I built a face tracking full-auto nerf gun that shoots me in the face using computer vision.
Project showcase by adambeedle
An affordable and automatic system letting athletes time themselves or their peers quickly and easily.
Project showcase by Collin Wentzien
Cirkit Designer is a software tool that makes it easy to design, document, and share your circuits!
Project showcase by austin326small
Testing 2 sensors sensitivity according to sharp temperature reduction. How long do sensors need to stabilize accurate temperature.
Project showcase by Kamran
A small spider-robot with web throwing, climbing and swinging abilities (sort of)
You will learn how to use the Tuya Smart system to connect all your devices to the internet.
Project showcase by Diego Moreira
Control a servo motor hand with the power of a glove and DIY flex sensors!
Project showcase by Laurence Lai
Cool Origami Lamp Using Arduino Uno, LED Strip, IR Sensor Module.
Project showcase by Barqunics
This is a precise CNC router that I built to be as inexpensive as possible so that everyone can build it easily.
Project showcase by DAZ projects
This project was inspired from Naruto Manga/Anime. If the sequence of hand signs was correct, it unlocked solenoid door lock.
Track your face using OpenCV's facial recognition.
Project showcase by Shubham Santosh
A unique and stylish timekeeping ornamental use for the Arduino.
Project showcase by desertraven
I 3D printed the parts for a Robotic Catapult
Project showcase by tvtig
Project uses an Arduino Uno and a pair of stepper motors to wind tonewheel organ pickups.
Project showcase by themixedsignal
I built a 3D scanner that can predict whether peanut M&Ms have peanuts in the center, or are pure chocolate.
Project showcase by harrisonm
This is a manual and automatic irrigation system
Project showcase by akroid and tusham_agarwal
This is an updated version of the fire alarm I made. it includes a gas sensor and an app for control
Project showcase by ayanfeoluwaadekanye1
A simple menu configuration on an LCD display using six buttons.
Project showcase by danhostler1985
First optical toy (1832), which allowed to reproduce the movement of an image. Here motorized and reproduced with Arduino.
Project showcase by Guiye Perez Bongiovanni
Arduino analog read at 77 kHz, no interrupts needed. Graphical representation of data on Serial Monitor.
Project showcase by ArduinoKoen
An interactive installation made out of LED candles that light up in the shape of the silhouette of the user.
Project showcase by Front404
Bring down the technical and cost barriers of dynamic quadruped robot to a DIY pet.
Project showcase by Rongzhong Li (李荣仲)
Control and manage terrarium for geckos with Android, Arduino and Bluetooth.
Project showcase by Stefan Vasic
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