Make a power meter for 5v circuits using material from the Arduino Starter Kit
Project tutorial by MicroBob
Proof of concept aimed to "unlock" an RTC, an EEPROM and a few other things.
Gizmo to measure the running speed of the shutter on a film camera
Project in progress by Jes Consuegra
Different PLA filaments have different melting points. In this tutorial, we will find the ideal temperature for a specific PLA filament.
Have a successful connection between Arduino and Raspberry Pi using I2C Communication Protocol.
by Madhav Reddy
Stream your spin bike RPM data to Power BI for real time reporting and dashboarding.
Project showcase by santoshkanthety and danshrader
Use two transistor to dim a 12V ledstrip with a mkr1000.
Get started with Arduino by building a simple but fun game with a variety of extensions. Designed to be completed in a 3 hour class.
Project tutorial by rmbyers
An arduino uno mount bootloader shield for smd ATmega328p
Project showcase by Aj
This a basic tutorial on Node-RED and Arduino.
by Gokul Periyasamy
This tester can be used for NiCd, NiMh, and all flavors of Li-Ion rechargeables.
Project showcase by sim-flynn-13
Showing a simple way to use a flashtube with high voltage generated using Arduino.
Connect your anduinoWiFi to IFTTT. Control everything around you, or 'let go' and let random events in cyberspace control your surroundings!
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
This code enables you to make an accelerometer and gyroscope give the best results.
Project in progress by OZTL
by Alex Glow
We'll create a signal generator using DDS techniques and evaluate its performance using a picoMeter, the world's smallest wireless DSO.
Project tutorial by pokitMeter
Easily connect Arduino boards at a great distance over RS485 with Visuino.
by Boian Mitov
Everyone uses a 16MHz oscillator for a homemade Arduino, but did you know that ATmega328 can run without it?
Project tutorial by Techmirtz
Connecting devices is the way to make IoT devices. Here I show the how to connect my Arduino 101 board with the recent Raspberry Pi.
Project tutorial by Alexis Santiago Allende
As ESP8266 works on 3.3V and not 5v, it is important to perform this task.
by Patel Darshil
In this I have shown how to send data from temperature sensor which is connected to Arduino and send data to Rpi database.
by Ruchir Sharma
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