This clone of one of the best selling pocket game ArduBoy.
Today we're gonna make a very simple project & which is a Mouse. Yes, but with an Arduino.
Learn about AND, OR, NOT, XOR, NAND & NOR gates in a well designed learning kit you can make yourself.
Snack security is a simple anti-theft system that captures photos of anyone stealing your snacks and sends them immediately via email.
This project will show how to do a simple LED Dice and a button, using the "random()" function on Arduino IDE. Enjoy!
Create X-mas WS2811b NeoPixel LED strip on cheap STM32 microcontroller.
This project is not originally mine, I just modded it.
Build your own clock with an LCD display, a couple of Push Buttons and a Meadow F7 board and its onboard RTC, all using full.NET and C#.
DIY Roomba Wall based on ATtiny85. This is powered by 3 AA batteries (alkaline or NiMH), which is able to keep it powered for many months.
A simple Arduino-based synth that can generate all sorts of exciting sounds.
A complete hardware setup for the ESP-01 to start exploring IoT.
Amazon Dash Replenishment Service Automatic coffee ordering robot using Arduino MKR1000. Never miss another coffee break again!
Dice is used to play many games like snake ladder, ludo etc. Hence, a digital dice will be a good alternative of old fashioned dice.
Motion Activated Alarm System!
Let's learn not only how to interact with the physical world using Scratch and Raspberry Pi, but also including animation.
This a simple KS tracking project that uses UDOO NEO with a little server written in Python and an Arduino sketch.
This will show how to send the data to Adafruit IO using ESP32.
A digital nametag based on the Nokia 3310 screen, making you interesting during fairs.
Automatically generate your time sheet or log time for any activity really with help of Raspberry Pi and a button.
Learn how to control a servo using a push button with just a few lines of code using a Meadow F7 Micro board and Meadow. Foundation library.
Press one of two buttons to control an RGB LED to make it turn red, blue (or purple with both of the buttons on). Using Raspberry Pi B+.
Hey Guys, In this tutorial I'm going to show you How to use the one-button library in an easy way.
I love the movie War Games, so I decided to build a 4 button sound board with an ESP32 that plays some clips from the movie!
This project came out of an experiment that I wanted to try, I wanted to see how much UV light was needed to see various portions of doll...