An innovative wearable technology for visually impaired peoples.
Project tutorial by Muhammed Azhar
Simple robot to build, involve no pcb or proto board, no frames, just using a lot of glues.
Project tutorial by Martedi
In this project, we'll combine a gyroscope and NeoPixels to build a device that lights LEDs corresponding to the angle of inclination.
Project tutorial by danionescu
These Smart Blinds automatically open and close according to ambient light levels, and also close in response to heat.
Project tutorial by Froz3nArcher
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
Making an Infinity Gauntlet to interface with my Artificial Life project.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
Use an infrared sensor to sense eye movements and control an LED.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
A pair of talking smart glass, intended to help the visually impaired.
Project tutorial by Amal Shajan
DIY Arduino hot air SMD rework station.
Project tutorial by Alexander and Maker B R
A romantic project for Valentine's Day - a 3D printed sunflower that opens and closes in reaction to light. Have a Sunny Valentine!
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
The project I want to share with you today is an Arduino maze game, which became a pocket console as capable as Arduboy!
Project tutorial by Alojz Jakob
A water bottle that can keep track of your water intake and reminds you to drink enough water.
Project tutorial by Md. Khairul Alam
Step aside, an amazing six-wheel off-road robot coming through! Check out this Arduino-based wireless surveillance DIY RC robot.
Project tutorial by Jithin Sanal
How to make Pixie, a wristwatch that combines both analog and digital clock technology, with the precision of an atomic clock.
Project tutorial by Konstantin Dimitrov
Move your drone racing skills to the next level with these interactive air gates!
I made a eye-ball using LED Tape Neopixel. It blink and pupil is moved to the left and right.
Line following robot with RFID sensor for supplying materials and automating workflow - cheap and open source. Inspired by industrial robots
Project tutorial by Nikodem Bartnik
This ouija board gets a life of its own, with the planchette vibrating when it approaches certain letters - and it opens a lock!
Project tutorial by TheRiverPeople
A robotic arm that can be wirelessly controlled with a glove that contains IMU and flex sensors.
Project tutorial by Roland Pelayo
Wireless room thermostat with LCD screen. Two Arduinos, Pro Mini is master, Uno is slave. Now with Bluetooth accessible.
Project tutorial by Tamer Savaşcı
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
Line followers follow lines, right? But what if you put some LEDs on top and use long exposure? Well, you get this!
This explains how to control devices using BLE and smartphones.
Project tutorial by Anas Dalintakam
This is a homemade automatic cat feeder instruction. Simple to use and easy to build, no special tools or materials are needed.
Project tutorial by Rundhall
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