Time to get Pavlovian on your cat!
Project tutorial by Arduino_Genuino
Ever wished you could talk with your plants?
Open source is love, and so are hugs!
Create your own IoT pet with Arduino and the Arduino cloud!
Protect your valuables with a puzzle!
It's a portable Temperature meter that looks like MAC128K Pc, it uses an ADT7420 Sensor for reading temperature data.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
Singing Pumpkin is basically a Arduino Music Player that runs Creepy Music from an SD Card Reader, whole setup is powered by an Arduino Nano
This is about a little library I have written to use I2C EEPROMs as a file storage on Arduinos, ESPs, and other microcontrollers.
Project tutorial by sl001
let's measure the smallest resistance ever posses by any wire or any shunt. The proper use of OHM's law with practical.
Project tutorial by sagar saini
In this project you'll learn how to use a Shelly relay and the Arduino IoT Remote mobile app to open a door from a smartphone
Project tutorial by alranel
This is a ball-balancing robot. It balances the ball in the middle with Object Detection & Image Recognition through Arduino & Python
Project tutorial by Robotics EveryDay
How to make a scrolling weather station that displays the temperature, air humidity and relative atmospheric pressure, and Time
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Arduino RP2040 or Raspberry Pi Pico W or ESP32 based mobile robot with on-board pan & tilt camera can be controlled remotely from host PC.
Project tutorial by Aadhuniklabs
Made a Fume Extractor by using a custom Attiny13 Based Motor driver board and 3D Printed Body,
Simple to build one axis self stabilizing device witch consist only three components Arduino nano, Nem24 brushless motor, and MPU6050
The construction is really simple thanks to the microcontroller, but also the module for weak signal amplification with LM358 IC.
A device which can measure light intensity, easy to built and use. Let's make one using Arduino microcontroller. Keeping portability in mind
Project tutorial by Lithium ION
How to make a sensor yourself, and then with the help of a microcontroller to accurately determine the level of liquid in the container.
Using the Portable Arduino Game Console we created in Part 1 to play a Snake game with music and sound effects!
Project tutorial by Sridhar Rajagopal
Here using a inexpensive temperature sensor (lm35) we can read the temperature and hence after a little bit of coding speed can be adjusted
Project tutorial by sagar networks
LED Tower Made from stacking PCBs in a ROW, the whole setup is controlled by an Arduino nano.
Simple steps are involved in making this mp3 player but we can't utilize the best without Digital to analog converters.
This is a Retro style weighing machine where the result is displayed on the Galvanometer instead of LCD Display.
Despite its simplicity, it has a relatively good sensitivity and perfect stability during operation
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