An Arduino UNO-based classic kitchen timer with LCD display and buzzer
This project is about an Arduino running a digital clock, a stopwatch, and a timer simultaneously!
This is how to make your own LCD timer, just with an Arduino, a LCD screen and some hook-up wires.
This solar powering unit is a time-switching, battery-powered, solar-charged circuit for Arduino.
ElBanquos Kitchen Timer - having 4 channels to keep track of multiple countdowns during food preparation. Easy to operate with 2 fingers.
Particle Internet Button turned into Pomodoro Timer (any time interval!)
This alarm clock and timer work without the help of a computer. All the settings can be done on the clock itself and stored in the EEPROM.
IFTTT is simple to use with Phillips Hue but its simplicity can be its downfall. Unlock its power with the Maker Channel and Raspberry Pi.
Measure how fast your Hot Wheels car moves at different points on your track or use it to tell how fast your race was.
A 60-second timer (adjustable) countdown clock.
Replacement for broken mechanical timer of a washing machine with electronic timer.
Alexa controlled timers at a glimpse. A really fancy egg-timer with added temperature control.
The Arduino delay() function has a (usually unintended) side effect, this lesson tells you what it is and how to avoid it if needed.
Use an powerfull tool to model your Arduino project behavior, say goodbye to "delay" and let QP control events.
My first PCB design project was to create a wearable, soldering practice project in the form of Digilent's loveable Turbo.
Here are 5 different projects using a 555 timer. Great for beginners!
A couple of quick circuits that use the generic 555 IC... plus a horrible little synth :D
Small board - great value (for how a little Arduino Nano is improving our Toastmasters meetings).
This features gen4-uLCD-35DT which will be used as a secondary display for a Raspberry Pi project, the Kitchen Timer.
Two Photons were used to set up a timer which can be activated upon a press of a button.
DIY an alarm using Arduino UNO R3 board.
This is an hourglass alarm that uses PICO, LEDs, and a buzzer to notify you when your time ends.
I recently got a Hackster logo badge PCB when attending an event. Here's a short tutorial on how to build it.