Build your own Nixie tube clock/thermometer/display with ease.
Project tutorial by Grisha Anofriev
A four-digit seven-segment counter with three options.
While debouncing needs improvement, it's a good start to understand interrupts!
Project showcase by John Boxall and CesareBrizio
Dot Matrix Display is a matrix of LED connected in 16x32 pattern. We can wirelessly transfer messages over mobile to DMD using Bluetooth.
by ASHRU ABHIJIT PATTNAIK
Build your Nixie Tubes display easy.
Project tutorial by Team GRA_AND_AFCH
Are you tired of looking at spinning hands or plain numbers? This clock gives you the time in English!
Project showcase by NoraTheDoggo
Maze simulation for role-playing adventure using basic elements from Dungeons & Dragons.
Project showcase by Cory Potter
This project lets you write on an LCD using Morse code.
Project tutorial by GiHOxp
Gixie Clock is a modern device that reproduces the retro beauty of Nixie tube displays.
Project showcase by xingda
This digital clock speaks the time in two languages (English or Portuguese).
Project in progress by LAGSILVA
A Matrix Orbital EVE2 3.5" EVE2 TFT, a servo and an AMS Magnetic Sensor Dev kit to show an on-screen 270-degree gauge with 3D-printed knob.
Project showcase by MatrixOrbital
Create a cool watch with Arduino.
Your typical led matrix in a DIY shield! Only 4x4 makes it perfect for beginners/intermediate.
Project in progress by jaguilera_bad
The Nixie Shield allows an Arduino board to connect any Nixie tube to use in your projects.
Project in progress by Marcin Saj
Use your Arduino and build Nixie clock, thermometer and hygrometer. Beautifully made housing and easy to operate.
Basically a digital clock that can have the time changed at the press of a button.
Project in progress by Team SharKode
This project encodes serial messages into Morse code, and displays the characters on an LCD screen at the same time.
Project showcase by rajdakin
Arduino version of the early mechanical television, invented by Nipkow more than 100 years ago.
Project showcase by christopheArduino
Make your pixel art look delightfully retro using an OLED display. We'll see how to make your own image, and animate it.
Project tutorial by madnerd and labsud
An interesting and uncomplicated video player using Arduino UNO.
Project showcase by Basicus
A realtime battery indicator for your project without extra components or using any analog I/Os.
Project showcase by Arduino World
Want to test your strength, skill, and reaction time simultaneously? Do so with the enticing game of Light Striker!
Project tutorial by Team Pharout Fotons
It is a great way to see in real time how many subscribers are on your YouTube channels without always going to your channel to see.
This is smart dice of Ludo using Arduino Uno.
Project tutorial by msr048
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