A low-power Arduino car counter that works by logging each time a car drives over a rubber tube across the road.
Project tutorial by Aetos999
Move your hand around - lights ON. Move hands over that again - lights OFF. Cool, right?
Project tutorial by ashraf_minhaj
Make a cool speedometer for bikes or any automotive by using Arduino, Bluetooth, and an Android Application.
Project tutorial by user334153146
There are a lot of Arduino-based metal detectors using various technologies. This is one of them that uses direct frequency measurement.
Project tutorial by Andrius Purr
Sunglasses that serve an even more useful purpose than protecting the eyes of the blind. They can help them detect objects in front of them.
Project tutorial by Team GardnerTech
A pair of talking smart glass, intended to help the visually impaired.
Project tutorial by Amal Shajan
Speedometer that uses a GPS for speed sensing and an RGB LED to indicate speed to the user. Also features a blinking white light.
Project tutorial by Jeremy S. Cook
So the big aim here is obviously to predict the rain in the future. We'll build a system that does just that from scratch!
Project tutorial by danionescu
Sick of your laptop underperforming or burning you? Check this out!
Project tutorial by Dante Roumega
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