This circuit measure the water level of a tank and wirelessly send it to a receiver where it is displayed using a LCD display and LEDs.
Project showcase by Manusha_Ramanayake
This device allows you to record current, voltage, and power values onto an SD card. Recorded data can help to create useful graphs.
Project showcase by Varun Chandrashekhar
This fully functioning Geiger counter was designed after the PKE Meter from the 1980s Ghostbusters movie.
Project showcase by mvonsivers
Pulse induction metal detector, built on the Arduino Nano.
Project showcase by Alexey
An Arduino based device to monitor the levels of combustible gases, carbon monoxide, relative humidity and temperature in the kitchen.
Project showcase by Mustafa Hesham
How long were we released from the gravity of the Earth? This device measures how many seconds we are weightlessness state.
Project showcase by hminowa
This device measures fine dust and NO2 concentration in the air while on the move and adds GPS coordinates to each measurement location.
Project showcase by Telina
How to build an humidity and temperature meter with time display from an old voltage meter casing.
Project showcase by Mr_Xu
FSM that allows to identify the direction of the object.
Project showcase by sergioluz
This is a very precise scale for any weight up to 1.5 kg!
Project showcase by mPelectronic
This project is about a simple movement detector. Whenever any obstacle comes in a line (predefined) a light will glow.
Project showcase by Sriram MN
An Arduino-based digital scale with HX711 and VFD display.
Project showcase by antiElectron
I’m on a mission to reduce the amount of noise my LulzBot Mini 3D printer makes. The stock fan is loud and it's either on or ON!
Project showcase by PlastiBots.com
Monitoring temperature and humidity without using a WiFi connection. Suitable for a chicken coop.
Project showcase by John Weers
With only an arduino board, two servos, and an hc-sr04, and some python, you can create a room scanner that is capable of showing depth!
Project showcase by Arduino “having11” Guy
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