Setting up a new blade for a band saw is sometimes a hard job. But there could be help with Arduino power.
Manage hundreds or thousands of Raspberry Pis / other embedded Linux devices all over the world! Here is how to control and update them!
Simple alarm device using M5Stack Atom Lite (ESP32 Pico), Bluetooth Low Energy or WiFi TCP server, Immediate Alert Service
DHT12(I2C) Sensor Interfacing with Linkit Smart 7688 Duo using Python/Arduino and PySerial Library
This esp controlled system can take data from the surroundings and send it in real time to a webpage.
let's build simple diy led clock
M5Stick V + Adafruit Thermal Printer + M5Stack Gray = Instant Camera Printer
We are creating an RGB party light that cycles between colors for student use at Hanszen College.
An electronic counter for a small number of people, perhaps for a volunteer stationed at the entry to a party during a pandemic
The easiest way to keep count! At the push of a button, watch your count increase!
A game that teaches children how to count
We are innovating the world of sound engineering. Using cutting edge technology, we bring you a buzzer whose frequency is keyed to a dial.
Enhance your gaming experience with speed-adjustable color shifting RGB gamer lights!
Measure distance using an ultrasonic sensor and display values on a serial LCD display.
Recreate your favorite night lights from the Rainbow Building with rainbow vibe lights.
Too many drinks can turn a fun night out into disaster. Stay safe with Daniel, a personalized counter that knows your limits.
Man vs. machine. Wait, it's actually Machine vs. Machine
This project replaced my daughter's old, broken night lamp. Its main components are: Atom Lite ESP32, neopixel strip, IR unit.
Find a new way to detect virus infections like covid-19 in an early stage by sleeping.
The smart tunnel prevents further outspread of COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2. It can disinfect a person fully in a time span of just 15 seconds.
How to water a lemon tree with Arduino PRO MINI, a RTC and a pump.
I need to determine the MIN/MAX of my servos, so I can drive them with an Adafruit 12bit PWM shield.
The robot arm will inform you of the time.
An old-timey looking "clock" that tracks one person's location. Based off of the Weasley's clock in Harry Potter. Good first timer circuit.