A Tetris game for Arduino Uno and a 32x32 LED matrix panel.
Project showcase by RomanSixty
Magnet levitation toy using Arduino. Cheap and easy to make!
Project tutorial by jsirgado
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the 80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Project showcase by Jeremie
Chess processor with GUI dedicated for Arduino Mega.
Project showcase by Sergey_Urusov
An Arduino powered birthday reminder device that'll wish you happy birthday for 50 years on a single CR2450 coin cell.
Project tutorial by Vishnu M Aiea
Conversion of an old pinball playfield to an Arduino-driven, fully working pinball machine.
Project showcase by Frogger1108
Have the scariest Jack-O-Lantern on your street by adding glowing lights and spooky music!
Project tutorial by aams86
Create 2 tanks and battle them out, using laser light as the ammo!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
An exercise bike game controller: a standard bicycle and trainer stand, plus 2 Leonardos to emulate keyboard/mouse, and joystick inputs.
Project showcase by Tazling
Redesign of a cheap set of a kid's railway into an intelligent train with control from the Android device.
Project showcase by Steve_Massikker
Convert an Arduino Nano into a retro games console.
Project tutorial by bmcage
I designed and built a laser-activated NERF system.
Project showcase by MBcreates
Cut the cord and play retro games on your couch with an Arduino and nRF24 radios.
Project showcase by James Lewis
This project utilizes IR, or infrared wireless communication technology, to build a wireless keyboard.
Project tutorial by Amal Mathew
A new game in Arduino.
Project showcase by ohalgerie
ArcheAge gamepad for instant combos.
Project in progress by The Gamers
A new toy for your kid(s) so you can watch your favorite TV show without being worried that your kid will be bored!
Project tutorial by Rachelle Bosman
Magnetic Levitation, need I say more? Levitate some small magnets with a bigger electromagnet!
Project showcase by Hao Jie Chan
Arduino & Rapberry Pi based chess computer that uses Stockfish ,recognises piece positions using reed switches and signals its move
Project showcase by MaxChess
A standard sized pinball machine made using parts from the home store and pinball supply houses. The game play is controlled by an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Bob Blomquist
How to hack a Wii Nunchuk to make it work with Arduino.
Project tutorial by infusion
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