The spider robot moves by measuring the distance of the objects in front of it with the help of an ultrasonic sensor, and we can control it
A completely 3D printed tie to eliminate my frustration of making perfect tie knots and satisfy my hunger to build something unique and cool
A programmable and highly maneuverable robotic cat for STEM education and AI-enhanced services.
Shoot fireballs from your fists when you throw a punch with these arm mounted smart flamethrowers!
DIY Arduino hot air SMD rework station.
An innovative wearable technology for visually impaired peoples.
A laser-cut robot kitten that runs and learns from you.
Windows 10 IoT Core project to control pool components for example pool pump, waterfall and solar heater.
Sunglasses that serve an even more useful purpose than protecting the eyes of the blind. They can help them detect objects in front of them.
A pair of talking smart glass, intended to help the visually impaired.
Make a program for the Arduino Pro Mini in Visual Studio to control motor speed with PID which can archive it exactly.
An Arduino powered floppy disk controller and reader/writer for making and writing disk images from and to old AmigaDOS floppy disks.
An other double plant watering version, now with more autonomy and less power consumption.
Simple robot to build, involve no pcb or proto board, no frames, just using a lot of glues.
I made a eye-ball using LED Tape Neopixel. It blink and pupil is moved to the left and right.
Use an infrared sensor to sense eye movements and control an LED.
We present you the radar we created in the MicroLab lab. This radar uses 2 ultrasonic sensors and 1 motor moving continuously 360 degrees.
This Valentine's Day, spread love wirelessly.
This explains how to control devices using wireless transceiver module NRF24L01. The same can be modified as wireless sensor project.
A romantic project for Valentine's Day - a 3D printed sunflower that opens and closes in reaction to light. Have a Sunny Valentine!
Making an Infinity Gauntlet to interface with my Artificial Life project.
Not your typical wall clock that tells time, it also becomes your wall light panels that lit up your scifi-like bedroom.
An old CB transceiver is converted to the 50MHz amateur band using an Arduino Pro Mini, DDS, PLL and OLED display.
A walking four legged robot "mammal style." 3DOF legs, IR receiver all connected to a Pro Mini. Material cost less than $100.