Play Pong with a friend without the need for a screen.
Spice up your next board game with this fun animated dice that uses a 8x8 LED matrix display
We are going to build a simple LED running circuit using an 9x9 LED matrix and two CD4017 decade counter ICs.
Drive a 32x32 RGB LED matrix with the NXP i. MX RT1010 EVK.
An alien-themed slot machine powered by an ATtiny85 microprocessor. Odds and payouts emulate typical slot machines found in casinos.
UltrasonicEyes is a fun and quirky project you can place somewhere and watch as it looks at things moving around in front of it. Freaky!
Unicast E1.31 to WS2811/WS2812 WiFi controller, output up to 1360 pixels (8 ports/universes, 170 pixels per port, 4080 channels).
This is my project about an Analog Clock on a LED matrix and Arduino.
One year ago I built a simple Arduino dice with my son. We have learned a lot in the meantime and it's time for an update...
48x8 Programmable Scrolling LED Matrix using Arduino and Shift Registers.
Orientation-aware 8x8 LED matrix clock
Mariah Bot is a remote controlled robot that sings, delivers drinks and brings holiday cheer wherever it is placed.
An ATtiny85-based badge-size PCB that can display letters and numbers.
A 16x32 LED matrix displaying an evolving RGB countdown 'til the new year. A surefire way to bring a New Year's Eve party to the next level!
Make beautiful music with Adafruit, SparkFun, Arduino and ProtoStax! Create an RGB matrix audio visualizer with Arduino.
128x32 pixel LED Matrix with Raspbberry Pi 3 and Windows IOT Core.
Get close and the Arduino is happy; go away and he gets sad.
Wunderpixel is an interactive gadget with a lot of functions to explore.
A fun, colourful RGB LED matrix with a twist!
You will be able to create a small aquarium assistant which will switch on/off the light and control water parameters automatically.
A Tetris game built with a homemade 16x8 matrix.
A 4x4 keypad that uses mechanical switches with individually backlit keys powered by an Arduino Pro Micro.
Get a room full of people to vote on a quiz wirelessly!
Build a word clock with just two parts. A Wemos D1 Arduino and an 8x8 RGB LED matrix.