A device for controlled ejection of fluid by volume (medicine/ chemical / fuel) or drop by drop for different applications.
Create and connect to a Jupyter Notebook server on your Raspberry Pi to control your MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator!
Today we will be using Build on Standard Library to launch an app to send SMS surveys to your friends, using Twilio and Airtable.
A real lab power supply costs a lot, so most of as will not buy one just for the pleasure of testing things at home. Here is the solution.
A tutorial to develop Max7219 8x8 Dot Matrix via "skiiiD."
A tutorial on using an SG90 servo motor with "skiiiD."
Tutorial to use Gyro Sensor MPU6050 module with "skiiiD"
Tutorial to use an HC-SR04 ultrasonic module with "skiiiD. "
Tutorial to use Joystick_HW504 module with "skiiiD."
skiiiD Editor is IDE for development boards. Now, it supports Arduino Uno and Mega with 70+ modules.
Need to make a a small boat hull or shaped foam insulated enclosure? Let's heat up some wire and get to work with CNC precision.
WIND is a project accelerator for the Adafruit Feather series microcontrollers. It turns them into easy to mount and wire together projects.
Sorry - this is not a hardware project, by maybe it helps you as much as it does to me and lets you edit a config. txt file with more fun...
Holder for a Wiha screwdriver set. 3D-printed with magnetic attachment!
Create a very cheap and effective board for testing a servo using minimal parts. This uses a 555 timer and is sponsored by PCBgogo.com.
Dual-pulse battery tab spot welder using repurposed and rewound microwave oven transformer and solid-state relay.
Inductance meter on favorite ATmega328P-PU running 16 MHz.
Rebuilding the PIC Inductance meter on STM32F030.
I needed a small amp so I decided to repurpose an old car stereo that had been collecting dust in the basement.
Do you live in constant fear of your robot being stranded as it gets you Taco Bell all because it’s motor became disconnected? Fear no more!
A Master Micro:bit (teacher) issues math equations to Client Micro:bits (students). Students then compete to be first w/ the correct answer.
The revival of an old favorite screw gun thanks to 3D printing and some electronic assembling.
Do some soldering? Dislike the fumes burning your eyeballs? Build a quick flexible fume fan to extract those fumes away like a boss.
The best aid for powering your Arduino or Raspberry Pi projects.