This is very basic door security system which is using an eletromagnetic lock
Project showcase by Zeeshan
Using an Arduino, light detecting resistors, and RGB LEDs, I made a fun to use, miniature spectrometer.
Project showcase by RadSensors
Track and save your foot path.
Project showcase by Boaz Lawnce
A simple Arduino Morse code machine with a button, LED, and a buzzer that translates your input into English while you are typing.
Project showcase by Vlada Krsmanovic
Valentine week is almost here; it's a perfect time to build something for your special one and what else could be better than blinking LEDs?
Project showcase by AdiK
Trying to find a way to surprise your friend on their birthday? Searching for a creative way to celebrate Christmas? Look no further!
Project showcase by Brie Hen and Dawn Dupriest
Very simple clock, that looks great!
Project showcase by Sahaj Sarup
Simple Remote made with Arduino, for people like my wife who gets dizzy when they see a remote. Only 2 knobs: volume, channel and off/on.
Project showcase by Ruben Zilzer
Self-replicating, rapid prototyping open source 3D printer using an Arduino 101 that can be controlled via Internet.
Project showcase by Team Tiny Ants
A box with an electro magnetic lock controlled by an Ardiono Nano with a RFID reader. The box is unlocked whenever a valid tag is close.
Project showcase by Pär Stigenberg
There are a lot of projects about POV, but this time i wanted to make my own POV controlled from the smartphone with Os android.
Project showcase by Jose Luis Bejarano Vasquez
Create custom Bluetooth low energy controller with haptic feedback for VR immersion using Arduino 101
Project showcase by Leon Chu
A remote controlled vehicle with stereo cameras on a head-tracked pan-tilt unit and wireless 3D first person control via an Oculus Rift.
Project showcase by twhi2525
It's a simple LEGO traffic light.
Project showcase by matteoPrada
A light source and show... without buttons!
Project showcase by MicroBob
With only an arduino board, two servos, and an hc-sr04, and some python, you can create a room scanner that is capable of showing depth!
Project showcase by Arduino “having11” Guy
How to make an easy and adaptable countdown.
Project showcase by Marcazzan_M
This project takes hourly temperature and humidity readings from a humidor. A Web API sends the readings to Azure SQL and Twitter.
Project showcase by Randall Cole
Gotta catch those ghosts! Take it wireless with the ghostbusters armband.
Project showcase by Danielle Gormley
This is used as a clock accuracy check by triggering the minute or hour hands.
Project showcase by Team Bobby
The most homemade snow machine you've ever seen. Made from a hairdryer, polystyrene and MKR1000. Controllable from anywhere in the world*
Project showcase by Hannah Kilby
This project explains how to use a dual Clock using DS3231 on 1.8" ST7735 Display
Project showcase by FLORICA Tudor-Nicusor
Snowman replica that can chat with user to inform them whether outside temperature is safe for outdoor activity or not.
Project showcase by Mohammad Haizad
Use Arduino MKR1000 and a LCD to set the message of the day.
Project showcase by Metonymy
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