I hacked a Pie Face game to give me complete control over if and when the pie is thrown.
Project showcase by HarrisonMcIntyre
DIY Infinity Gauntlet from cardboard (Reality Stone controlled light switch).
Project showcase by Ikhsan Ismail
You can shoot water from the water pump when you throw a punch.
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 XING Hackweek
Control 55 RGB LEDs on the tree, let Santa twerk, control a model railroad, bus and balloon, or send your personal message to the display.
Project showcase by Tobi_Lxtr and wotanzero
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
Relive your childhood memories with the new and better Tetris!
Project showcase by Archiev Kumar
I designed and built a laser-activated NERF system.
Project showcase by MBcreates
Redesign of a cheap set of a kid's railway into an intelligent train with control from the Android device. Project updated. Added sensor.
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the 80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Project showcase by Jeremie
Simple useless box with Arduino and LEDs for mood effect.
Project showcase by brzi and Igor Putnik
Treasure chest to store your most valuable things. You can only open it when you know the secret knock code.
Project showcase by Roman Mueller
Getting Tiny Tetris running on a 128x64 OLED display using an Arduino Nano or Uno.
Project showcase by BADFEED
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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