OCS-2 is an analogue style synthesizer. Small, but very powerful and flexible, it provides an incredible sound quality!
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An open source VR headset that you can build yourself for $100.
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Bridging the gap between professional and DIY/hobbyist bench power supply.
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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.
Create an Arduino and Unity3D interactive experience with no latency! ⏱
Project showcase by Relativty
Last year I did an awesome Christmas light show at my school using only a few Arduinos and a program called Vixen Lights.
Project showcase by igorgaldeano
Relativty is an open-source project aimed to achieve VR democratization by the means of inexpensive hardware and abundant content.
Project showcase by Maxime-coutte and Hugo Garritsen
Teach ALL kids the fundamentals of AI and machine learning, through games and hardware and software design.
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A Boeing automated honeycomb repair system.
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An Arduino NTSC/PAL video display shield with integrated framebuffer and composite video output.
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Everywhere it's specified that A.Due has same pin layout with Arduino Mega, so you can use Mega's Sensor Shield on Due.
Project showcase by tolgadurudogan
I present to you a virtual machine with shell that can execute files compiled for it and work with hardware, such as SD, TFT, keyboard, RTC.
Project showcase by evost
The Lazer Room is the room that you can play!
Project showcase by curiosibot
Building a "one man band" foot pedal to control Ableton Live so my hands can play instruments.
Project showcase by daverusso
A simple rover for line following made exploiting the ARTe Arduino REal-Time eXtension.
Project showcase by stefano_maugeri
Makes your Arduino project into a neat, DIN-rail compatible device.
Project showcase by Ed Caceres
Uses an Arduino Due and a stepper motor + driver to control a slide whistle made of 3D-printed parts and PVC pipe. Laser-cut base plate.
Project showcase by themixedsignal
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