Make the cozy shisha nights unforgettable.
Project tutorial by Turai Botond
Can a wooden block, wrapped in LED strips be turned into Rubik's cube?
Project showcase by ArduinoKoen
Simple device to control and initialize DALI lamps.
Project in progress by NabiyevTR
Portable LED panels let you dress us like your favorite 8-bit video game characters.
Project tutorial by Ben Muller
Now, you can control your light system in your home using your voice , by talking to your systems which to turn on and which to turn off
Project tutorial by Maha Raafat
Multiple Clock Faces
Multiple Settings via Rotary Encoder
CHECK MY OTHER VU PROJECTS.
Project in progress by WannaDuino
I made a eye-ball using LED Tape Neopixel. It blink and pupil is moved to the left and right.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Here We are going to make a light cube which will change color accordingly with surrounding sounds. This work is featured in Hackspace mag
Project tutorial by Najad
Brighten your home with HomeBright.
Project tutorial by vincent wong
A lamp which changes color according to the tweets of people.
Project showcase by Kaustubh Agarwal
Using the microphone of your mobile phone to control the led cube according to the loudness (decibels).
Project tutorial by Hassan Ibrahim
A freeform circuit sculpture of a snowflake. Driven by an Arduino Nano using 18 software PWM pins.
Project showcase by tyjoh_tech
Low-cost outdoor lights with DMX control.
Project tutorial by Sebastian Wiessner
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to control a LED with Cortana using Windows 10 Application (UWP), Arduino Uno and Bluetooth Interface.
Project tutorial by Mohamed Emam
Use your Arduino to create a Binary Clock and learn how to read Binary numbers.
Project in progress by Peter Lunk
I made an LED eyeball controlled by a Nintendo Wii Nunchuck Controller.
Build a 3D printed Lunar Phase Clock for your desk or nightstand.
Project tutorial by G4lile0
A simple project to show a clock on a wall with just one small laser and a rotating mirror.
Arduino, NeoPixels, Firmata, and a Windows Phone (picked one up for $30 bucks) to control lighting.
Project in progress by Phil Hoffman
An Arduino powered Stranger Things light wall costume that can be controlled via Bluetooth serial connection to a cell phone.
Project showcase by Michael Barretta
How to make Pixie, a wristwatch that combines both analog and digital clock technology, with the precision of an atomic clock.
Project tutorial by Konstantin Dimitrov
Create a cool fire simulation effect with Wi-Fi wireless control. An Android app is also ready to play with your creation!
Project tutorial by ElectroPeak
The solar lamp is charged during the day, and they started to pass. Suitable for yards and corridors.
An Arduino logo engraved in acrylic with a touch sensitive aluminum LED stand.
Project showcase by MBcreates
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