Calibrating Atlas Scientifc's EZO D.O sensor using Arduino Uno.
by Atlas Scientific
arduino bluetooth vehicle (final designed chassis)h
by Andres Duarte
We are going to make a home automation using espmodule without internet.
Ever wanted to make a project that activated on a schedule? Using a Real Time Clock (RTC) is a great way to do it!
by Team RobotGeek Projects Team
You can use the reset button of the Arduino Uno shield like a push button. The data stored at SRAM and will keep after reset.
Here I want to tell you how to make incremental encoder from stepper motor.
Created to be a whole Robot controller that uses the Arduino Hardware in general, for a while. This looks to improve the code way.
by Tiago Alves
Run Golang on this old but still popular 8-bit AVR microcontroller.
by Alan Wang
Effortlessly roll your own smart home applications with drag-and-drop Alexa 'aware' controls in the Virtual Breadboard Microsoft Store App.
by James Caska
Thanks to Ionic framework we will send custom commands to an Arduino using a BLE device to light LED.
We looked into using the Particle Photon to connect to our RFID badge and LCD system using an Arduino to control an IoT device.
by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
Read data from an absolute orientation sensor without writing any code!
by Matt Wayland
A useful and easy way to control AC Lamp using a motion sensor and Arduino board.
by Mohannad Rawashdeh
This project shows tilt sensors and its functions.
Wanna play with some graphic or make a touch interface? Use this DFRobot's Touch Shield for Arduino UNO!
If you want use two Arduino, you can use a simple I/O port to communicate. The point of question is the Ground.
by Giovanni Gentile
Learn how to program an Arduino Pro Mini using an Arduino UNO.
by Harsh Dethe
Serial communication between the Pycom LoPy and the Arduino Uno.
by Rob Braggaar
Sense and control your Arduino Ethernet from Ubidots,
If you ever have watched knight rider you will remember K.I.T.T and his Scanner, we will replicate this using 6 Neopixels.
by Austin Detzel
Human habits are usually different between weekdays and weekend. Therefore, smart devices should be able to switch their task based on this.
One of the things PocketCHIP can be used for is programming and controlling or processing date from an Arduino. We show you how.
With a few code tweaks you can use an UNO and the serial plotter tool like an oscilloscope to examine the power used by another project.
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