Experiment with 80's computer graphic or add color video to an Arduino.
by Doctor Volt
Hey Readers today I’m back with one of the most interesting project which was never created by anyone before,
Developing an automatic chessboard. Our main goal is to recover the experience and unmatched feeling of playing OTB.
by Carlos Lopez Pendas
Control and maintain stable relative humidity and temperature states to simulate natural conditions for experimental testing in the lab.
A robotic tower crane made out of Lego Technic, Arduino boards, 3D printed parts, off-the-shelf DC gear motors, and addressable RGB LEDs.
by Tart Robotics
Exciting project to display the direction of tilt using 8x8 led matrix.
by Adhyoksh Jyoti
Using the legacy of brilliant mathematicians, this robot solve the cube in 18 seconds or less.
A fascinating way to solve the Rubik´s cube by a robot. Using mainly Arduino, Python and OpenCV.
Using MKRFox1200 and a few sensors.
by Dhrumil Makadia
Brought to the marked in 1976, Zilog's Z80 was the most widespread processor in the '80s until the 2000s. Let's bring it to life again!
This project is the natural completion of Remotino, and serves to visualize on PC the PWM and I / O values present in Arduino Nano.
The FlySky joystick is adopted to control the speed and limitations of the ramp of two stepper motors
è un automazione di un braccio pneumatico in grado di smistare il legno da ferro
Autonomously functioning farmbot integrating IoT, image processing, automation, and Android application.
This magnificent model offers a solution in a greater electricity saving, better use of a solar sun power, and reducing the traffic jams.
by Davor Sijanovic
With a bigger screen come more possibilities.
by Staf Van Gestel
My project helps visually challenged people to walk without crashing into walls and obstacles. This help them to live freely
by Saurabh Dhingra
Some pretty cool automated functions and easily adjustable parameters. Not bad for a small budget!
Ultra low-cost flow-through photometer for on-line measurements of bacterial density.
by Alex Kutschera
A digital device that visualizes analog signal.
Failed but still teaches a lot.
A board with 160 moving cocktail parasols.
A serious game for press freedom.
This is an effort to automate almost everything in our home. Open Builds mechanical components are also used to automate curtains.
by Team Kamakshi's Smart Team
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