Snap Circuits® makes learning electronics easy and fun! These projects are designed for younger kids who want to get introduced IoT.
Project tutorial by Daniel Porrey
The Arduino dice of my previous project are perfect for kids. But it's even better if you add some special functions.
Project tutorial by Thomas Angielsky
Wireless charger with interactive light effects that can change the lighting according to the music to make your desktop more interesting.
Project showcase by diy chen
Control your home lights when it's ON or OFF using 1Sheeld.
Project tutorial by Nado Hollow
Get yourself noticed on the night rides using a light sensor and some shinny leds.
Project tutorial by Marius Dima
Light up three different LEDs using pulse width modulation corresponding to different ranges of analog input voltages.
Project tutorial by Ian Etheridge
RGB LED connected with Arduino Nano and Bluetooth module and control with Android mobile app.
Project tutorial by DIY Partners
If you ever have watched knight rider you will remember K.I.T.T and his Scanner, we will replicate this using 6 Neopixels.
by Austin Detzel
Simple but meaningful project to ask a girl to be your girlfriend using an LED matrix & Arduino. (We aren't responsible for broken hearts.)
Project tutorial by Arturo Rosete
An ATtiny-based tiny USB lamp that can be turned on/off by knocking, clapping, blowing, finger snapping and shouting.
Project tutorial by Amal Mathew
Take a poor preforming flashlight and add great modifications to it in half an hour.
Project tutorial by Englishscone
LED display with DC motor rotations.
Project showcase by MakerRobotics
A super-fast and super-bright flashing LED light, perfect for growing plants (and you can record the temperature too)!
Project tutorial by pipparichter
Create your own RGB controlled lamp with Arduino 101 using BLE.
Project tutorial by Gustavo Reynaga
Adding RGB to an original Xbox with Arduino!
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
More LED strips everywhere.
Project showcase by Scott Clandinin
RGB mouse pads available in the market are expensive. So, I decided to make a cheap RGB mouse pad using Arduino and WS2812 RGB LED Strip.
Project tutorial by Neeraj Rane
The TrafficLight is a project that has Arduino-powered LEDs Blinking like a traffic light.
Project showcase by Advaith Jagathesan
Create a light-sensitive, star-shaped RGB LED nightlight for your kids, your family, your friends, or even yourself!
Project tutorial by Unexpected Maker
An easy way to add color cues to your project, giving you the versatility to light multiple RGB LEDs simulatenously with little code.
by Alexander Vaughn
This lesson aims to show how to control an addressable WS2812 LEDs strip in order to obtain various colors using 3 potentiometers.
Project showcase by Arduino_Scuola
The 1/4-60 NeoPixel set up into a Christmas wreath for the holiday season.
Project in progress by S Milliken
It came with only an on/off switch. Adding an UNO to this LED chalkboard really gets your attention - it is quite a flashy pig.
Project in progress by Team ArduBacon
This is using the laser transmitter and receiver to communicate, and using the Morse code given by the laser transmitter to the receiver.
Project tutorial by SURYATEJA
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