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The project was initially designed to acquire real-time race car data for BAJA-SAE competitions.
A Digistump-based LED strip that calculates what RPM corresponds to each gear to aid in heel-toe downshifting and rev-matching. Budget: $20
Work in progress
The Tactigon Board is perfect for creating your own gesture controller!
THE TACTIGON TEAM
I am gonna show you how to make a simple obstacle sensing system with cheap parts like IR LED and photo diode.
muhammed shameel k.v
Open source Smart energy monitor with some new features like "Terminal Commands " , "Readings Logger", "Data Plotting ".
In this project, we've made a car tuning for a RC Porsche using Arduino including an Android app to make car driving easier.
A teardown and repair log of my analog phone that happens to be in the shape of a hamburger.
Liz - Blitz City DIY
This is a very simple and easy to make, low profile, bright selfie flash, which can bring your low light selfies to life.
Learn how to use the 16x2 LCD with Arduino for various projects.
This system focuses on long term monitoring of how trails are used by hikers and bicyclists towards data-driven maintenance decisions.
Ali Irmak Ozdagli
When your stuff is being taken away by a thief, Arduino makes an alert and sends a notification to you via Gmail.
This project showcases how to make your waterproof servo actuated pan/tilt camera holder.
Team Turtle Rover
This is a project I put together that is basically two sensor stations: a base and a remote station.
A power outlet which can be controlled from internet, developed around WeMOS.
Bikash Narayan Panda
In this I have shown how to send data from temperature sensor which is connected to Arduino and send data to Rpi database.
Want to turn your Intel® NUC, or any Linux box running Ubuntu into an artificially intelligent, IoT connected CCTV hub? Check this out!
Using the Temperature Sensor from Adafruit
Turns your fan on and off by sensing the temperature.
This is my project about an Analog Clock on a LED matrix and Arduino.
Simply press a button to request an Uber ride! Isn't that cool?
Antoine de Chassey
We make several projects on various platforms and we always need the codes of any appliance, console, etc just by using an Arduino.