Self-replicating, rapid prototyping open source 3D printer using an Arduino 101 that can be controlled via Internet.
Project showcase by Tiny Ants
Ever wanted to make a project that activated on a schedule? Using a Real Time Clock (RTC) is a great way to do it!
by RobotGeek Projects Team
Arduino Robot Service Oriented Architecture - In this article we'll create a Service to control a HC-SR04 Distance Sensor.
Project tutorial by Nahuel Taibo
See how much battery you have left!
Project showcase by Arduino_Genuino
With a few code tweaks you can use an UNO and the serial plotter tool like an oscilloscope to examine the power used by another project.
Avoid SD card corruption on a non-responsive RPi using an Arduino to log into the serial console and restart your RPi from the root account.
by Ray Burnette
My second meetup explored I/O while building a sequencer. This is the project writeyp for that event.
Project tutorial by Elijah Scheele
Check internal connections RJ45 cable, standard cable, crossover cable, and special cables.
Project tutorial by Andreaberri
You can flash your ESP-01 and esp-201 (Maybe work with other models) with Arduino IDE and upload any other firmware with ESP flash tools.
Project tutorial by Gustavo Reynaga
Simple instruction to let you know how to control an AC voltage device using an IR remote control and the Arduino.
by Mohannad Rawashdeh
A useful and easy way to control AC Lamp using a motion sensor and Arduino board.
An Arduino interface to communicate with devices using the LANC (Control-L) protocol such as many Sony and Canon cameras/camcorders.
Project showcase by L-Rosen
Ease of Python programming on the powerful Arduino Due.
Project in progress by AdiK
This tutorial explains how to upgrade the libraries and the Arduino 101 Firmware.
by Gustavo Reynaga
A simple method to power a servo on or off from the Arduino, using a NPN Darlington Transistor (TIP-120) and an Arduino.
Project showcase by Kevin Gagnon
eDOT core is a versatile Arduino board with built-in precision RTC.
The ATmega8U2 chip on your Arduino board acts as a bridge between the computer's USB port and the main processor's serial port.
As ESP8266 works on 3.3V and not 5v, it is important to perform this task.
by Patel Darshil
The Arduino delay() function has a (usually unintended) side effect, this lesson tells you what it is and how to avoid it if needed.
Serial communication between the Pycom LoPy and the Arduino Uno.
by Rob Braggaar
4 bit up down counter that represent every count as binary number on LEDs and display its decimal representation on LCD shield.
Project tutorial by Maha Raafat
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