Learn how to solder and debounce a switch.
Project tutorial by Jennifer Chen
A simple self contained Scalar Network Analyzer. It is used for testing and alignment of RF circuits, including amplifiers and filters.
Project showcase by DuWayne Schmidlkofer
Logic Analyzer, for arduino and other AVR with a very nice working processing interface, you could run it also on any android device.
Project tutorial by Vincenzo G.
Make the smallest Arduino possible with just an ATtiny85 8-pin DIL-IC running in 8MHz from an internal Oscillator.
by Kristian Blåsol
This is a mostly printed 3D Printer very suitable for a hobbyist. It's an easy and cheap way to get into 3D printing.
Project showcase by John Weers
I used a Raspberry Pi 2 to make a mini data acquisition system that fits inside of a lunchbox.
Project showcase by Josh Makatura
The Arduino is simple, cheap and power efficient but has limitations. Sometimes, you may want to have more than one access your I2C bus.
by Chip McClelland
A simple and inexpensive solution is to use a 'mobile power bank'
by Giovanni Carrera
Measure rotation speed (RPM) with Optocoupler and Encoder disk and Arduino - Quick and Easy!
by Boian Mitov
by Alex Glow
This tester can be used for NiCd, NiMh, and all flavors of Li Ion rechargeables.
Project showcase by sim-flynn-13
Self-replicating, rapid prototyping open source 3D printer using an Arduino 101 that can be controlled via Internet.
Project showcase by Team Tiny Ants
Using the technique I'm going to show you it was measured to be 259.91Hz ... only 0.09Hz away from an Exact Middle C Frequency of 260Hz.
Project tutorial by Anthony Kelly
A large DIY Kossel XL RepRap 3D printer.
Project tutorial by Johnathan Hottell
Mini-thermostat with input for a 2-wire NTC thermistor and output for a resistive heating element. Plus code & schematics.
Project showcase by salhar1
Build a treasure chest or use an existing storage box, attach a push-button quadrature rotary encoder (endless spinning dial) and lets go!
eDOTcore: A bit more than an Arduino Uno board.
Photon / Spark Core and Arduino talk through serial.
Project tutorial by Garrett Bartley
This post will demonstrate how to configure Arduino/Genuino 101 for the first time and blink a LED.
Project showcase by Muhammad Afzal
A cheap (less than $20) signal generator that can produce a sine wave, up to 70MHz (Though practically 20-30MHz).
Project tutorial by Umar Sear
One of the things PocketCHIP can be used for is programming and controlling or processing date from an Arduino. We show you how.
by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
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