Unlock an inconspicuous chest from across the room with a secret switch!
Project showcase by Michael Guerero
Race through your office at the speed of light! A project inspired by the OpenLEDRace project by @gbarbarov, made at Xing in Barcelona.
Project showcase by Team XING Hackweek
A one click game that's easy to build and super fun to play!
Project tutorial by Unexpected Maker
Beat me if you can!
Project tutorial by RoboCircuits
When a Nerf gun doesn't have a scope, add a movable one with an Arduino and a servo!
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
Kill this terrifying bug at any distance with a laser ray! (Or dream about it...)
Project showcase by NerdFatherRJ
Play a game on an LCD display with any remote control you want. But watch it, it gets faster in every level.
Project showcase by mgbig
Reliable and proven sensors designs. Example of code. Recommendations for use.
Project showcase by Steve Massikker
Hugo just turned one, and to celebrate we bought him a Duktig kitchen from IKEA. I added a working microwave.
Project showcase by Myles Eftos
The next round in my birthday table decoration challenge.
Project tutorial by Thomas Angielsky
Make simple math with arduino UNO
Project tutorial by Joprp05
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
Tired of usual pranks? Then this is the best way to prank your friends in the dark.
Project tutorial by Chathuranga Liyanage
Simple useless box with Arduino and LEDs for mood effect.
Project showcase by brzi and Igor Putnik
Soak your unsuspecting friends with a motion-activated water gun!
Project tutorial by Engineering Is Easy
Make your own Simon Says game with adjustable difficulty, sound and random levels.
Project tutorial by Metonymy
Getting Tiny Tetris running on a 128x64 OLED display using an Arduino Nano or Uno.
Project showcase by BADFEED
A simple game disse/roulette with Arduino and a MAX7219 8x8 led matrix.
Project tutorial by Acidhub
Another childhood toy. Although the original was brilliant with its icosahedron 20 answers, now with an Arduino I can add as many as I want.
Project showcase by Ruben Zilzer
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