A simple, small piano that is not only small as the name implies, but it runs off of the Arduino Nano Every.
by Christian Madlansacay
Serial Studio is a multi-platform, multi-purpose serial data visualization and data acquisition software.
by Alex Spataru
DDS (Direct Digital Synthesis) Analog Devices AD9959 4-Synchronized Channels DDS Arduino Shield for Arduino MEGA 2560
by Grisha Anofriev
Meet the Arduino Opla IoT Kit.
Interface an Arduino Mega with an IDE drive or CF Card! It is easier than you might have thought!
by Doctor Volt
Program an AVR-IoT WG board externally instead of the onboard debugger. I had to workaround as I bricked my nEDBG debugger on my AVR-IoT WG.
Drop-in replacement for Arduino's serial monitor with variable watches.
by Mladen Ilic
First of a 3-part series that covers using the PIC16F15244 family of general-purpose 8-bit microcontrollers as an I/O expander.
by Robert Perkel
In this tutorial, you'll learn how you can use two serial interfaces to talk to Arduino Micro and the ESP8266 module.
by Advik Singhania
An experiment of using SEFR, a fast and simple tiny machine learning classifier to detect colors on an Arduino Nano 3.0 (ATmega328P).
by Alan Wang
Retrieve data from speed and cadence sensor in a bike trainer. Display info in LCD screen and log in a SD Card
How to Use a Digital to Analog Converter Aptinex DA4C010BI
by Team APTINEX
Road testing an AZ-Delivery 2, 4 TFT LCD Touch Display
by Enrique Albertos
Turn all pumping containers into non-contact as well as hand sanitizers using only Arduino and servo motors
How to get better results with HCSR04.
Using the Arduino Cloud API to obtain IoT data for your MIT App Inventor apps.
by Harry Anderson
A quick tutorial on how the use the L298N Motor Controller with DC motors
by Ryan Chan
Hii friends Today I will Show You How To make Music Relative Strip Light
by DIY Projects Lab
Are you looking for a board, that can be used to control strong DC motors as well as highspeed brushless motors? Here you've found it.
by Infineon Team
Standalone PC software to use your Arduino as an oscilloscope, supports up to eight channels, at rates up to 100 kHz.
Hello all, I hope you are doing good and safe. I'm here with another very cool project which you can build using some scrap/ used parts.
by Shubham Shinganapure
In this tutorial discuss about the changing the name of Bluetooth module HC - 05 to any name.
by Akshay Joseph
Learn about some basic transistor circuits, we will look at the BD139 & BD140 Power transistor pair and look at circuits for Arduino/ESP8266
by Akarsh Agarwal
Generates a completely random number utilizing an unused pin and the in-built random number generator.
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