This April Fool's, one of our co-workers decided to get back at us with our own creation. The results lay before you. Enjoy!
Project showcase by circuito.io team
Measure how fast your Hot Wheels car moves at different points on your track or use it to tell how fast your race was.
Project tutorial by nfarrier
An automated DIY magnetic table hockey with obstacle detection to count goals and real-time scoring.
Project tutorial by evive
A miniature gaming console that lets you play snake using only an ATtiny85 and a simple I2C OLED display.
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
This exactly what it sounds like: a little game for two players. the person who clicks the fastest when wins!
Project tutorial by icecreambear
Arduino Halloween robot that can be controlled manually and autonomously. It can play terrifying Halloween soundtracks with light changing.
Project tutorial by amrmostaafaa
Use a joystick to control a classic drawing toy through two DC motors.
Project tutorial by millerman4487
Do you have a pen stand that just sits there and does nothing? Can we make it play a game/flash LEDs every time you use it? Let's find out!
Project tutorial by AdiK
A very accurate Arduino based Die-cast (Hot Wheels) finish line judge and race timer (ET) using IR LED emitters and receivers.
Project tutorial by MikeF1
Legendary Snake game on Nokia LCD again! Sounds, high score and settings menu also included.
Project tutorial by Stefan Vasic
This project was inspired from Naruto Manga/Anime. If the sequence of hand signs was correct, it unlocked solenoid door lock.
Project showcase by Barqunics
This game works with sound and is made for two people. The code can easily be expanded for more people.
Project showcase by Westpol
I used a potentiometer to control a game's avatar.
Project in progress by matejadjukic03
Convert an Arduino Nano into a retro games console.
Project tutorial by bmcage
Make your kid's battery-operated electric bike more fun with Arduino!
Project tutorial by ifeghali
You can play the game on a 8x32 LED matrix, and control it with the help of a joystick. There are two bonus LEDs, which are some power ups,
We're learning how to "hack" a bluetooth toy car by building a custom remote for it. using arduino and a gyroscope.
Project tutorial by danionescu
Ghosty and Skully can follow your face and they know when you are smiling to laugh with you!
Project tutorial by KDPA
Playing a simple Pong game with two potentiometers connected to an Arduino. A Python script on a PC is reading data and displaying the game.
Project showcase by Cody Brooks
Name on a box that lights up and has three different patterns that provide a cool light show.
Project tutorial by Pedro Mendez and Daniel Jablonski
Using an AWS Alexa Skill, remotely issue commands to a Particle enabled blaster (now with IR firing power for Stromtrooper and TV control)
Project tutorial by Tom
My attempt at bringing a bit of Fortnite to life!
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
An Arduino and Bluetooth-based Hot Wheels finish line timer to record cars' speed and determine the winner of each heat.
Project in progress by Unexpected Maker
Ping Pong game that are controlled by waving the hand in front of the console.
Project showcase by 4D Makers
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