Alarm clock on homemade 24x6 matrix with 144 8mm white LEDs.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Display any picture or text on a 32x64 LED panel with just an Arduino Nano!
Project tutorial by CamelCaseName
An interesting clock that will appeal to those gamers that grew up on retro games like Pong, Pacman and Tetris.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
Use two rotary encoders to draw whatever picture your heart desires, and then shake it to erase the image — just like the real thing!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
One big digit, fully functional Arduino Nano clock.
Device for tracking multiple players' or teams' score for games and activities.
Project tutorial by shajeeb
Turn your bedside lamp into a wake light with this cool device.
Project tutorial by wolfidan
View images and RGB video play on SPI TFT display using Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by Alf81010
Shield, which facilitates connection to the Arduino Nano inexpensive TFT SPI display, micro SD card, Bluetooth module and cameras.
The proposed application uses a temperature sensor, an Arduino and a smart LED strip to create a large thermometer.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Carrera
Simplest POV display with 5 LEDs and an Arduino Nano.
Garage parking sensor using addressable RGB LEDs to provide feedback to vehicle driver as they approach and reach stop (park) position.
Project tutorial by Bcjams
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
Scrolling text on 8x8 matrices controlled from an Android phone.
Unusual clock consisting of a strip of 60 WS2812 LEDs, which uses "infinity mirror" effect.
A data logging system for temperature and humidity with the ability to see hourly, weekly, monthly data points.
Project tutorial by MatrixOrbital
An Arduino-based clock project.
Project tutorial by TheTNR
Using 128×64 monochrome display with ST7920, I made an adjusting RTC clock based on an Arduino board.
Project tutorial by FLORICA Tudor-Nicusor
An Android Things-powered clock that allows the user to actually READ the time! Control it via Nearby API or through voice commands.
Project tutorial by Daniele Bonaldo
Learn how to build an Art Deco style analog thermometer with Arduino.
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
Clock that speaks in Italian.
Project tutorial by Tittiamo
Build a simple NeoPixel matrix with these simple steps!
eDOT is an Arduino based precision clock and weather station with built in IR remote receiver and automatic brightness adjustment.
Project tutorial by antiElectron
Arduino and OLED based Cellular Automata aka Game Of Life
Project tutorial by runtimeprojects
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