Got a 3D printer and a spare Arduino Uno or Mega? Make a working lighthouse for your home.
Project showcase by Anton
New sound and light for an old retro desktop jukebox.
Project showcase by flyingangel
In this project, we will print out Morse Code of a sentence typed in Serial Monitor by flashing LED for each word and space between them.
Project showcase by Team ONYX
Driving a dot matrix display with Arduino using data from a Winamp plugin.
Project showcase by raul
Automating traffic road crossing signal, will turn red only when there is some presence of pedestrians waiting to cross.
Project showcase by Adersh B
A "Magic Cauldron" that detects spell casting and responds with dynamic lighting effects.
Project showcase by Ian McKay
Pedestrian walk cycle will only occur when both lights are red AND button has been pressed.
Project showcase by FalcomDigital
A lamp which changes color according to the tweets of people.
Project showcase by Kaustubh Agarwal
Can a wooden block, wrapped in LED strips be turned into Rubik's cube?
Project showcase by ArduinoKoen
This an automatic morse code which can be used in different situations and projects like ( ROV, Drones ..etc )
Project showcase by Hussien Mohamed
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
A quilted fabric clock with NeoPixels, that tells time using an Arduino Uno!
Project showcase by Team Chris And Jessica Hogan
A simple Ping Pong game played on a NeoPixel Ring with Arduino.
Project showcase by aerodynamics
Traffic lights system for a two-street crossing with pedestrian lights, controlled by Arduino.
Project showcase by lmsousa
In this project I made a Morse code transmitter using Arduino and Winform application.
Project showcase by Alireza Karkon
Using one byte to hold all the color data for a single RGB LED.
Project showcase by Jason Cowin
A cool way to build an Arduino warm/ cool white lamp, based on the Octowide Digital Light.
Project showcase by Team Octowide
Using an Arduino, light detecting resistors, and RGB LEDs, I made a fun to use, miniature spectrometer.
Project showcase by Team RadSensors
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