Arduino UNO based Projects List





  1. Traffic Lights Beginner Arduino Project

    This is a beginners project for the Arduino. I am using the Arduino Uno but should work with little or no modification on other arduino models. Setting up the hardware is…

  2. Tyco RC Arduino Robot

    Wanted to make your own robot but couldn’t afford the fancy H-Bridge IC’s or etch your own PCB? Want a quick and dirty method of making your own wheeled robot?…

  3. My Arduino WordClock

    The initial project, and certainly the one to which many were inspired is that of Doug Jackson. http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Word-Clock-Arduino-version/ also inspired by http://www.highonsolder.com/blog/2011/1/8/arduino-word-clock.html  http://www.instructables.com/id/Sleek-word-clock/ Step 1: The Materials The list of…

  4. Ultrasonic Range Finder with an ATtiny85 using an Arduino

    I’m here to show you how to use a HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Range Finder with an ATtiny85 as well as programming the ATtiny85 using the wonderful shield that randofo created. List of materials: ATtiny85 Programming…

  5. Arduino 2-axis servo solar tracker

    What is a solar tracker? A solar tracker can increase the efficiency of a solar panel by up to 100%! It does this by always keeping the panel perpendicular to…

  6. Arduino Motor Shield Tutorial

    The Arduino Motor Shield allows you to easily control motor direction and speed using an Arduino. By allowing you to simply address Arduino pins, it makes it very simple to…

  7. Arduino Ethernet Shield Tutorial

    The Arduino Ethernet Shield allows you to easily connect your Arduino to the internet. This shield enables your Arduino to send and receive data from anywhere in the world with…

  8. Arduino Color Sensor

    Here we will be learning how to make a color sensor. my model consists of three cardboard compartments containing an LED – one red, one blue, and one green -…

  9. Carduino- A simple Arduino robotics platform with its own library

    This is, as the title says, an Arduino-based robotics platform, with its own library. The “standard” model comes with two back motors, two omni-wheels in the front, and a distance…

  10. Bike Speedometer using an Arduino

    Monitor your road speed using the Arduino. This project uses a magnetic switch (also called a reed switch) to measure the speed of one of the bike’s wheels.  The Arduino…

  11. Waveform Generator using an Arduino

    Waveform generators (also called function generators) are useful for testing and debugging circuits.  I often use them to test the frequency response of electronics components like op amp and sensors. …

  12. LED Matrix with Game Controller using an Arduino

    This project was built for my introductory electronics class at the University of Waterloo in Canada.  This was my first introduction to electronics and therefore, my first project. Follow these…

  13. Sous-vide Arduino Shield

    *NOTE* THIS PROJECT IS DONE BY A GROUP OF STUDENTS FROM SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC Sous-vide (/suːˈviːd/; French for “under vacuum”)[1] is a method of cooking food sealed in airtight plastic bags…

  14. Audio Output using an Arduino

    Generate sound or output analog voltages with an Arduino.  This Instructable will show you how to set up a really basic digital to analog converter so you can start generating…

  15. Audio Input using an Arduino Board

    Send sound into your Arduino.  This Instructable will show you how to prepare audio so that it can be sampled and processed by an Arduino to make sound responsive projects…

  16. DIY Arduino Motor Shield

    Today, I’m going to show you how to make an Arduino motor shield (driver) at a low cost. It works splendidly, its posses almost all the characteristics of the original Arduino…

  17. Beginners guide to building Arduino robots with Bluetooth and Android

    In this tutorial we are going to go over building a Arduino robot that can be controlled via bluetooth with an Android phone/tablet. This is a beginners guide that is going to briefly go…

  18. LINUSBot – Line Follower Robot using Arduino

    The operation of this Robot is quite simple. Infra-red sensors placed at the front of the chassis  will monitor when our Robot is over a black line or when it…





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