The LEDog collar lights up when it gets dark, helping you locate your dog from far away.
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
Use the orientation sensor in your Arduino 101 to control a cool Petri dish infinity-mirror illusion. This project is great for groups.
Project tutorial by Lucas Ainsworth
A quilted fabric clock with neopixels, that tells time using an Arduino Uno!
Project showcase by Team Chris And Jessica Hogan
Corolla is a lamp that can be adjusted to focus its light on a reading/working spot or to spread light around for ambient lighting.
Project in progress by Sebastian Groza
Build a beautiful “infinity mirror” Illusion that you can control by changing this mirrors' orientation. Rotate for changing colors!
Valentine week is almost here; it's a perfect time to build something for your special one and what else could be better than blinking LEDs?
Project showcase by AdiK
Simple device to control and initialize DALI lamps.
Project in progress by NabiyevTR
Build a 3D printed Lunar Phase Clock for your desk or nightstand.
Project tutorial by G4lile0
Binary Clock using LED Matrix module (8x8) and presenting many features: time, date, day of week, week of year and also the Moon phase!
Project tutorial by LAGSILVA
IKEA PS 2014 Pendant Lamp Modification
Project showcase by Jhn S
Arduino nano bike bag signals, controlled by Wireless (RF) RC attached to front handle
This topic will teach you how to control a RGB LED on an Arduino 101 board with an Android device (MIT App Inventor).
Project tutorial by CAVEDU Education and DFRobot
This whole circuit is the same size as a regular poker chip, but with an added surprise: lights!
Project tutorial by Alex Wulff
Create your own RGB controlled lamp with Arduino 101 using BLE.
Project tutorial by Gustavo Reynaga
Stand out from the crowd with this unabashedly ostentatious excuse for a wallet.
Phillips made what is called Ambilight, a backlight that responds to what is on screen. Makers made it bigger.
Project in progress by Dan Fein
This example demonstrates how to use LDR as a switch; each time you cover the LDR, the LED is turned on (if it's off), and off (if it's on).
Project showcase by amar slik
Create your own Code Red button for use in simulation scenarios. Flashing LEDs and Button!
Project tutorial by David Escobar
In this project I will show you how to build a simpler version of a 5x5x5 LED Cube. It means commanding 125 LEDs using one Arduino board
by MEGA DAS
Using an Arduino, light detecting resistors, and RGB LEDs, I made a fun to use, miniature spectrometer.
Project showcase by Team RadSensors
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
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