On this sample I would like to explain why PID-control should be used for speed controls and how the direction can be inverted.
Project tutorial by tolgadurudogan
Brewing amazing beer is a balance of art, science, and ritual. The BrewCentral system makes it possible for anyone to do an all-grain brew!
Project in progress by IoT Design Shop
With this simple circuit the analog output of Arduino Due start from zero
Project tutorial by Giovanni Carrera
An open source VR headset that you can build yourself for $100.
Project showcase by Relativty
How to develop a simple but powerful IoT thermometer using a Zerynth-powered single-board MCU and the Zerynth App.
Project tutorial by Luigi Francesco Cerfeda
Raspberry Pi master, I2C Arduino gateway, software PWM servo, ADS1115 ADC and other sensors connected in order to water our plants.
Project tutorial by BME-AUT
Create an Arduino and Unity3D interactive experience with no latency! ⏱
Make a terminal chat client powered by the same technology as the Facebook Messenger mobile app and display your messages on your Arduino!
Project tutorial by Adam Cellon
Use Bare Conductive Electric Paint, an Arduino, and the anduinoWiFi shield to make a system that sends a text when a leak is detected!
Project tutorial by Adam Cellon and Samir Undavia
Ease of Python programming on the powerful Arduino Due.
Project in progress by AdiK
Innovative hande-made solution to build a superfast memory-card and/or data-storage device for a universal and multipurpose usage with MCU's
Project tutorial by Dave
Trying to revive an older, unique Pachinko whose control board was victim to fire sprinkler (water) damage...
Project in progress by spiwrx
LOccam is a light implementation of OCCAM intended for Arduino. It is ideally suited for multitasking, especially for beginners.
It's a dimmer switch! Create your own touch interface for controlling your Philips Hue lights using Bare Conductive's conductive paint.
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
Ever wanted to play with the computer that sparked the personal computer age but don't have the cash to buy an Altair?
Build your own!
Project tutorial by David Hansel
Lets make a programmable guitar pedal, using all the power from the Arduino DUE board with 12 bits ADCs, DACs and RAM memory.
Project showcase by ElectroSmash Team.
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