An innovative wearable technology for visually impaired peoples.
Project tutorial by Muhammed Azhar
Type the correct code on the phone's keypad to hear the clue through the handset, then decode the message to finish before the other team.
Project tutorial by Sam Horne
Adding a moving red eye to the iconic Terminator Glasses.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader/writer for making and writing disk images from and to old AmigaDOS floppy disks.
Project tutorial by RobSmithDev
A two-wheeled, Arduino-based robot that rolls around.
Project tutorial by ashraf_minhaj
This alarm clock is an attempt to get our toddler to stay quiet in the morning while we try to continue sleeping.
Project tutorial by Patrick Prescott
A pair of talking smart glass, intended to help the visually impaired.
Project tutorial by Amal Shajan
DIY Arduino hot air SMD rework station.
Project tutorial by Alexander and Maker B R
Let's build an Arduino FM Radio with a 3D printed Art Deco style enclosure!
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
So the big aim here is obviously to predict the rain in the future. We'll build a system that does just that from scratch!
Project tutorial by danionescu
Simple robot to build, involve no pcb or proto board, no frames, just using a lot of glues.
Project tutorial by Martedi
We're going to learn how to automate electric shades (the ones that work with DC motors and are controlled by inversing polarity).
IoT sensing, notifications, and analytics platform for urban and large-scale agriculture with automated irrigation, using Sigfox technology.
Project tutorial by Eduardo Oliver and Victor Altamirano
A romantic project for Valentine's Day - a 3D printed sunflower that opens and closes in reaction to light. Have a Sunny Valentine!
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
A soft switch with integrated energy monitoring enabling spark free switching for electric vehicles and drones.
Project tutorial by Vishwas Navada
A walking four legged robot "mammal style." 3DOF legs, IR receiver all connected to a Pro Mini. Material cost less than $100.
Project tutorial by StaffanEk
Make a program for the Arduino Pro Mini in Visual Studio to control motor speed with PID which can archive it exactly.
Project tutorial by whitebank
Move your hand around - lights ON. Move hands over that again - lights OFF. Cool, right?
Use an infrared sensor to sense eye movements and control an LED.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Use three stepper motors to make the classic analog clock movement in the opposite direction.
Project tutorial by scott mangiacotti
Imagine a plague doctor, but like in a cyberpunk post-apocalyptic future. It combines a plague doctor mask and a gas mask, and lights up!
Project tutorial by Cameron Coward
Cool little Pocket Metal Locator sensitive enough to identify small nails and tacks in wood with four independent search coils and LEDs.
Project tutorial by NZDoug
Just how powerful is that plane?
Project tutorial by Robert Korn
Line following robot with RFID sensor for supplying materials and automating workflow - cheap and open source. Inspired by industrial robots
Project tutorial by Nikodem Bartnik
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