usage with MCU's
Project tutorial by Dave
We are going to see how to develop this real-time clock and temperature monitor!
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
Make simple math with arduino UNO
Project tutorial by Joprp05
Another TIC TAC TOE game for the Arduino.
Project tutorial by rom3
Make an R2-D2 replica and control it by an app you programmed. Add a Nokia interface which gives you the Star Wars characters info.
Project tutorial by Kutluhan Aktar
Use Bare Conductive Electric Paint, an Arduino, and the anduinoWiFi shield to make a system that sends a text when a leak is detected!
Project tutorial by Samir Undavia and Adam Cellon
Make a terminal chat client powered by the same technology as the Facebook Messenger mobile app and display your messages on your Arduino!
Project tutorial by Adam Cellon
It's a dimmer switch! Create your own touch interface for controlling your Philips Hue lights using Bare Conductive's conductive paint.
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
How to develop a simple but powerful IoT thermometer using a Zerynth-powered single-board MCU and the Zerynth App.
Project tutorial by Luigi Francesco Cerfeda
Dozing off in class and meetings? Prove why! Measure CO2 levels and publish to the cloud using anduinoWiFi and Adafruit IO.
We're pretty good at maintaining our code base, not so much at maintaining our office plants. We use Arduino to keep our plants alive.
Connect your anduinoWiFi to IFTTT. Control everything around you, or 'let go' and let random events in cyberspace control your surroundings!
Stop reflashing your devices everytime the WiFi password changes! Learn how to use anduinoWiFi and AP mode to initiate WiFi registration!
Get connected to Adafruit IO using MQTT! This project explains how to stream DHT22 temp data to Adafruit IO's dashboard!
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