A fun, colourful RGB LED matrix with a twist!
Project showcase by Unexpected Maker
A freeform circuit sculpture of a snowflake. Driven by an Arduino Nano using 18 software PWM pins.
Project showcase by tyjoh_tech
This is a wooden Christmas tree I made, using LEDs for the star at the top and the garland on the tree.
Project showcase by Arduino_Jarod
An Arduino controlled glowing orb LED lamp with IR remote control.
Project showcase by Peter Wallhead
Everybody here loves binary clocks. So do I, so I made one for myself.
Project showcase by pdio
Arduino controlled auxiliary saddle bag lights for a motorcycle.
Project showcase by david schneider
Customised solar-powered & sensor-controlled guard lights to brighten up my apartment balcony that somehow does not have any lights fitted.
Project showcase by LIMPINGLIM
Coming MOTHER'S DAY. Do you have any gift idea? If your answer is " NO," do you want to give to her a gift?
Project showcase by TheTNR
It's a Morse code receiver base on processing the light signals.
Project showcase by Alireza Karkon
An Arduino logo engraved in acrylic with a touch sensitive aluminum LED stand.
Project showcase by MBcreates
Flashlight controller, 3 LED (White, Red, Green), 6 modes + and charging with solar panel. Consummation Power Off is < 1mAmp.
Project showcase by Chrisroy
Show spooky messages (inspired by the Stranger Things Ouija board) using a pan and tilt servo controlled by a BASIC program.
Project showcase by Peter Smith
Arduino Nano bike bag signals, controlled by a wireless (RF) RC attached to front handle.
Project showcase by Sam
A system to check if a remote broadcast system has connection with the studio (and shows us when we are on air).
Project showcase by WT040
More LED strips everywhere.
Project showcase by Scott Clandinin
Valentine week is almost here; it's a perfect time to build something for your special one and what else could be better than blinking LEDs?
Project showcase by AdiK
Christmas is near!
Project showcase by Alexander
A simple Christmas tree with 9 LEDs (+ 1 extra from Arduino board).
Project showcase by FLORICA Tudor-Nicusor
An Arduino powered Stranger Things light wall costume that can be controlled via Bluetooth serial connection to a cell phone.
Project showcase by Michael Barretta
The circuit was printed with the Electrifi conductive filament in 15 min. All 64 WS2812b SMD LEDs were attached to the circuits in 20 min.
Project showcase by Multi3D
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