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evive is the ultimate open-source prototyping platform any maker would need. Its made for all age groups to serve a wide range of applications. Besides helping hobbyists and students in building their projects and experimental setups, it can be used by beginners to develop their making skills and by advanced users like researchers, professionals and educators to analyze and debug their projects.
Made with a vision of transforming the very basics of making, it enables you to innovate, transform and contribute towards technological progress of mankind.

Forget dealing with humongous amount of components! When you have evive, that's all you will need. It's awesome features and innumerable components make it a one-stop solution for the maker community. And all of that at a very affordable price!

Simon Says Game Made Using evive
Intermediate
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Make your own DIY Simon Says game and play with your friends.

Smartphone Controlled Electric Skateboard
Intermediate
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DIY powered skateboard controlled using Smartphone over Bluetooth communication with Arduino.

Menu Based Visual Interface for Arduino
Intermediate
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Evive's menu is pre-loaded with lots of utility functions like control, mini scope, serial monitor etc.

Tweet using Arduino, ESP and Keypad
Easy
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Tweet from your twitter account using Arduino MEGA, ESP-12E and Keypad via ThingSpeak.

Chatting Using evive and ESP8266
Intermediate
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Chatting is fun and interesting, but what if hobbyists can do it using the ultimate IoT enabled platform? We have used ESP-12E and evive.

DIY Rio Olympics Countdown Timer made with Arduino MEGA
Easy
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This is a DIY Rio Olympics Countdown Timer made using evive: an opensource Arduino powered prototyping platform.

Line follower robot using a smart phone
Intermediate
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Use a smartphone's camera as a sensor, evive and 1sheeld to make a line follower robot.

DIY Alarm Clock with evive
Easy
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Make your own DIY Digital and Analog Alarm Clock using real time clock RTC (PCF8563), Arduino, Potentiometer, Switch and TFT Screen

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