We will use 4 LEDs, depending on the level of light that we capture with the LDR sensor.
Project in progress by Rafa Salvador
Build a proximity sensor using aluminium foil and a high value resistor.
Project tutorial by Amal Mathew
Neopixels make a moving rainbow when triggered by a distance less than 1 meter in front of an Ultrasonic sensor.
Project tutorial by Becky Ellis
Pedestrian walk cycle will only occur when both lights are red AND button has been pressed.
Project showcase by FalcomDigital
If you ever have watched knight rider you will remember K.I.T.T and his Scanner, we will replicate this using 6 Neopixels.
by Austin Detzel
Set up an RGB LED to phase through the colors of the rainbow, or use twist knobs to make a custom color.
Project showcase by 3 developers
Blinking LEDs with Arduino and some buttons.
Project tutorial by Super Kid
Riding bike is a little dangerous. With the direction indicators for a bike, cars know if you want to turn right or left. Make biking safe!
Project tutorial by Rosaliew
Control your home lights when it's ON or OFF using 1Sheeld.
Project tutorial by Nado Hollow
Make a simple but challenging badge with an LED matrix display and an ATtiny13!
Project tutorial by Team FabLabAQ
Three LED and a switch equals railroad crossing lights.
Project showcase by eldo85
Using Teensy (small Arduino) to power NeoPixels off of an electric skateboard battery.
Project tutorial by Ben Schwartz
This is a simple IR sensor block detector for model railroads. It controls three lights: red, yellow and green.
Project in progress by lecurtis
It is an amazing RGB LED light. It will be reacting on the music and will be showing colorful lights.
Light up three different LEDs using pulse width modulation corresponding to different ranges of analog input voltages.
Project tutorial by Ian Etheridge
It's not a light bulb, it's three LEDs attached to what (sort of) looks like a light bulb. All controlled by a mini-touch kit.
Project showcase by Maddy
4 RGB LED's That blink In A Row Of Colors
Project in progress by ddami
Color detection with Arduino and smartphone - output on RGB LED using 1Sheeld color sensor.
Project tutorial by Mr robot Maker
Create a light-sensitive, star-shaped RGB LED nightlight for your kids, your family, your friends, or even yourself!
Project tutorial by Unexpected Maker
This project detects changes in temperature based on your specifications, and then changes the color of a LED to the color of your choosing.
My first go at dead bug style soldering. A style of soldering where no PCB is used and all of the components are soldered together.
Project tutorial by wrightmac
Snap Circuits® makes learning electronics easy and fun! These projects are designed for younger kids who want to get introduced IoT.
Project tutorial by Daniel Porrey
Easy Arduino dice project, great for beginners learning how to create homemade functions.
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