A list of simple but interesting DIY arduino projects for beginners.
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This simple project shows how Arduino can be used with a RTOS. A special version of Arduino called ARTe was used for software development.
by Melvin Mancini
How to connect the Arduino MKR 1000 with the WiFi.
by Anton Nazarenko
An introduction to one of the Arudino Yún features.
Follow a guided installation wizard to get your IoT Gateway configured, and ready to be used on Arduino Create.
Create Windows Universal Apps to control your Arduino Yun over WiFi with Windows Remote Arduino
by Mohan Palanisamy
Send sensor values to a web page using YunServer.
In this tutorial, I will show how to interface a 5V relay with Arduino and control an AC load.
by Mayoogh Girish
The first run and the first troubles with the Arduino MKR 1000. FAQ.
In this project I show how to build a particles detector with data display, data backup on SD card and IoT with Android application.
How to automate reversing tracks on your DC two-rail railway layout using Arduino.
by Steve Massikker
Hooking up a 30-year-old LED bubble display to an Arduino MKR WiFi 1010.
A four-digit seven-segment counter with three options.
Robotic arm mimics human arm movement with MEMS and e-compass based and transmitted thru Bluetooth.
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A program to automatically create header file with mapped custom named IR buttons that we can easily call with Arduino IDE.
My project is a pocket sized robot arm you can control it by your smartphone.
by Mohammed Magdy
Use the popular Blynk app to control and change the state of your IoT Cloud Kit through your smartphone.
by Arduino_Genuino and officine-innesto
Use two transistor to dim a 12V ledstrip with a mkr1000.
Use Aduino NANO for control Rc Servo to tell the Time clock, along with a RTC module DS3231 for time keeping
A simple stopwatch that can store up to 4 split times.
BLYNK app based remote used to control a bot.
Capacitive Board (CapBoard) is a device based on Arduino Nano for turning conductive objects into a capacitive sensor to detect the touch.
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