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Sending Bytes to an 8x8 LED Matrix.
Writing in a 4 digit 7 segment LED display.
Simple Temperature Monitoring with DHT22 & Arduino.
by Muhammad Afzal
Learn how to use the Arduino Desktop IDE at its best and install it on your PC!
Get familiar with the Arduino IoT Cloud and take your first steps into the world of connected objects.
by 5 developers
A list of simple but interesting DIY arduino projects for beginners.
This tutorial will show you how to use DHT11 with Arduino.
Learn how to submit your Arduino-based project. It may even get featured on the Arduino social channels!
Using two Seven-Segment Displays (SSD) simultaneously on an Arduino Uno Board to display numbers from 00 to 99, without charlieplexing.
Control your Arduino/Genuino 101 wirelessly from your smart phone using the onboard Bluetooth Low Energy chip.
by Andreas Lundquist
An unofficial tutorial for getting started with the MKR1000 board as there are no official one yet.
by Dr. Charif Mahmoudi
Learn how to quickly contribute to the Arduino Reference via GitHub.
Standalone Arduino 6-channel triggered oscilloscope with optional freeze frame.
Take your Arduino Codes to the next level with easy auto completion and documentation in Visual Studio, it's very simple & fast.
by Ahmed Hamdy Mahmoud Hassanein
Making a simple system to controll a lamp or some other appliance in your house.
by Team Azoreanduino
A clock, controlled by a RTC module, that you can see on a 4-digit display.
An advanced home automation project with Arduino Uno and Bluetooth sensor to control it, anytime from anywhere.
This project illustrates switching using a transistor.
by SUMAN BARGAV R
we performed the control of the stepper motor in the forward and backward directions along the x axis with the joystick
by Team Arduino Applications
Do you want to send message on Discord using an Arduino? It is really easy thanks to webhooks.
by Team usini
Give this the parameters you want and the LEDs will light up according to the temperature cold blue, green fine, red hot
by Luca McLoughlin
Control an Arduino robot with a smartphone using ESP8266.
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