This robot tracks and follows an object withing a linear proximity of 50 cm and 120° spherical proximity of about 5cm to 10cm.
Make your own musical Christmas lights.
Keyboard keys controlled Spy Bot using ESP8266 as a Wi-Fi communication medium between Serial Monitor software PuTTY and Arduino.
Regulated smart constant current charger for 9V NiMH rechargeable batteries.
How to build and configure a control unit based on Arduino for opening, closing and other actions for a motorized sliding door.
Objectives: Heating, aeration, and irrigation. Behavior: Event when the temperature is low or high and the soil is dry. (Videos on Story)
Use Alexa to voice control a relay connected to the Internet via ESP8266-01.
Create a digital inventory of your trading/collectible cards using Lego and a Raspberry Pi.
An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader for making disk images from old AmigaDOS floppy disks.
Using servo motor control with a TV remote control.
Monitor the Temperature and Humidity in your room and also beam that data to Cloud.
RoboArm that simulate the human movements through Orientation senor in my mobile
This is a low-cost stethoscope built from off-the-shelf parts that listen and classify the sound of your lungs.
Graphics Library to draw, scroll & control text or symbols on multiple 8x8 LED Matrices.
Use SMS commands to control various devices at your home.
Make your smart home with Arduino system in less than 30 minutes with this project . Simple, no complicated codes. So let's start?
Want a cheap and awesome smart robot car? Why not buy an RC car and convert it? This project shows how to hack the hardware and get control.
Christmas is coming and you know we had to build something that would put the entire neighborhood into the Christmas spirit!
To enter passwords and to allow access to a door or to drive an electronic device, now we will use a RFID device.
Scare those little ghouls this Halloween with fire. Simply press your Amazon Dash (or IoT) button and within 5 seconds Boom!
Clap to make your servo move!
This tutorial will teach you how to use servo motors with Arduino.
Averaging temperatures over 60 seconds smooths some of the sensor limitations, allowing for a smoother graphic.
Build a 12/24 hr UTC digital clock using low-cost TM1637 4-digit displays and a Raspberry Pi Zero W.