Holiday is always a good reason to make something cool. This time I wanted to play with Pro Minis and an RTC module.
Project tutorial by Egor Spirin
Program takes day, month, and year and outputs the day of the week. Designed to be basic template to be merged into any project.
Project tutorial by Eric Sitler
This project uses a matrix of PTH LEDs to display your initials or name!
Project tutorial by Lunchbox Electronics
Would you like to train your reaction time in milliseconds? Now you can with a timer inspired by the F1 race start lights.
Project in progress by LAGSILVA
The 4D Alarm Clock project is based on the concept of a simple digital alarm clock. It has a real-time clock (RTC) which keeps the time.
Project tutorial by 4 Makers
Use potentiometer inputs from Arduino along with your mouse to control a rotational symmetry drawing program in Processing.
Project tutorial by eschulzpsd
Use Arduino MKR1000 and a LCD to set the message of the day.
Project showcase by Metonymy
I worked at home for our rally car on a nice project, a unique gear indicator, for our Escort RS2000 with an manual gearbox.
Project tutorial by JorisH
A simple and compact frame to mount a 5" monitor, a Raspberry Pi, an Arduino, and a battery, which is extensible for other sensors.
Project tutorial by Jeremy Lindsay
Make an interactive project on the LattePanda, plug in sensors to make it more funny. You can also do it on your computer or Raspberry Pi!
Project tutorial by Haoming Weng
You’ll learn how to use an 8×8 dot matrix LED module with IC MAX7219. You will also learn its cascade connection & how to display shapes.
Interface the 8×8 LED matrix and accelerometer. With the corresponding output from the accelerometer the movement of the LED is determined.
Project tutorial by Brink.IO
With a DC range of -25V to +25V, a voltmeter combining analog needle & digital LEDs to represent integer & fractional voltages respectively.
Project tutorial by Madao
An LED matrix with scrolling text built with a 74HC595, 4017, and Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Arduino based gauge cluster retro-update for the Pontiac Fiero
Project tutorial by Scott Paul
This clock can be rotated in any position keeping the digits readable even upside down or in a mirrored image!
This is the customized LCD1602 shield for both Arduino MKR and UNO boards.
The proposed application uses a temperature sensor, an Arduino and a smart LED strip to create a large thermometer.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Carrera
A minimal parts, cheap to-the-minute word clock using a .91 inch 128 X 32 OLED display.
Project showcase by garysat
A wristwatch that displays time in binary through an array of LEDs.
Project showcase by thallia
Use MKR1000 to show the Santa location in real-time on a colorful world map made of neopixels.
Project tutorial by Bowen Feng
A web-controlled smiling snowball based on the Arduino MKR1000 controlled via WiFi using MQTT, Shitr.io and Node-red.
Project tutorial by Niels van Breederoode
This is a simple library for the common anode LTS 546AWC single digit display. Allows to turn on off segments and display digits.
As you can see in my videos, I have previously made several types of unusual clocks such as anHDD POV clock, IN1 Nixie clock, and others.
Video tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
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