Rubber duck but with CircuitPython.
With a keyboard, you can control anything, from your phone, iPad, laptop. This will give Arduino the power it needs to control any screen.
This is a demo project for the new Piksey Atto. We use the TTP224 touch IC and the APDS-9960 gesture module to control a computer.
Keyboard designed specifically for YouTube and Netflix on a PC. Works great with music players as well.
Log 6 analog and 8 digital pins from Arduino Uno simultaneously in Excel.
New gesture input device for computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, robots, and electronics projects. Connected by USB or serial output.
Arduino MKR1000 as a HID, for performing HID penetration testing over WiFi networks.
This is a simple project that will allow you to remotely control the display of presentations on your computer.
Capacitance reading keyboard for the Tyrian 2000 video game with paper and Electric Paint.
Find out how to do projection mapping with the Touch Board.
Arduino based foot operated reconfigurable macro keypad.
This is an Arduino base, preset keyboard emulation (HID-human interface device), with SD card file reader and AES 128 encryption.
I mapped the controls from a wireless SNES classic controller to usb keyboard presses. The basic idea can be used to control many things!
A 3D-printed, ATmega2560 (Arduino Mega)-based DJ MIDI controller .
A thumbs up/down button for Slack that works over BLE.
With an Adafruit Trinket M0 and some arcade style buttons, you can make your own DIY hot-key button panel.
Easy analog and digital data-logging using simple and inexpensive Arduino V-USB implementation.
This is a USB knob that will allow me to execute keyboard shortcuts at each step and get visual feedback.
Write messages with your Touch Board – or control games!
Prank your friends using Arduino – Upload the Arduino HID code, connect it to your friend's PC.
The project gives a short description on how to design a USB design which would enumerate as an HID, COM PORT and audio devices.
We made this project to show an example of how you can integrate the T-Skin into everyday tasks making them more interesting and intuitive.
The April Fools Day, prank your friends using Arduino – Upload the Arduino HID code, connect it to your friend's PC.
One big button for your computer, for special occasions: publishing articles, releasing apps, or sending out big emails. 😁