Milk in Fridge – Internet of Things

I think that one day, all food cupboards & fridges/freezers will be smart. All products will have an RFID or video recognisable label which will update a list of product usage. Your local supermarket will gather this information & replenish your products as required - who knows ?? (After about 3 mins, skip forward to about 30 secs from end) Anyhow, I wanted to make my own Internet of Things and I wa ...

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Stunning RGB light effects using Arduino Nano

None of us could deny the fact that we would love with to play with LED’s and lighting stuffs. I love to play with LED’s and create attractive lighting effects. This project was a result of such attempt where i created a stunning RGB light effects using the popular development platform Arduino Nano. Let’s see the circuit, code and instruction on building this project. MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR RGB LIGHT EFFECT ...

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50,000V High Voltage Power Supply

DISCLAIMER: This is an extremely dangerous project, and it should only be attempted by people with experience in electronics, and specifically, High Voltage. If it's your first time seek help for your own safety. Homemade High Voltage supplies are unlikely to meet any international standards, the safety and correct operation is NOT guaranteed at all, and will depend on the skill level of the builder, the ef ...

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Fun DIY project – piano using Arduino

Here is yet another application you can put your Arduino to use. This will be an interesting DIY to make even though you are not very much into music. Though you cannot expect music out of this but still it will be a fun project worth giving a shot, trust me. This piano using Arduino was made out of switch buttons (used as keys), buzzer as sounder generate tones with different frequency. Read More: Fun DIY ...

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DIY USB Line Power Meter Stick

Another DIY project designed with Solo-Lab.com’s SoloPCB Designer tool is ready to be shared with Electro-Labs community. This is an USB stick which measures the supply voltage of the USB port and current drawn by the device connected to the port over the stick. Then it calculates the power consumption of the device and displays the whole information with the help of the small OLED display on the board. The ...

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Keyless piano using Arduino uno

Keyless piano using Arduino is sort of sequel to the DIY fun piano i have published in this website. In this project i have eliminated the need of buttons involved to play the piano. Here i have used IR in place of buttons. Let’s get into the construction and building part of this project. Read More:  Keyless piano using Arduino uno ...

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VU2ESE’s radio experiments

(A better, higher resolution diagram can be downloaded here: from my G Drive) If you don't want to read this long long write-up, here is a summary: This spectrum analyzer costs less than $100 to make. It is just a superhet radio that has a log amp where the speaker should have been. You can hack it. It has an Arduino. Works as well as a commercial spectrum analyzer. In some ways, even better. Works only upt ...

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Project X – Smart home control using Arduino

Project X – Smart home control using Arduino is all about automating your home smartly. Imagine your home responding to external condition by altering itself and that’s exactly what this project enables your home to do. Also this product features manual control just in case if you don’t want everything to be automatic. WHAT IT DOES?: Turn the required appliances on/off as soon as someone enters the room(Eve ...

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Therm: a Tiny PID Controller

Therm is a very small PID controller with an OLED display, thermocouple interface, and USB port. It can switch an external solid-state relay for driving large loads, or a transistor for driving small loads. When attached to a computer, it enumerates as a USB serial port for easy control and logging of data. The design is based around a STM32F0 microcontroller and the MAX31855 thermocouple-to-digital IC (not ...

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Electronic Spinet – Musical instrument using Arduino

Spinet it is a vintage musical instrument which has similar looks of a keyboard. It always get better when Technology touches the vintage stuffs. So we decided to build a simple Electronic Spinet using Arduino without using any keys. This project use of ultrasonic sensor which replace the keys. Let’s look into making of this project.   HARDWARE COMPONENTS: Arduino UNO HC-SR04 Ultrasonic sensors. 8 ohm Speak ...

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Visaton Exciter – an exciting loudspeaker

Fans of HiFi sound and similar „audiophils“ usually don´t cover their loudspakers and surely not their membranes. Firstly, to cover a beautiful top-class loudspeaker is almost a sin :-) and naturally all that stands in a way of sound usually influences it in a negative way. However, totally different situation is in traffic, audio bells, industrial conditions, in various kiosks (POS) and other applications. ...

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Garduino – Automatic plant watering system

During summers, most people are too lazy to water the potted plants every day and plants will eventually wither if people go out on vacation. Here is a simple Automatic plant watering system that can water plants in your absence. It is an Arduino based automatic plant water-feeder system that uses a soil moisture sensor.   This project is about building up a Automatic plant watering system using Arduino to ...

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