Ever wanted to play with the computer that sparked the personal computer age but don't have the cash to buy an Altair?
Build your own!
Project tutorial by David Hansel
A Monster in a Box Halloween prop is a box or crate that appears to be jailing a monster which is on the verge of escaping.
Project tutorial by craig jameson
We use an Uno to control 36 servo motors and create digital animated artwork.
Project tutorial by Doug Domke
Make an interactive table that displays games, an audio spectrum, and animations on a 12x12 built-in LED matrix.
Project showcase by Antoine Rochebois
Create a cozy atmosphere by projecting the flickering of lifelike artificial candle lights on the wall.
Project tutorial by Mattias Larsson
Since the day I heard about and got to play with the Raspberry Pi a few years ago, I’ve wanted to make a Raspberry Pi-powered laptop.
Project tutorial by Dante Roumega
The robot navigates indoor, in a pre-defined path, with high accuracy, and allows its real-time tracking on a phone. No GPS, No WiFi, No Map
Project tutorial by Team oblu
Dynamic pattern tote bag for a modern dynamic lifestyle.
Project showcase by Team KIMBAB STUDIO
Have you started dyeing Easter eggs yet? We at ELEKS have created a smart egg printer powered by Arduino Uno R3.
Project showcase by ELEKS
Spy on cameras around the world.
Project showcase by carolinebuttet
Architectural model of a bus stop with automatic sunshade according to the position of the sun. It is also sensitive to rain (Version 2.0)
Project tutorial by addicttux
Peltier element + water projection machine.
Project showcase by lvd2002
You can make someone else's sunglasses see-through via BLE and check them out from far away, perhaps with your heartbeat.
Project tutorial by Kitty Yeung
A musical Geiger counter.
A machine mimicking human behavior at work. It pushes a button over and over again getting angry, bored and distracted.
Project showcase by Astrid Kraniger
Creative approach to building electronic chessboard upon RFID technology, Hall effect sensors, and Arduino Mega.
Project tutorial by Tahir Miriyev
The cake is a lie.
Project showcase by Little_french_kev
Installation that uses Wi-Fi routers to create sounds.
This painting change in each moment as new.
Project showcase by Eva Konya and Janos Magyar
Reconfigurable structures that enhance occupants' social and physical experiences.
Project showcase by Mostafa Alani, Ph.D
‘Do humans dream of machines?’ represents a negative feedback loop between human and machine.
Project showcase by Jonghong Park
12 foot in diameter, WiFi-controlled clock for stage production of Cinderella.
Project showcase by tnjyoung
uBUG: Bubble Unik Guillotine delves in sheer electro-magnetic POETRY (small u stand for useless!)
Project showcase by JHG
3D-printed Mark LXXXV Iron Man Helmet from Thingiverse. The faceplate can be remotely opened using an IR remote. Powered by an Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by iiMc204
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