Big DMD Clock that does whatever you program it to.
Project tutorial by Jed Hodson
An Arduino planetarium on 2,8" TFT display for your gps location.
no internet connection!!! All the planetdata pre-stored on the Arduino.
Project showcase by Mobifu1
An LCD buddy that reacts to you!
Project tutorial by aip06
This tutorial shows how to control an array of 8x8 LED matrices using an Arduino Uno, to create the face of a robot.
Project tutorial by Igor Fonseca Albuquerque
We are going to see how to develop this real-time clock and temperature monitor!
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
A simple but beautifully accurate PWM frequency meter.
Project showcase by Arduino World
Build a simple NeoPixel matrix with these simple steps!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
This is a simple clock that tells time in words.
Project tutorial by rakshith bk
An Arduino powered weather station robot modeled on BMO.
Project tutorial by Dan Fein and Amy Fischlin
A clock, controlled by a RTC module, that you can see on a 4-digit display.
Multi-purpose display: 4 Digits with 7 segments each. Each segment has 2 NeoPixels.
Project showcase by Nicole Jesse
This alarm clock and timer work without the help of a computer. All the settings can be done on the clock itself and stored in the EEPROM.
Project showcase by ozyRonald
Nokia 5110 and Arduino mini make a great serial monitor that can easily be battery powered at 3 Volts.
Project tutorial by Ray Burnette
DIY onboard computer for bicycle
Project in progress by Pararera
Hello ! I'm going to show you how to make an Arduino OLED thermometer and hygrometer* with DHT11. The OLED we will use today is 1.3&Prime...
by Konstantin Dimitrov
Self made numbers for Arduino Clock with OLED display 128x64.
Project showcase by Dirk
The Nixie Shield allows an Arduino board to connect any Nixie tube to use in your projects.
Project in progress by Marcin Saj
How to make an easy and adaptable countdown.
Project showcase by Marcazzan_M
Control a virtual gauge using a potentiometer, Arduino and BLE Shield.
Project tutorial by Victor Carreño
eDOT is an Arduino based precision clock and weather station with built in IR remote receiver and automatic brightness adjustment.
Project tutorial by antiElectron
Basic code to make Arduino communicate with ILI9341.
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