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
Replacing the old and expensive mechanical system with the much reliable and cheap electrical system using Arduino!
Project showcase by PuranSingh and PuranSingh
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
a cart that drives you to give.
Project tutorial by 4 developers
A board with 160 moving cocktail parasols.
Indoor golf terrain which is supported by electrical jacks and controlled by Arduino and Pi to move jacks and make terrain of your choice.
Project in progress by High Voltages
A beautiful Rubik's Cube solver built completely with Meccano parts
Project showcase by Team Meccano Kinematics
Creative approach to building electronic chessboard upon RFID technology, Hall effect sensors, and Arduino Mega.
Project tutorial by Tahir Miriyev
A table with 576 moving plates, decorated out of aluminum cans, which react with a camera in the manner of Daniel Rozin.
Project showcase by alain_haerri
Reconfigurable structures that enhance occupants' social and physical experiences.
Project showcase by Mostafa Alani, Ph.D
Super cool Rubik's cube lamp made to relax students in the middle of tense study at night.
Project showcase by KIMbAB STUDIO
I made this LED pendant light from plywood, LED strips, and flexible LED channel. It is controlled by an Arduino and syncs to music.
Project tutorial by Modustrial Maker
Moving and talking Raven Halloween prop that reacts to its environment.
Project showcase by pibyte
Highly-reliable platform for emergency control on mass events based on the Fog Computing concept.
Project showcase by SUAI/IHPCNT
Its a Scientific Calculator (4 decimal accuracy) with functions like +, -, *, %, Sin, Cos, Tan, arcSin, arcCos, aTan, log made using evive.
Project tutorial by Team evive: an opensource embedded platoform
SURFACE X is an interactive installation focusing on the moment when the self-created digital and our physical identities collide.
Project showcase by Picaroon
A presentation system based on RFID-reading rings, controlling the slides by picking up objects and walking on the stage. No clicker.
Project showcase by datatouch
When AVR meets AR and Arduino is combined with Google's Project Tango, an autonomous wheelchair is born to help improve millions of lives!
Project showcase by Dimitris Platis
Read brain waves and prints poetry on a small screen as long as you are focused and concentrated.
Project showcase by R Bandini
The Wheel magically turns & dispenses the worst fates from all your favourite fairy tales. Complete with sound, lights and mythic automata.
Project tutorial by Ian McKay
A robotic donation box that engages the donor and creates collaborative video art based on their donation.
Project showcase by Ian McKay
Turing patterns and repetition into a dynamic surface.
A roughly 3ft tall Strandbeest model made out of clear polycarbonate and controlled via an Arduino Mega over Bluetooth
Project in progress by Jeremy S. Cook
Programable tessellation units.
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