Arduino Project Lists

Arduino Project Lists :

Arduino is widely used in thousands of interactive projects. It consists of both a microcontroller board where you can order commands and software to store new code on the go.

Her Are Arduino Projects  List!

  1. Arduino UNO based Projects List
  2. Arduino Complete Projects List
  3. Arduino Complete Project Ideas List
  4. Arduino Nano Projects List
  5. Arduino Mega 2560 projects list
  6. Arduino Zero Projects List
  7. Esp8266 Arduino Projects List
  8. ESP32 Arduino Projects List
  9. Esp8266 Arduino Projects List in PDF offline downloadable
  10. Arduino Nano Projects List in PDF offline downloadable
  11. Arduino Zero Projects List in PDF offline downloadable
  12. Arduino Mega 2560 projects list in PDF offline downloadable
  13. Arduino UNO based Projects List in PDF file offline downloadable
  14. Arduino Proteus Projects List
  15. Android based Arduino Projects
  16. Arduino RTC ds1307 Projects List

 

  1. IoT Based Smart Mine Safety System Using Arduino
    Significance Addresses critical safety concerns in mining which is inherently hazardous work Leverages IoT and Arduino to develop a comprehensive safety monitoring system Has potential to significantly reduce accidents and improve standards if implemented widely Methodology [caption id="attachment_84755" align="aligncenter" width="391"] Fig. 1 Block Diagram of…... Listed under:
  2. Arduino Microcontroller Guide: Getting Started with DIY Electronics
    1        Introduction 1.1        Overview The Arduino microcontroller, a user-friendly yet robust single-board computer, has garnered significant popularity in both hobbyist and professional circles. Being open-source, Arduino boasts affordable hardware and freely available development software. This guide is tailored for students enrolled in ME 2011 or…... Listed under:
  3. Crafting Your Unique Arduino Creation: A DIY Project Guide
    Build Your Own Arduino Using affordable components and a solderless breadboard, you have the ability to swiftly and effortlessly construct your own Arduino setup. This approach proves invaluable for prototyping new design concepts or when avoiding the need to dismantle existing setups for Arduino usage.…... Listed under:
  4. Remote Control: Interacting with an Arduino via Web Interface
    Upon acquiring my initial Arduino board, my immediate aspiration was to administer it through a web interface. However, lacking an Ethernet shield initially, I deferred the idea. Recently, spurred by curiosity, I procured a shield from Amazon to explore the possibilities. The foremost step entailed…... Listed under:
  5. Exploring Arduino: How it Operates and its Versatile Applications
    Arduino is an open-source hardware platform consisting of a board equipped with a microcontroller and a development environment (software). It is specifically crafted to simplify the integration of electronics into diverse interdisciplinary projects. Today, we'll delve into understanding Arduino and its defining features. Arduino stands…... Listed under:
  6. Mastering I2C: Interfacing Arduino Boards for Seamless Communication
    In this project, we will establish I2C communication between two Arduino boards. Additionally, we will revisit some fundamentals of Arduino I2C communication, serving as a concise recap of what we've previously covered in detail in an earlier Arduino I2C Tutorial. We will explore all three…... Listed under:
  7. Arduino SoftwareSerial Mastery: Harnessing Multiple Serial Ports
    Description: This article delves into the Software Serial library, a commonly utilized resource in Arduino programming. It explores its significance in programming for Arduino Uno or Arduino Nano and provides insights into when and why to employ this library. Through the aid of a Proteus…... Listed under:
  8. Using Arduino as an ISP: Burning Bootloaders onto AVR Microcontrollers
    Introduction At times, incorporating AVR microcontrollers into electronic projects becomes necessary. However, beginners might encounter challenges in comprehending the process of uploading or burning code onto an AVR IC. Burning bootloaders onto AVR microcontrollers can be facilitated with the assistance of an Arduino board, particularly…... Listed under:
  9. Arduino Uno Projects: Entry-Level Innovations for Beginners
    The Arduino UNO, developed around the ATmega328P microcontroller, boasts a versatile array of features. With 14 digital I/O pins, including 6 PWM outputs, along with 6 analog inputs and a 16 MHz quartz crystal, it offers ample flexibility for various projects. Additionally, it comes equipped…... Listed under:
  10. Harnessing Monitoring Capabilities: Rasp Pi 3B Network Adapter
    The Raspberry Pi 3B+ (as well as all other Raspberry Pi models currently available) comes equipped with built-in WiFi functionality. The "wlan0" interface serves as the default connection gateway alongside Ethernet, yet it lacks the capability to enter "monitoring mode." In this guide, we'll demonstrate…... Listed under:
  11. Arduino-Based Smart Parking System with IR Sensor Integration
    Greetings, ElectroDuino enthusiasts! We're delighted to have you back on our platform. Today's focus revolves around the Smart Parking System Project, employing Arduino, IR Sensor, and Servo Motor technologies. Our discussion will encompass the Project Introduction, Conceptualization, Block Diagram, Necessary Components, Circuit Schematic, Operational Principles,…... Listed under:
  12. Building a DIY Digital Voltmeter with Arduino: A Beginner’s Guide
    Creating a straightforward digital voltmeter with an Arduino and a 16x2 liquid crystal display (LCD) is a straightforward process. Measuring voltages with an Arduino is relatively uncomplicated. The Arduino provides multiple analog input pins that link to an internal analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The Arduino ADC,…... Listed under:
  13. Arduino’s Dynamic Drive: Exploring 6 Projects with Motor Magic
    Choosing the Right Arduino Motor This guide on Arduino motors aims to provide fundamental information essential for selecting a motor for your project. If you've been engaged in DIY electronics for some time and feel confident in your skills, you might be seeking a more…... Listed under:
  14. From Arduino to Atmega32: A Programmer’s Journey with ISP
     A discourse of “embedded systems” Whether you are cognizant of it or choose to overlook this undeniable fact, you are either in possession of or have utilized an electronic device. This could range from a phone, an ATM machine, a radio, a laptop computer, a gaming…... Listed under:
  15. Enhancing Projects with Serial Connectivity Between Arduino Boards
    Description: Serial communication between two Arduino boards - This tutorial covers the process of establishing serial communication between two Arduino boards. While the Arduino Uno or Arduino Mega typically suffices for various projects such as CNC machines or 3D printers, instances arise where a single…... Listed under:
  16. Particle Photon Email Integration for Arduino Innovations
    Introduction This tutorial is brought to you by BreakoutBros.com. Access the complete version by following this link. Having explored the Particle Photon, I felt inclined to revisit one of our tutorials and introduce IoT (Internet of Things) capabilities using the Photon. In this guide, I…... Listed under:
  17. Mastering Motor Control: 6 Innovative Arduino Projects
    Choosing the Right Arduino Motor In this guide on Arduino motors, we'll delve into fundamental details essential for selecting the right motor for your specific project. If you've been immersed in the realm of DIY electronics for some time, feeling assured of your skills, you…... Listed under:
  18. Smart Home Automation Using Arduino: A Comprehensive Guide for Engineers
    Arduino serves as a foundational device for constructing electronic projects. It comprises a pre-programmed microcontroller or integrated development environment for coding and uploading onto the physical board. These devices facilitate the creation of interactive objects, receiving input from diverse sensors and managing motors, lights, and…... Listed under:
  19. Arduino Pathways: How to Make Informed Decisions
    My initial encounter with Arduino through this assignment marked my first independent experience. Reflecting on the challenges I faced during the in-class tutorial, I harbored reluctance towards reengaging with the breadboard. Consequently, I made an early decision to opt for a more uncomplicated circuit. While…... Listed under:
  20. Implementing Automation: TSOP 1738 Sensor and Arduino Applications
    Introduction Hello, tech enthusiasts! Welcome once again to Techatronic. We trust that you're familiar with the concept of automation, which happens to be quite popular these days. In this piece, we'll delve into the process of automating three LEDs utilizing a TSOP 1738 sensor module…... Listed under:
  21. Efficient Plant Care: Arduino-Based Automatic Watering System
    Hello everyone, welcome back to our website! This time, we're presenting an excellent project: the automatic plant watering system. Through this project, we employ technology to nurture plants automatically. After a month of implementation, we observed noticeable improvements in the plants' growth. Here, we'll be…... Listed under:
  22. A Guide to Building Your Own Single-Axis Solar Tracking System
    Introductions of single axis solar tracker: A solar tracker system that tracks sunlight based on its intensity is a popular Arduino project. It's categorized into two main types: the single-axis solar tracker and the dual-axis solar tracker. The single-axis solar tracker operates with a single…... Listed under:
  23. IoT Air Quality Sensor
    In this Instructable, I will walk you through the steps to build an IoT Air Quality Sensor. This is an inexpensive air quality sensor with reasonable accuracy and is accessible to internet through WiFi. This project is to integrate 3 sensors that detect different kinds…... Listed under:
  24. Arduino-Based Robotic Arm Controlled by Hand Gestures
    Introduction Hello everyone, trust you're doing well. We're excited to share our latest post on Arduino projects. This article focuses on creating a robot arm controlled by hand gestures using Arduino UNO. To detect hand movements, we'll utilize four IR sensors positioned in four distinct…... Listed under:
  25. Arduino Frequency Counter Tutorial for Electronics Enthusiasts
    In this guide, learn to construct a frequency counter device utilizing an Arduino UNO board. This device showcases signal frequency values on a 1602 LCD screen. It is designed specifically to measure the frequency of PWM signals that have a peak voltage of 5V. Hardware…... Listed under:
  26. Android App-Enabled WS2811 LED Control with Arduino via Bluetooth
    Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. Today, we're diving into an exciting project centered around illuminating effects. You might have come across RGB and pixel lighting in various settings such as decorations, vehicles, and even light bulbs. Our focus today is on working with WS2811…... Listed under:
  27. Arduino-Based Smartphone-Controlled Light System
    Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. Currently, phone-controlled lighting has become quite prevalent and easily available in the market. However, today, we'll demonstrate how to create a similar system at a significantly lower cost. This phone-controlled lighting setup is versatile and can be utilized anywhere…... Listed under:
  28. Arduino-Based Medication Alert System with RTC Integration
    Greetings everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. In this latest article, we're presenting a highly beneficial project known as the Medicine Reminder. This particular creation aims to assist individuals who require medication. Essentially, it comprises a box equipped with multiple drawers, three of which have the…... Listed under:
  29. Arduino-Powered Bidirectional Counter with IR Sensor
    Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. Today, we're diving into a highly practical project – the Bidirectional Counter. Our goal with this project is to tally individuals passing through the sensor. Bidirectional counters have become increasingly prevalent, especially aiding us during the pandemic. They find…... Listed under:
  30. Arduino-Powered Fire Fighter Robot: A Step-by-Step Guide
    Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. You might be familiar with the concept of a fire-fighting vehicle. Today, we're introducing an innovative advancement - the Firefighter Robot. This robot is a machine designed to operate autonomously, hence earning its title as a robot. Our creation…... Listed under:
  31. Creating a DIY Laser-Based Room Security Alarm
    A laser security alarm stands out as a highly effective system designed to detect any object or individual's presence. Within a designated room, multiple laser beams are often employed. Reflective mirrors are commonly utilized to create a laser grid. When any object intersects these beams,…... Listed under:
  32. Arduino-Powered Door Automation with Motion Sensor
    Introduction Hello enthusiasts, welcome back to Techatronic. Have you ever encountered an automatic door that seamlessly opens and closes on its own? In this guide, we'll demonstrate how you can craft your very own automatic door opener using a sensor and Arduino UNO. Typically, these…... Listed under:
  33. How To Make An Arduino Game Controller
    Introduction Creating your own game controller using an Arduino board can be an exciting and rewarding project for both beginners and experienced hobbyists. With the widespread popularity of gaming, custom controllers offer a unique and personalized gaming experience. This step-by-step guide will walk you through…... Listed under:
  34. Wireless Weather Monitoring: Arduino NRF-Based System
    Greetings Tech Enthusiasts! We're excited to introduce our latest project designed to assist in various settings like homes, offices, and more. Presenting our weather monitoring system employing Arduino as the primary controller for executing instructions. This system effectively tracks surrounding temperature and humidity levels. Utilizing…... Listed under:
  35. Exploring Arduino: LED Control using Rotary Encoder
    Introduction Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. Within this article, we'll be creating an Arduino LED project using a rotary encoder and a 16x2 LCD module. To ensure ease of understanding, we've included circuit diagrams and detailed connection descriptions for each setup. The rotary encoder…... Listed under:
  36. Arduino Magic: Driving Stepper Motors using ULN2003 Driver
    Introduction Hello everyone, trust you're all doing well. This article will guide you through creating a circuit to control a stepper motor using an Arduino UNO and the ULN2003 motor driver. Below, you'll find three circuit diagrams along with their respective codes. You're free to…... Listed under:
  37. Mastering Arduino Servo Control: A Comprehensive Tutorial
    Introduction Hello enthusiasts, welcome back to our latest post featuring Arduino UNO. In this article, we'll demonstrate how to create your own Arduino servo control remote system. This setup involves utilizing an IR remote control for wireless signal transmission, coupled with a TSOP IR receiver…... Listed under:
  38. Arduino GSM Communication: Calling and Messaging Tutorial
    Introduction Hello everyone, welcome back to our latest post. Are you familiar with a GSM module? In this article, we'll explore making calls and sending messages using Arduino and the GSM module. If you're new to understanding how a GSM module operates with Arduino, we…... Listed under:
  39. Enhancing Safety: Arduino-Based Smart Helmet for Accident Detection
    Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. The smart helmet encompasses a range of functionalities including navigation, call management, accident detection, alcohol sensing, and various other features aimed at transforming the helmet into a smart device. Prioritizing the safety and security of the rider, this helmet…... Listed under:
  40. ROBOTIC ROSE OF ENCHANTMENT DROPS PETALS ON COMMAND
    In Disney’s 1991 film Beauty and the Beast, an enchantress curses the young (10 or 11-year-old) prince to beast-hood for spurning her based solely on her appearance. She gives him a special rose that she says will bloom until his 21st birthday, at which time…... Listed under:
  41. Arduino UNO LCD Game: An Entertaining Display Project
    Introduction Mastering Arduino programming is a straightforward endeavor. All you require is a computer and a bit of time. Among the significant Arduino programming simulators available, Wokwi stands out. Why, you ask? Find out here. This article demonstrates the process of interfacing the LCD1602 with…... Listed under:
  42. Arduino-Powered Smart Water Heater: A DIY Project
    Hello everyone, welcome back to Techatronic. In today's session, we're diving into the creation of a smart water heater project utilizing Arduino and DS1820B temperature sensors. If you're inclined towards building a portable smart water heater for the winter season, this project is just for…... Listed under:
  43. Innovative Keyless Bike Technology: Arduino and Android App Integration
    Interested in starting your bike without a traditional key? Absolutely! We've developed a project tailored for tech enthusiasts eager to incorporate advanced technology into their bikes. Through our keyless bike project, you gain full control over your bike, including engine start and ignition. Additionally, you…... Listed under:
  44. Ultimate Control: NRF 24L01 Remote for RC Cars and Planes
    Hello, welcome back to Techatronic, fellow enthusiasts. Today, we're excited to showcase our latest project: the NRF Remote Control designed specifically for RC cars. This innovative remote is capable of controlling various car models. Additionally, it requires an accompanying device installed within the car or…... Listed under:
  45. Exploring the Best: Top 10 Arduino Projects That Define Creativity
    The Arduino platform has gained immense popularity, especially among newcomers to electronics. Unlike previous programmable circuit boards, Arduino simplifies the process by eliminating the need for additional hardware to load new code; just a USB cable is all that's required. If you're keen on delving…... Listed under:
  46. ESP32/ESP8266: Seamless Data Integration with MySQL and PHP
    In this project, we will develop an ESP32 or ESP8266 device that can communicate with a remote server. The device will act as an HTTP client by making POST requests to a PHP script. The purpose of these requests will be to send sensor data…... Listed under:
  47. Hands-On Arduino Uno Projects for Engineering Beginners
    The Arduino UNO, powered by ATmega328P, stands as a microcontroller equipped with 14 digital I/O pins, among which 6 facilitate PWM output. Additionally, it features 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz quartz crystal, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset…... Listed under:
  48. Arduino Magic: Building an Easy EMF Detector from Scratch
    The EMF detector showcased in this video utilizes a minimal number of components, making it straightforward to construct without the need for any tuning. It functions excellently right from its initial power-on, requiring no adjustments. Project description An EMF (electromagnetic field) meter serves the purpose…... Listed under:
  49. Illuminate Your Space: Crafting an Arduino Sunflower
    Introduction Arduino isn't solely for complex projects; it can also serve as a platform for simpler ones, imparting valuable skills to beginners. Our aim is to demonstrate the fun side of electronic components, educating others about circuits and components. In this tutorial, let's embark on…... Listed under:
  50. Arduino IDE: Transforming Digital Electronics in PHYS 432
    Introduction This guide provides a concise overview of initiating Arduino microprocessor programming through the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE). While these instructions cater specifically to the Arduino Nano board utilizing the ATmega328 microprocessor, a similar process should be applicable to various Arduino boards. Please note…... Listed under:
  51. Master the Art of Bootloader Burning with Arduino as ISP: A Comprehensive Guide
    Introduction For many electronics projects, AVR microcontrollers are commonly used. However, as a beginner, uploading or flashing code to an AVR can be challenging to understand. When other programming hardware is unavailable, an Arduino board can help burn bootloaders onto AVRs. It also enables creating…... Listed under:
  52. Beat the Heat: DIY Temperature-Controlled Fan Speed Regulator
    This standalone automatic fan speed controller project regulates the rotational velocity of an electric fan based on dynamic feedback. By leveraging embedded system technologies like a microcontroller and closed-loop control architecture, it provides efficient and reliable temperature regulation. The ATMega8/168/328 MCU allows for nimble adjustments…... Listed under:
  53. Sound Off: Silencing Noise Pollution with Arduino and IoT
    Increasing noise levels have become a major issue in many urban areas today due to factors like population increases, urban development, and technological advancements. Moreover, excessive noise from a neighbor or colleague can seriously impact one's well-being and quality of life. Conversations conducted at high…... Listed under:
  54. Enhance Home Security with a DIY Arduino Window Alarm Annunciator
    This project demonstrates an Arduino Uno-based window alarm annunciator system. Annunciators are commonly employed in industrial settings like manufacturing facilities, power plants, and other process operations to monitor changing plant conditions. The annunciator alerts operators to any abnormal or deviant parameter readings that require attention.…... Listed under:
  55. Craft Your Own Wireless Frequency Meter with Arduino: A DIY Guide
    This project details the development of a wireless Arduino frequency meter capable of determining the frequency of AC sinusoidal waveforms between 50Hz and 3kHz. Figures 1 and 2 depict the prototype hardware constructed for the transmitting and receiving functions. Figure 1 shows the transmitting circuit…... Listed under:
  56. Dazzle Your Eyes with a Twinkling LED Symphony: Learn to Create Your Own LED Display
    This circuit demonstration showcases a random LED flasher controlling twenty lights. LED flashers and sequencers are commonly employed in decorative lighting applications to produce aesthetically pleasing color patterns. Rather than steadfast illumination, these systems cycle LEDs on and off in either a predetermined sequence or…... Listed under:
  57. Track Your Valuables with the Unbeatable Power of Arduino and GPS!
    It is common for parents to feel concern for their children when they are apart. Questions arise around whether the kids made it safely to school, if they are alone at home, or playing with friends at the park. Ensuring a child's well-being when…... Listed under:
  58. Transform Your Home into a Futuristic Hub with This DIY Real-Time Clock and Temperature Display
    This project demonstrates building a real-time clock (RTC) with temperature display using an Arduino, DS3231 RTC chip, and SSD1306 OLED display (128x64 pixels). The DS3231 RTC chip provides more accuracy than the DS1307 and incorporates an onboard temperature sensor. It maintains timekeeping even without the…... Listed under:
  59. Grab Control of Industrial Automation with This DIY Joystick System
    This system allows remote control of up to four industrial devices using a joystick and Arduino Nano microcontroller board. Figure 1 presents a block diagram of the joystick-controlled industrial automation setup. Key components include: An Arduino Nano which processes signals from the joystick and outputs…... Listed under:
  60. Smart Washroom: Experience Hands-Free Lighting with IR Sensors
    This Arduino Uno and IR sensor-based system automatically controls the lighting in a bathroom connected to AC mains power. The IR sensors detect when a person enters or exits the room. Upon detection of entry, the light bulb or tube light is immediately switched on.…... Listed under:
  61. Bluetooth 5.3 SoC: The Future of Wireless Connectivity
    Description The BlueNRG-LPS is an ultra-low power programmable Bluetooth Low Energy wireless system-on-chip (SoC) solution from STMicroelectronics. It includes highly optimized 2.4 GHz radio IPs for excellent radio performance and minimal power consumption, allowing for exceptional battery life. The BlueNRG-LPS supports Bluetooth Low Energy 5.3,…... Listed under:
  62. Arduino Programming with .NET and Sketch
    Introduction Arduino serves as a development platform for creating embedded applications, incorporating a variety of sensors and actuators. It relies on open-source hardware, offering a range of Arduino models for your development needs. This book is tailored for developers, particularly those proficient in .NET, who…... Listed under:
  63. Ultrasonic Security System
    This tutorial provides a straightforward guide for crafting a small security device with an Arduino. Step 1: Assemble Materials Step 2: Setup Attach a red wire from the 5V pin on the Arduino to the positive segment of the breadboard. Establish a connection with a…... Listed under:
  64. Play Midi Files From an SD Card Using Your Arduino UNO
    Store MIDI files on an SD Card and utilize an SD shield connected to your Arduino to play these songs on a MIDI device. This project illustrates the creation of an Arduino-based MIDI player. The Arduino is linked to a DS1307 Data Logger Shield equipped…... Listed under:
  65. Sensors Guide
    The intention behind this guide is to furnish valuable insights into the typical sensors employed in the RAD SLDP. It's worth noting that sensors produced by various manufacturers might have slight variations compared to the ones outlined in this guide, but comprehensive documentation for all…... Listed under:
  66. 17 Cool Arduino Project Ideas for DIY Enthusiasts
    Arduino is a versatile platform that seamlessly integrates open-source software and hardware, enabling individuals to effortlessly develop interactive projects. You can acquire single board computers compatible with Arduino and employ them to craft practical inventions. Beyond the hardware, proficiency in the Arduino language and utilization…... Listed under:
  67. Awesome Arduino Projects for Engineers and Students
    Are you in search of intriguing and innovative Arduino project ideas? Look no further! Below, you'll find an assortment of captivating and distinctive project concepts that can be pursued with Arduino. These projects span a broad spectrum of applications, including home automation, the creation of…... Listed under:
  68. Toll Tax System using Arduino: Ultrasonic Sensor with Servo Motor
    Toll Tax System Project: Creating an Arduino-Based Toll Tax System with Ultrasonic Sensor and Servo Motor: Greetings, dear readers! In this article, we will guide you through the process of constructing an automated toll tax system using an Arduino Uno. We provide clear, step-by-step instructions,…... Listed under:
  69. Creating a DIY device for monitoring power consumption using ESP32
    Electrical appliances are an integral part of our daily lives, ranging from the essential smartphone charger to larger devices like room heaters, air conditioners, and washing machines. Given the current global energy crisis, it has become crucial to gain insights into the power consumption of…... Listed under:
  70. Create a PCB light panel with touch capacitive technology for managing a NeoPixel LED strip
    In this guide, we will illustrate the process of crafting a touch capacitive PCB with an ATMega328P IC, designed to oversee Neo-Pixel LED strips. Our PCB boasts versatile capabilities, encompassing music-reactive, random animation, and RGB control modes. Building on our prior exploration of touch capacitive…... Listed under:
  71. Compact Soil Moisture Monitoring Device for IoT with Low Power Consumption
    Many soil monitoring sensors are available, compatible with Arduino and other embedded modules, making them suitable for programming in different project domains, including Smart Agriculture Monitoring Systems. However, a challenge arises due to the lack of a standardized, versatile module that can be easily adapted…... Listed under:
  72. Machine for Cutting Resistor Reels Utilizing Arduino Technology
    Introduction In advanced electronics PCB assembly lines, pick and place machines are typically used to retrieve components from an SMD reel and position them on a PCB. However, this becomes impractical for medium-scale production or when employing THT (through-hole type) components on your PCB. This…... Listed under:
  73. Creating an Animatronic Eye with Arduino Using 3D Printing
    Introduction In this endeavor, we're embarking on the construction of an Arduino-based animatronic eye. The inspiration for this project was born during my online quest for innovative project ideas, and this concept instantly captivated my interest. Firstly, its aesthetic appeal combined with a straightforward mechanism…... Listed under:
  74. Exploring Arduino: An Open-Source Platform for Creative Electronics Prototyping
    Introduction Arduino represents an open-source electronics prototyping platform built upon versatile and user-friendly hardware and software components. Its purpose is to cater to artists, designers, hobbyists, and individuals keen on crafting interactive objects or environments. Getting Started with Arduino UNO The Arduino platform offers a…... Listed under:
  75. Importance of Sensors in Robotics and Interfacing with Arduino
    Sensors are essential for the functioning of senses. Within the field of robotics, the fundamental senses rely on basic sensors, such as mechanical switches that detect object contact, and photosensitive resistors and transistors that identify the presence or absence of light. Remarkably, a robot can…... Listed under:
  76. Temperature Measurement and Control
    In addition to its roles in controlling motors, LCDs, and LEDs, the Arduino also possesses the capability to gauge temperature measurement. By connecting an analog temperature sensor to the Arduino, it can function as an electronic thermometer. This section will guide you through the process…... Listed under: ,
  77. Temperature Control of a Lightbulb
    Required Equipment lightbulb (incandescent, LED, CFL, etc.) AC solid-state relay (hockey-puck type, etc.) temperature sensor (TMP36, etc.) Arduino board (e.g. Uno, Mega 2560, etc.) In this example, the temperature of the lightbulb is gauged using a TMP36 sensor. This sensor is cost-effective, reasonably accurate, and…... Listed under:
  78. Physical Computing and DC Motor Control
    Managing a DC motor through an Arduino is a straightforward task. Beyond employing a basic electric switch, there are diverse approaches to engage with a motor. Moreover, the conventional electromechanical relay can be readily substituted with a carefully chosen transistor, enabling software-based speed control. This…... Listed under:
  79. Creating Mini Digital Roulette Games with Arduino.
    Crafting straightforward electronic games becomes effortless with the Arduino. Within the scope of this chapter, I will demonstrate the possibility of constructing an interactive mini casino game using fundamental digital electronic circuits within a mere two-hour timeframe. By leveraging just nine distinct electronic elements and…... Listed under:
  80. Keypad Input Processing: Basic Procedure and Applications
    Keypad Description The Significance of Keypads as Input Devices and their Role in Various Applications Keypads serve as essential input peripherals for data entry, similar to how keyboards are crucial to computers. Numerous applications heavily rely on users providing fundamental inputs, much like those available…... Listed under:
  81. Voice-Controlled LED System Using HC-05 Bluetooth Module and Smartphone
    Summary In this undertaking, we'll employ an HC-05 Bluetooth module alongside a smartphone for transmitting vocal instructions to oversee LEDs and to accept voice directives. Our approach involves utilizing an "Arduino Bluetooth Voice Controller" Android application, readily downloadable from the Play Store. The microphone captures…... Listed under:
  82. BO Motor With Encoder Gives Precise Movement
    For precise BO motor control or for crafting budget-friendly projects utilizing PID, the integration of such encoders with motors holds great promise. Story Geared DC motors find extensive application in hobby projects, such as constructing robotic cars and moving robotics. Yet, for meticulous movement, the…... Listed under:
  83. Gesture Sensor Control Using Arduino
    The DF Robot Gravity sensor now combines gesture controls and touch switches, offering an expanded array of combinations to manage the ON/OFF switch. Narrative This sensor module combines gesture recognition and touch detection capabilities into a single unit, offering an adaptable detection range spanning from…... Listed under:
  84. Creating a Fire Detector with Omniverse Replicator and Arduino Nicla
    This project serves as a proof-of-concept, showcasing the utilization of TinyML and a synthetic dataset for the purpose of fire detection. Story The threat posed by fires is of utmost concern to humanity, emphasizing the crucial need for reliable detection. Current flame sensors are constrained…... Listed under:
  85. [Password Box] Arduino One Touch Password Input (USB Keyboard Hack)
    Today is the world of internet social. We have many social platform Email, Facebook, Instagrams, Twitter, Instructables and etc.For security issue we should not use the same password for these platform and some platform enforce us to create password that difficult to remember. It is…... Listed under:
  86. Lane Tech PCL Amazon Alexa PC Boot and Heater start
    Initiate the activation of a computer and the operation of a space heater using either Amazon Alexa or the associated app, and subsequently employ a temperature sensor to control and maintain the heater's temperature. Story The Idea Located near a bay window in my basement,…... Listed under:
  87. General Purpose Relay Timer
    Story Throughout my years of experience, I've created numerous timers and encountered a plethora of mobile apps. However, when I found myself in need of a straightforward solution to seamlessly automate the on-off cycle of a circuit I was actively developing, none of the available…... Listed under:
  88. Remote control of a multi-light chandelier with Arduino
    Story: It all began with a seemingly simple intention – replacing the bulbs in the chandelier adorning my bedroom. As you can observe in the accompanying image, the chandelier boasts an elegant design. Yet, a minor predicament emerged. To begin with, the fixture comprises a…... Listed under: ,
  89. Utilizing the W5300 TOE Shield with Arduino IDE and STM32 Nucleo-F429ZI: A Comprehensive Guide
    Narrative 0. Preface This guide is dedicated to instructing you on the utilization of the W5300 TOE Shield in tandem with the Arduino IDE, particularly when paired with the STM32 Nucleo-F429ZI board. Within this document, we shall furnish a comprehensive, step-by-step tutorial encompassing the configuration…... Listed under: ,
  90. The NetP Project: Creating a Network of Processors with Arduino Mini Pro Boards
    Narrative Arduino is truly remarkable; I have a deep fondness for it. It can be likened to the "Lego" of the electronics and automation world. Presently, I'm engrossed in a project where numerous MCU boards are orchestrated to form an interconnected network of processors, aptly…... Listed under: ,
  91. Recommended Approach to Programming and Hardware Development: C++ and Arduino Framework
    Story Rapid Overview of the Seed Studio Grove Kit Frequently, people inquire about the optimal approach to delve into programming and hardware development. The response consistently points to the C++ language and, notably, the Arduino framework. While the software aspect is well-defined, what about the…... Listed under: ,
  92. Introduction to the Arduino Project: An Open Source Experimental Aircraft PFD Manual
    The Open Cockpit Arduino 4.3 Version 1.0 Beta The Arduino project is a PFD (Primary Flight Display) for experimental aircraft, built on Arduino's open-source platform. Its purpose extends to both educational and experimental contexts. Further enhancements are anticipated, aiming to provide an affordable backup instrument…... Listed under: ,
  93. Objective of the Experiment: Arduino Microcontrollers Applications with Switches and Sensors
    I. Objective The main goal of this experiment is to familiarize oneself with the utilization of the Arduino microcontrollers for monitoring switches and sensors. Additionally, the objective is to trigger devices like LEDs or a speaker based on specific sensor output values. II. List of…... Listed under: ,
  94. Making Sounds with Arduino
    The limited funding and job opportunities in the humanities field make it challenging for emerging scholars to pursue additional knowledge. As scholars must acquire extensive knowledge within their respective disciplines, they must also create coherent projects within an academic context. This situation creates difficulties for…... Listed under:
  95. Controlling DC Motors and Servo Motors with Arduino and Processing GUI
    The workshop demonstrates how to control motors using Arduino and Processing In today's workshop, participants will learn how to control two types of motors, namely DC motors and servo motors, using the Arduino board. The workshop will make use of firmata and a Processing to…... Listed under:
  96. Introduction to Arduino Using TinkerCAD Simulator: No Hardware Required
    Context and Preparation Getting started with tinkering on Microcontrollers can often be hindered by the need to purchase hardware. In this tutorial, we offer an introduction to Arduino that requires no prior experience and no physical hardware. Instead, we will utilize an Arduino simulator called…... Listed under:
  97. Biomedical Device
    Introduction and Overview Biomedical engineering, a highly interdisciplinary field within STEM, offers opportunities for engineering and computer science students to engage in its endeavors. It involves the application of biology and engineering principles to create novel devices aimed at enhancing healthcare and medical options. Prominent…... Listed under:
  98. Experiment Objective: Utilizing Arduino Microcontroller for Switches, Sensors, LEDs, and Speaker Control
    I. Experiment Objective The main goal of this experiment is to gain proficiency in using the Arduino microcontroller to observe switches and sensors and to trigger devices like LEDs or a speaker based on specific sensor output values. II. Required Components List This experiment will…... Listed under: ,
  99. Gameduino Snake – Final Project
    For my physical computing class, I created a project utilizing the SparkFun Redboard. I've named it the Gameduino Snake, as it's essentially a compact handheld gadget that enables users to enjoy a game of snake on an LED matrix. The game incorporates a basic 8×8…... Listed under:
  100. DSP Shield
    The objective of the DSP Shield project is to enhance the accessibility of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) concepts and applications, particularly by introducing DSP as a teaching tool for signal education at the undergraduate level or even earlier. The project aims to bridge the gap…... Listed under:
  101. Extra inputs for Arduino with a keyboard
    The Arduino is perhaps the coolest thing on earth. There are many types, the Uno, the Mega, the Pro, the Pro Mini, etc. etc. But one thing that often can be a problem is that you only have a limited number of inputs and outputs.…... Listed under: ,
  102. Analyzing The Arduino Developer Community
    Paraphrased: "Arduino creates open source hardware and software, specifically focusing on microcontrollers, for educational and prototyping endeavors. Those familiar with me are aware of my passion for exploring Arduinos and Raspberry Pi. While I don't aspire to be an electrical engineer, I'm primarily drawn to…... Listed under:
  103. Introduction to Arduino: A Versatile Physical Computing Platform
    Arduino Interfacing Introduction to Arduino: Arduino serves as a medium for engaging with the physical world through sensors. It constitutes an open-source physical computing platform centered around a straightforward and affordable micro-controller board, accompanied by a development environment tailored for writing software compatible with the…... Listed under: ,
  104. Motion Sensing Digital Camera & Alarm using Arduino
    Welcome to my instructable on how to make an Arduino-controlled motion sensing camera and alarm! The motivation behind this project, which I worked on in my electronics class at Pomona College, was the need to keep away varmints (particularly raccoons) that were digging up my…... Listed under: ,
  105. Easy Electronics Organization using Arduino
    Like many other electronic enthusiasts I need to have a constant supply of materials in order for us to keep building, hacking, or just playing around with electronics. However as probably any of us have come to realize we need a lot of space and…... Listed under:
  106. A Planar 2-DOF Haptic Device for Exploring Gravitational Fields
    For our project, we built a planar, 2 degree-of-freedom haptic device for educational use. The design is based on a 5-bar mechanism. We wanted to build a device that would have the versatility to teach various concepts, but would still be relatively affordable (as the…... Listed under:
  107. X-Track – Wireless music visualization and tracker
    X-Track is a prototype wireless device which connects you to the music, by providing entertainment with its bright beat-synched LEDs and tracking your moves so that you can later learn how much you enjoyed the night, and which parts were especially moving you. Remote wireless…... Listed under:
  108. Make a Musical Bench using Arduino
    The Musical Bench is an exhibit which makes music when people touch, kiss, or hold hands. It uses a micro-controller to detect changes in resistance, via the copper armrests, and plays high or low notes depending on how much current flows through you and a…... Listed under:
  109. Portable Haptics System Hardware
    Mobile Phone There is a wide selection of mobile phones on the market. For our development, we chose Nokia 6210 Navigator due to its ability to run Java, accompanied by Bluetooth communication, and its small form factor. The phone mainly acts as a remote control…... Listed under:
  110. Robo-Mobile – A Homemade Bluetooth Robot using arduino
    Background This robot is one I built to learn. Before this project I did get my feet wet with a few small scale Arduino projects like an ultrasonic robot, (that would move backwards until it was a certain distance away from the wall,) and I…... Listed under:
  111. Knockdown Warning Indicator (Redux)
    This week I continued developing a device that warns of the potential of a knockdown – the process by which an over-canvassed sailing ship is lain over on her beam-ends during a squall.  The potential for sinking at this point is high, especially if there…... Listed under: ,
  112. Smartphone controlled Arduino tank using Annikken Andee
    Hi guys, I am Robin, one of the developers of Annikken Andee. Just a few weeks back we were invited to be a part of Arduino Day Singapore 2014. On the day of the event, we showcased a missile-firing lego-crushing smartphone controlled Tank built using…... Listed under:
  113. Bitcoin Price Ticker (almost) from scratch using Arduino as ISP
    Hello everyone! I decided to create this tutorial on how to make a Bitcoin Price Ticker. Well, this is only a prototype and I will make a smaller edition with a more pleasant design and some other features at a later time. However, this serves…... Listed under:
  114. Dual Axis Solar Tracker Arduino Project Using LDR & Servo Motors
    Greetings and welcome to The IoT Projects. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of creating a Dual Axis Solar Tracker Arduino Project using LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) and Servo Motors. We have organized the article into seven segments, providing a step-by-step…... Listed under:
  115. First Solo Experience with Arduino and Choosing a Simple Circuit with IR Remote and Sensor
    CHOOSING A DIRECTION For this assignment, I embarked on my inaugural solo experience with Arduino. After facing some challenges during the in-class tutorial, I felt apprehensive about dealing with the breadboard once more. Consequently, I made an early decision to work on a simpler circuit.…... Listed under:
  116. Passive Sensors – Detecting Light and Motion
    Equipment:  Arduino UNO microcomputer, PC with Arduino IDE installed, and a USB cable.                        CdS PhotoSensitive Resistor(s), 10K Ohm Resistor, and Parallax PIR Motion Sensor Passive sensors detect some physical phenomena and provide some amount of information about it that can be used for action…... Listed under:
  117. Arduino Project Challenge: Exploring Sensor Readings and Component Control
    HW9 – Arduino The Task: In our Arduino project challenge, we were free to create anything of our liking, with the only requirement being that the circuit must either read a sensor or control an active component. During a class session, a practice example was…... Listed under: ,
  118. How to make Arduino Laser Turret using Servo motors and Joystick
    Arduino Laser Turret, Overview: In this project, I will demonstrate how to create an Arduino laser turret using servo motors and a two-axis joystick. I will provide the necessary code and a circuit diagram, accompanied by a detailed explanation of the project. This will enable…... Listed under:
  119. Machine Design Using Arduino
    The assignment for this week is to automate the machine assembled two weeks ago. For this Roxanna milled the Arduino's shield for controlling the steppers, but Alejandro found that we haven't all the components for stuffing, specially the A3982 - stepper motor driver, so as…... Listed under:
  120. Redesigning the RA-02 Breakout board module
    Story The RA-02 Breakout module includes level converters The RA-02 Breakout Module is designed to be beginner-friendly and compatible with breadboards. Many of them may possess one or more RA-02 Breakout modules. For those who do, they are undoubtedly aware of the challenges associated with…... Listed under:
  121. Ultrasonic sensor HC-SR04 arduino project with code
    Many times, when parking our cars in the garage, we accidentally scratch them against the walls or cause damage due to a lack of visibility regarding the remaining distance between the car and the wall. To address this issue, we can create a straightforward electronic…... Listed under:
  122. Tracking Cat Eyes via Kinect using Arduino
    This instructable was made as part of the CS graduate course "Tangible Interactive Computing" at the University of Maryland, College Park taught by Professor Jon Froehlich. The course focused on exploring the materiality of interactive computing and, in the words of MIT Professor Hiroshii Ishii,…... Listed under:
  123. Build Simon Game Using Arduino
    High Level Description: For part 3 of the lab, our group decided to build a “Simon” game. Our game setup uses 3 buttons and 4 LEDs. Each button corresponds to one LED and the 4th LED is used to indicate an error. The game starts…... Listed under:
  124. Our Personal Favourite Arduino Projects for you to Try in 2023
    In the realm of do-it-yourself (DIY) electronics and robotics projects, Arduino stands as a prominent open-source microcontroller platform. It boasts a user-friendly nature and enjoys a vast community of users who actively contribute their projects and provide assistance to fellow enthusiasts. Throughout the year 2022,…... Listed under:
  125. Musical Exercise: Workout Shirt MP3 Player Powered by Exercise using Arduino
    People love listening to music while exercising. Music provides the motivation needed for individuals to keep exerting energy and get in shape. So, because people enjoy listening to music while exercising, what if an MP3 player only played an individual's music while they are active?…... Listed under: ,
  126. ANDROID BASED ROBOTICS
    While the field of robotics is continuously expanding at a remarkable rate and better performing robots are created every year, robotics still remains out of reach for many students and researchers. The main reasons for this difficulty are the high complexity of the hardware and…... Listed under:
  127. Bird Feeder Monitor using Arduino
    This is a project to monitor the number of birds that visit my bird feeder, as well as record the amount of time spent feeding. I used an Arduino Yún and a capacitive touch sensor, Adafruit CAP1188, to detect and record the birds feeding. On…... Listed under:
  128. 5x5x5 LED Cube – Orientation Independent 3D Display
    Introduction   Our project, in one sentence, is an orientation independent 3D LED display. We were inspired by various videos on youtube of similar cubes but also by the idea of creating an interactive 3-dimensional display. We built a 5x5x5 LED cube display and controller…... Listed under:
  129. Talking Arduino Heart Rate Monitor
    My partner and I wanted to make heart rate monitor that does more than simply measure a user's heart rate. Our heart rate monitor talks! Each button gives a verbal description of its functionality and makes the measurements visible on the screen. This monitor will…... Listed under:
  130. Creating A SoundBox Using Arduino
    Ideas and Sketches Squat Coach – Detects the depth of your squats and assesses your form. Flex sensor is positioned to run up the back of knee joint Etch-A-Sketch – Arduino version of Etch-A-Sketch game. Users control stylus with 2 rotational potentiometers  Adaptive Lighting –…... Listed under:
  131. Digital I/O with Arduino Boards
    Readings in Physical Computing Ch 6. pgs 87-136 (this week and next week) Ch 7: Serial Communication [137-143; 149-150; 153-161] Before the lab You should have already successfully installed the Arduino environment on your laptop, built the LED circuit, and successfully load/run the “blink” program to…... Listed under:
  132. The Creepy Doll using Arduino
    Here at Mikamai, we often organise events and hackathons. After the last hackathon, someone left an old doll, and it was kinda creepy... so why not make it even creepier? I decided to put two red LEDs instead of the eyes, and a vibration sensor…... Listed under:
  133. IoT based health monitoring system | Arduino Project
    An Arduino and a generic ESP8266 are utilized in an Internet of Things (IoT) patient health monitoring system. The project's concept involves gathering and transmitting the health information of patients. Project description The term "IoT-based patient health monitoring system" refers to a broad category of…... Listed under:
  134. Open Source Camera Quadcopter
    Introduction When our team was initially assigned the task of transforming this project from a cinematography quadcopter to a more practical sensor quadcopter, we made the decision to redesign the frame. This decision was not taken lightly, but it was concluded that one of the…... Listed under:
  135. Catchin’ time using Arduino
    This tutorial will show you how to build an interactive toy for children. This toy wants to give a boost to children to move and play with friends at home or in a park, instead of watching TV and playing videogames. Catchin' time is a…... Listed under:
  136. Sleep n’ Tweet
    Step 1: The Sleep n' Tweet Now I am lucky enough to work at the greatest company in the world as a University of Waterloo, co-op student. It might not even be a company you’ve heard of yet. They’re named Upverter and we are trying…... Listed under: ,
  137. Password access with arduino
    ~~ The complete kit for this tutorial is now for sale at www.razvantech.com   Get one! ~~ This instructable will show you how to make a pass-code lock system using the Arduino Mega board. Whenyou type the right code, an LED lights up an the servo…... Listed under:
  138. SOLAR TRACKER ARDUINO PROJECT
    Overview: The solar tracking device is designed to ensure that a flat panel with a solar cell is constantly aligned with the movement of the sun across the sky. It utilizes two light dependent resistors (LDRs) positioned on opposite sides of a fin to measure…... Listed under:
  139. Make Your Pet Dishes Tweet Using Arduino
    You give your pets everything: Food, water, a home, toys, and love. Why not give them a twitter account? This project allows you to monitor your pets' eating habits and receive alerts when their supplies are low. It's also a cute, fun way to learn…... Listed under:
  140. Animatronic Green-Winged Macaw Papercraft
    Hello everybody! This macaw was part of a work of biology at the college of my daughter, who was attempting to educate people not to buy wild animals. This beautiful animal, natural tropical forests of South America, is highly coveted by smugglers. In captivity, unlikely…... Listed under:
  141. AlarmingTweet Using Arduino
    This project will add tweeting capabilities to the GE 45142 Choice-Alert Wireless Control Center Alarm system. The alarm system allows you to connect up to 16 different sensors across 4 zones and with the addition of the Arduino powered Alarming Tweet you can enable it…... Listed under:
  142. USB Mouse Made Out Of A Wii Nunchuck
    This instructable will describe how to convert a Nintendo Wii Nunchuck controller into a USB 2-button mouse using a Teensy USB.  The Teensy USB is a very user-friendly development board that can be programmed in an Arduino environment. The Teensy USB development board and necessary…... Listed under:
  143. Reddit Controller, USB Upvote/Downvote button
    Not too long ago I saw the “Awesome Button” video on the Make Magazine podcast. In the video Matt Richardson shows how you can take a Teensy development board and turn it into a simple USB keyboard. In his example everytime a button is pressed…... Listed under:
  144. Make A Electric Turtle Robot Using Arduino
    Be sure to check out my new instructable , the 'little Tank'! Really nice tracked design complete with cut files! update: I've had so much response on this instructable, thanks to all. If you end up making one, please let me know! I'd love to…... Listed under:
  145. LED Microcontroller Debug Module
    When it comes to debugging a microcontroller circuit, there aren't a lot of simple options.  Since a microcontroller circuit might have multiple things going on at the same time, measuring voltages with a DMM isn't an option.  Using an computerized In-Circuit-Debugger solution is expensive and…... Listed under: ,
  146. Wise Clock 3 – Arduino-based geeky alarm clock
    Wise Clock 3 is an open-source, highly hackable geeky clock that shows a lot more than the time. Its main function is to display user-editable quotations retrieved from an SD card (like those used in photo cameras). In addition, Wise Clock 3 can show the…... Listed under:
  147. Make A Giant Leaf Planetarium Using Arduino
    Have you ever wanted a mini-planetarium for your room? Well now you can! This instructable will help you create a fairly portable planetarium leaf that you can put over a bed, a couch, or anywhere else in your house. All you need is an IKEA…... Listed under:
  148. Arduino ArduRoller balance bot
    Caveat Emptor: (I don't want to put you off building one but I also don't want you to be disappointed.)  This Instructable is now 2 years old.  Many of the parts it uses are out of date (there's no drop-in replacement for the now-discontinued gyro,…... Listed under:
  149. Universal Gripper – Syringe Powered
    The “universal gripper” developed by researchers from Cornell University, the University of Chicago, and iRobot inspired me to create my own version. The YouTube video is quite impressive. The gripper can form around very asymmetrical and smooth shapes and still pick up the object. I…... Listed under:
  150. The Touch module – a robotic dog toy
    The idea was to invent an Arduino-based, robotic toy that my dog could interact and play with. One that could record scores, automatically deliver treats, and grow more advanced as the dog learns to play with it. I wanted to find a task to test…... Listed under:
  151. Arduino Project Board
    The Arduino Project Board is basically a board to transer your ATMEGA168/328 to when you have completed your project and no longer need to use the Arduino as a development board. Simply transfer the programmed chip from the Arduino board to the Arduino project board…... Listed under:
  152. Turn your Arduino Uno into an USB-HID-Mididevice
    While building an Arduino Uno based Midi-Controller for Ableton Live, I came across the HIDUINO project ( http://code.google.com/p/hiduino/ ). It allows you to turn your Arduino Uno (or any other device using an AVR-USB chipset like the 8u2) into a driverless HID/Midi device. It's much…... Listed under: ,
  153. Arduino Air Quality Sensor
    Summary The issue of poor air quality is a significant concern that impacts the well-being of numerous communities, particularly individuals with health conditions. The ability to measure air quality accurately is of utmost importance. In this module, you will have the opportunity to construct a…... Listed under:
  154. Rave Rover – Mobile Dance Stage
    Rave Rover was designed and built to be a portable dance platform for parties, raves, and any other trouble we can get into! I will go into as much detail as I can explaining the entire build process, and where to find parts and other…... Listed under:
  155. How to hack EEG toys with arduino
    i had heard a few years back about the ability of hooking up toy EEGs so you can interface them with your computer. I was reminded of this for a project i wanted to do for a class (instructable coming soon ;-)), and i also…... Listed under:
  156. Building a Portal Turret with motion controlled audio and lighting
    In this Instructable I'm going to show you how I went about building my very own life size talking Portal Turret from start to finish. This is a fairly in depth project that will cover every stage of construction and all the techniques I used…... Listed under:
  157. Pan/Tilt Motion System for Control Education
    Pan/Tilt Motion System for Control Education Ricardo G. Sanfelice, University of Arizona Project supported by Mathworks Website developed by Colin Lasharr, University of Arizona   Contents Introduction Instructions for Building the System Installation Instructions The Arduino Board Simulink Initial Parameter Identification System Identification for Zenith…... Listed under:
  158. Hack the Nabaztag using Arduino
    This is a Nabaztag - Armenian, apparently, for "hare". It's an adorable bunny rabbit packed with sensors and communication devices.... and it's completely unusable. There's people who wrote some interesting software to hack it, and I applaud them: however, I could never actually get my…... Listed under: ,
  159. DIY Parking Sonsor using Arduino
    The last time I was home visiting my parents I noticed bumper imprints caused by my mother suburban on the stairs leading up from the garage. Their garage it turns out is just barely long enough to fit their gigantic vehicles. So I decided it…... Listed under: , ,
  160. Using Mozzi Library with 5 potentiometers using arduino
    Getting Started The goal of this project was to create filters and controls to that can manipulate sound that is being generated through an Arduino. Normally Arduino can only generate simple tones that are not useful if you are trying to achieve complex sounds and…... Listed under:
  161. Arduino Quilting Machine
    The Arduino Quilting Machine combines the mechanics of a sewing machine, CNC technology and Arduino as an operating system. The project is designed to translate a vector file from a computer into G-code and subsequently into Arduino language which then moves the machine. The project…... Listed under:
  162. Diy Xbox wireless controller adapter for Pc
    This instructable will go over the steps to connect a RF module from an RROD xbox to your computer so you can use a wireless controller with your computer. ******DISCLAIMER******* DONT TRY THIS IF YOU DONT HAVE ANY EXPERIENCE WITH ELECTRONICS/SOLDERING OR COMPUTERS IM NOT…... Listed under: ,
  163. Make a digital “meow” from analog clock using arduino
    Is your analog clock just not doing enough stuff? Want to do digital things with an analog clock? This tutorial will show you how to make a Kit Cat Clock play a “meow” sound clip, at precise time intervals, using the Atmega 328P-PU via the…... Listed under: ,
  164. DIY Telepresence Documentation
    This is the documentation page for the Spring 2012 DIY Telepresence project. Here you will find schematics, software, and guides for the robot. The goal of the project was to design a low-cost, easy to build telepresence robot. Some of the features include: Segway based…... Listed under:
  165. Total Recall- Arduino Simon Says on steroids
    Total Recall is a Simon based game for the Arduino. Your basic Arduino Simon Game consists of 4 buttons, 4 LEDs, an Arduino, some code and maybe a speaker and sound effects. Total Recall takes things a step further by adding an LCD display and…... Listed under: ,
  166. Voice Activated LED Lighting with Arduino
    This project is an extension to the Speech Recognition with Arduino by leandro4b (http://www.instructables.com/id/Speech-Recognition…). However, instead of using 3 separate colored LEDs, I used a multicolor 4-channel RGBW LED Emitter. I had the opportunity of working at LED Engin last summer, which is why I…... Listed under:
  167. The Wondrous Weather Cube Using Arduino
    We created an Internet-enabled companion cube for your computer, which displays different kinds of information by glowing red or green. Depending on its orientation, and which labeled face is oriented upwards, our companion cube displays either stock readings of the NASDAQ or the outside temperature…... Listed under:
  168. Laser Pointer Switch using arduino
    This instructable will detail how to make a switch that uses an arduino to sample light. When the light sample reaches a threshold it will trigger a relay that can be used to turn on/off a small appliance (light, radio, fan, etc...) The parts for…... Listed under: ,
  169. FabECG: a simple electrocardiogram board
    Technologies for rudimentary physiological sensing are getting cheaper and easier to implement. Consider, for instance, these non-contact sensors from UCSD which can be used to take an EEG through hair or an ECG through a T-shirt! One can even make a simple oscilloscope to digitize,…... Listed under:
  170. Arduino controlled Rotary Stewart Platform
    This instructable is about building a Rotary Stewart Platform. It allows to position its moving platform in six degrees of freedom. This specific platform is designed to be able to position a DSLR or any other digital camera. This version of Stewart Platform uses instead…... Listed under:
  171. DC Motors Relays Using Arduino
    Let's get the math over right off the bat. There are a LOT of attempts to describe how Ohm's Law works, each one nerdier than the last. Here' one I like. Warning: SFWBN (safe for work but nerdy). V = voltage measured in volts -…... Listed under:
  172. ATtiny85 POV Display using arduino
    The first time I saw a POV (Persistence Of Vision) display was on a show called FAQ on TV. The POV display consisted of an oscillating shaft with 6 LED's mounted on the end of the shaft. Since then I have always wanted to make…... Listed under:
  173. Making art Interactive Using Arduino
    Unfortunately, due to my need to reclaim my Arduino and breadboards, we don't have photographic documentation of our circuit. However, the structure of it was rather self-evident. Although we arranged the circuit in a such a way that we could program other functions, but we…... Listed under: ,
  174. Control Keyboard & Mouse Android app via Arduino
    This instructable will show you how to control your computer's keyboard and mouse with an Android app via bluetooth to an Arduino BACKGROUND Ever wanted to control your computer's mouse/keyboard functionality without having to actually sit in front of it? I do all the time.…... Listed under: , ,
  175. Augmented Water using arduino
    The Augmented Water device helps you save water by turning red after one Liter. The device, built by @tamberg during a water hackathon, is made from an Arduino, a flow sensor and coloured LED pixels. Video https://www.flickr.com/photos/tamberg/14346321456/ (thanks kiilo) In case you want to build…... Listed under:
  176. Blind Maze Navigation using 2-DOF Haptic Joystick
    The domain of haptics has immense potential as a technology to assist visually-impaired individuals with their navigation of the physical world. In this project, we sought to develop a 2-DOF haptic joystick to provide force-feedback to a user as she attempts to navigate a maze…... Listed under:
  177. Temperature Displayed on 4 Digit 7 segment using Arduino
    In this project I’ll display the temperature in a 4 digit 7 segment display (common anode). The sensor is the cheapest you can find so actually the temperature changes pretty easily which makes the display to show always different temperatures. But the idea is to…... Listed under: ,
  178. Arduino Step Sequencer Drum Machine
    Overview As avid audiophiles, we wanted to apply our newly acquired knowledge of microcontrollers to build a fun consumer electronic device. Our project is a step sequencer drum machine. The user is able to program a 16-step percussion pattern using one of a wide range…... Listed under:
  179. A compact, Arduino altimeter for RC Planes
    Please vote for this Instructable if you think it deserves it! Thanks! The Ultimate Altimeter is a super-compact, Arduino controlled altimeter capable of measuring the altitude with an accuracy of 0.3 meters, and saving the highest and lowest values it has measured. It is powered…... Listed under:
  180. Wiring Harness for the LCD Panel
    Assembly of the Female Connector Block The wiring harness has a male and female end. The gender of electrical and mechanical parts is described on this Wikipedia page. The header pins that are soldered into the circuit board for the LCD panel are plugged into…... Listed under:
  181. Android Accessories Made Easy With Arduino
    Android Accessories Made Easy With Arduino
    The Android Open Accessory Protocol makes it possible for you to create custom Arduino-based accessories for your Android phone or tablet. Attend this session to learn how to get started, the hardware & software required and how Handbag makes development easier. Content will be useful…... Listed under: , ,
  182. Huge Arduino Animatronic LED Eyeball using arduino
    I'm currently in the process of making a Halloween contraption that has a few components that are worth documenting. The Huge Arduino Animatronic LED Eyeball is one of them. Background Most animatronic eyeball projects that I found were more or less life-size. They were usually…... Listed under:
  183. Brain-Computer Interface
    Introduction Our goal was to build a brain-computer interface using an AVR microcontroller. We decided that the least invasive way of measuring brain waves would be using electroencephalography (EEG) to record microvolt-range potential differences across locations on the user's scalp. In order to accomplish this,…... Listed under:
  184. Happy Androids with Arduino Video instructions
    Happy Androids with Arduino Video instructions
    Arduino + Android Normally smartphone events are tightly coupled to your phone device itself. When your cell phone is ringing, your phone speaker plays a ringtone. When you get a new text message, your phone displays it on its screen. Wouldn't it be thrilling to…... Listed under: , ,
  185. Hack an old iPod using an Android and an Arduino
    This tutorial shows you how to use an Arduino to turn that old dusty music player into a Bluetooth controlled docking station. Even if it has a cracked screen or a dead battery it can still be used. The following instructions will show you how…... Listed under:
  186. Finalized Prototype Using Arduino
    Shown below is the finalized prototype. The purpose of the prototype was to demonstrate the feasibility of a small, highly maneuverable search and rescue robot. As such, the completed prototype was successful. Capabilities include a ground speed of 10 inches per second, battery life of…... Listed under:
  187. Line Following Robot using arduino
    This is a Line Following Robot. It follows a black line that is drawn. It is able to detect the black line through one photocell and one analog light sensor. There is an LED in between the two sensors that gives off red light when…... Listed under:
  188. AC Dimmer Circuit
    Overview Simple AC Dimmer circuit for incandescent bulbs. 128 levels of brightness. Parts are relatively cheap! How it Works This is an AC Chopping Circuit. The dim level sets where the AC waveform gets chopped on. More of the cycle makes the bulb brighter, less…... Listed under:
  189. The DIY Photobooth with Lighting Control using Arduino
    This is a tutorial on how to build your own Photobooth. My friend had a wedding coming up and was in need of a Photobooth. Photobooth rentals go anywhere from $500 - $1500 so we decided to do our own & hence another DIY Photobooth…... Listed under: ,
  190. Make a High-Altitude Balloon Tracker (Arduino)
    One of the coolest projects I have done so-far with my kids is a "near-space" balloon. That's not quite into space itself (100Km+) but so high that the sky looks black and you can start to see the curvature of the earth below you. The…... Listed under:
  191. Balancing Instructable Robot using arduino
    In this Instructable I wanted to show to you how to make a self balancing robot. What makes it unique is that its exterior is made to look like the Instructables Robot. Internally it works in the principle of PID, it is a very popular…... Listed under:
  192. Bidirectional Motor Control Using Arduino
    One of the simplest ways to get a motor to turn in both directions is by using a double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) relay. Along with the relay, this hookup requires two transistors and two Stamp pins, one for on/off control and the other for direction control.…... Listed under:
  193. Fab Lab Barcelona SuperNode
    Add an output device to a microcontroller board and program it to do something. Class syllabus:: http://academy.cba.mit.edu/classes/output_devices/index.html [what i learned /am learning] _ Relearned Arduino installation. _ Work with DC motors and H-Bridge IC with Arduino; and its general concepts. _ About the various Fab…... Listed under:
  194. LED Matrix Bike Safety Backpack using arduino
    Biking around cars can be a frightening thing, and staying visible at night is crucial for your safety. This tutorial will teach you how to make a custom LED Matrix Backpack that is much larger and brighter than traditional rear bike lights. Parts You'll Need:…... Listed under:
  195. An FTIR Touchscreen Device
    The DJ Touch is a portable turntable touchscreen and interactive LED display. Our end goal was to produce a low cost touchscreen device, and demonstrate its application in a common consumer application. Out of an interest in electronic music, and with the knowledge of deejaying's…... Listed under:
  196. Arduino Scouting Robot
    Summer Project: Arduino Scouting Robot [video id="P6PVLhjQ5FY" type="youtube"] Arduino Scouting Robot Part 1 * 12,9,5 volt power supply recharge it with a 12-volt charger keep power switch on to charge * 2 DC motors operate at 7.2V with a maximum current draw of 3 amps…... Listed under: ,
  197. Rubik’s Cube Solver using arduino
    This robot that can solve a Rubik's cube using Arduino. I learned how to solve a Rubiks cube last year, and I was also into Arduino, so eventually I ended up with an idea to make my own Rubik's cube solver. Like many people searching…... Listed under:
  198. Connecting an IR Sensor Using Arduino
    Schematic Since the IR Sensor uses a light sensor, the schematic is very similar to that of the light sensor. The only difference is the addition of an IR LED and that the IR detector requires connection to 5V and ground. Breadboard Setup To setup…... Listed under:
  199. Learn how to use 7-Segment LED Display using Arduino
    7-Segment LED Display is a very useful component, but also a very confusing and difficult piece to use for beginners. It won’t be difficult once you get it working for the first time. This is what you will get at the end of the tutorial (part…... Listed under: ,
  200. Bass Master 3000 Carnival Game using arduino
    The Bass Master 3000 is a game that I built for a work carnival along with a small and very talented team of co-workers. I've seen this type of game on the net, but I wanted to kick it up a notch with some Arduino…... Listed under:
  201. L293 Motor Driver and H-Bridges
    The most common method to drive DC motors in two directions under control of a computer is with an H-bridge motor driver. H-bridges can be built from scratch with bi-polar junction transistors (BJT) or with field effect transistors (FET), or can be purchased as an…... Listed under:
  202. How to connect a servo to the Arduino
    Servo Cable The continuous rotation servos that come with the BOE Shield-Bot have a 3-wire cable for connecting it to the power and controller. The black wire is the ground, the red wire is the power (positive) and the white wire (sometimes yellow, depending on…... Listed under:
  203. Conversational Gloves using arduino
    This is what came out of my attempt at combining some of my favorite tools and themes...Grasshopper, 3D printing, kinetic motion, and linguistics. I put these gloves on my friends, asked them to tell me a story, and used Grasshopper to record the data from…... Listed under:
  204. Pneumatic Inverted Pendulum
    Construction Mechanical structure Compressed air comes from air compressor and goes in the proportional valve. Coming out from the proportional valve, there are two branches of air flow (one is compressor air, the other one is exhausted air) which connect to the air cylinder (pneumatic…... Listed under:
  205. Arduino Robot With PS2 Controller (PlayStation 2 Joystick)
    In this tutorial, I'll show you how to use a wireless PlayStation 2 (PS2) controller and an Arduino Uno pilot a robotic tank. Story An Arduino Uno board was used at the core of this project. It receives commands from the wireless controller and sets…... Listed under: ,
  206. Make your own TV ambilight using Arduino
    This is a very easy project. Here is the result I won't go into too much detail how each part works, because I have written some information on my blog. But you should be able to make it work with the information given on this…... Listed under:
  207. Build your own 4x4x4 RGB LED Cube using arduino
    LED Cubes are awesome. The first one I created was a 8x8x8 blue led cube. It still works like a charm. But being able to display every colour in the spectrum is much more spectacular. Let's start with a small and simple 4x4x4 RGB LED…... Listed under:
  208. How to Build a Midbar ESP8266 Version
    A while ago, I made the ESP32 version of Midbar which later evolved into a multi-user Cipherbox. While developing the Cipherbox, I realized that even the Lite version of it might be too expensive and too redundant for some people, so I "resurrected" the single-user Midbar project and made an…... Listed under:
  209. Programming an ATTiny13A using Arduino & servo interpreter
    So there I was, browsing eBay, looking for some cheap deals on Atmel chips when i came across a pair of ATTiny13 chips for £2.50. I just had to have them! After all, how hard can it be? I needed a small chip to read…... Listed under: , , ,
  210. Retablillo de las Maravillas v1.0
    4./ Interactivity & electronics 4.1/ Switches / characters 4.2/ Screen / interface 4.3/ Motor controller 4.4/ I/O controller & interface [4./ electronics] [4.1/ switches / characters] The characters on top of the moving platform function, as interfaces, actually as on-off switches. While standing in its…... Listed under:
  211. How to control a Servo using Arduino
    In this one, servo is programmed to be controlled by two buttons, one turns servo to the left and the other one turns it to the right. When the servo is turning, corresponding LED will be switched on to indicate the operation. Result: Because Arduino…... Listed under: ,
  212. IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino
    Ever asked how to control any device from any place in the world? In this tutorial, we'll learn how to control things wirelessly over WiFi. Story Introduction Today, we will build a device that connects to the internet and allow the user to control his/her…... Listed under:
  213. Desktop Fist Bumper using arudino
    This simple device sits on your desk at work, ready to give you fist bumps throughout the day as you need them. A 3D printed "fist" is moved by a servo attached to a rack and pinion mechanism. An ultrasonic range finder detects when you…... Listed under:
  214. Arduino Basic Wifi Project using ESP8266 wifi module
    Overview ESP8266 is a highly integrated chip designed for the needs of a new connected world. It offers a complete and self-contained Wi-Fi networking solution, allowing it to either host the application or to offload all Wi-Fi networking functions from another application processor.   ESP8266…... Listed under:
  215. $1.50 Arduino TV Annoyer
    Hey Arduino fans! Here is an 'ible for making a device that turns TVs on when you want them off, and off then you want them on! If you hide it in something inconspicuous, it would make a great April Fools joke or gag gift.…... Listed under: ,
  216. Making a Smart BLE Receiver for My Dumb Garage Door
    My garage door comes with a motor and a 433MHz remote that I don't always carry with me because it is quite bulky and in the way. Because of that, sometimes when I am in front of it and I want to open it, I…... Listed under:
  217. Katrina And Maya
    bOunce is a haptics-based learning game system that teaches the concepts behind wave dynamics, and in particular, resonance. The bOunce device (an adaptation of the Haptic Paddle) allows a user to "bounce" a ball in a virtual environment. By feeling the haptic force feedback from…... Listed under:
  218. Stereo Audio with an Arduino
    Recently I've been posting a lot of projects that use an 8 bit resistor ladder digital to analog converter(DAC) and an Arduino to make sound.  (see the Arduino vocal effects box, the Arduino drum sampler, and my audio output tutorial).  The technique I've been using to make these DACs is…... Listed under: ,
  219. 3D Printed EMG Prosthetic Hand
    If you've ever looked at prices for prosthetic hand, you may have noticed that they can cost upwards of $5000, with more advanced myoelectric controlled arms priced at over $20,000. Such prices are not ideal considering that over 80 percent of amputees are from developing…... Listed under:
  220. Arduino All-In-One Remote
    Now you can have all the remotes of your house in a device that fits in your hand with Arduino, never fight for who has the TV remote again! To make it you will need: Arduino (I used a cheap copy of the arduino UNO).…... Listed under:
  221. Just Veggin with an Arduino Beetbox
    Bring Touch Control to the Arduino. Use interesting touch sensors like Carrots or Beets to make a "Beetbox". In this instructable you will learn: * How to use the Cap Sense library to make Arduino responsive to touch * How adding a Wave Shield (and…... Listed under: ,
  222. MOTOR SWITCH LED Using Arduino
    Here is how to connect a motor, a switch and an LED to your Arduino and how to do some checking to make sure that everything works. The strategy is to get the circuit going in stages, testing each part as you go. Once everything…... Listed under: ,
  223. How to Use the TM1637 Digit Display With Arduino
    In this tutorial, I am going to show you guys how to control the TM1637 4-Digit 7-Segment displays using an Arduino. If you want to displays sensor data, temperature and humidity, or want to design a clock, timer or counter, you will need this 4-Digit…... Listed under:
  224. Arduino Controlled Lighthouse
    Overview: I’ve often thought that a lighthouse would make a great project for an Arduino, and so I decided to give it a try using one of the local lighthouses here in Erie, Pennsylvania as inspiration. I chose the North Pierhead Lighthouse that guards the…... Listed under:
  225. “HiFi” Online Radio: Internet Streaming With ESP32 and VS1053
    How to make an Internet Radio Streamer using the great ESP32 and the MP3 decoder "VS1053". There are many similar instructables for a gadget like this on the web (many from where I gathered lots of info and inspiration), but I wanted to share this…... Listed under:
  226. Working with a Load Cell and an Arduino
    We built a system that uses eight air-clamping cylinders (McMaster-Carr 62185K64) to push down on a piece of glass to seal it to a sidewall. A number of times, the glass has cracked. So, this project is an attempt to come up with an inexpensive…... Listed under:
  227. LittleGoal: World Cup Match Notifier using Arduino
    [ This Instructable was made at the Taipei Hackerspace littleBits Instructables Build Night. ] Can't watch the World Cup football games, but want to know when important game events (ie. goals) happen? Then littleGoal is for you! The littleGoal setup will monitor the game's progress,…... Listed under:
  228. Arduino ESPWroom02 Breakout Board
    Hey, what's up, everyone? So here's something useful: a custom breakout board for using the ESPWROOM02U module for tinkering and testing. The ESP-WROOM-02U Breakout Board is an ESP8266EX-based microcontroller that offers the same features as its predecessor, the ESP Series, but is way smaller, making…... Listed under:
  229. Pololu Dual MC33926 Motor Driver Shield for Arduino
    This shield makes it easy to control two brushed DC motors with your Arduino or Arduino-compatible board. Its dual MC33926 motor drivers operate from 5 to 28 V and can deliver a continuous 3 A per motor. These great drivers also offer current-sense feedback and accept ultrasonic…... Listed under:
  230. Stepper Motors
    Stepper motors are not smooth - they move in "steps". Different motors have a different number of steps to make one complete rotation. You use software to step the motor forward or backward at different speeds. There are two kinds of stepper motor bipolar and…... Listed under:
  231. DIY FPV RC Tank V2 [2km RANGE upgrade!] using Arduino
    Lets build An FPV tank that could be controlled within 2 kilometers! With the help of my best friend ASCAS I was able to borrow his old parts for this updated version. Ok So Roverbot version 2 is a highly educational Arduino based ATV-drone. It's…... Listed under:
  232. Sweep
    Sweeps the shaft of a RC servo motor back and forth across 180 degrees. This example makes use of the Arduino servo library. Hardware Required Arduino Board (1) Servo Motor hook-up wire Circuit Servo motors have three wires: power, ground, and signal. The power wire…... Listed under: ,
  233. DIY GPS Tracked Bike Lock using Arduino
    Having just purchased a half decent bicycle, and living in a city with a bike theft rate almost as high as New York, I wanted to have some peace of mind that if a thief with an angle grinder were to cut through my U-lock…... Listed under: , ,
  234. Critter Twitter Trap using Arduino
    Havahart traps are really nice if you have pests to rid your home of but you don’t feel the need to do this through means of killing the animal. The problem we are faced with is constant monitoring of the trap. If you forget to…... Listed under:
  235. Capture the image of a falling object using Arduino
    The aim of this project is to create a setup to capture the image of a falling object or any object in motion at a precise time using a DSLR and Arduino microcontroller. It can be done in many different ways, but the method I…... Listed under:
  236. LED Binary Clock using an Arduino
    A Binary Clock! I was recently looking at some binary clocks and I felt like Why not? I have everything to make one and I don't have a clock in my room. So I decided to build one and here it is. Hope you Like…... Listed under: ,
  237. Wiring of the Solenoid Valves
    Overview of Wiring for the Salinity Sensor Other pages describing fish tank wiring: Connect electrical power to the pump and the breadboard Connect the salinity sensor to the breadboard and Arduino Connect the solenoids to the cascade control circuit (this page) Return to the main…... Listed under:
  238. Cheap wireless transmission between two Arduinos with Infrared
    Hi all, For a project, I was looking for a cheap solution to send data from an Arduino to an other one. The serial port was already taken, and my transmission (unidirectional) needed to be wireless. My researches has brought me to discover these kinds…... Listed under:
  239. Bug-Catching Spider in Web using Arduino Part 2
    This project is a collaboration between  idesigner4 and bhasudha(me), students in the Fall 2012 course Things That Think (CSCI 7000) at The University of Colorado - Boulder. The story of our bug-catching spider automaton goes like this: A giant evil spider resides in a big…... Listed under: , ,
  240. Hack a TowerPro Micro Servo to Spin 360 / Continuous Rotation
    Hey guys! Since I've got my servos, I've had two that I set aside for hacking. So, coming to my favorite website for help, I was sorely disappointed when I couldn't seem to find any instructables on how to mod a micro servo. After viewing…... Listed under:
  241. Arduino R/C Lawnmower
    What this is: This instructable will show you how to make your Arduino into an R/C interface that you can use for just about anything requiring remote control. I will also show you how I built an R/C lawnmower using my Arduino, a cheap R/C transmitter and…... Listed under: ,
  242. IR DOMED LEDS DELIVER UP TO 5.0A PULSED RADIANT POWER OVER 50°
    Lumileds has added news LEDs to its Luxeon IR Domed Line with a significant increase in both DC and pulse drive current–up to 1.5A and 5.0A, respectively. The new emitters deliver radiant power of 1350mW at 850nm wavelength (slightly visible) or 1450mW at 940nm (invisible…... Listed under:
  243. RGB LED Tutorial (using an Arduino) (RGBL) using arduino
    LEDs are great. But with any project there comes a point where flashing is simply not enough. For these cases an RGB (Red, Green, BLue) LED is the answer. With an RGB LED you'll be able to produce any colour glow your heart desires. At…... Listed under:
  244. Darkness Map Data Collection Device
    The Darkness Map encompasses both data collection and visualization of nighttime light levels. You can add to the map by downloading the app for iPhone or Android, but you can also contribute data by creating your own data collection device. This tutorial will cover how…... Listed under:
  245. Say Hello with My Roommate Mouse with Arduino
    I live alone in a small house in Shenzhen, and i really I love this graceful and dynamic city. As an software engineer, I have no girlfriend yet, and usually nobody visit my room, I really love this because I do not need to clear…... Listed under:
  246. LIQUID FLOW SENSORS OFFER HIGH-ACCURACY, LOW-MAINTENANCE REPLACEMENT FOR MECHANICAL TURBINE DEVICES
    Cost-Effective MEMS Sensors Deliver Increased Performance and Reliability, Even in Unstable Pulsatile Flow and Low-Flow Conditions Posifa Technologies introduced its new PLF2000 series of liquid flow sensors. Designed to replace mechanical turbine flow sensors, the cost-effective devices deliver increased accuracy and reliability, even in unstable…... Listed under:
  247. Arduino-based line follower robot using Pololu QTR-8RC line sensor
    UPDATE FEB 2012: This guide is featured on Adafruit's blog http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2012/02/14/arduino-based-line-follower-robot/ This is Faz3a II, my first line-following robot, which I also hope to use for maze-solving. I used the Arduino Uno, Adafruit motor shield, Pololu's QTR-8RC line sensors and motors. You can build a…... Listed under: , ,
  248. RGB LED Rainbow Fader using an Arduino
    Introducing the RainBoard: A simple RGB LED Rainbow fader using an Arduino Uno and a few simple components. Believe it or not, we will control 45-channels of RGB LEDs at 32 brightness levels using only 3 digital pins from the Arduino! How is this possible…... Listed under: , ,
  249. Window Painting Robot (arduino, processing, accelerometer)
    The idea for this project came from one of my favorite 'ibles: the polargraph. I loved the drawing style and thought how cool would it be to do this on the side of a building? Unfortunately the challenges to setting up such a large polargraph…... Listed under: ,
  250. Kaleiduino: A Battery Powered Arduino LED Kaleidoscope
    Hello everyone, and welcome to my Instructable! This instructable will show you how I made the first ever DIY Arduino controlled "LED Kaleidoscope"! What is an LED kaleidoscope? Well, our traditional kaleidoscopes used 3 mirrors joined as a triangle with stuff like sequins and stolen…... Listed under: ,
  251. Using The PCF8575 i2c i/o Expander To Read Inputs With Arduino
    This Instructable will show you just how easy it is to add extra inputs to your Arduino. You can use this technique to add hundreds of extra inputs to your Arduino with only two wires by using a fancy communication protocol called i2c (eye-squared-see). What I…... Listed under:
  252. Arduino Robotic Spider V8
    I needed a project that would use all my servos, so I decided to make the do-nothing, worthless spider. If you have fischertechnik and servos to waste, this is the project for you! Really, this flopping spider makes for a great learning project. The main…... Listed under:
  253. Laser Cut Sphere-O-Bot using Arduino
    The Sphere-O-Bot is a simple 2 axis CNC machine that can draw on most spherical surfaces. You can use it to decorate ping pong balls or eggs.This design is based on the 3D printable Sphere-O-Bot. By building your Sphere-O-Bot using a laser cutter, you can…... Listed under:
  254. Arduino controls cheap RC car transmitter
    OBJECTIVE Cheap Chinese RC toy cars can be had for about 5 Euros in the local market. The wireless brains behind the majority of these cheap RC toys is a pair of very cheap ICs the TX2 and the RX2. Yup, that's what they are called. So this…... Listed under: , ,
  255. Arduino Ping Ultrasonic Range Finder Code
    The Ping))) is an ultrasonic range finder from Parallax. It detects the distance of the closest object in front of the sensor (from 2 cm up to 3m). It works by sending out a burst of ultrasound and listening for the echo when it bounces…... Listed under: ,
  256. How to Make an Interactive Sound Wave Print
    In this tutorial we are going to show you how to make an interactive sound wave print within a picture frame, so you can see and hear your favourite song at the same time! When you touch the print through the glass of the frame,…... Listed under:
  257. Piano for Campus School Project With Arduino Nano RP2040 + MPR121
    Hi! My name's Jack and I'm a senior at Boston College studying Computer Science and Finance. This semester, I'm taking Physical Computing with Professor Gallaugher. We've been following a flipped classroom model and I made this project utilizing Professor Gallaugher's Circuit Python YouTube tutorials. For my…... Listed under:
  258. Internet Devices for Home Automation
    This instructable shows the principles involved in making devices to control home automation over the internet. We're going to construct a device (or several of them), that talk to each other over the internet to control lights, motors for curtains/blinds, power sockets etc. In contrast…... Listed under: ,
  259. Arduino based Bi-color LED Matrix Audio Spectrum Visualizer
    After we came up with the Bi-color LED Matrix Driver Module kit, we have been looking around for interesting projects to work with it. You may be interested in some of the projects we have put up at instructables using this LED Matrix kit. Instructable…... Listed under: ,
  260. Digital Dice With Arduino
    Have you ever tried to play a game only to find out you don't have any dice? That's not a problem anymore! Now you can create your very own digital dice using LEDs and your Arduino board. This is a beginner-level project. This project will…... Listed under:
  261. Magic Light Capacitance Sensor using an Arduino
    This was my very first arduino project.  Its great for beginners. Fade the color or the lights my moving your hands near it.  It fades from a pretty purple blue to a firey red-orange. Its was SUPER easy to build, not to hard to write…... Listed under: , ,
  262. LED Flipbookit: full color and brightness control with an Arduino
    Step 1: Gather the materials Materials: - addressable RGB LED strip : I used a new variety of three conductor WS2811 strips. - an Arduino : I used a Arduino Leonardo. Any 5vdc Arduino should be adequate. - 4 AA batteries and a battery holder…... Listed under:
  263. Arduino – Solar MPPT Battery & Phone Charger
    I always wanted to make a PCB and this is my first professional circuit board attempt. So before you decide to start this project you should know there could be some mistakes or it could be more reliable and compact. This design is not the…... Listed under:
  264. Infinity Mirror Clock using Arduino
    Ever since my addressable RGB LED strips (WS2812B) came from Aliexpress, I've been fascinated with LED projects. Following up on my success with my Charlieplexed LED clock, I wanted to create something with more Jazz.. While browsing google images, I came across an instructable for…... Listed under:
  265. Experimenters Guide for Arduino as Performed at OIT
    Resources Adafruit ARDX - v1.3 Experimentation Kit for Arduino Experimenters Guide for Arduino (PDF) Bread Board Layouts (PDF) Arduino Tutorial Bundle (Instructable) This Arduino Tutorial is going to be very similar to the Arduino Tutorial Bundle Instructable but because we are working on this in…... Listed under: ,
  266. Calming Book Box (Arduino)
    In moments of hypo- or hyperarousal, when the thinking brain is offline, this Arduino-based Calming Book Box will prompt self-regulation with a wave of the hand. Inspired by Tinkercad's Crystal Ball project and Instructable user cah65's Arduino Powered Fortune Teller, a liquid crystal display reveals a series of nervous…... Listed under:
  267. ZAPpelin, or how to train your blimp with an Arduino and IR remote
    Is it flying seal? A flapping alien? No it's a ZAPpelin, an Arduino controlled indoor blimp, setup to learn in the signals from an IR remote to command it. This project came to life at the third Arduino Jam Februari 15th to17th 2013, at Timelab,…... Listed under: ,
  268. Digital Zoetrope using Arduino
    A zoetrope is a mechanical device that animates a series of pictures by spinning them fast enough that the images appear to merge together and move, My digital zoetrope works on a similar principal, by flashing the LEDs while they are spinning it is possible…... Listed under:
  269. How to Make a Infrared (IR) Remote Controlled Car With a TV Remote for University Project, Science Fair and Robotics Competition
    Follow the instructions below to build the remote control car. This project is ideal for science fair, robotics competition and university projects. The design is highly adaptable, you can modify it easily and add your own components. Table of contents Step 1: video demo Step…... Listed under:
  270. Origami Interactive Kinetic Art
    Kinetic Interactive Arts? These concept of moving arts and interacting arts are not new to you, but most of the interesting and massive size pieces are almost always located in private companies or corporations. I was inspired by the piece "Diffusion Choir" located in a tech…... Listed under:
  271. The machine of answers Using Arduino
    Should you ask your boss for a raise? Call that cute guy you met at a party? Sell your stock?  Wouldn’t it be nice to have a handy method of handling some of life’s more pressing dilemmas? This machine give you the answer to all…... Listed under:
  272. RFID Blocking – How Secure Are Our RFID Cards? How Can We Protect Them Further? – an Experiment
    NOTE: Vocab RFID Reader - The box-like object that can be activated by an RFID tag RFID Tag/RFID Card - The card or tag that activates the reader. I took apart one and is displayed in the pictures above. RFID System - The tag and…... Listed under:
  273. ABC 123 Toddler Trainer using Arduino
    Here is a kid tested and teacher approved trainer for the kids in your family and / or extended family that are learning their ABCs and their 123s. It was kid tested on my granddaughter, who really loves it, and was approved by my wife,…... Listed under:
  274. DIY Fingerprint Lock Box
    Ever wanted a box that opens in a super cool way? We thought it would be fun to create a box that can be unlocked using the correct fingerprint! If we had more time, we would make the box more secure. In the mean time,…... Listed under:
  275. Audio and Visual Timer
    Do you need a way to quickly and easily set a timer for short intervals? This audio and visual timer has you covered! All you need to do to set your timer is turn the potentiometer knob and push the button. One LED = 5…... Listed under:
  276. TinyML: Slope Control for Robots With Arduino Pro. Building an Inclination Estimator System With Nicla Sense ME and Neuton
    The vacuum cleaner robot is one of the most useful inventions of the last decade and anyone who says differently means that he does not have one! This fantastic household appliance is a concentration of technology: a complex embedded system composed of some microcontrollers, many…... Listed under:
  277. Aergia: Android controlled TV Remote(with Speech Recognition) using Arduino
    Have you ever faced this situation while sitting on your favorite spot on the couch or recliner, comfortably watching your favorite TV program? You're snugly tucked under the blanket, the air conditioning is pleasantly cool, the sun outside is shining it's delicate warm golden rays…... Listed under:
  278. Nanoleaf 2.0
    So this is the Nanoleaf 2.0 which is a DIY version of the famous Nanoleaf RGB Triangular lighting setup. The goal here was to Recreate a Nanoleaf-like device with minimal spec and low cost, one that has all the basic RGB Glowing features and can…... Listed under:
  279. The Arduino AA Undershield
    I recently bought an Arduino Diecimila board. It's awesome and the applications, you can use it for or with is almost unlimited. However there's a problem when you want to use it in portable applications. You can use the Liquidware lithium backpack, which is a…... Listed under: ,
  280. BLE Indoor/Outdoor Weather Station
    This indoor/outdoor Weather Station is the third in a series of Very Low Power BLE - 2022 projects. The very low power BLE temperature, relative humidity and barometric pressure sensor is an extension of the Very Simple, Very Low Power BLE Temperature Sensor The sensors…... Listed under:
  281. DIY Fitness Tracker(GET-FIT)
    Introducing GetFit, your ultimate health and workout partner. GetFit is an easy-to-use, teachable fitness tracker with the capability of detecting an endless variety of exercises. Powered by Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense and Edge Impulse, it is a completely open-source project. Features Can Count unlimited…... Listed under:
  282. Bluetooth RGB Shelf Lighting using Arduino
    Being the giant fan of LED's that I am i'm always trying to come up with new ways I can put them throughout my house. Today i'm going to show you how to create a simple, yet extremely eye catching, RGB Bluetooth controlled Shelf lighting…... Listed under: ,
  283. Arduino Science Clock
    I have toyed with the idea of building a clock for sometime and my sister had a big birthday coming up so I decided that this was a great opportunity to build a clock for her as a gift. My sister has a PhD in…... Listed under:
  284. L.O.G. $10 Arduino
    There are probably thousands of articles on making an Arduino. So who needs another Arduino? Well, this Lazy Old Geek(L.O.G.) needs one. Here’s the features I would like: Features: Low cost More permanent than a breadboard Not a custom PCB More prototyping area than a…... Listed under: ,
  285. Love Gauge Using Arduino
    I'm working together with my wife. But sometimes one of us has an external appointment. So, if one of us is thinking about the other, we want to show it together. For this, I have made an Love Gauge for us. It stands on our…... Listed under:
  286. Wireless Communication of Multiple Variables Between 2 Arduinos Using HC-12
    In this tutorial, I will show you how to achieve wireless communication of variables between 2 Arduinos using the HC-12 module, that operates from 433,4-473 Mhz. HC-12s are wireless modules for arduino to arduino communication, because they can send multiple variables over long distances-ones up…... Listed under:
  287. Arduino Powered Autonomous Vehicle
    A few months back I started playing around with Arduino micro controllers as a learning exercise (and for fun); this project is the culmination of that. The goal of the project was to create a vehicle that can autonomously navigate through a series of waypoints…... Listed under:
  288. ITTT || ARDUINO-UNO || ANTIPONG CONSOLE
    This project and instructable were made as part of an assignment at HKU ( University of the Arts Utrecht ), during the module: If This Then That. In this instructable we'll be making a small game console that plays an inverted version of pong. In…... Listed under:
  289. Emotidora: Hats with Emotions using Arduino
    This project, Emotidora, will help a user express his/her emotions about events in day-to-day life. Weve all been in situations where something very exciting or unfortunate has happened to us and we want to share it with other people. This usually involves the expression of…... Listed under: , ,
  290. Traffic Signal / Stop Light Wiring with Arduino Controller
    I always wanted an old traffic signal and finally got one recently.  However, it was very simply wired so that all the lights were fixed on.  What fun is that?  I also wanted to try out an Arduino controller and thought this would be a…... Listed under:
  291. Pseudo Perpetual Spinning Top
    You must have seen many magic tricks and wondered how it works so, here's another one but you don't have to figure out how it works. I will show how it works (Spoiler - It uses magnets and some electronics) and how you can make…... Listed under:
  292. WAVEbuoy using Arduino
    The WAVEbuoy is a arduino lamp connected to the internet that displays the current wave height of any of the National Data Buoy Centre's wave buoys. This lamp is currently connected to the Sevenstones Lightship buoy that gives an indication of swell approaching Cornwall in…... Listed under:
  293. Arduino Keyboard and Mouse Control Code
    This example illustrates the use of the Mouse and keyboard libraries together. Five momentary switches act as directional buttons for your cursor. When a button is pressed, the cursor on your screen will move, and a keypress will be sent to the computer. Once you…... Listed under: ,
  294. Remote Controlled Car Using Cardboard
    Every maker at least once make or tries to make RC Car. RC Cars are widely available yet the joy of playing with the one you made yourself can't be compared with the bought one. So I decided to make a Wireless RC Car with…... Listed under:
  295. Arduino ADK LED Lighting
    Have you ever wanted to control electronics with your smartphone?  The Arduino ADK (Android Development Kit) is the Arduino Mega with a built in USB host device, ready for your smartphone to be plugged in!  We'll make a simple introductory project with a few LED…... Listed under: ,
  296. Marblevator, Perpetual?, Cradle.
    "Marblevator, Pertual?, Cradle" like "Marblevator, Perpetual?, Version 2" and "Marblevator, Perpetual?" is not perpetual at all as it is simply another illusion. And like its predecessors it is a very quiet illusion with the only noise being that of the marble as it rolls back…... Listed under:
  297. Arduino Based Temp and Humidity Display
    The temperature in my office at work varies quite a bit depending on the time of day, season, and the whims of the other people I share the floor with. When I’m sitting at my desk shaking uncontrollably or sweating profusely it would be nice…... Listed under:
  298. Pixel Drop Ceiling using Arduino
    In our living room we have a small patch of drop ceiling right in the middle of the room, basically a giant piece of duct tape to cover up bad carpentry. It was constantly getting water damage from what looks like a giant hole in…... Listed under:
  299. Audio Visualizer With an LCD Display
    People love listening to music. It is as they say, music reflects our mood. And it is a spectacle to see music become 'alive' right before our eyes. Well, that's what music visualization does. According to Wikipedia, music visualization "generates animated imagery based on a…... Listed under:
  300. Push-button using an Arduino
    Pushbuttons or switches connect two points in a circuit when you press them. This example turns on the built-in LED on pin 13 when you press the button. image developed using Fritzing. For more circuit examples, see the Fritzing project page Connect three wires to the Arduino…... Listed under: ,
  301. Soft Squares – Chisel Away With Arduino in Unity
    For this project, I created an Arduino-powered chisel which can communicate with a game I made in Unity, Soft Squares. You can paint over a 5 x 5 x 5 cube and chip away cubes you don't need, to create a miniature sculpture of whatever…... Listed under:
  302. Create an internet controlled robot using Livebots
    Here you will learn how to create an internet controlled robot or other installation using Livebots. Livebots is a project I'm working on which consists of an easy to use website for all the robots that people can interact with through the internet. As an example I…... Listed under:
  303. Ultimate Mosquito Swatter Mod for Gamer: Add Kill Counter, Sound, Rechargeable Battery.
    Where I live, from spring to autumn we have to compete for territory against tiger mosquito. Local stores offer a impressive list of anti mosquito devices, candles, including sophisticated traps sold a few hundred euros, I even found one sold 2000€ - this give you…... Listed under:
  304. The “Rare Vogel” Birdhouse Controller
    A birdhouse controller for a bird based game, why? I saw this birdhouse in the store and felt instantly inspired! Going from something big and grand with a shortage of time for the school's deadline to something small and cute. It inspired an entire game…... Listed under:
  305. Model Airplane Autopilot using Arduino
    Hi All! I am twenty years old. I picked up my arduino for the first time this Christmas, and I've been keeping busy on my arduino applications so that I can bring you this instructable. I hope that it helps!!! The purpose of this project…... Listed under: ,
  306. Using the Arduino Uno to program ATTINY84-20PU
    Using the Arduino Uno to program ATTINY84-20PU (Newark item # 68T3783). This Instructable shows how to use the Arduino platform to work with physically smaller processors, such as the ATtiny84 (84/44/24), ATtiny85 (85/45/25), and ATtiny2313. This example is specifically for the ATtiny84-20PU processor (Newark item…... Listed under: ,
  307. 3D Printed Timelapse/3D Scanning Turntable
    An affordable Arduino Turntable designed for Time lapse photography. Changing the gearing and code it can also be used for Photogrammetry/3D scanning or Video. The turntable operates on the move shoot move principle in the Timelapse and Photogrammetry modes where the camera is triggered via…... Listed under:
  308. Home Made Bezel / Window for LCD, LED, TFT Displays.
    I've been working on a project that used a 16x2 LCD display and wanted a nice finish that also allowed me to seal against water and other liquids. I also needed impact resistance, low cost and the ability to be changed easily if worn or…... Listed under: ,
  309. MaKey MaKey Monome using Arduino
    Objective: build a monome - a complex electronic music instrument - using easy-to-learn, inexpensive components and a process that's so easy a kid could do it. Gist: This touchscreen music instrument is essentially 4 parts: MaKey MaKey (or Arduino) Neopixels copper tape cardboard Sound is…... Listed under: ,
  310. Custom NanoLeaf Lights! DIY, Wireless, Modular, Arduino, 3D Printed!
    I am very excited to share this project with you because it looks absolutely beautiful and is super easy to make! It's a NanoLeaf inspired wireless Arduino RGB LED lights project that not only allows you to create any custom NanoLeaf shape you want but…... Listed under:
  311. Arduino and Xbee wireless setup
    The Arduino Wireless shield allows your Arduino board to communicate wirelessly using Zigbee. This documentation describes the use of the shield with the XBee 802.15.4 module (sometimes called "Series 1" to distinguish them from the Series 2 modules, although "Series 1" doesn't appear in the official name…... Listed under: ,
  312. Arduino or Twitter Mets Apple
    Whenever I go to Citi Field with my kids to see the Mets, they go crazy for the Home Run Apple.To me, the Apple is part of what makes baseball exciting for kids. Even though my kids may not watch most of the games, I…... Listed under:
  313. Starship X582 Incursion Starfighter Childrens Interactive Bed
    Now forgive my memory, as this was a few years back now. What started out as a children's spaceship themed bed, turned into an epic build. Supplies The project started with the purchase of a single mattress. I then walked around the local DIY store…... Listed under:
  314. Control Fluorescent Lights with a Laser Pointer and an Arduino
    A few members of the Alpha One Labs Hackerspace do not like the harsh light given out by fluorescent fixtures.  They wanted a way to be able to easily control the individual fixtures, perhaps with a laser pointer? I got right on it.  I dug out a…... Listed under:
  315. LED Patterns Using Arduino
    A LED chain with multiple patterns. Control Nine LED bulbs to form different patterns using Arduino UNO. Working Video at Google Drive Link. Supplies Arduino UnoBread BoardJumper WiresLED 5mm 5V (Any Color) 9pcsResistance 220 ΩA Working PC Step 1: Placing the LED Bulbs Place all the…... Listed under:
  316. How to make your own Arduino board
    If your are like me which I am guessing you are, then ever since you got into doing stuff with arduino you have wanted to make your own arduino board. You may be surprised to find out that making the prototyping board is actually very…... Listed under: , ,
  317. HydroBuddy
    HydroBuddy is a hydration-promoting device, designed for people who spend most of their day in one place (such as behind a desktop) and tend to forget about hydrating themselves. Once set up, it passively tracks how much water you drink, gently reminding you to drink up…... Listed under:
  318. Polydexter: Arduino Robotic Translation Arm
    Polydexter was the introductory project in the Creative Architecture Machines (CAM) advanced options architecture studio at the California College of the Arts (CCA), taught by Jason Kelly Johnson (co-founder of Future Cities Lab) and Michael Shiloh. Parts developed for this robot would go on to…... Listed under:
  319. Boot Bot Arduino Bootload Shield
    The Boot Bot Shield lets you burn the arduino boootloader onto a blank Atmega 328 chip. The bootloader is that magic piece of software that turns a mundane chip into the open source programmable miracle known as the arduino. Blank chips cost a few dollars…... Listed under: ,
  320. How to Build a Simple DIY Home Automation System
    Home automation is a term used to describe the process of automating certain tasks and devices around the home. This can include tasks such as turning on the lights when you enter a room, or setting the thermostat to a certain temperature. Home automation systems…... Listed under:
  321. Arduino Power outlet with exposed pins
    I found my self often trying to plug stuff at home with Arduino. So I thought it would be good to have a system that you can just plug your sensor, plug the appliance and code something to see how it goes. I never liked…... Listed under: ,
  322. Arduino Orb Build Warden
    An Arduino based Ambient Orb designed explicitly for monitoring Source Code Autobuild systems. This orb can easy be repurposed for monitoring really anything that can have alerts from time to time. Step 1: Purpose Some time ago a co-worker passed me an article about "Extreme…... Listed under: ,
  323. The Look-o-box
    Intro Dit is een Arduino project die ik heb gemaakt voor een schoolopdracht, in deze documentatie zal ik instructies geven over hoe je dit zelf ook kan maken en wat je ervoor nodig hebt. Ook leg ik hierin vast het concept, iteraties en een korte…... Listed under:
  324. Spinning Tardis with blinking LED (Powered by littleBits) using Arduino
    Construct a Tardis that spins and blinks! Total Build Time: 30 mins · Coding: 5 mins · Construction of the Tardis: 20 mins · littleBits LED and motor assembly: 5 mins Tardis.wmv(320x240) 10 KB Step 1: Gather all needed parts. LittleBits: · (2) Wires ·…... Listed under:
  325. Race Lights Reaction Timer
    This project is a small game you can play with another player. You can time your reaction speed and compete with your friend. The game is inspired by the start lights of a formula 1 race. Earlier Iterations: The images above are of earlier iterations…... Listed under:
  326. Cyber Tail
    About 25 million years ago, our ancestors lost their tails during the evolution to better adapt to the the environment. Today, as we live in the digital age, our bodies are evolving along with the cyber world. What would a cybernetic tail bring to our…... Listed under:
  327. 4x4x4 RGB LED Cube using Arduino
    A while ago, when I first started using Arduino, my first project was a 4x4x4 LED cube, I built it from a Guide I found here in Instructables, I didn't know anything about programming, and little about electronics, yet I was able to build it…... Listed under: ,
  328. Simple Basement Security System using Arduino
    In this project I will show you how to build a very simple security system for all kinds of rooms. It might be simple but still effective. It is based around an Attiny85 and uses a reed switch and a key switch as inputs to…... Listed under:
  329. Monitor – Thinking Skins using Arduino
    This project was part of Multimodal Media Madness 2014, hosted by the chair for Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) and the Media Computing Group of RWTH Aachen University. For more Thinking Skins, please check this page: http://hci.rwth-aachen.de/m3_ss14 Given were small shared space containers for 6/8…... Listed under:
  330. Make Voice Call using Arduino
    This sketch connects a voice call from your GSM shield and Arduino to a remote phone number entered through the serial monitor. You'll need to attach a speaker and microphone to hear the connected phone and send your voice.   First, import the GSM library…... Listed under: , ,
  331. SjoelSim!
    SjoelSim! Is a mixed-reality version of the popular and historic Dutch shuffleboard game "Sjoelen". The circuit makes use of two HC-SR04 ultrasonic distance sensors to measure the X and Z velocity of a playing disc. In combination with a program built in the Unity Engine,…... Listed under:
  332. Arduino Peak Power Tracker Solar Charger
    This project is an update of my original Peak Power Tracker Battery Charger Project. It is designed to control a 12V solar panel charging a 12V lead acid battery. The updated version of this project uses the Arduino Duemilanove development board (from www.sparkfun.com) as the…... Listed under: ,
  333. Super Long (7′) Lightsaber
    There are so many authentic looking lightsaber build guides but not many on building a super long lightsaber. Regarding Star Wars, I'm not sure why lightsabers are normal sword size anyway. Its not like the longer the lightsaber, the harder it would be to swing.…... Listed under:
  334. Ping Organ using an Arduino
    I was trying to think of a quick toy I could build for my kids.  I came up with this idea of an ultrasonic range finder, an Arduino, and a speaker.  Basically the Arduino plays a tone out of the speaker based on the distance…... Listed under: ,
  335. Hydrate Reminder
    An interactive coaster that reminds you to drink water. I myself find it hard to reach the daily water intake. I can go on without water for hours when sitting behind my desk. For this purpose alsone, I created a coaster that reminds me to…... Listed under:
  336. Papercraft Automata Race Game littleBits Circuit using Arduino
    This instructable will show you how to create a game using littleBits. The game will start with a sound trigger. Each player will have to press a button repeatedly. The first person to press their button 25 times wins. A buzzer will sound to end…... Listed under:
  337. Joystick Controlled Car
    I have created a joystick-controlled car, capable of moving left, right, forwards, and backwards. I created this as I thought it would be a challenging project with a fun and exciting purpose. Supplies Arduino Uno R3L293D Motor Control2x DC MotorServo Motor2x 9v Battery (or 1…... Listed under:
  338. Game Controllers using Arduino
    This instructable will teach you how to construct homemade game controllers for personal games, education aids, or anything you want. This system uses 4 controllers which send signals to a central hub which holds an Arduino. It was designed for use with a game called…... Listed under: ,
  339. Arduino decision box (Attiny85)
    So I was a bit bored this weekend (actually I wrote this some months ago) and since I had ordered a bunch of Attiny85 chips the week after I decided to make a quite random project with them. This is a decision box, it takes…... Listed under:
  340. RGB LED with Arduino 101
    To Learn about the basic LED usage practice, read here. What is a RGB LED? With an RGB (Red Green Blue) LED you’ll be able to produce any colour that is flashing everyone’s eyes. At first glance, RGB LEDs look just like regular LEDs, however, inside the usual…... Listed under: ,
  341. How to Make a Garage Door (EASY!!!)
    This is a EASY arduino project that you could create to impress your teacher and friends. This project is an IR sensor-controlled garage door. It uses 2 Servo motor's to move the garage door into an opened and closed orentation. The inferred sensor (IR) is effective and…... Listed under:
  342. Armadino – an Arduino Gameboy, Clock, Electronic Lab, TVout Console and More…
    Some years ago, I came across Mignon and Meggy Jr RGB, and was intrigued enough to want to make something similar, but with a wider screen, more possibilities for experiment and play, and with few parts. I called it Armadino, after seeing an armadillo logo on the spine of…... Listed under:
  343. SmartMesh – Arduino and Android Controlled Pneumatic Facade
    This project was part of Multimodal Media Madness 2014, hosted by the chair for Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) and the Media Computing Group of RWTH Aachen University. For more Smart Skins, please check this page: http://hci.rwth-aachen.de/m3_ss14 During this project, the students were asked to…... Listed under:
  344. Cthulhu Party Lamp/Accessory Using NeoPixels and ESP32
    But was I really? Something was missing... It'd been a while since I last went to a festival. Y'know, that whole pandemic thing? It had also been some time since my last "personal project" and I was feeling like I needed some "creative outlet". Several years ago…... Listed under:
  345. Apollo 11 Arduino Clock
    Project and Instructable write-up done by Ian Lacy on behalf of the MIT Edgerton Center. In this project, I’ll show you how to build an Apollo 11 clock. The clock has each hour associated with a leg of the mission, and plays an associated audio clip…... Listed under:
  346. How to use the IR library with an attiny using Arduino
    This Instructable will tell you how to use the IR (infrared) library on an Attiny. I will be using an Attiny85 with an Arduino Uno. I won't cover how to upload sketches to the Attiny just how to use the IR library with it. the…... Listed under:
  347. LED Pattern Hat using an Arduino
    This is a (moderately) simple Arduino project that is a spectacular display from LEDs - that you can wear on your head! It also uses a program that is not intricate at all, so you can modify it for different patterns and cycles. It's also…... Listed under: ,
  348. NRF24L01 Tutorial – Arduino Wireless Communication
    In my last tutorial I created a NodeMCU based Duino Coin Miner. It is an awesome little miner that sits on my desk and mines few cents a day.  However, adding these miners to my home network choked my WiFi router. Home Appliances and Smart…... Listed under:
  349. DIY Android Home Automation Box
    Here's a little show and tell of my Android controlled home automation box. It's a small extension box that's controlled by an Android smartphone. You can turn the individual outlets on by tapping a button from the app or use the speech recognition app, found…... Listed under: ,
  350. Build a Car With Touch Sensitive Steering for Your Rat
    In 2019 Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience Kelly Lambert and her research colleagues published a journal article called "Enriched Environment Exposure Accelerates Rodent Driving Skills." This article explains "The research team built a tiny car for the rats out of a clear plastic food container on wheels, with…... Listed under:
  351. Use foot switch to open Linux terminal using an Arduino
    So here is how i made my foot pedal used to start Linux terminal using an Arduino. It's made because I am board of pressing the terminal icon with my mouse. P.S. Sorry for my English. I am from Croatia. Tools needed: -Soldering iron and…... Listed under: ,
  352. Crius ROT8 MIDI Controller [ABLETON READY – Auto Mapping] Rev1.1
    The last couple of years I started learning about electronics from nothing to be able to build my own MIDI controllers that would serve my needs , taste and be cheaper overall in comparison with the branded products.This is CRIUS ROT8 MIDI CONTROLLER that consists…... Listed under:
  353. Musical Table using Arduino
      The Musical Table is a toy table that allows kids to play musical phrases by moving toys around the surface. Each of seven switches can play different musical phrases in four bases, making 27 different musical phrases in total.  Some of the phrases are…... Listed under: , ,
  354. ARDUINO WIRELESS HOME SECURITY SYSTEM
    In this project I will discuss how you can make a cheap wireless home security system.Though during starting of this project the main objective was only for security alarm but later I found this device can be used to solve several problems.These are the few…... Listed under: ,
  355. Arduino SELF-BALANCING Robot
    Today in this tutorial, I have made a SELF-BALANCING robot with ARDUINO. I hope this article will help the beginners to make it properly Supplies For the mechanical Part, we will need PVC SHEETGRAPHITE PENCILSGEAR MOTORMOTOR BRACKETWHEELS For The Electronics Part, we will need Arduino…... Listed under:
  356. Sony PS-X75 Record Player Fixed With Embrio and Arduino Mega2560
    Fixed a SONY PS-X75 Record Player (1980's) with a blown MB8841-209L microchip. Fixed it with a Arduino Mega2560 Board and the fabulous Embrio Software. https://youtu.be/31ILr8oTtt4 A long, long time ago in 1980’s Sony produced one of the best automatic record players the Sony PS-X75.  The…... Listed under:
  357. Assembling the ZIFduino USB 1.2
    The ZIFduino, for all intents and purposes, is an Arduino with a ZIF socket. It's geared toward those that want to do prototyping on the platform, but then move the ATMega chip to a stand-alone environment. The pin layouts are exactly the same, so it…... Listed under: ,
  358. Space Invaders Mini Arcade With CRT
    I have built this Mini Cardboard Arcade using a B&W small CRT (Cathodic Ray Tube) recovered from an old video intercom. It is based on an Arduino Nano emulating the classical Space Invaders. The switch on the rear turns ON the Arduino and starts the…... Listed under:
  359. Robot Arm Set using Arduino
    I made use of Smart Tank Chassis in the past 4 projects and I wanna do something very different. After searching in google and consider different stuffs for a couple of days, I found the Robot Arm Set. It looks awesome! It provides servos, servo…... Listed under:
  360. Using Servo Motors with Arduino
    In this instructable, I am going to show you what a servo motor is, how to use it, and ideas for starting projects using it. I used arduino to control my servo, I added how to use a 555 in some of the later steps.…... Listed under: , ,
  361. Crius OctaPot Midi Controller
    I am Crius and I LOVE MIDI Controllers! The last couple of years I started learning about electronics from nothing to be able to build my own MIDI controllers that would serve my needs , taste and be cheaper overall in comparison with the branded…... Listed under:
  362. How to build a whole home energy monitor using Arduino
    This page and linked pages detailed below document how to build whole house energy monitor that has a display for easy, quick access to current energy use information, usb datalogging for detailed long term data storage and Internet connectivity for online graphing. First a quick…... Listed under: , , ,
  363. Pacman/Ghost LED Matrix
    We created a LED matrix that shows a Pacman and a Ghost. The figure changes by pressing a button. Also, the ghost takes the color according to the external temperature. It means, if it is cold, the figure turn blue, but if it is warm…... Listed under: ,
  364. Internet-Controlled RC Car using Arduino
    The Internet Controlled RC Car allows you to remotely drive around a small rc car from wherever you may be and see where it is going. This is fun because you can remote explore whatever space you leave it in, or hand over the keys…... Listed under: , ,
  365. Honey I Shrunk the Remotes!
    A disclaimer right up front, I didn't shrink the remotes and that's not a photo of my remotes through a microscope. But what I did do was shrink them down to the buttons I use the most. Not even sure what most of the others…... Listed under:
  366. Arudino- No Blinky
    So you just bought this Arduino kit or Arduino-clone kit. You spent hours inserting parts and soldering components. You connect everything up and turn it on and stare at the little LED. You wait a second and nothing happens. You wait a minute and still…... Listed under: ,
  367. Arduino Seismic Activity Monitor – Ethernet Shield
    Have you ever wanted to impress your friends by saying something crazy like, "I think there's going to be an earthquake soon" moments before an earthquake hits? Or do you just want some warning, a few seconds that could save your life. This project will…... Listed under: , ,
  368. Hacking a Sonoff Touch Panel to Work With MQTT and Homeassistant
    There are some great hackable devices in the SONOFF range such as the original SONOFF switches, the Slampher and the SONOFF Luxury wall plate which is the subject of this instructable. These devices are based around the ESP8266 or ESP8285 WifFi modules and are easily…... Listed under:
  369. IoT: Weather Box (with Custom Alarms & Timers)
    Please vote for me in the contests i have entered. Hope you enjoy the instructable, and happy making. I was, some time ago, quite interested in IoT projects and so I thought it would be fun to make something associated with the Internet. I recently…... Listed under:
  370. Arduino Traffic Light Controller with Remote Control
    I had a traffic light that I was refinishing.  The only thing left to do was to build the controller for the light's signal patterns.  To give it a twist I incorporated a remote control.  This was also the perfect opportunity for me to try…... Listed under: , ,
  371. Light-Up Disco Table using Arduino
    Every apartment needs awesome furniture, so why not make your own? This coffee table contains LED strips that light up into various customizable patterns and colors. The lights are controlled by an Arduino and a hidden button, and the entire thing is battery powered so…... Listed under:
  372. How to Make a Rechargeable Mini Lightning Cloud
    https://youtu.be/GrlXwePOK0Q Do you want to build a rechargeable mini lightning could? Follow this tutorial, you'll be taught how to make one! Step 1: https://youtu.be/GrlXwePOK0Q Material List Blazing WS2812 LEDstrip Pegboard DFP layer Mini player module Hot glue gun & glue stick Trumpet Cotton High frequency…... Listed under:
  373. Laura: Emotional Compass Lamp
    Laura is a "counseling" who is helping me to find myself and to understand where I want to go. For his great help, I wanted to give him a present that represents the work we are doing. The inspiration came from the need to find…... Listed under:
  374. DIY Arduino FM Radio (Part 2)
    If you have read my first blog on the topic, than you already know what I’m experimenting with. Low price FM Radio, build with TDA7088 / YD 9088. It was obvious, that technology from the early 90-x is outdated. I mean, simple “search and hold” function of…... Listed under: ,
  375. Theremin Toy using Arduino
    I wanted to make a little toy for my granddaughter to play with when she visits. I know like most kids, she enjoys things that make sounds and have different colored lights on them and if she does something, the toy does something. I thought…... Listed under:
  376. BT Based Voice\ Remote Controlled Car Using TIVA MC
    This is a Tiva microcontroller based project. As there is a fewer data regarding projects based on Tiva, I as an individual am taking this initiative. I hope the readers will encourage it. The project named as bluetooth based voice controlled and remote controlled car…... Listed under:
  377. Barcode Based Complete Security and Enrollment System Using Tiva
    This is Tahir Ul Haq, bringing you another exciting and innovative Tiva Micro-controller based project. This is the third instructables in the Series. Hope you will like it. This time it is Bar-code Based Complete Security and Enrollment System. The project focuses on a bar-code…... Listed under:
  378. Using Servos with Arduino made easy !
    Servomotors or simply servos are essential components of a robot which convert electrical energy into mechanical energy.They are widely used in the field of RC hobby and robotics. But unlike simple geared motors , these servos are made by integrating a geared motor with a…... Listed under:
  379. CC3D Flight Controller Firmware Changing
    Introduction: The CC3D is a powerful and affordable flight controller that is very popular to use mainly on mini quad copters due to its small form factor. It has many advanced features that you can use if you add a GPS module, even way point…... Listed under:
  380. Interactive IOT Stuffed Animal
    For my first project with Particles's Spark Core, I decided to make an internet-connected stuffed animal! After close consideration, I settled upon a blue and green alien to be the body of this project (see the above picture.) Powered by a Spark Core, this other-worldly…... Listed under:
  381. Face detection and tracking with Arduino and OpenCV
    UPDATES Feb 20, 2013: In response to a question by student Hala Abuhasna if you wish to use the .NET Serial class, use the naming convention "\\\\.\\COMn" and replace n with a number > 9 to define your com port for COM ports above 9…... Listed under: , ,
  382. Teensy MIDI USB foot controller for controlling Mobius Looper using Arduino
    Motivation: Playing in a 2 piece band, with the drums and lots of other samples being played back as backing tracks, there was a need to use a looper to add in more elements to the tracks. A hardware based looper fails in this respect,…... Listed under:
  383. Reaction Speed Timer
    Many, many years ago – when I was young - I visited the Evoluon in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. At that time it had all kind of technical stuff you could see and you could play with. Nowadays it does no longer exists in that form…... Listed under:
  384. Hacking a Sonoff to Work With Home-Assistant and MQTT
    OK So my third Instructable and here we're dealing with another Sonoff device, the original Sonoff WiFi smart switch. Theses devices are again based around the ESP8266 and are easily hacked. The devices can switch up to 10A @ 240V so are ideal for switching…... Listed under:
  385. Under $8 Arduino Serial Data Logger – Record to SD Card
    Disclosure: This project operates the ATmega328-P-PU outside the published ATmel specifications: According to ATmel, the 328P requires slightly over 3.3V to reliably start the oscillator at 16MHz and to otherwise perform acceptably.  Lab testing here at SofKinetics has shown that the 'board-duino' 328P-PU can withstand…... Listed under: ,
  386. DIY Solar Tracker using Arduino
    Introduction We aim to introduce young students to engineering and teach them about solar energy; by having them build a Helios as part of their curriculum. There is an effort in engineering to push energy generation away from the use of fossil fuels and towards…... Listed under: , ,
  387. Build a Tank Volume Reader in Under $30 Using ESP32
    The Internet of Things has brought a lot of formerly complex device applications into the homes of many craft brewers and wine makers. Applications with level sensors have been used for decades in large refineries, water treatment plants, and chemical plants. With sensor prices falling,…... Listed under:
  388. iAndroidRemote – Control Android mobile using an Apple Remote
    I love to integrate devices which are not supposed to be integrated and this guide shows you how you can control an Android mobile using Apple’s Remote. (Who said Apple devices work only with Apple products 😉 ) Also this is my entry to the…... Listed under:
  389. Hacking my RC Car using Arduino and Android Smart Phone
    Have an old toy car? I hacked mine using Arduino and an H bridge circuit to control the motors, used my Sony Z1 Android phone to control it with the recent 1Sheeld I got from Kickstarter. I thought to use the Gyroscope sensor in to…... Listed under: , ,
  390. VivoGame
    VivoGame (something like "liveGame" in english) is a funny 2 players game whose goal is hit a target with a automated dart. One player wear a "glasses" that doesn't let him see the target. 3 leds that replace each lens, allow the other one, who…... Listed under:
  391. Weather Monitoring System Using TIVA
    This is Tahir Ul Haq and introduces you to another member in the family. This time the project is named as Weather Monitoring System. This is another TIVA based project presented by students of UET LHR. Weather monitoring plays an important role in human life,…... Listed under:
  392. Analog reading box using an Arduino
    I made this box for my music project to our school. This is only tutorial for the box, no for playing melody. It´s based on serial connected switches. You will need: Some wire 6x switch 1x LED 1x 330 ohm resistor 5x 2000 ohm resistor…... Listed under: ,
  393. Washing machine countdown timer using Arduino
    Hello, and welcome to my instructable for a washing machine countdown timer. The timer is operated with the very popular Arduino micro controller. See here for more information. Arduino Home Page Aim The aim of this project is to be able to delay the start…... Listed under: ,
  394. BLC Using Arduino Emulator
    What is this BLC? Ans: Binary logical Calculator using Arduino Uno R3. Formally we are doing Arduino project which is real-time application in introductory labs and other places. This is all about how to create Arduino Uno project which does some basic computation for our…... Listed under:
  395. Nintendo Keyless Entry System using an Arduino
    Use a Classic Nintendo controller to lock and unlock your door! The output from the Controller is read by an arduino and it looks for a particular combination of buttons, once the combination is entered it sends a signal to eject a Cd-Rom Drive which…... Listed under: , ,
  396. DIY Cheapest Bluetooth Controlled Home Automation
    Step 1: COMPONENTS REQUIRED  Bluetooth module (HC-05)AT89S52/C51/S51/C52 microcontrollerRelay Driver ULN2003ARelayResistances and capacitors as circuit diagram depicts(below)power module(if the input is more than 5V or else not necessary)IC 7805(5V voltage regulator)1000uF capacitor10uF capacitorled and resistance(as per convenience so that led doesn't get damaged) IMPORTANT NOTE: USE…... Listed under:
  397. DIY Infrared Sensor Module using Arduino
    Have you ever wanted to make a line following robot but the infrared sensors were too expensive for you? Do you want to upgrade the robot in my other instructable? Well this instructable comes in two stages, Stage 1 is the prototyping stage, where you…... Listed under: ,
  398. Rock Paper Scissors Spock Lizard using Arduino
    Introduction: Okay, I cheated. Any similarities between previous Instructables uploaded by me and the graphics, pictures, text and / or programming code is purely intentional. It certainly made putting this one together a whole lot easier. This Instructable is my Arduino version of the Rock…... Listed under:
  399. Simple 3 Button On-off With 12f629 (mikroC)
    a simple 3 buttons on-off with pic12f629. it's written with MikroC Step 1: The Code... start the code with ''int''---------------------------------------------------------- int x0,x1,y0,y1,z0,z1; ////// with this the GPIO outputs could stay on or off void main() { GPIO = 0x00; ////// all outputs are 0 CMCON…... Listed under:
  400. Make your plant smile using Arduino
    This is a funny project that makes our plants “talk” to us. It’s very simple and you can create it in few hours. We use a sensor to read the soil moisture of our plant and a led matrix to dislay how the plant “feel”.…... Listed under: ,
  401. Cheap 2-Way Bluetooth Connection Between Arduino and PC
    INTRODUCTION In the guide, I will explain how I managed to send data back and forth between a PC and Arduino via a cheap Bluetooth HC-05 transceiver, which can be found for less than $10 on ebay with the breakout board. The version I have used…... Listed under: ,
  402. Getting Started With the Particle Photon (Internet Controlled LEDs)
    In the previous instructable I showed you how to get started with IoT using the nodeMCU, in this instructable I will be featuring the Particle Photon which is an easy to use IoT device to get started with designing IoT projects. The particle photon is smaller than…... Listed under:
  403. Auto Fish Feeder using Arduino
    How often do you ever forget to feed your fish? Well, for me I don't forget that much. I just couldn't go out town for a couple of days and also be ridiculous if I should bring my tank along. When I won a Sparkfun…... Listed under:
  404. Interfacing Servo Motor With NodeMCU
    This here is my first Instructable project. So you want to get started with NodeMCU? Well, I'm here to share with you.Today, I'm going to show you how to get started with NodeMCU. Let's GO ! NodeMCU has on board ESP8266-12E makes the board suitable…... Listed under:
  405. PS/2 Keyboard Or Mouse using Arduino
    Arduino isn't limited to taking input from sensors: you can even connect up a full-size PS/2 keyboard just as if it were a "real" computer and type away! Connecting a keyboard to an Arduino may sound a bit odd (after all, it's just a little…... Listed under:
  406. Laser-guided Ghost Climber using an Arduino
    Almost inevitably, when I try to climb the same route I'll forget exactly what sequence of holds they used and end up following a slightly different path. Even when I remember exactly which course to follow, I'll still wonder whether I'm doing it as quickly…... Listed under: ,
  407. Controlling an RGB LED With an Android Smartphone Using Arduino and Bluetooth Module
    The very first project of my channel is about controlling an RGB LED using annoying push buttons.... I feel that the project was not a good one to learn about micro-controllers, because most of the micro-controllers uses are not fully utilised in that project.... So, This is…... Listed under:
  408. The Jack’O Lantern Early Warning System using Arduino
    This was originally going to be a tutorial on how to hook up a pumpkin to the internet so that the lights inside it could be controlled via twitter, text message, motion or more. To get started I carved a pumpkin for the first time…... Listed under:
  409. Basic IC Tester Using Arduino NANO
    1. Components required for this project. 2. Procedure to do this project. 3. Coding of Arduino Nano with verification. 4. Circuit diagrams. 5. Simulations and application list. So lets begin.....! Step 1: What This Project Dose ? Basic Information and working of this project is,…... Listed under:
  410. Homemade Dual H-Bridge – L298 Breakout Board using Arduino
    This is my homemade Dual H-Bridge using the IC L298N. For control DC motors or step Motors ao other purposes just like you need. Breakout L298N.ppt1 MB Step 1: Hardware and Materials COMPONENTS: 1 x perf  board 13x26 holes (3,5 x 7,0 cm) 2 x…... Listed under: , ,
  411. Make your own 1×1 22 IO pin Ardunio Compatible
    Tested ExtraCore boards and kits are now available for sale from Rugged Circuits. What is it? This Instructable will give you all the files and information you need to make your own Arduino Compatible in small surface mount package. It requires a board manufactured to…... Listed under: ,
  412. MFRC522 RFID Reader Interfaced With NodeMCU
    If you have noticed in an office before, you would be probably aware of those RFID cards or Tags that would unlock specific doors depending on your access.Well let’s make a simple NodeMCU RFID reader using the MFRC522 module, and program the NodeMCU to provide…... Listed under:
  413. Led Star with Arduino and WS2811 Neopixels
    Description This little project makes a great ornament to hang in your window at Christmas time. It is a 20" wide star with 50 "neopixel" leds around the perimeter. Each led is individually addressable and it is controlled by an arduino device which can be…... Listed under: ,
  414. MQTT and Wifi Powered Mailbox Flag
    A couple of years I embarked on my own home automation project. It started off by building a server controlled 433 MHz transmitter build with an Arduino to switch lots of cheap PT2262 based remote switches. Later I added an Arduino based receiver for my…... Listed under:
  415. Arduino Joystick Mouse Control Code
    Using the Mouse library, you can controls a computer's onscreen cursor with an Arduino Leonardo, Micro, or Due. This particular example uses a pushbutton to turn on and off mouse control with a joystick. Cursor movement from the Arduino is always relative. So every time…... Listed under: ,
  416. Instructables Hit Counter (ESP8266-01)
    Some time ago, I tried to make an "Instructables Hit Counter" using the Instructables API, and an Arduino Uno with a wired network shield. However, with the limited RAM of the Arduino Uno, I was unable to get the system to work. A while ago, I noticed…... Listed under:
  417. Arduino The 5$ Karduinoss pad
    So, looking at these Kaoss pads and alike hardware, I found that there is hardly any point in this device being so expensive, when you just want to use it as MIDI controller. Going through my parts bin, I found a Synaptics touchpad from an old…... Listed under:
  418. Arduino Modules – Flame Sensor
    Quick and simple start guide for using and exploring the Flame Sensor module with an Arduino. The model in the example I am using is from Deal Extreme [DX] and can be found HERE. (The instructable for the Rain Sensor is now available!) Materials needed:…... Listed under:
  419. Control Servo Motor Using Accelerometer
    Lets begin with another cool instructable. In this Instructable we will learn how to control the position of Servo Motor using Accelerometer with NodeMCU. Step 1: Things to Be Collected To begin with this instructable all you need is : Hardware Requirement ADXL335 : Accelerometer…... Listed under:
  420. Arduino Row-column Scanning to control an 8×8 LED Matrix Code
    LED displays are often packaged as matrixes of LEDs arranged in rows of common anodes and columns of common cathodes, or the reverse. Here's a typical example, and its schematic: These can be very useful displays. To control a matrix, you connect both its rows…... Listed under: ,
  421. OLED Display (SPI) With Particle Photon
    Particle Photon is a tiny micro controller, just about the size of an arduino nano. But the photon is designed for easy IoT prototyping, it supports OTA updates to its firmware. So all we have to do is get it connected to the internet and we…... Listed under:
  422. Read ASCII String using Arduino
    This sketch uses the Serial.parseInt() function to locate values separated by a non-alphanumeric character. Often people use a comma to indicate different pieces of information (this format is commonly referred to as comma-separated-values), but other characters like a space or a period will work too. The values…... Listed under: , ,
  423. Arduino Controlled Lego Lighthouse
    Lighthouses have been guiding boats to safety for thousands of years. One of the earliest and most notable of these was the Pharos of Alexandria. This huge structure stood for nearly two thousand years. When deciding on a lego project, I wanted to build something…... Listed under:
  424. Romantic Led Heart SMD
    Hi makers! This is my first instructables and I want to address some important things firts: I made this project with the idea of using the lest amount of tools so that everyone could do it! Even I don't have lot's of tools, only the…... Listed under:
  425. Interface I2C LCD Using NodeMCU
    Wassup Makers!! In this Instructables we will learn how to interface an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) to the NodeMCU board. These 16x2 LCDs are very popular and broadly used in electronics projects as they are good for displaying information like sensor data from your project, and also they are very cheap.…... Listed under:
  426. Arduino Sprinkler System plus Web control
    A smart sprinkler system for the rest of us... No soldering involved ! Just pile up a couple of shields on top of an arduino and control your sprinkler system from anywhere. A couple of friends wanted to replicate the sprinkler system presented in this…... Listed under: ,
  427. OLED Interfaced to NodeMCU
    OLED!! What is an OLED? OLED ( Organic Light Emitting Diodes ) is a flat light emitting technology, made by placing a series of organic thin films between two conductors. When electrical current is applied, a bright light is emitted. OLEDs can be used to make displays and lighting. Because…... Listed under:
  428. Arduino Controlled Relay Box
    This project is designed to help you construct some relay boxes for controlling power from your wall socket using an arduino or microcontroller.  The inspiration for writing an instructable came when I decided to build some relay boxes for my personal Garduino project.  For safety concerns…... Listed under: ,
  429. 4x4x4 LED Cube (Arduino Uno)
    In this tutorial I'll show you how to make a 4x4x4 LED cube for around $15.00. The cube has 64 green LEDs which make up it's 4 layers(positives) and 16 columns(negatives). These are all wired to a Arduino Uno. An Arduino is a single-board microcontroller,…... Listed under:
  430. ESP8266 ESP-12E Arduino Clock W/ Outside Temp & LEGOS & NeoPixel Ring
    We went all 'cord-cutter' and ditched our Cable box and realized something was now missing in our family room...the oh so familiar LCD clock that was always present. I decided to get to work on a replacement and had some fun with it. If you're like me…... Listed under:
  431. Arduino Chicken Coop Controller
    Over the last few years my family has been keeping ex-battery hens - they are about 18 months old and have had a horrendous life kept cooped up in small cages in large warehouses.  As much as we love these little bundles of joys and…... Listed under: ,
  432. Debounce an input using Arduino
    This example demonstrates how to debounce an input, which means checking twice in a short period of time to make sure it's definitely pressed. Without debouncing, pressing the button once can appear to the code as multiple presses. Makes use of the millis() function to keep track…... Listed under: ,
  433. Arduino Calculator
    In this Instructable I will show you how to make an Arduino calculator that is just as good as any other calculator (well... sort of). Even though it's probably not practical due to it's size, repetitive use of the equals button (due to the lack…... Listed under:
  434. ESP8266 Basement Monitor
    My basement gets wet when it rains a lot so I wanted a way to monitor it. I decided to try using an ESP8266 as it has built in WiFi. I paired that with a DHT22 Humidity & Temperature Sensor and a float sensor to…... Listed under:
  435. DIY AM Radio With Arduino
    After I finished my last project,  I couldn't stop thinking how to build an AM receiver, that would also operate in conjunction with my little friend Arduino. To minimize a workload and complexity, especially with RF part of the circuitry, I come up to conclusion,…... Listed under: , ,
  436. Blink Without Delay using Arduino
    Sometimes you need to do two things at once. For example you might want to blink an LED (or some other time-sensitive function) while reading a button press or other input. In this case, you can't use delay(), or you'd stop everything else the program while…... Listed under: ,
  437. Controlling Devices in Swift With BLE
    In this project we will use an iPhone to control devices connected to an STM32 device. The project is a starting point for more exciting experiments such as remote controlled robots or any other thing you might want to control in your home. I encourage…... Listed under:
  438. DIY navigation device for blind people using Arduino and Android smart phone
    In this project you can cover your eyes and let your smartphone navigate you to avoid obstacles, the application is mainly a DIY navigation device for blind people. I knew that 1Sheeld is about to launch a new text to speech shield, and so I…... Listed under: , , , ,
  439. ESP32 Solar Weather Station
    For my first IoT project I wanted to build a Weather Station and send the data to data.sparkfun.com. Small correction, when I decided to open my account in Sparkfun, they were not accepting more connections, so I choose another IoT data collector thingspeak.com. Continuing... The system…... Listed under:
  440. Home Made Arduino Prototype Shield
    Hi. I've just got myself an Arduino Uno R3 and I'm really new in the world of Arduinos. There's so much to learn and explore 🙂 One of the first shields that I'm tempted to buy is the Prototype Shield. I think building a prototype…... Listed under: ,
  441. Arduino Timer Interrupts
    Timer interrupts allow you to perform a task at very specifically timed intervals regardless of what else is going on in your code.  In this instructable I'll explain how to setup and execute an interrupt in Clear Timer on Compare Match or CTC Mode.  Jump…... Listed under: ,
  442. CO2 Ppm Sensor Logger ($140)
    The goal of this project is to build a cheap alternative to measuring CO2 ppm in the air. It's a nice simple way to see over-time change in ppm using a cheap NDIR carbon sensor and a temperature/pressure sensor to achieve better accuracy. In this…... Listed under:
  443. Quiz Game Show Buzzer using Arduino
    A good friend of mine who's a teacher was doing quizzes in her class making students compete to answer questions... resulting in them complaining they raised their hands before the others. I decided to give her this quiz show type buzzer for Christmas to solve…... Listed under:
  444. Omnik Inverter Off It’s Cloud and on My MQTT
    I have a solar power installation using an Omnik string inverter. Omnik is a China based manufacturer of PV inverters and they make extremely efficient devices. Optionally, you can install a WiFi module to make it "connected". I am very content with the device, with…... Listed under:
  445. Make an Arduino LCD shield
    In this short tutorial we make an Arduino LCD shield. Updated 18/03/2013 Today we are going to make an Arduino shield with an LCD module. More often than not I have needed to use an LCD shield in one of my projects, or with the…... Listed under: ,
  446. Web Client using Arduino
    This example shows you how to make a HTTP request using an Ethernet shield. It returns a Google search for the term "Arduino". The results of this search are viewable as HTML through your Arduino's serial window. Circuit The Ethernet shield allows you to connect…... Listed under: ,
  447. LED Head Arduino TED
    LED HEAD TED meet the world. I have always been interested in a bare-bones Arduino but never really saw the point if it was not practically useful, This is my entry into Little Bits contest, I tried to stay true to the " little bits"…... Listed under:
  448. Cute Drawing Buddy V1, SCARA Robot – Arduino
    I want to make a robo arm with less cost which draw cute pictures. That robot want to make my Daughter happy and it can able to dance. I saw a Cutest drawing robot in Kickstarter. I like it very much and want to make…... Listed under:
  449. Arduino Esplora Remote
    This example is designed to be used with a Processing sketch. Processing is an open source programming environment. The application on the computer reads the sensors on the Esplora board and controls the buzzer and the RGB LED through a graphical interface. The image in…... Listed under: ,
  450. Weather Portal
    There have recently been a series of web query projects that use the miraculously tiny and affordable ESP8266 micro controllers. Most have involved the output going to a tiny screen with small graphics. The local YMCA in Anchorage just completed a beautiful remodel but lacked…... Listed under:
  451. Access control with Arduino plus Keypad 4×4 plus Servo
    Hi guys, I bring a new instructable for arduino, the control access with password, 4x4 keypad and a servo. We will use the Password and Keypad librarie for arduino, besides using the servo library, but this project can also be modified by changing the servo,…... Listed under: , ,
  452. Animatronic Eyes and Wii Nunchuck Part 2 using Arduino
    After I built the animatronic eyes in PART 1, I wanted to complete the face with a voice and possibly moving eyebrows. If you look back at my PART 1, you'll see that for the base I used a model from Thingiverse. Once you have…... Listed under:
  453. Adafruit’s Circuit Playground As a Robot Controller With Bluetooth
    A friend gave me one of Adafruit's circuit playgrounds (developer edition) to use, and I wanted to see would it make a good robot controller. The circuit playground is packed full of features like sensors, neo-pixels and even an accelerometer. I wanted to add a…... Listed under:
  454. iPod Information Screen using Arduino
    My girlfriend, a music buff, asked me to come up with a better way for her to look at the track information of the current song playing on her iPod touch while she was using it in the car. Those of you that have or…... Listed under: ,
  455. Autonomous Race Car using Arduino
    Build this autonomous driving robot car based on a old RC toy car. I removed the radio control board from the car and replaced it with a brain in the form of an Arduino UNO board (plus a motor driver board) and gave it an…... Listed under:
  456. Manual Controlled Toll Gate Using Push Button
    n this Instructable we will simulate an Toll Booth Gate by using a manual Push Button to open and close the gate. How Does It Work? When the vehicle comes in front of the gate, the push button is pressed & the gate is opened, this is done by sending a…... Listed under:
  457. Arduino powered GLCD (Graphic LCD)
    Displays are always nice. So far I've just been demonstrating how to use 7-segmented displays to display numbers using very few resources. But what if you want to display text? Or pictures? Or both? Well in order to do that, you're going to need a…... Listed under:
  458. Measure Your WiFi Signal Strength Using Particle Photon
    WiFi has become an integral part of our life and daily billions of people use WiFi as a method to access the internet. But the range of WiFi is limited, unlike a cellular connection. A normal WiFi router usually has a range of about a 100m…... Listed under:
  459. ATTiny powered Arduino Projects
    Arduino is a great platform. No question. But what if I told you that you could take your entire board and compact it into tiny package. And I mean really small. The chip in the picture is an ATTiny84, and that is the big version.…... Listed under: ,
  460. Irrigation logic controller/project log using Arduino
    Hello, I am going to explain my project in just a minute, but first I wanted to explain how I became involved in this project. I like to save money were I can, so it is not hard to understand why I carpool to work.…... Listed under:
  461. Arduino Self-Driving Car
    This is basically a Self-Driving Car powered by Arduino R-3 Development Board and a L293D Motor Shield.It uses the data given by the HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor which is connected to analog pins of the arduino board. As an additional feature, I have added a Micro…... Listed under:
  462. Keyless Entry / Arduino
    Keyless Entry System Enter the correct code into the keypad and the servo will unlock the door. Enter the incorrect code and Sorry you stay out. There was a couple of stipulations i wanted in my Keyless Entry system: Helper Light. A light that would…... Listed under:
  463. An Arduino real time clock shield
    Today we are going to make a real time clock Arduino shield. Doing so will give you a simple way of adding … real time capability to your projects such as time, date, alarms and so on. We will use the inexpensive Maxim DS1307 real-time…... Listed under: ,
  464. Spotted Gecko Habitat Temperature Monitor/Thermostat W/Arduino & ESP8266 ESP12
    Soooo....Wifey decided that it was time for a new pet. Spin the wheel....A Spotted Gecko!! Well, Geckos are apparently very temperature sensitive creatures so we invested in a UTH (Under Tank Heatpad) for those of us that are new to the world of reptiles. The purpose…... Listed under:
  465. Qtechknow Robot Obstacle Course using Arduino
    Have you ever thought of controlling your FuzzBot wirelessly? Do you want to make a real - life video game? Do you want to learn about the tech behind NFC and RFID? - the Qtechknow Robot Obstacle Course How - To Guide is for you!…... Listed under:
  466. Twitter Physical Client Using Arduino
    In this project I’m building a physical Twitter client using Arduino and a flag, basically an arduino powered retweet indicator, whenever any of my tweets is retweeted some physical action will happen to notify me of that. You'll need: 1. Flag. 2. Arduino. 3. Laptop…... Listed under:
  467. Particle Photon – Wearable Pulse and Temperature Sensor
    The Particle Photon is a microcontroller suitable for wearable project's considering it's small form factor and that it supports OTA updates. For those of you who do not know what a Particle Photon is it is a tiny microcontroller with on board WiFi (Cypress WiFi chip) and…... Listed under:
  468. Simple RFID access system using Arduino
    In this tutorial you can make an RFID access system. It’s very simple and can be used with a wide variety of end-uses. Updated 18/03/2013 The purpose of this project is to prototype a basic RFID access system. Although it is not that complicated, this…... Listed under: , ,
  469. IOT BMI Indicator and Mood Light Using Feather Huzzah and IFTTT
    Recently my wife has suggested that I should lose a few pounds in weight (too much time geeking out and not enough time in the gym). With that in mind -and in true nerd fashion- I wanted to create a method to see my progress,…... Listed under:
  470. Clock Four – Scrolling text clock using Arduino
    Introduction Time for another instalment in my highly-irregular series of irregular clock projects.  In this we have “Clock Four” – a scrolling text clock. After examining some Freetronics Dot Matrix Displays in the stock, it occurred to me that it would be neat to display…... Listed under: ,
  471. The Pill Reminder using Arduino
    Back in January 2014 I was at a meetup of Baby Boomer Makers at TechShop in San Carlos, California. We were going around the table, each taking a turn to talk about projects we'd like to do. Bob spoke up to describe a problem his…... Listed under:
  472. ΙoΤ – Automatic Router (and Server) Reset
    Usually inventions are invented to serve a need or to solve a problem. So this small gadget that i constructed came to serve a need of mine.I have a NAS, Atom based file server, that runs on Ubuntu, but from time to time the operating…... Listed under:
  473. Bear With Me Using Arduino
    This instructable teaches how to make our Bear With Me system, a prototype that allows two users to tangibly send and receive hugs (as well as motion) in near real-time. The bears will be able to send tweets when physically hugged.  Their hearts will glow…... Listed under:
  474. Getting Started With Freescale K64F
    There is a lot of buzz going around Arduino and the series of boards. One of the most used board from the Arduino series is the Arduino Uno. But what many people don't notice is that there is a board similar to Arduino UNO but has…... Listed under:
  475. Using switch to control Piezo speaker with Arduino
    In this project, we will learn how to use a speaker (peizo sounder) and use switch button to change the pitch of the sound. Sorry about this one, you might find it a bit difficult to digest at first, and I didn’t realise it’s actually…... Listed under: ,
  476. Word Clock in German using Arduino
    While in Germany last year, I saw a world clock in a store similar to this one in a store that was priced at 900€. I read several instructables online on how to create a World Clock so I decided to give it a shot.…... Listed under: ,
  477. WiFi Bathroom Humidity Sensor W/Fan Control, App & Automation
    https://youtu.be/EOwaKpxijXI Step 1: The Board & Shields Wemos D1 Mini 11 digital input/output pins, all pins have interrupt/pwm/I2C/one-wire supported(except D0) 1 analog input(3.2V max input) a Micro USB connection Compatible with Arduino Compatible with nodemcu DHT11 Temperature: -20~60°C Humidity: 20-95%RH (±5%RH) It uses D1 and…... Listed under: ,
  478. How to set up a Public Window
    Public Window (http://www.publicwindow.net) is an open source project which allows artists to display their creations in a window and have people from all around the world interact with it. This is a step-by-step guide on how to set up a Public Window of your own. A…... Listed under: ,
  479. Moisture Control Unit – MCU
    In this Instructables, you will see how to Interface Moisture sensor to your NodeMCU. And check the moisture value and the same to be displayed on the LCD. We'll use Liquid Clear Crystal to display the moisture value. This 16x2 LCD is very popular and broadly used in electronics projects as they…... Listed under:
  480. Sonar For The Blind using Arduino
    This is a project I’m calling Tacit. No, I didn’t bother making an awkward backronym for it, it just seemed like an appropriate name that’s a lot shorter (though less descriptive) than “Hand-Mounted Haptic Feedback Sonar Obstacle Avoidance Asstance Device”.  It measures the distance to things and translates that into pressure…... Listed under: ,
  481. Backpack Anti-Theft Alarm using Arduino
    If you're a student, like me, then you have heard of all the theft that occurs on campuses today. I can't even leave my backpack alone for five minutes without worrying about it getting stolen. To ease my mind and to help fellow students, I've…... Listed under: ,
  482. Automatic Water Heating System 2.0
    This is the modification of my old version. This is a technology in small box. In the previous version there is no possibility of adjusting the temperature that we need. It had only 2 temperature setup. In this version I added temperature adjustment using rotary…... Listed under:
  483. Automated 5 Gallon Bucket Feeder
    This bucket feeder design was motivated by the fact that my wife and I live in different cities and have a cat that hates to ride in the car. The automated feeder makes it possible to be able to leave our cat at one apartment…... Listed under:
  484. Arduino Breadboard Shield
    Are you tired of having a hard time trying up a circuit on a breadboard because your arduino takes up a lot of space? This shield can be a solution to your problem! The Arduino breadboard shield is again, an accessory for your arduino board…... Listed under:
  485. Arduino Serial Communication Code
    Arduino can send output through serial communication to your computer over USB. The output can be anything such as status, text, sensor reading, value, number etc. You can view the status output by clicking Serial Monitor button at Arduino Environment software. Instruction; 1) Connect your…... Listed under: ,
  486. Universal Remote Using ESP8266(Wifi Controlled)
    This project is to replace the conventional remote control for all the home appliances like AC, TV, DVD players, music system, SMART appliances !!! Making a whole junk of remote littering around, making us puzzle!!! This project will save us from the junk to remotes…... Listed under:
  487. Amazon Alexa Enabled USB Fan
    Amazon's Alexa is cool. USB fans are cool. Alexa enabled USB fan, even cooler. This fan turns on with a voice command to an Amazon Alexa device, "Alexa, turn [insert your name here]'s fan on". The fan is also set to turn off automatically after…... Listed under:
  488. Connect several digital inputs to one analog input using Arduino
    I often run out of digital pins on my Arduino. Anything as complicated as, say, a video game controller, was near impossible with the amount of pins I had available. Multiplexing buttons works, but it requires lots of connections and soldering. So, I put together…... Listed under: ,
  489. RC tank with a moving FPV camera using Arduino
    In this instructable I show you how to build remote control tank with FPV camera. At the beginning I build only RC tank without FPV camera but when I was driving it in the house I have not seen where it is. So I came…... Listed under:
  490. WiFi Car Using NodeMCU
    We have build car using many transmission technologies. But what about a WiFi Controlled Car? Actually speaking..Wifi is till now the most promising technology and engineers are using that tech to improve it more and more. This tech is most popular today and will remain…... Listed under:
  491. Arduino home energy monitor shield
    Although products are becoming more and more available for monitoring your home power usage, I'm one of those idiots who can't leave well enough alone and who would rather shell out $100 and hours of my time in order to save $20 and learn something…... Listed under: ,
  492. Quiz Game Controller using “Lights and Sounds Buzzers” and Arduino
    Jeopardy style quiz games are favorites for creating excitement and educational instruction at the same time.  Teachers, summer camp counselors, and even industry educators find this type of game to help generate interest and involvement from the participants. The idea behind the game is simple,…... Listed under: , , ,
  493. Blink led example arduino with python
    To blink an LED with an Arduino using Python, you will need to: Connect the LED to the Arduino board. You will need to connect the positive leg of the LED (the longer leg) to a digital output pin and the negative leg (the shorter…... Listed under: ,
  494. PCB – Skateboard Floodlight V2
    A while back, we constructed a pair of LED skateboard truck-risers. That project was intentionally created without the aid of advanced tools and techniques. We decided to try the concept again but without limiting ourselves. This time around we used custom designed PCBs and 3D printed…... Listed under:
  495. Arduino Phone Book
    Ever wanted to have a Phone Book, controlled using a microcontroller, which is very easy to use, and you can use it while talking on phone, and is saving data on SD Card? then this instructable is for you. In this instructable you will learn…... Listed under:
  496. IoT Set-up to Operate/control 220-240 Volt AC Bulb/Device; NodeMCU Amica + 5V Relay + MQTT + Arduino IDE + Web Browser (HTML + JavaScript/jQuery)
    What are we messing with? IoT (Internet of things) set-up to operate/control 220-240 Volt AC Bulb/Device NodeMCU Amica + 5V Relay + MQTT + Arduino IDE + Web Browser (HTML + JavaScript/jQuery) WARNING!! – THIS PROJECT INVOLVES WORKING WITH HIGH VOLTAGES THAT CAN CAUSE SERIOUS…... Listed under:
  497. Soundgraffiti with arduino mega
    So we haven been working on the new soundgraffiti board. This is an installation wich creates sounds using sprayed water. The connection is made with water. We used copper plates as our sensor. the plates had a cutout line in the middle of 0,1 mm.…... Listed under:
  498. Arduino: Electrical Engineering Basics
    In this week’s arduino tutorial, we take a bit of a detour and focus on some key elements of electrical engineering design that we’ll be using in future episodes. [box type="note" color=" #202020 " bg="#ffbb00 " font="verdana" fontsize="14" radius="20 " border="#000" float="right" head="Attributes"]Thanks to Jeremy…... Listed under: ,
  499. Simple IoT Remote Switch With MQTT and ESP8266
    Many years back when I was still quite heavily involved in the day-to-day company IT matters, we need to subscribe to a service called "Smart Finger" when we put our servers in a datacenter. Basically what this service is all about is to allow datacenter…... Listed under:
  500. Temperature Sensor for Shower using Arduino
    With this device you diminish the use of water in your house or work. Instead of waiting to see vapor in the shower to get in, this device help you to know when the water its at the temperature you want and you can instantly…... Listed under: , ,
  501. Fifty Dollar Box Bot Using Arduino
    The objective is to construct a programmable hobby bot that is affordable and simple to make. The parts will be purchased from places such as Wal-Mart, Radio-Shack, any Hobby Store, or online store that is accessible to the public. The price range is 50 dollars…... Listed under:
  502. Motion Controlled Ultrasonic Lamp using Arduino
    Recently I've been learning about Ultrasonic waves and how to harness their power. It's simple enough to make some type of sonar device, but I wanted to take at a step cooler and see if I could use Ultrasonic waves to not only detect movement,…... Listed under: ,
  503. Cayenne and SparkFun IoT 433 Mhz Sockets
    I know the Z-Wave or Netatmo system for IoT, domotic system and automation of house. But now you can make a simple system that uses a Node MCU board and Cayenne platform for control five 110/220 V sockets. You can download the Cayenne app on your phone or visit the Dashboard…... Listed under:
  504. Arduino Interrupts and Debouncing
    Interrupts are an extremely useful, yet often feared element of microprocessors. Interrupts allow you to run a program, while still being able to react to asynchronous input from the outside world. [box type="note" color=" #202020 " bg="#ffbb00 " font="verdana" fontsize="14" radius="20 " border="#000" float="right" head="Attributes"]Thanks to…... Listed under: ,
  505. Internet/cloud Controlled Home Automation Using Esp8266 (aREST, MQTT, IoT)
    Step 1: COMPONENTS REQUIRED Only 4 components required - 1. ESP8266 NODEMCU or WEMOS D1 mini or any esp8266 wifi development board2. RELAY (5V or 6V)3. ULN2003 or UNL2003A (Relay driver IC)4. Jumpers (obviously or else solder it!!) The main structure of the project is…... Listed under:
  506. Chat Server Using Arduino
    A simple server that distributes any incoming messages to all connected clients. To use, open a terminal window, telnet to your devices IP address, and type away. Any incoming text will be sent to all connected clients (including the one typing). Additionally, you will be…... Listed under: ,
  507. Monkey Automatons Using Arduino
    This instructable will guide you through the process of building a set of automaton monkeys in the style of “Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil.” Our design ends with two monkeys reacting at the push of a button located in the Speak…... Listed under:
  508. CardioSim
    First of all,this is my first Instructable, and I'm not a native English speaker (or writer), therefore I apologize in advance for the overall low quality . However, I hope that this tutorial can be helpful for people using a heart rate (HR) monitor system…... Listed under:
  509. Arduino Controlled Motion Sensor
    In this Instructable, I'll be explaining how to build a motion activated alarm! It uses an Arduino microcontroller, a PIR (passive infrared) sensor, and a type of alarm. You can use an LED indicator, a buzzer, or a piezo. That's the easy part. I will…... Listed under: ,
  510. Spot Welder 1-2-3 Arduino Firmware
    Why another spot welder project? Building a spot welder is one of the (arguably few) cases in which you can build something for a fraction of the price of the commercial version with comparable quality. And even if build-before-buy were not a winning strategy, it…... Listed under:
  511. MaKey MaKey Shield for Arduino
    MaKey Makey is a project created by Eric Rosenbaum und Jay Silver. It's an Arduino based keyboard. A very special keyboard, because you can use apples, bananas or Play Doh as keyboard keys. Sounds strange, but it works very well. How it works: The trick is…... Listed under: ,
  512. Classic Joystick to USB Adaptor using Arduino
    If you grew up in the early 1980’s and were into video games, you probably had an Atari 2600, ColecoVision, or similar game console. The controllers or joysticks for each of these systems had a distinct feel that is different from today’s game consoles or…... Listed under:
  513. 128×64 OLED Enclosure the Easy Way
    There are lots of Instructables on how to use SSD1306-based 128x64 OLED displays. Many of these write-ups are very informative but just about all of them look like an unfinished science project. (In fairness, most are directed at getting up and running with the display, not creating…... Listed under:
  514. Jar of Fireflies
    This project uses green surface-mount LED's along with an AVR ATTiny45 microcontroller to simulate the behavior of fireflies in a jar. (note: the firefly behavior in this video has been greatly sped up in order to be easier to represent in a short film. The…... Listed under:
  515. LEGO T-Intersection LED Traffic Light using Arduino
    Video not playing? See it on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0tiiWwC6Zo Background Every Christmas we set up a large LEGO train layout in a section of the living room. This year, I ended up winning an eBay auction for a number of older-model LEGO road plates, one of…... Listed under: , , ,
  516. Six wheeled All Terrain Vehicle (6WD) using Arduino
    Hello, In this post we"ll be making a Six wheel drive all terrain vehicle (ATV). These are rare and hence expensive robots (at least in India). I made this ATV as my summer project. Dagu manufactures a similar 6WD chassis but its way too expensive…... Listed under:
  517. VRBOT (Voice Recognition Robot)
    In this Instructable we'll make a robot (more like a RC car) which is controlled by voice i.e. Voice Recognition. Before I start to give you any further details one must know that this is Voice Recognition and not Speech Recognition that means the controller…... Listed under:
  518. CoaTracker Using Arduino
    Has this ever happened to you? You wake up in the morning and realize that you're terribly late for work/class/your weekly pedicure/whatever. You throw on a t-shirt and flip flops, sprint around your warm, heated house grabbing your belongings, and race out the door...where you…... Listed under:
  519. ESP8266/ESP-12 Arduino Powered SmartThings DS18B20 Temp. Sensor
    We all like to know what the current room temperature is, and sometimes what the temperature is in another room, or maybe even in your vacation house on the other side of the world. Maybe you want to monitor the temperature in your pet Lizard's…... Listed under:
  520. Model Police Car using an Arduino
    We wanted to build a model police car with working lights and sirens. Then we decided to add a motor and instead of using a switch to turn everything and off we used a photodiode. For our car the photodiode signal is a simple on off…... Listed under: ,
  521. Drain Clog Detector
    Don't let a clogged drain slow you down!Coming back from our vacation, me and my wife were surprised by the water covering the floor of our apartment, and we found out it's not even clean water, it's drain everywhere. After clearing the drain and cleaning…... Listed under:
  522. Remote Control: ESP8266 With Coin Cell
    The big problem using the ESPs is the power consumption when Wifi "goes up", about 100-200mA, peak up to 300mA. Normal coincells deliver a few mA, peak up to 20-40mA. But for the ESPs the voltage will collapse. We need "a little help of my…... Listed under:
  523. Open a box with the flick of a switch!
    Have you ever given something to someone and wished that the box you gave it in opened automatically? No? Well neither have I (well, maybe) :D. However if you have, this is the guide for you! With just a flick of a switch the box…... Listed under:
  524. How to turn inkjet printer to print on Coffee using Arduino
    The aim of this project is to make latte printer, I used 1 printers and 1 scanner , it prints one line a time, all what I have done is hacking the sensors of the printer and I used Arduino Uno to send different values…... Listed under: ,
  525. Alexa Controlled Servo
    Introduction I have a laptop on a shelf in my office that monitors several cameras that are around the outside of my house. They alert me to deliveries and visitors. While I can use a web browser to see their images it is easier to just…... Listed under:
  526. Autonomous Control of RPM of Engine Using Feedback System From a IR Based Tachometer
    There is always a need for automating a process,be it a simple/monstrous one.I got the idea to do this project from a simple challenge that i faced while finding methods to water/irrigate our small piece of land.The problem of no current supply lines and costly…... Listed under:
  527. Arduino + fischertechnik TX-C – Connecting I2C True Colour Sensor
    Colour reading is a real issue for industrial models. I've been working on it for more than 12 months now, since December 2009. After many months of hard work, • starting with the standard colour reader (season 1 ) with features a red LED, •…... Listed under: ,
  528. The 4x4x4 LED cube using an Arduino
    In this instructable I will show you how to make a 4x4x4 LED cube that will be controlled by an Arduino Demulionove. now yes you might say" that Arduino has only 14 I/O pins well also the 6 analog pins can be used as pins…... Listed under: ,
  529. Make Your Own Connected Heating Thermostat and Make Savings With Heating
    What is the purpose? Increase the comfort by heating your house exactly as you wantMake savings and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by heating your house only when you needKeep control on your heating wherever you areBe proud you did it yourself Step 1: How Does It Increase Your Comfort ?…... Listed under:
  530. Gravity Touch bluetooth glove using Arduino
    Hey guys! I'd like to share with you the input device I created specifically to interact with AR glasses like the Google Glass, Meta, Moverio BT or with the VR headsets like Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR, vrAse, Durovis Dive. Those new products are amazing…... Listed under: , ,
  531. Froggy World 3 The Seesaw Using Arduino
    Froggy put on a little eye makeup before heading out for the new ride, "The Seesaw."  The Seesaw is the third ride in the amusement park for adventurous plastic frogs. This ride received Froggy from "The Boot" and slides him over to a waiting rail…... Listed under:
  532. Solar Weight-Based Plant Management With ESP32
    Growing plants is fun and watering and caring for them is not really a hassle. Microcontroller applications to monitor their health are all over the internet and the inspiration for their design comes from plant's static nature and the ease of monitoring something that doesn't…... Listed under:
  533. Arduino DIY SD Card Logging Shield
    Ready-made SD card logging shields for the Arduino typically cost in the range of $15 - $25. This is quite reasonable, but we might save a couple of bucks if we make our own. Not to mention all the fun in building it. Forget about…... Listed under: ,
  534. Virtual USB Keyboard Using Arduino
    Communicating with a host computer can allow a simple Arduino-based system to gain access to a wide variety of devices and information. Most people link an Arduino to a host using serial communications across a USB connection with custom code running on the host to…... Listed under: ,
  535. Temperature and Humidity Monitor Using DHT22 & MAX7219
    We always need to see the temperature and humidity when we sitting in our house to know whether we need to turn on/off AC, heater,cooler,etc. So here we have build this circuit to display temperature and humidity on the 7-segment displays, and we have used…... Listed under:
  536. Smart Homer Web-enabled TV remote using Arduino
    Smart Homer, a Web-enabled TV remote puppet Smart Homer is a Web-enabled puppet that turns on your TV when Simpsons is on. As Homer is too lazy to browse the Web himself, a script in the cloud checks the online TV program for him. If…... Listed under: ,
  537. Construct A Musical FootBall Using Arduino
    This project is to construct a musical football. The reason for my project is that I was inspired by a little kid with austim who love sports and music. So what better way to have fun then have a ball that you can play with…... Listed under:
  538. Dynamic LED Lighting Controller for Art
    Introduction: Lighting is an important aspect of visual art. And if the lighting can change with time it can become a significant dimension of the art. This project started with attending a light show and experiencing how the lighting could totally change the color of…... Listed under:
  539. Simple Arduino L.E.D Police Lights
    This was one of the first programs i wrote for the arduino after having it a few days 🙂 we will be making l.e.d police lights with minimal materials Step 1: You will need. You will need Arduino (or suitable clone) Breadboard 2x 240ohm resistors…... Listed under: , ,
  540. Lightning Shutter Trigger for a Camera using Arduino
    I knew there were devices that could trigger a camera to fire during a lightning strike, but their circuits were more complicated than I wanted to make. I’m a software guy not a hardware guy so I decided to use an Arduino and that allowed me to write a…... Listed under: ,
  541. Movement Activated Redstone
    This project is a motion activated redstone lamp. It works by using a crumble microcontroller and an ultrasonic distance sensor wired up to a relay. This project is being entered into the minecraft competition and any votes, favorites or comments would be greatly appreciated! Step…... Listed under:
  542. Dr Blinkenlights… (or how I learned to afford the BlinkM)
    I love the idea of the BlinkM (individually addressed RGB leds controlled with 2 pins), but not so much the price (nearly 15 quid each!). Luckily, the hardware is open source and somebody has brought out an alternative firmware (although if you know where to…... Listed under:
  543. Space Battleship Yamato 2199 With Trinket Microcontrollers
    Because of the remake of the animation and movie of Space Battleship Yamato, in addition to the attractive design of Bandai model. It make me interest to build this space battleship model again. Bandai not mention its scale, maybe ~1:2500 by estimation. https://youtu.be/b5TzmONvX3o https://youtu.be/SdxBiHjwRUM Step…... Listed under:
  544. Arduino wall avoiding robot
    This instructable assumes very little with respect to prior knowledge. If there are any areas you feel could be improved or clarified, please feel free to message or comment and I will update. Here are all the details you need to produce a simple wall…... Listed under:
  545. Power Quality Meter ( PQ Monitor) using Arduino
    Arduino UNO project, Power Quality Meter, someone would call it’s PQ Monitor or PQ Analyzer. I had already published one  blog  devoted RMS voltage measurements on full band  20 – 20 000 Hz  audio signals. ( Following my own style, I’d refer to already published…... Listed under: ,
  546. Audio VU meter with Extra wide Dynamic Range 69 dB using Arduino
    O’K, after having some fun with stereo version of the VU meter I described in my previous blog-post, now it’s time to do a serious stuff. Studio grade VU meter !!! 24 steps, equally spaced every 3 dB, covering Extra wide Dynamic Range from -63  up to…... Listed under: , ,
  547. Using Temperature, Rainwater, and Vibration Sensors on an Arduino to Protect Railways
    In modern-day society, an increase in rail passengers means that rail companies must do more to optimize networks to keep up with the demand. In this project we will show on a small scale how temperature, rainwater, and vibration sensors on an arduino board can…... Listed under:
  548. Build A Light Suit Using Arduino
    Why build a light suit? Probably because I've watched tron a few too many times (the 1984 version of course). I'd just discovered Arduino and was very excited, I'd made LED's flash and buzzers sound but now I wanted to make something new and interesting,…... Listed under:
  549. ESP32 LoRa Changing Frequency
    What would you think about a program, made in the C language of the Arduino IDE, that makes the LoRa radio change frequency? This is what you will learn about in my video today, where you will learn about the differences between LoRa radio, LoRaWAN…... Listed under:
  550. Dot Matrix Printer from a CD/DVD Reader with Arduino
    Hey! Some time ago while going through the pages here in Instructables, something catch my attention, a printer made of a CD reader, and i was amazed. I thought: "This is incredible, I have to make one!" I know that these kind of projects don't…... Listed under: ,
  551. Cardio Data Logger
    Although nowadays many portable devices (smartbands, smartwatches, smartphones,...) are available that can detect the Heart Rate (HR) and perform trace analysis, chest strap belts-based systems (like the one in the upper part of thr picture) are still widespread and used, but lacking the possibility to…... Listed under:
  552. Arduino powered hangman giftbox/lockbox
    A medium sized box that requires the user to succeed in a game of hang man in order to gain access to the contents of the box.  Great gift Idea!!! my Arduino sketch will be included in this instructible sorry for the poor quality pictures!…... Listed under:
  553. Mail Alarm
    After completing my GSM Home Alarm V1.0 and some time of using, I decided to make some modifications. https://youtu.be/obGU1exGBt4 In the hardware the main changes are the replacement of the ultrasonic sensor and the introduction of a keypad. On the software, I change the SMS notification by…... Listed under:
  554. Measure RPM – Optical Tachometer using Arduino
    This Instructable will show you how to make a Portable Digital Optical Tachometer using an Arduino Uno. This project is inspired from This instructable and is an enhanced version of it with an LCD display and a modified code. Instead of a slotted sensor ,…... Listed under:
  555. How to build an Arduino WiFi 4×4 with Android Controller
    RC cars can be WiFi Cars...? RC cars are cool, but cheap RC cars have limited range and can only be controlled with the particular controller that was included with the car. I purchased a RC jeep, complete with 4 wheel drive, flexible suspension, and…... Listed under: , ,
  556. Automatic Water Level Indication via SMS alert
    Summary Students will learn how to construct a water Level Indicator/Controller that monitors the level of the overhead tank by constructing a circuit that will notify the user via SMS if the water supply to an area/home is initiated and indicate how high the water…... Listed under:
  557. Water Level Indicator
    Summary In this project, we will create a water level indicator with three levels inside a tank using an Arduino and a water sensor, as well as three LEDs and a buzzer to indicate when the tank is full. Objectives To understand how a water…... Listed under:
  558. Nixie Clock Mood Barometer
    An unremarked casualty of Progress is the aneroid home barometer. These days, you might still be able to find examples in the homes of people over ninety, but millions more are in the dump, or on ebay. In truth, the old-school barometer didn't help itself…... Listed under:
  559. Autonomous Control of RC Car Using Arduino
    This instructable shows how to modify an inexpensive RC car so it can be controlled by an on-board microcontroller.  You can program the controller to make the car do any number of driving patterns and stunts.  Once you have the car being controlled from the…... Listed under: , ,
  560. ESP-Now Rainstick
    This fun little project will allow you the trivial joy of letting a electronic network announce that you have rain! The AI controlled, tear eliciting price'd Tesla has been rumored to have sensors that awaken the windshield wipers at the onset of rain. Being in…... Listed under:
  561. How to make a robotic dart shooting sentry
    Tools: Hot Glue Gun Laptop with Arduino software 22 awg hookup wire (black, red, yellow) wire strippers usb cable drill 1/16th drillbit exacto knife Parts: 2 tongue depressors 1 clothespin 1 rubber-band 1 dart 1 cup (paper or plastic) 1 arduino 1 breadboard 1 led 1 momentary button…... Listed under:
  562. Controlling Hand Drill with Roboduino using Arduino
    This will explain how we re-purposed a hand drill to re-spool solder using a roboduino (arduino compatible), two servos, and a DIY encoder.  While one could use TRIACs to play with the AC power going into the drill, just using a servo to control the throttle…... Listed under: ,
  563. Adding CV inputs to the Auduino granular synth
    When I first got into the Arduino I went looking for audio projects. One of the first things I built was TobaTobias' Auduino granular synth. I was so impressed I built a permanent unit in a heavy duty enclosure and incorporated it into my occasional…... Listed under:
  564. Measure Pressure With Your Micro:bit
    The following instructable describes a easy to build and inexpensive device to perform pressure measurements and demonstrate Boyle's law, using the micro:bit in combination with the BMP280 pressure/temperature sensor. Whereas this syringe/pressure sensor combination has already been described in one of my previous instructables, the combination…... Listed under:
  565. GoFly – paragliding/hangliding/gliding altimeter-variometer from Your car navigation using Arduino
    GoFly is a project based on PNA (car navigation devices with Windows CE), LK8000 tactical fligh computer software and variometer (altimeter) external input based on Arduino board and pressure sensor. Why? -You can build this for about 150$, -Your ordinary PNA (Personal Navigation Assistant) changes…... Listed under: , ,
  566. 3-Axis Magnetic Field Sensor
    Wireless power transfer systems are well on their way to replacing conventional wired charging. Ranging from tiny biomedical implants all the way to wirelessly recharging huge electric vehicles. An integral part of the research on wireless power is minimizing the magnetic field density. The International…... Listed under:
  567. Quick and Easy Arduino Nightlight
    Honestly, how many people have been in this scenario (leave a yes or no in the comments) : It is 2:30 in the morning and you wake up with a need to do something whatever that may be (bathroom, forgotten homework assignment, project due in…... Listed under:
  568. Using an Arduino to Control an Infrared Helicopter
    In this Instructable we will explain how infrared signals are used by a remote to control a toy or device, then show how a simple circuit can be added to an Arduino to operate the same device through free, Open Source software. This document is part of…... Listed under: , ,
  569. WiFi Controlled Camera Slider
    If you want to add interest to any video you are making, a good way to doing it is to add motion. There are an infinite number of motion effects you could use in your videos, but a classic, and very pleasing one, is a…... Listed under:
  570. USA Flag made with diffused LED using Arduino
    USA flag constructed using a total of 2,301 diffused red, white and blue LEDs completed with Arduino sketch animations, I hope this instructions helps anyone who wants to try this out. This flag can be displayed during the 4th of July, memorial day or during…... Listed under: , ,
  571. NeoPixel Reactive Table
    Welcome to my version of the LED reactive table! I was inspired by previous work using discrete LEDs, such as this one, but I figured it would be easier and more fun to use NeoPixels -- programmable RGB LEDs that can be set to any color you want.…... Listed under:
  572. Arduino Skateboard Speedometer
    Using an Arduino, it is easy to make a speedometer/tachometer for virtually any man-powered vehicle. I made one for my skateboard that used a small magnet to count revolutions and utilized an LCD display screen.  This Instructable will show you how you can do the…... Listed under: , ,
  573. Fancy LED Hat
    I've always wanted to do an Arduino project, but never had any great ideas for one until my family was invited to a fancy hat party. With two weeks lead time, I was curious if I could both plan and execute a motion sensitive LED…... Listed under:
  574. Automate Your Garage Opening Times
    1. Background My 1st project with Apduino Online was about to solve a simple problem, close the garage door after sunset, when it has been left open. We have a garage in the basement, which is used not only for car parking, but gardening tools…... Listed under:
  575. How to control arduino board using an android phone and a bluetooth module
    In this tutorial you'll learn how to use a bluetooth module and MIT's app inventor to create a wireless serial link between an android phone and an arduino board. Here is a short video showing an example app I created. I'll describe how to do…... Listed under: , ,
  576. Quantifying Access to your Mind using Arduino
    So, I manage a creative technology lab at California College of the Arts. It's essentially an educational hackerspace for art and design students. Pretty awesome, right? After graduating from the University of Minnesota with a degree in mechanical engineering, I was desperately trying to find…... Listed under:
  577. Wireless Doorbell Receiver
    This project describes the second part of the following two projects: A wireless doorbell transmitter as described in the Wireless Doorbell Transmitter Instructable. This Instructable also gives some introduction to these projects.A wireless doorbell receiver described in this Instructable. The wireless doorbell receiver will make a sound…... Listed under:
  578. Control Servo with Light using Arduino
    Hello! In this Instructable i will teach you how to control a servo using a Photocell. This is very simple and good for beginners. Step 1: Materials 1 x Photocell 1 x 10k Resistor 1 x Arduino 1x Breadboard 1x Servo and some jumpers Step…... Listed under: ,
  579. Arduino Wireless Animatronic Hand
    BTW!!!!! This instructable is awsomeeeeeeThis is a very simple but at the same time a very hard project depending on your skill level. Lets get to building! What this is, is a wireless animatronic hand that doesn't need a computer to operate. The user wears…... Listed under: ,
  580. Wireless Doorbell Transmitter
    This project describes the first part of the following two projects: A wireless doorbell transmitter as described in this InstructableA wireless doorbell receiver to be described in the Wireless Doorbell Receiver Instructable When I am sitting in the backyard of my house I cannot hear it when…... Listed under:
  581. Binary/ Analog Clock
    I was inspired by the digital/ analog clock to make my own special clock as my second instructable. I browsed the internet and found that servo clocks are rare and binary are common. So i decided to combine the two and this is what I…... Listed under:
  582. Control anything remotely with Infrared signals using Arduino
    Who would have thought that just about every Arduino attachment can be controlled in some way with a TV remote? Now its time to find out how. Arduino.skp141 KB Step 1: Setup and Materials The setup for this is quite basic. The real challenge is…... Listed under: ,
  583. Arduino 8×8 LED Matrix
    In this project, we will learn about LED Matrix Displays and two different projects on Arduino 8×8 LED Matrix Interface. The first project will be a simple interface between Arduino and 8X8 LED Matrix to display information (even scrolling information and images can be displayed)…... Listed under:
  584. How to make an Arduino from scratch
    Frugal Engineering is the best way forward for science. If you're interested in making some arduino's from scratch , you've come to the right place. You can see a video tutorial of this instructable : here It will supplement any loopholes or doubts you may…... Listed under:
  585. Arduino Bluetooth Serial Connections
    This is an introduction on how to setup, make a basic connection, and send data to and from an Arduino using Bluetooth! Bluetooth is great for transmitting data over medium distances and what's more, Arduino just treats it like a serial data connection. This means…... Listed under: ,
  586. Arduino DC Motor Control using L298N Motor Driver
    In this project, we will see how to control a DC Motor using Arduino and L298N Motor Driver. There are different ways to control a DC Motor but the Arduino DC Motor Control using L298N Motor Driver is becoming quite popular for many reasons. Overview…... Listed under:
  587. To blink LED from mobile phone or iPod or another computer via WiFi
    Hello Everyone, I like this site too much, the site really played very important role in awakening my enthusiasm and creativity. This is my first project and its really for the first timers project. I got this project from Instructible site , modified to access…... Listed under:
  588. RGB LED Strip Circuit with Arduino
    This Instructable covers the assembly of a circuit capable of PWM-ing (pulse width modulating) a high-power RGB LED strip and programming an Arduino to cycle through a range of colors. In this context, "high power" is 9-12 volts. I will discuss how to mount a…... Listed under:
  589. Arduino – Control LEDs with a Remote Control
    Step 1: IR library First you need to go to this page and download the IR library. You just need to follow the read me file to install. I think that any IR remote control can do this, I’ll be using a Philips Universal one.…... Listed under:
  590. ‘Knock Back’ – A Knock Echoing Arduino
    This is a simple Arduino sketch that was originally designed to experiment with arrays and the built-in timing functionality. I based it on the tutorial sample code http://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Knock The system consists of a piezo sensor connected to an analog pin that listens for a knock from…... Listed under:
  591. Week 8  :  Embedded Programming & Networking and Communications
    Part 1 - Embedded Programing A Morse Code Receiver and Transmitter This week’s assignment was to program the board we made two weeks ago to do something, with as many different programming languages and programming environments as possible.I wanted to use all the features I have on…... Listed under:
  592. How to Build a Robotic Hand with Haptic Feedback using Arduino
    For science fair this year, I felt like building something instead of doing an experiment. All I needed to do was look around Instructables for a project idea. I was inspired by njkl44's robotic hand since it reminds me so much of stuff out of…... Listed under: ,
  593. Arduino Tutorial: Capacitive Touch Sensors
    Hello everyone! This instructable is a tutorial that will guide you on using the Capacitive touch sensors with Arduino. A Capacitive sensor is a kind of touch sensor, that requires little or no force to activate. In this Instructable about capacitive touch sensing, I'll show…... Listed under:
  594. Make Wired Robotic Arm Edge to “Wireless” with DIY Arduino and XBee
    UPDATE: Added Schematic, Top Layer PCB, Bottom Layer PCB, and both Top, Bottom PCB images When I finished the  "RevIO" - an Arduino Clone that has the different way of exposing pins usage. I decided to go further to the next project. To test my…... Listed under: ,
  595. Arduino Nixie Clock & Weather Station
    I wanted to build a Nixie clock driven by an Arduino and found a few places on the internet, but none were 100% complete to get it working from the beginning to end. I either found bad wiring diagrams, bad code in programs or bad…... Listed under:
  596. 7-Key Slider/Wheel Tutorial with Synthesizer
    This is a tutorial for using the 7-Key Slider/Wheel Breakout from Rachel's Electronics. I'll show you how to solder up the header pins for maximum usability. Rachel's has the QT1106 datasheet on their site, and a great arduino library for this breakout. The kit from…... Listed under: ,
  597. Arduino Watch with Nokia 3110 screen
    My goal for this project is to make a watch with selectable dials, stopwatch and millidays. This idea started with an Aprils fools prank about metric-time. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K35xG1buyFA) First I wanted to make a metric clock but soon this idea evolved from a metric watch into…... Listed under: , ,
  598. Arduino As a Cheap Breadboard FPGA
    Designing hardware logic circuits can be fun. The old school way to do this was with NAND gates, on a bread board, wired up with jumper wires. This is still possible, but it doesn't take much before the number of gates gets out of hand.…... Listed under:
  599. Uber Home Automation w/ Arduino & Pi
    A few years ago, I became a dog owner for the first time. I didn't like leaving Cody in the kennel alone all day. I had a webcam on him, but I couldn't watch it all day long. What if he was in some kind…... Listed under:
  600. Come Home! Connecting Distant Spaces EASILY over Web using Arduino
    Can you believe that we live in an age where you can touch an object (any object - if it has metal on it) and a light will turn on in your loved-one's space - even if they live in a different city, state, or…... Listed under: ,
  601. Wireless Doorbell Receiver
    This project describes the second part of the following two projects: A wireless doorbell transmitter as described in the Wireless Doorbell Transmitter Instructable. This Instructable also gives some introduction to these projects.A wireless doorbell receiver described in this Instructable. The wireless doorbell receiver will make a sound…... Listed under:
  602. Simple 2-way motor control for the arduino
    When I say simple, I don't mean use a speed control. But control the motor directly without any external circuitry. Here's how: How this came about: I recently was working on an instructable about charlieplexing with an arduino. And I was wondering if the same principle…... Listed under: ,
  603. Assembling the 8×8 LED Board Kit
    These are step by step instructions for assembling the 8x8 LED Board kit from moderndevice.com. I had never played with LED displays before using this kit. I suggest reading through all the assembly steps BEFORE starting to solder because assembly order DOES matter with this…... Listed under:
  604. Updated Movie Box
    A few months back, I posted an Instructable on my Raspberry Pi movie player tucked into a VHS cassette. Since then, I have built several for friends and family, and have simplified the process. Using a Raspberry Pi v3, we no longer need a USB hub and…... Listed under:
  605. CatGenie: A smart, resettable SaniSolution cartridge
    The project This project follows on from the excellent work by ScotSEA and his Arduino reset program (see http://www.instructables.com/id/CatGenie-Resetting-a-SaniSolution-Cartridge/ ).  I had never taken my Catgenie apart as Scott did, but had built a small contact board instead.  I had previous updated Scott's program to…... Listed under:
  606. My Ninth Project: Robot Arm with Joystick Shield using Arduino
    Although it is great controlling the robot arm with computer or mobile phone, I think using joystick is also cool, so I've bought a joystick shield and make a new project. This joystick shield is compatible with Arduino. It also support Nokia 5110 LCD module,…... Listed under:
  607. Beat Sync using an Arduino
    Beat Sync is a single frequency audio spectrum volume meter.  It can isolate around a certain frequency ( I choose the bass ) and display it on a creative 8 segment LED bar graph.  This is meant to be quite simple, yet allowing room for…... Listed under: ,
  608. Arduino Air Bonsai Levitation
    It's been a long time since my previous tutorial, my work is quite busy and I spend less time on Instructables. This time is a project that I like very much since my first saw it on Kickstarter: Air Bonsai. I was really surprised at how…... Listed under:
  609. Laser Tag Stuffed Animals
    Ever feel like there aren't enough toys at the intersection of cuddly and terrifying? Wish your stuffed animals could double as weapons? Then I've got the toy for you. These Laser Tag Stuffed Animals easily transform from being a cuddly night light to the world's…... Listed under:
  610. Arduino Based Home Automation Project via Bluetooth
    In this project, we will design a simple home automation project using simple components using which different electrical appliances can switched on or off. The project is based on Arduino and we have used Arduino UNO for the project. Description Introduction        …... Listed under:
  611. Mini BillBoard using Arduino
    Designing a Mini BillBoard using LED Lights(different colors) , Arduino and Bread Board. Thought of creating a mini billboard, that could display my name ("Josh") . This is for one of the build nights (required us to use LED lights). This billboard would blink in…... Listed under: ,
  612. Arduino Soap Sanitizer Dispenser
    Basically, an overkill soap dispenser made from CNC linear rail Description watch the video first https://youtu.be/Pi4bStBNVAo So the goal here was to build a Soap/Sanitiser without using the "servo motor method"  this is actually pretty straightforward built, first, you need to print these parts and…... Listed under:
  613. D-Led Shield v1.0 (for monitoring)
    Good day fellow enthusiast! Here is one of my latest and simplest shield designs for an arduino board. The thing here is, sometimes we have a hard time checking out which I/O pins are LOW or HIGH, especially when we are dealing with LED, motors,…... Listed under:
  614. How to Make Musical Floppy Drives using an Arduino
    My brother posted a video about this on facebook almost a year ago. Some old floppy drives playing Bach's masterpiece Toccata & Fugue and it got me really interested. So I read about it when the author posted a how-to on his blog and did a couple of tweaking…... Listed under: , ,
  615. SMART PARKING SYSTEM
    Recently from few years people have started focusing on modernization. So in this project "SMART PARKING SYSTEM" everything is based on modern idea, and through this project we also tried to short out space related problem which usually occurs in parking. https://youtu.be/wEUMw_Z8PnE What's all about…... Listed under:
  616. Pimp My Zoomobil using Arduino
    I recently put together the Playmobil Zoomobil for my kids. As I was busy snapping all the pieces together, I became more and more convinced that this cart had been made to have lights. It's hard for me to believe the original product designers at…... Listed under:
  617. Bluetooth 4.0 HM-10 cc2541 Duplex
    In this example, I'll show you how to use the cc2541 to communicate from one microcontroller to another in BOTH DIRECTIONS (BLE-HM-10). https://youtu.be/6zXYH9arHMI Introduction The HM-10 is a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module for embedded systems that allows for wireless communication with BLE-capable devices (e.g.…... Listed under:
  618. Using a Dot Matrix LED with an Arduino and Shift Register
    The Siemens DLO7135 Dot matrix LED is one amazing piece of optoelectronics. It's billed as a 5x7 Dot Matrix Intelligent Display (r) with Memory/Decoder/Driver. Along with that memory, it's got a 96-character ASCII display set with upper and lower case characters, a built-in character generator…... Listed under: ,
  619. Queue Management Node(QMN)
    Touch-free queue management service powered by Arduino MKR WiFi 1010 and Twilio. Description The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with people, things, and the world around us. Social distance enablement is one and only effective method to prevent the spreading of COVID-19.…... Listed under:
  620. Arduino Controlled ATX Power Supply
    Can a microcontroller control its own power?  Well nearly! An ATX power supply, either new or from an old PC, is a great way to power Arduino and other microcontroller projects.  That is covered in several 'ibles such as this one.  However, because of some…... Listed under: ,
  621. Reading Digital Callipers with an Arduino
    How to use an Arduino to read the signal from a set of digital callipers and send the reading over USB. Why? This might be useful for accurate position sensing in home made / hacked computer aided manufacture systems. Adds USB functionality to your callipers.…... Listed under: ,
  622. RADAR model using ARDUINO and ULTRASONIC SENSOR
    It is a model of RADAR. It describes how a radar works in real time. Description https://youtu.be/6zACsitlOS8 RADAR model is used to know how the real time radar works. It is constructed using ARDUINO UNO, ULTRASONIC SENSOR  and SERVO MOTOR. We also used to show the output. That…... Listed under:
  623. Personalised Word Clock using Arduino
    Build a unique personalised gift that’s cool and reflects the character of the recipient. What’s different about this Word Clock is that it is small enough to sit on a bedside desk, displays the recipients name and has personalised messages that appear at different times…... Listed under:
  624. How to make gas leak alert security alarm using arduino
    In this tutorial I will show you how to make gas leak alert security alarm using arduino nano and mq 5 gas sensor Description Introduction A gas detector is a device that detects the presence of gases in an area, often as part of a…... Listed under: