Here we are going to implement a bot which is going to detect obstacle in which we have three ultrasonic sensors interfaced with arduino
by Deligence Technologies
Don't have a piece of paper or a pen and you want to play Tris Game? No problem with this Tech-Tris you can play Tris Game everywhere.
Project tutorial by Simone Adobs
Driving a dot matrix display with Arduino using data from a Winamp plugin.
Project showcase by raul
Create your Larson (Cylon or Kit Car) Scanner, controlled by BLE with the Arduino 101.
Project showcase by Gustavo Reynaga
This project is an Arduino radar. It is a simulation of a radar.
We are going to demonstrate how we can see the humidity and temperature of our environment in our smartphone in real time using HC-05.
A wireless headset which allows you to control devices through cerebral waves. It works with two sensors and a Bluetooth shield.
Project tutorial by Daniel Rossi
Using cheap 433 MHZ RF module to establish communication between my PC and Laptop, but displays information encrypted on text LCD.
Project tutorial by Mr-Joe
This is my next project, a smartphone-controlled Arduino 4WD robot car or Bluetooth Arduino robot.
Project in progress by Andriy Baranov
Magia Transformo is a playful physical experience with digital augmentations.
Project showcase by Team Transformative Play Lab
A simple protected power supply unit for Development Boards
Project showcase by Akash Kollipara
The purpose of this project was to the control an automatic gate with Arduino Nano using finite state machine method and interrupts.
Project showcase by AndreNeves and Nuno Miguel Guerreiro Carvalho Martins
This project detects changes in temperature based on your specifications, and then changes the color of an LED to the color of your choosing
The LittleArm 2C is a 3D printed, Bluetooth-controlled, Arduino robot arm designed for STEM
Project tutorial by Slant Concepts
Create a Hospitality Robot that is capable of interacting with visitors at public spaces such as Malls, Rec Centers, Hospitals, Stadium etc.
Project showcase by 3 developers
Here We are Connecting a Temperature Sensor(LM-35) To our Arduino Board And Maintaining A Log File Of Date And Temperature in google sheet
We are using a raindrop sensor to detect raindrop intensity. When the raindrop sensor detects rain, it will send data to Arduino.
This is a custom replica of the Railgun from Quake 3 Arena with working lights and sound.
Project showcase by Oscar Gonzalez
In this tutorial I'm going to tell you how we can get the sensor data from Arduino Uno and sending it to the Raspberry pi through UART.
Standardized outdoor robotics platform
Project in progress by Seth King
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