OCS-2 is an analogue style synthesizer. Small, but very powerful and flexible, it provides an incredible sound quality!
Project showcase by chnry
Simple GSM phone with 22x5 LED display, 16 keys, atsamd21, sim800l module, and QI charging.
Project in progress by Peter Misenko
A standard sized pinball machine made using parts from the home store and pinball supply houses. The game play is controlled by an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Bob Blomquist
This is one of my personal budget/project made for University
to graduate. This Airplane (UAV) is made fully homemade using only
Project showcase by Gorceag Victor
Use the power of a Windows 10 UWP app to control and monitor a kegerator to keep your beverages cold, fresh and always on tap.
Project tutorial by Kevin D Wolf
Say Alexa the move, it is automated using the xy plotter that we have made especially for Chess.
Project in progress by Team Automaters
Intel Edison expands a new 3-D printer market.
Project tutorial by 4 developers
A 4 line x 32 character Braille display and keyboard for the Blind
Project in progress by Sean Kelleher
Self-replicating, rapid prototyping open source 3D printer using an Arduino 101 that can be controlled via Internet.
Project showcase by Team Tiny Ants
Arduino Multi-Function Smart car
Project tutorial by Tony ZHANG
This sleek machine can mix juice cocktails or real ones (age permitting) on command and looks great on your counter.
Project tutorial by Elvis Wolcott
Take photos on a Windows Phone and display them on a matrix of 48x48 RGB LEDs, using the Windows Remote Arduino library.
Project showcase by Team Windows IoT
This project displays the readings of the ultrasonic sensor on LCD of your smartphone through 1Sheeld
Project tutorial by adam johns
An indoor navigation system along with an automated guided wheelchair cluster to enhance accessibility in standard buildings.
Project showcase by Yasith Lokuge
A roughly 3ft tall Strandbeest model made out of clear polycarbonate and controlled via an Arduino Mega over Bluetooth
Project in progress by Jeremy Cook
Electronic Swiss Army Knife based on Arduino, Qt and Python. Works on Windows and Linux.
by I/O Blocks Toolkit
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