This is a class voting machine.
Project tutorial by msr048
A project using a car brake rotor as a clock.
Project tutorial by xXarduino_11Xx
This variation of the popular word clock is controlled by 114 servo motors.
Project showcase by mvonsivers
An Arduino noticeboard using a Bluetooth module.
This is probably the best project that can be done with this module.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
A desktop train controller based on Arduino for OpenBVE.
Project showcase by TSDArthur
How to make an Arduino-based mini compact radar.
Project tutorial by Sandeep Sharma
A unique TFT shield expanding the capabilities of an Arduino Uno.
Project showcase by Alf81010
A simple interface circuit to drive VFD displays. No fancy parts required, and runs on serial communication.
Project tutorial by screwpilot
An LED matrix with scrolling text built with a 74HC595, 4017, and Arduino Nano.
Control an MAX7219 with an HC-06 Bluetooth module and your mobile phone.
Project showcase by caius
We're proud to present our new project, “EPOXY RESIN LED CLOCK."
Project tutorial by TheTNR
Аn interesting unusual clock made from an old hard drive and an Arduino Nano.
Trying to build a cheap Arduino data glasses for everybody. It's working, and now it can even help to avoid accidents.
Project tutorial by Alain Mauer
There is no doubt that you will love this wall clock.
Customized Time Announcement and Wake-Up Alarming using MP3 audio files.
Project tutorial by Abe-Z
A clock with a real rotating moon.
Project showcase by Sephen de Vos
Make your own infinity mirror clock!
You can set a message on a dot matrix display by Alexa!
Project tutorial by Akihiko Suyama
These 84 by 48 pixel LCDs are what you might have found in Nokia 3310. And what about using them in the Arduino projects?
My 'Gorgy' clock! Enhanced with an IR remote, a TFT display, a barometer, and a humidity and temperature sensor.
Project in progress by Erik de Ruiter
4D Alarm Clock project is based on the concept of a digital alarm clock.
Project tutorial by 4D Makers
Weather Station based on Arduino and NodeMCU.
Project tutorial by miklas
Multi-purpose display: 4 Digits with 7 segments each. Each segment has 2 NeoPixels.
Project showcase by Nicole Jesse
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