Replicate the 1976 KIM-1 computer on an Arduino. Pocket-sized 6502 coding! Use serial port, or add small PCB to make a stand-alone device.
Project tutorial by Oscar Vermeulen
Take control of your home in your smart-phone with the simplest ever home automation device.
Project tutorial by Prasanth K S
I have made this project using an old CD player's DC motor, Arduino Pro Mini, LED, a Hall sensor, and some other electronic components.
Project tutorial by ashish_8284
This is a beginner project in which we'll be lighting fireworks using
a Bluetooth enabled phone.
Project tutorial by danionescu
Use a 3D printed encoder wheel, LED, and 2 photocells to demonstrate how a quadrature encoder works.
Project tutorial by Shawn hymel
An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader/writer for making and writing disk images from and to old AmigaDOS floppy disks.
Project tutorial by RobSmithDev
The Thirsty Flamingo uses a soil moisture sensor and piezo speaker to help you monitor your plant's environment.
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
Sick of your laptop underperforming or burning you? Check this out!
Project tutorial by Dante Roumega
Type the correct code on the phone's keypad to hear the clue through the handset, then decode the message to finish before the other team.
Project tutorial by Sam Horne
Adding a moving red eye to the iconic Terminator Glasses.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
No need to purchase any propriety systems, this is a stand alone unit operated by a free App called 'LocoMotive'
Project tutorial by Falkland Bill
Use three stepper motors to make the classic analog clock movement in the opposite direction.
Project tutorial by scott mangiacotti
A Hackster logo badge made with LEDs from Elegoo.
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