An interesting and uncomplicated video player using Arduino UNO.
Project showcase by Basicus
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
Control an MAX7219 with an HC-06 Bluetooth module and your mobile phone.
Project showcase by caius
This clock uses the first 192 digits of Pi number to display the time in a 32 x 8 LED matrix in an original way.
Project tutorial by LAGSILVA
Easy tutorial for the DS3231 module with multiple examples.
Project tutorial by SurtrTech
A 16x32 LED matrix displaying an evolving RGB countdown 'til the new year. A surefire way to bring a New Year's Eve party to the next level!
Project tutorial by Miles Nash
First, we will simply show some data on the screen. In the second example, we will show DHT22 sensor data on the LCD.
by Muhammad Aqib
A little tutorial to make a digital photo frame, and also use the touch functions to navigate between images.
Use potentiometer inputs from Arduino along with your mouse to control a rotational symmetry drawing program in Processing.
Project tutorial by eschulzpsd
In first part, we will show DHT22 sensor's data on the OLED. In the second part, we will display iPhone, Samsung and LG's logos on OLED.
Create a cool watch with Arduino.
With a Windows tablet, Arduino, and HC-SR04, you can create a graphical caliper to show the distance.
by Philip Ushijima
Interfacing the shield with Arduino UNO board and fixing the touch detection and inversion problem.
When the vibration module detects vibration, the lamp will go on for 2 seconds and this for 3 times.
Project tutorial by MichDragstar
Interface the 8×8 LED matrix and accelerometer. With the corresponding output from the accelerometer the movement of the LED is determined.
Project tutorial by Team Brink.IO
Temperature, humidity and barometric pressure showing a comparison to a previous point in time and graphing the trend.
Project showcase by ragingradish
An alarm clock using a DS1302 RTC and a buzzer. You can set the RTC by a keypad as well as set the alarm.
The simplest Arduino LCD clock ever designed. Only needs an Arduino UNO, a 1602 LCD, and two buttons. No resistors, no potentiometer.
Project tutorial by plouc68000
This project demonstrates the use of electronics and embedded system with clock.
Project tutorial by the lonely programmer
With zero's, o's and few dashes, we can animate an LCD to make a retro-ish face that has blinking eyes and stuff.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
Gixie Clock is a modern device that reproduces the retro beauty of Nixie tube displays.
Project showcase by xingda
This is smart dice of Ludo using Arduino Uno.
Project tutorial by msr048
Another type of clock, which needs a bit of thinking, before you can read it...
Project tutorial by Marc De Loor
By using this color TFT LCD shield, we can show characters, strings, button interfacing, bitmap images, etc. on the color TFT LCD.
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