Hand gesture control using Arduino Leonardo and IR sensors.
Project tutorial by najad
Using WiFi to control your Arduino UNO, Nano or Mega as a basis. Includes feedback and simple hardware.
Project tutorial by adamsstephen
I'll show you, how to monitor some hardware variables.
Project tutorial by zakrzu
A DAC is a circuit that allows you to translate numeric values into analog signals.
Project showcase by Arduino_Scuola
Halloween is near, so grab your Arduino, make an EMF detector and play with it.
Project showcase by Patel Darshil
Grab an Arduino and turn it into a Power Point pointer using an IR sensor and your TV remote.
Project tutorial by Hugo Gomes
Three ways to use Arduino as a USB to TTL converter. Helpful one!
by Patel Darshil
Easy to build temperature and humidity sensor with a cheap 2x16 LCD.
Building a MIDI instrument.
Project showcase by Daddy's Man Cave
Make simple math with arduino UNO
Project tutorial by Joprp05
ArcheAge gamepad for instant combos.
Project in progress by The Gamers
Connect your Arduino via WebUSB with an web application circuit simulator.
Project showcase by FreeGroup
Using an optical flow sensor to turn gestures in the air into mouse movements.
Project tutorial by Kristoffer Richardsson and Arnaud Taffanel
How about we connect an Arduino to our mobile browser, run Node-RED and Johnny-Five on the browser.
by Ron Dagdag
A walking gorilla built with EDUBOX kit.
Project tutorial by LOFI Robot
LOFI Blocks is an app and a robot recipe that will help you learn (or teach others!) how to control ROBOTS.
by LOFI Robot
Embedis is a library for creating simple embedded key-value servers using non-volatile storage like NVSRAM, FRAM, FLASH, or EEPROM.
Make an interactive project on the LattePanda, plug in sensors to make it more funny. You can also do it on your computer or Raspberry Pi!
Project tutorial by Haoming Weng
5 Minutes Commodore 64 Joystick USB adapter.
Arduino Mkr1000 + Uno + Leonardo + Java = Christmas shooting game.
Project tutorial by pc1436
This editor can be used for all DART based controllers.
the layout, wich represents the real machine, can be personalized and saved
Project showcase by DARTMOBO
This tutorial shows you how to control the screen brightness automatically. I use the LattePanda as a PC. Hope you like it.
by Haoming Weng
The PTHAT has been designed primarily to fit and work with the Raspberry Pi, it can also be used with other MCUs such as the Arduino boards.
by Team CNC Design
The task of this machine is to go straight with a flame sensor module that catches the flame and buzzer gives alarm.
Project showcase by giorgiorosso
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