This project is all about "How to build a arduino robot". this arduino robot called Otto robot.
Have you ever had to use sensors that use the I2C protocol, but realize that they all have the same, non-changeable address?
by Sherwin Chiu
Program an AVR-IoT WG board externally instead of the onboard debugger. I had to workaround as I bricked my nEDBG debugger on my AVR-IoT WG.
Drop-in replacement for Arduino's serial monitor with variable watches.
by Mladen Ilic
An experiment of using SEFR, a fast and simple tiny machine learning classifier to detect colors on an Arduino Nano 3.0 (ATmega328P).
by Alan Wang
Hii friends Today I will Show You How To make Music Relative Strip Light
by DIY Projects Lab
Standalone PC software to use your Arduino as an oscilloscope, supports up to eight channels, at rates up to 100 kHz.
Generates a completely random number utilizing an unused pin and the in-built random number generator.
This doorbell can operate without touch the switch.
by Akshay Joseph
Use the latest ATtiny processors in the Arduino Environment. These have the memory capacity of ATmega chips in smaller and cheaper packages.
by John Bradnam
Build a line follower using an LM324N with a backup Arduino Nano.
by Ajaya Dahal
Discover a line
by Ingo Lohs
Control 256 relays! Seeing is believing!
It feels awesome when you have the power to control things remotely.
by Shubham Shinganapure
Imitate musical instruments and make music with an Arduino and only few external components!
by Doctor Volt
An instrument board to control six relays on a sea vessel.
Writing only Arduino code, it is easy to set up control over experiments and display results on the VirtualPanel Windows application.
This project is a prototype of a smart home.
In this tutorial, I am going to talk about the PCF8574 8-bit GPIO port extender.
I found limited documentation on the usage of a color sensor I recently purchased, so here is my attempt to make it more simple.
In this project, I am going to make a LAN cable tester with just a few basic electronics components. It cost me just a bit over $3.
Make your projects colorful.
In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to get started with the small 0.91 and 0.96 I2C OLED displays using Arduino and NodeMCU.
Just before creating my next tutorial, which will be using a PIR sensor, I thought I might create a separate tutorial for PIR Sensor.
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