Arduino Project: How to make a Fidget Spinner RPM counter with Hall-effect sensor.
by Andriy Baranov
Make your own gesture-controlled Wizard's Walking Staff that lights up to different spells when you perform gestures. You shall not pass!
Project tutorial by Lucas Ainsworth
Get the speed of your die-cast toy car!
Project showcase by NerdFatherRJ
Here you make an artifically intelligent game opponent.
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
Using an Adafruit compass/accelerometer and an 80-decibel alarm, this project prevents thieves from stealing your backpack.
Project tutorial by Tomi Chen
New Arduino game for two players.
Project showcase by MakerRobotics
Introducing a super easy automated control labyrinth marble maze.
Project tutorial by AhmedAzouz
"Lottery Winner" for Arduino creates a sequence of non-repeating pseudo-random numbers for lottery or other applications.
Project tutorial by LAGSILVA
Reliable and proven sensors designs. Example of code. Recommendations for use.
Project showcase by Steve Massikker
Have you ever asked your self "how much time do I take in seeing something and reacting to it?", well this project lets you find out.
Project tutorial by Jayraj Desai
Every Day is a Great Day for a Gift! Design your own Giftduino and give it to someone special.
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
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
In this project, we’ll use RGB LEDs, an environment sensor, and an Arduino Nano to send a message or make an alarm with colored lights.
Project tutorial by ElectroPeak
Let’s settle once and for all - who is the fastest chugger of ‘em all?
Create the classic Simon Says game on a breadboard. This is the first part of a breadboard to PCB project using Upverter.
Project tutorial by Katie Kristoff and Monica Houston
A one click game that's easy to build and super fun to play!
Project tutorial by Unexpected Maker
Snap Circuits® makes learning electronics easy and fun! These projects are designed for younger kids who want to get introduced IoT.
by Daniel Porrey
A fun pocket-sized travel game for any age. Try your luck and make the light stop on the green LED.
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
In this tutorial, I am going to show how you can make combinational lock using push button and Arduino.
Project tutorial by Asim Zulfiqar and High Voltages
This makes a memory game using a memory array numbers.
Hunting is great exercise for cats and this random position laser pointer will keep you and the cats entertained.
Project tutorial by RobotGeek Projects Team
When someone goes for a quick facial tissue, the box moves away unexpectedly!
Halloween is near, so grab your Arduino, make an EMF detector and play with it.
Project showcase by Patel Darshil
Using a TV Remote and an IR Receiver, we can remotely operate a turret! Let's get started!
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