This is an Arduino Uno with a DHT11 temp/humidity sensor with and LCD screen powered by a power bank.
The simplest Arduino LCD clock ever designed. Only needs an Arduino UNO, a 1602 LCD, and two buttons. No resistors, no potentiometer.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to control an Arduino with the help of Blynk App and ESP8266 WiFi Module. This project is quite simple!
Clock LCD display adjustable.
An electronic keyboard with 7 piano keys, programmed to Middle B/A/G/F/E/D/C, and an 8th button used to access a menu of preset songs.
DIY Modbus slave with Arduino UNO and RS485 Shield.
Start by doing a simple traffic light, then add a button to control when it turns red. This is a good project for people starting Arduino.
An Arduino Uno project that utilizes a laser to detect when the laser beam has been interrupted.
Translation of Morse code to text.
An internet-connected, servo-driven deadbolt actuator that can be operated remotely using a smartphone.
Water level with LED alarms and buzzer with level distance and temp on LCD.
How to make a catchy song from Undertale on a piezo.
This project is reading a button press.
A fun, interactive project for makers new to Arduino. Control the brightness of an RGB LED with Potentiometers, with on/off switch built in.
This project will show you how to fade lights, add a button to it.
Use an Arduino, two small servo motors with light sensing photo resistors to steer a solar panel towards the sun. UPDATED
Project is showing simple stopwatch with start, stop and restart. It's a great project for learning how to use LCD with Arduino UNO or NANO.
Let's learn how to control a Roomba Robot via its serial port and how to command its motors, LEDS , etc.
This is custom 5x5cm Arduino UNO board that allows simple connection to HUB75 interface LED displays.
Made a TV Remote from Arduino nano, Pretty basic but functional
This project is nothing more than an adaptation to the WS2812B led matrix of the original project based on MAX72xx published by Shajeeb.
A fun pocket-sized travel game for any age. Try your luck and make the light stop on the green LED.
A simple candy dispenser to enjoy upon your request, as well as to practice Arduino and building skills!
Create the classic Simon Says game on a breadboard. This is the first part of a breadboard to PCB project using Upverter.