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Tired of losing our friends at festivals and having to spend precious time searching them? Here's our solution!
Build a system, Arduino compatible, with 240x320 pixels color display using the ILI9341 library .
Work in progress
Just for fun and soldering practice, I hooked a temperature sensor and LCD.
Neo Ventilator is an excellent Leslie ampli simulator but lacks of MIDI connections. My circuit resolves this issue.
Marco De Vivo
Collection of notes and projects.
This is my Halloween project for 2016 that includes multiple ESP8266 and Raspberry Pi's that are linked together via MQTT.
Make your Arduino figure out your remote is telling it to do!
This hacked wall clock ticks erratically but still keeps accurate time.
An automatic watering artifact which could surf the Internet.
LOFI Blocks is an app and a robot recipe that will help you learn (or teach others!) how to control ROBOTS
Control a virtual gauge using a potentiometer, Arduino and BLE Shield.
This tutorial describes how to create a wizard staff that changes colors when it is hit to the ground and blinks at different speeds.
This is a video tutorial of 60W cheap LED light which is so bright that it can blind anyone. Dimensions of the block -- 30x6x3cm.
Here We are Connecting a Temperature Sensor(LM-35) To our Arduino Board And Maintaining A Log File Of Date And Temperature in google sheet
A system that alerts me when mousetraps are triggered.
Build a simple egg incubator using a styrofoam cooler, a temperature controller, and a few electric components.
Spark Core Powered Basketball Arcade Game
The Yocto Project’s build system makes building your own Linux embedded system easy using “layers”.
A quick, easy and fun build for Raspberry Pi. An excellent first project for newcomers to Robotics, Raspberry Pi' and Python programming.
Team Burnley College - Raspberry Pi & Robotics Club
Create custom paper lamps with black Electric Paint and silver CircuitScribe ink.
In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to build a voltmeter with a big Nokia 5110 LCD display using Arduino.