Tito is a Bi-ped, dancing DIY robot, derivative from Zowi and Bob. Basically has been adapted to a standard Arduino UNO board.
Project tutorial by Camilo Parra Palacio
Develop a strong magnetic stirrer for the price of an entry level magnetic stirrer.
Project showcase by jdale18
A smarter way to get to school.
Project tutorial by Andrei Florian
Back up a file stored on an SD card to Dropbox automatically.
LED cube 4x4x4, 64 LED diode, 16 forms of work.
Project showcase by MakerRobotics
Learn how to submit your Arduino-based project. It may even get featured on the Arduino social channels!
Wondering if your cat is sleeping all day or running around the hood? Check it out with this tracker!
Project tutorial by Arduino_Genuino
See when your kids move their presents! Detector sets off an audio alarm and sends an alert directly to your phone!
Project tutorial by David Escobar
Sigfox is a French company founded in 2009 that builds wireless networks to connect low-energy objects.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
Entertain humans and pets alike with paper planes launched by your voice.
Project tutorial by Jonathan Morales Vélez
An LCD buddy that reacts to you!
Project tutorial by aip06
Log data to a text file on Dropbox whenever an RFID card is scanned.
Uses a photo resistor to determine whether a room is bright, average or dark. It shows this using 3 LEDs and/or the serial monitor.
Project tutorial by DCamino
Using servo motor control with a TV remote control.
Project showcase by eldo85
Security system for bike riders with tracking and send alert features. In case of accident an alarm is sent with position.
Connect your door to the Cloud and open it from everywhere.
A heart rate monitoring system that tracks your heart beat in "BMP" but I made a little difference by adding some LabView Visualisations.
Project tutorial by HRMS
Create your own code red button for use in simulation scenarios. Flashing LEDs and button!
Hello! I'm going to show you how to make an Arduino OLED thermometer and hygrometer* with DHT11.
by Konstantin Dimitrov
The force resistive sensor outputs the applied force to the Arduino, and we move the servo according to the amount of force.
by Anas Siddiqui
A list of simple but interesting DIY arduino projects for beginners.
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