Make your own motor driver shield PCB for an Arduino Pro Mini using an Arduino Pro Mini.
Project tutorial by Jithin Sanal
I made a mask for Halloween. This mask has an eye of LEDs and its mouth flashes red. This mask drops children there in fear.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Make a long range remote controller for your robot.
The nice Renault Megane III piece of engineering and Arduino can play nicely together, assisting drivers on lanes change.
Project tutorial by Mne
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
An old CB transceiver is converted to the 50MHz amateur band using an Arduino Pro Mini, DDS, PLL and OLED display.
Project in progress by hvde
A robotic arm that can be wirelessly controlled with a glove that contains IMU and flex sensors.
Project tutorial by Roland Pelayo
This device will allow you to open your door by asking Alexa to open it for you.
Project tutorial by Keith Caskey
The FlySky joystick is adopted to control the speed and limitations of the ramp of two stepper motors
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
A pair of Arduino glasses that can generate music / tone via a wearer's eyes.
Project tutorial by ashraf_minhaj
The CHPC is a minimal cost heat pump (HP) controller.
Project tutorial by gonzho
Making an Infinity Gauntlet to interface with my Artificial Life project.
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
Bluetooth and Android-based call indicator with panic switch for calling a preset number.
Project showcase by ratnaddeepjoshi
No need to purchase any propriety systems, this is a stand alone unit operated by a free App called 'LocoMotive'
Project tutorial by Falkland Bill
Step aside, an amazing six-wheel off-road robot coming through! Check out this Arduino-based wireless surveillance DIY RC robot.
There are a lot of Arduino-based metal detectors using various technologies. This is one of them that uses direct frequency measurement.
Project tutorial by Andrius Purr
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
Display made of LED strip. Displays the number sent by SMS. Arduino Pro Mini + SIM800.
A Hackster logo badge made with LEDs from Elegoo.
A two-wheeled, Arduino-based robot that rolls around.
Adding a moving red eye to the iconic Terminator Glasses.
We're going to learn how to automate electric shades (the ones that work with DC motors and are controlled by inversing polarity).
Project tutorial by danionescu
So the big aim here is obviously to predict the rain in the future. We'll build a system that does just that from scratch!
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