The LM555 generates an electronic horn signal which is amplified by an LM386. The horn can be used on a car, scooter, cycle, and motorbike.
A mini-game where players fly a star among obstacles, provided for you.
An inexpensive foot-traffic monitor easily adapted for anything from security and road traffic control to retail marketing!
We chose to design the ELEC version of Simon Says, Simar Says, by combining many Grove kit modules and coding techniques learned in class.
Nothing feels better than a cold room on a hot day, and with a handpicked array of sensors and instruments, thats exactly what you can get!
Proximity sensor and alert system useful for home, workplace, and museum security.
A UM66T generates various Melody Tunes when triggered which can be used in car/scooter reverse signals, doorbells, and toys.
Did you ever want to check the coordinates of your RoverBot after completing some initial tests in the field?
The Benedictus Gauge reads the temperature and humidity and displays it on a 4 digit display upon sound activation.
Our names are Kevin Lata, Stephen Marcon, and Jos Malig-on. We are freshmen from Rice University and this is our ELEC 220 Spring Project.
We built a tomato timer that incorporates the Pomodoro technique to boost your productivity and help push you through midterms and finals!
Our project teaches infants how to gauge distance, improving depth perception through the use of the song "My Heart Will Go On. "
Want to throw a party but don't want to pay $$$ for a speaker and party lights? Look no further than our state of the art party speaker!
Music doesn't get better than this. (With this LaunchPad and a piezo buzzer at least.)
STING helps ensure plants in a greenhouse that need a certain level of light for growth 24/7 to get all the light they need!
This system can be used as both a backup radar and a collision warning system.
Test your memory in Memory Match! Each round you are shown a sequence of numbers that your must input back. The sequence grows each round.
A fun little musical instrument that plays tones and changes speed while moving your hands up and down.
Wearing shirts and shorts, but it's 40 degrees outside? Wearing a hoodie and sweats, but it's 103? Never again with a TEMPorary Solution.
Do you often forget to drink water when you are busy? Welcome to try our drink reminder water bottle.
Day 2 of the Aquabots Autnomous Vessels Project: Updating the GPS location with the Aquabots Client
Two versions based on Grove Light Sensor, one is reset by a push button, the other one requires a passcode
This note focuses on an inexpensive air quality sensor that has been in popular use for several years to quantify indoor particulate matter.
A new tutorial! This time I chose to build a musical instrument, a MIDI controller based on an Arduino dev board.
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