This robot car follows voice command with the help of mobile for serial communication.
Project tutorial by aakash11
How To Make a Stepper Motor Speed Controller using Arduino and L298 Motor Driver
Project tutorial by Muhammad Ansar
How to make a Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System using Arduino and dht11
Design of an indicative featured and speed controlled obstacle avoiding robot.
Project tutorial by Maverick
How to make Power Saving Automatic Room Light Control using Arduino and Ultrasonic Sensor
How to make diffrent patterns for LED Cube 4x4x4 with shift registers
Project tutorial by viliamk
How to make a Car Speed Detector using Arduino and IR Sensor
LCD Screens and the Arduino Uno
Project tutorial by Mahamudul Karim Khondaker
How to make a LED Spirit Level using Arduino and MPU6050 | LED Spirit Level
If you want a device that could measure your heart beat and plot its curve trace on an OLED display, then this will be your best guide.
Project tutorial by DIY GUY Chris
In this article, we're going to build a controller that you can use on Steam!
Project tutorial by Ingeimaks Ingeimaks
How to make Arduino based Home Appliance Control Using Android Application | Home Automation Project
How to make Touch and Android Application Controlled switch board | Bluetooth based Home Automation
A4 size CNC 2D Plotter using Processing, Arduino, L298 and Stepper Motor | A4 CNC Plotter
How to make RF Remote Control For Home Appliances and How to Decode 315MHz RF Remote
How to make Countdown Timer Relay using Arduino and 16x2 LCD Display
Do you want to create your own robot? Then this is your best guide. This is a smart robot controlled by an Android app so easy to build.
This tutorial will enable you to create your own spin on the traditional Magic 8 Ball.
Project tutorial by Team College Bound
This time we are going to make the casing for a remote control made with Arduino Micro, IR-sensor and an LED.
Project tutorial by kengdahl
In this tutorial we show some techniques to avoid warping.
Learn how to perfect the first and most important layer of a print by using the “skirt”-feature.
A LEGO compatible case for the Arduino Micro to be used together with the Arduino based LEGO power function IR-receiver.
This is part of a Lego themed series of tutorials.
There are many things you can fix around the house with a 3D printer. I’m going to fix the button on our microwave oven in the office.
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