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. Reed Switch Interfacing with Arduino
    Reed switch is used in many of the real-life applications such as magnetic door switch, laptops, smartphones etc. In this article, we learn about Reed Switch and guide you to Interface a Reed Switch with Arduino. Reed Switch Reed switch is basically an electrical switch which is…... Listed under:
  2. Viseesaw
    Viseesaw uses the figure of a seesaw, to show metaphorically the inequality of two physical, conceptual or social realities. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Breadboard (generic) × 1 Adafruit Motor/Stepper/Servo Shield for Arduino v2 Kit - v2.3 × 1…... Listed under: ,
  3. RFID Based Attendance System – Learn to Build Yourself
    An RFID based Attendance System is a very interesting project which can be used in different places say in Schools to register the attendance of students and teachers, Private organizations to tabulate monthly working hours of employees and automatically calculate salary based on the number…... Listed under:
  4. Program MKR Over-the-Air + Goodies: Voice Control, etc.
    Secure OTA via Azure. Control via voice capable UWP app. Includes sample: room thermostat controlled via phone. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 This is needed for every OTA projects. The components below are needed only for the use case / sample:…... Listed under: ,
  5. Smart LCD Brightness Control using Arduino and LDR
    Smart LCD  with Automatic Brightness Adjusting Using Arduino and LDR Sensor Here is a simple Arduino project that focuses on adjusting the brightness of an LCD screen whenever there isn’t  sufficient light in a room. The Arduino reads the surrounding light intensity using an LDR sensor. …... Listed under:
  6. Arduino Real Time Clock using DS1307 RTC Module
    In this article, we are going to build an Arduino Real Time Clock using DS1307 RTC Module and 16×2 LCD module for display. First of all, let’s see how to interface RTC Module to Arduino. There are different kinds of RTC modules available in the market.…... Listed under:
  7. Door Sensor
    Monitor if the door or the valve gas is open... or if someone opened the cookie jar! Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Li-Ion Battery 1000mAh optional × 1 OpenBuilds Micro Limit Switch × 1 Software apps and online services…... Listed under: ,
  8. DIY Arduino Weather Station using Nokia Display
    Learn to Build Arduino Weather Station using DHT11, Soil Sensor, and Nokia Display In this project tutorial, we are going to make an Arduino weather station using 2 sensors; FC-28 soil moisture sensor to measure the moisture and the DHT22 sensor to measure the temperature, humidity…... Listed under:
  9. Adaptable Sensor and Notification System
    A easy to use adaptable sensor and notification system that is designed to be used as a temporary change of state notifier. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 PIR Motion Sensor (generic) × 1 SW-420 Motion Sensor Module Vibration Switch…... Listed under: , ,
  10. Nokia 5110 LCD and Arduino – Ultimate Tutorial and Guide
    Interfacing Nokia 5110 LCD Display To Arduino In this article, we are publishing a project tutorial which explains different aspects of interfacing a Graphical LCD (GLCD ) Nokia 5110 with Arduino. Nokia 5110 is a  48 x 84 graphic LCD that has an internal controller…... Listed under:
  11. DC Motor Speed Control using GY 521 Gyro/Accelerometer and Arduino
    In this article, we are going to control two motors by using the GY-521 accelerometer module. The speed of the motor will increase or decrease upon moving the GY-521 module up or down. On moving the Gy-521 towards the downside, the speed of the first…... Listed under:
  12. Codename RGB
    Remotely control your RGB LED strip from your pc. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Power MOSFET N-Channel Might be something similar. × 3 RGB Led Strip Make sure its 12v dc (if Its not 12v you will have to…... Listed under: ,
  13. Automatic Irrigation System using Arduino
    In this project, we are going to build an automatic irrigation system using Arduino which senses the moisture of the soil and opens or closes the valve according to the moisture value. The moisture value and the valve status is shown on the Nokia 5110…... Listed under:
  14. Spinning or Rotating LED Display using Arduino POV
    Designing a Spinning/Rotating LED Display In this project, we are going to show you how to make a simple “Rotating LED Display”  (also popularly known as Spinning LED Display) with Arduino. The motivation to make this project came to my mind when I saw a…... Listed under:
  15. BBC Micro Online
    BBC Micro connects to WiFi, accesses games over the Internet. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 BBC Micro model B (Acorn Computers) × 1 27C256 EPROM × 1 SparkFun Level Shifter Board × 1 Texas Instruments Hex Schmitt-Trigger Inverter ×…... Listed under: ,
  16. Arduino Solar Tracker Using LDR Sensor & Servo Motor
    Arduino Solar Tracker Solar energy is one of the fastest growing industries in the world; today more than 65 GW energy is produced by solar power. Since solar energy is renewable, it is a good power source, especially for developing countries. In this project, I…... Listed under:
  17. Plant Monitoring System
    Real time plant monitoring system to view temperature, light exposure and moisture. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Breadboard (generic) × 1 Temperature Sensor × 1 Photo resistor × 1 Moisture sensor × 1 Resistor 10k ohm × 1 Software…... Listed under: , ,
  18. Rain Sensing Wiper using Arduino and Servo Motor
    Automatic Rain Sensing Wiper Using Arduino  This project is designed to build a car wiper that automatically detects the rainfall intensity and regulates the frequency of wiper operation. It is built, using Arduino UNO board. A rain sensing module is used for measuring the intensity…... Listed under:
  19. Ultrasonic Blind Walking Stick Using Arduino
    Ultrasonic Blind Walking Stick According to the WHO, about 30 million people are estimated to be permanently blind worldwide. These people are totally dependent on others. They even cannot walk on their own. We have created designed and built an “Ultrasonic Blind Walking Stick” device…... Listed under:
  20. Automatic Railway Gate Control Using Arduino & IR Sensor
    About a million people have died over the past 5 years in unmanned railway crossings all over the world. At least 1/3rd of the railway crossings are unmanned due to their remote placement and less traffic. The Automatic Railway Gate Control System using IR Sensor…... Listed under:
  21. Amazon Dash Replenishment Pens
    A pen holder that determines when there are two or less pens and triggers an Amazon pen set replacement. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Crayola Air Dry Clay × 1 OpenBuilds Micro Limit Switch × 5 Software apps and…... Listed under: , , ,
  22. Interfacing Stepper Motor to Arduino
    In this article, we are publishing a project which explains different aspects of interfacing a Stepper Motor with Arduino. Stepper motor is a specially designed DC motor which comes with advantages of both a servo motor and a normal dc motor. Compared to a normal…... Listed under:
  23. LinkIt™ Smart 7688 Smart Room
    This Project will demonstrate you to control & monitor your room through my custom designed responsive web app. Things used in this project Hardware components MediaTek Labs LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo × 1 DHT22 Temperature Sensor × 1 Resistor 10k ohm × 1 Resistor 221…... Listed under: , ,
  24. Remote LED Mood Setter
    Set LED RGB light Scenes remotely Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Breadboard (generic) × 1 RGB Diffused Common Cathode × 1 Story Using MKR1000 to control an RGB LED device. In our shortened example we will use a single…... Listed under: ,
  25. Arduino Gear Motor Interface Using IC L293D
    In this article, we are publishing a project which explains different aspects of Arduino-Gear motor interface. Gear motor is a specially designed DC motor whose gear assembly helps in increasing the torque and reducing the speed. Compared to a normal DC motor, maximum rpm a…... Listed under:
  26. Hot Cocoa 3000
    Oh the weather outside is frightful, but hot cocoa is so delightful, so let's order some hot cocoa on the go! An Arduino MKR1000 project. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Water Pump NOTE! THIS AND MANY OF THE OTHER…... Listed under: ,
  27. Limb Shaker
    A stepper motor shakes a limb to frighten away birds and squirrels. It is under the control of the MKR1000. Things used in this project Hardware components DC motor (generic) × 1 Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Story The project uses a stepper motor to pull…... Listed under: ,
  28. DC Motor Speed Control Using Arduino & PWM
    Speed control of DC motor with PC Interface is an easy DIY project. In this project DC motor’s speed is controlled by sending the command through PC. Arduino is directly connected to PC through the USB cable and command is given to Arduino on serial…... Listed under:
  29. PlantAnalyzer
    A device which collects data (environmental, soil and photosynthesis values) of plant(s) and then stores/analyze using a MKR1000 and Azure. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 ADAFRUIT SD CARD READER × 1 ARDUCAM 5MP OV5642 × 1 SparkFun Weather Shield…... Listed under: ,
  30. Project: Car Speed Detector Using Arduino
    Car speed Detector Project In this project I am going to show you how to measure the speed of running car (or man) from outside. Police department uses this type of system to prevent over speed of vehicles. Our project is a little different from…... Listed under:
  31. Getting weather data
    With this tutorial, you will learn how to get the weather data from a web service to your Arduino. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Story In this tutorial we would make use of the WiFiConnection of our mkr1000. We…... Listed under: , , ,
  32. Project: Gesture Controlled Mouse (Air Mouse) Using Arduino & Accelerometer
    AIR Mouse is also called gesture-controlled mouse and it works based on hand gesture. In this project an accelerometer is used for measuring the tilt of hand in X and Y direction and moves the cursor according the tilt. In the project two types of…... Listed under:
  33. Mind Control Drone
    Learn how to lift-off a drone with your mind and a hacked controller using a MindWave sensor, Arduino MKR1000 and Processing. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Micro Racing Drone × 1 Capacitor 100 µF × 4 Resistor 221 ohm…... Listed under: ,
  34. DIY: Measuring Wheel/Surveyor’s Wheel Using Arduino & Rotary Encoder
    DIY: Measuring Wheel/Surveyor’s Wheel Using Arduino & Rotary Encoder A surveyor’s wheel may also be known by other names like: clickwheel, hodometer, waywiser, trundle wheel, measuring wheel or a perambulator. All these devices serve a single purpose, which is, measuring distance. The origin of surveyor’s…... Listed under:
  35. Project: Auto Intensity Control Of Street Light Using Arduino
    Auto Intensity Control Of Street Light Using Arduino In this project, I am going to show you how to control the intensity of LED lights according to the time and the light intensity of outer atmosphere. This is an amazing and very useful project because…... Listed under:
  36. Control the Position of a Continuous Rotation Servo via WiFi
    Position control using wifi from a smartphone sounds too good to be true? Do it with MKR1000. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Hand tools and fabrication machines 3D Printer (generic) Story Many position control use steppers because they are…... Listed under: ,
  37. Project: Home Automation Using IR Remote Control
    Arduino-Remote Control Home Automation In this project, we are going to show you how to control home appliances using a TV Remote. This same principle can be applicable in offices and industries as well. The project deals with the automation of four home appliances, like…... Listed under:
  38. Smartphone Controlled Atomic Weather Station
    This project combines Atomic Time keeping with local weather station, and additional cool projects using Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 Raspberry Pi 2 Model B × 1 Adafruit Ultimate GPS Breakout ×…... Listed under: ,
  39. Create Mobile Apps for Android and iOS Connecting to the MKR
    This simple project shows how to make an app that controls an Arduino MKR1000 board with Evothings Studio by communicating over the TCP. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 LED (generic) × 1 Resistor 100 ohm × 1 Jumper wires…... Listed under: , ,
  40. Arduino Mega Tutorial – Pinout & Schematics
    First of all, Why Arduino Mega? When cheaper boards are available, why go with Arduino Mega? The main reason behind this is the additional features that are inbuilt with this board. First feature is the large I/O system design with inbuilt 16 analog transducers and…... Listed under:
  41. DasFilisera Green House
    Be kind to your plants! Learn about the green house environment using MKR1000 and sensors. Control soil humidity and air conditions! Things used in this project Hardware components DHT22 Temperature Sensor × 1 DS18B20 × 1 Soil temperature and humidity sensor FS200-SHT25 × 1 4-Channel…... Listed under: , , ,
  42. Arduino Nano Tutorial – Pinout & Schematics
    Arduino Nano Pinout The Arduino Nano, as the name suggests is a compact, complete and bread-board friendly microcontroller board. The Nano board weighs around 7 grams with dimensions of 4.5 cms to 1.8 cms (L to B). This article discusses about the technical specs most importantly…... Listed under:
  43. One Button to Rule Them All
    Learn how to connect a simple web app written in JavaScript to Arduino Cloud. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 SparkFun big dome red button × 1 Software apps and online services Arduino Web Editor Arduino Cloud Story Following this…... Listed under: , ,
  44. Arduino Alcohol Detector Circuit Board
    In this project, I am going to Interface an Alcohol Sensor with Arduino. Here I have designed an Arduino Shield PCB using EASYEDA online PCB simulator and designer. Arduino Alcohol Detector will detect the alcohol level in breath and by using some calculations in code…... Listed under:
  45. Arduino Temperature Sensor
    I previously worked on an enclosure for the Computer Club server rack, and I thought it would be a good idea to put together a standalone temperature sensor system. Preferably it would interface over the internet so that IRC bots and other programs could talk…... Listed under:
  46. DIY Arduino Inclinometer using MPU6050
    The MPU6050 is an IC 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyroscope combined into one unit. It also houses a temperature sensor and a DCM to perform a complex task. The MPU6050 is commonly used in building Drone and other remote robots like a self-balancing robot.…... Listed under:
  47. Alexa, Put the Kettle On!
    Make a smart kettle for under £60 using Alexa and Arduino. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 SparkFun Logic Level Converter - Bi-Directional × 1 Tefal Temperature Control Kettle × 1 Software apps and online services Arduino IDE Amazon Alexa…... Listed under:
  48. Chicken Coop Automation
    Automating a chicken coop with sensors and actors, using an Arduino MKR1000 and the Blynk internet dashboard. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 CHIHAI DC Motor - 12V 200rpm Encoder with Mounting Bracket × 1 Geekcreit L298N Dual H Bridge…... Listed under: ,
  49. Automatic Pet Feeder using Arduino
    Today we are building an Arduino based Automatic Pet Feeder which can automatically serve food to your pet timely. It has a DS3231 RTC (Real Time Clock) Module, which used to set time and date on which your pet should be given food. So, by…... Listed under:
  50. Amazon DRS Promise: Never Miss Coffee Break Again!
    Amazon Dash Replenishment Service Automatic coffee ordering robot using Arduino MKR1000. Never miss another coffee break again! Things used in this project Hardware components Ultrasonic Distance Sensor × 1 LED (generic) × 1 SparkFun Pushbutton switch 12mm × 1 Resistor 100 ohm × 1 Arduino…... Listed under: ,
  51. Interfacing Graphical LCD (ST7920) with Arduino
    There are many types of LCDs used in Electronic Projects. We have already used 16X2 LCD in many of our projects and also used TFT LCD with Arduino. You can find our entire 16X2 LCD related project by following this link, including interfacing with 8051, AVR, Arduino and many…... Listed under:
  52. Good Sleep – Your Sleep Assistant
    Get the best night's sleep by using Alexa and Arduino to monitor the conditions in your bedroom, make suggestions and help you sleep better. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Amazon Alexa Amazon Echo × 1 SparkFun MEMS Microphone Breakout…... Listed under: ,
  53. TVOC and CO2 Measurement using Arduino and CCS811 Air Quality Sensor
    Sadly, in the name of progress, we have polluted the air, water, soil and the food we eat”. So monitoring the air quality is very crucial now days because of pollution. For designing an air quality monitoring system we need durable and reliable air quality…... Listed under:
  54. Interfacing Arduino with MATLAB – Blinking LED
    In this project, we are going to learn, How to set up hardware support for Arduino in MATLAB software. How to control an Arduino using MATLAB code. We normally use Arduino IDE to write and upload codes to Arduino. The advantage of MATLAB is, it…... Listed under:
  55. Controlling Multiple Servo Motors with Arduino
    Using one or two Servo with Arduino is Easy but what if we want to use more than one Servo Motors? Here, we are going to show you that how to control Multiple Servo Motors with Arduino. Connecting multiple Servo Motors with Arduino seems to…... Listed under:
  56. Smiling Snowball
    A web-controlled smiling snowball based on the Arduino MKR1000 controlled via WiFi using MQTT, Shitr.io and Node-red. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 LED matrix 8 x 8 (MAX7219) × 6 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 cardboard 40 cm x…... Listed under: , ,
  57. Arduino Uno Rev3
      Arduino Uno is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P (datasheet). It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz quartz crystal, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header and…... Listed under:
  58. Arduino with ESP8266 – Reading Data from Internet
    The ESP8266-01 has been a great module to quench all our thirsts for IOT projects. Since its release, it has developed a strong community and evolved into an easy to use, cheap and powerful Wi-Fi module. Another open-source platform which is much more popular is…... Listed under:
  59. Reef Controller
    A Reef / Saltwater Aquarium controller based on an Arduino Mrk1000 and controlled remotely by an Universal Windows Platform app. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Adafruit Perma-proto board full size × 1 Adafruit I2C logic level converter × 1…... Listed under: , ,
  60. Space Race Game using Arduino and Nokia 5110 Graphical Display
    Programming has always been fun and it just got a lot better with development platforms like Arduino. Almost every programmer out here would have tried to develop some kind of game using the language that they learning/practising. This helps them to tune their programming skills…... Listed under:
  61. Eggzact Science
    Entry for the "World's Largest Arduino Maker Challenge" - An IoT Project with Windows10, the Arduino MKR1000, and Chickens.   Story  Completed App - Home Page Completed App - Connection Page Completed App - Egg Overview Page Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino…... Listed under: , ,
  62. DIY Time Control Machine
    This project is about how to make a time machine! This machine looks like a glove, and can "stop" any moving subject. At first, watch a video with some demonstration and experiments, guess how it works, and then read about how to make it =)…... Listed under:
  63. Arduino Color Mixing Lamp using RGB LED and LDR
    What if we can generate different colors using a single RGB led and make our room’s corner more attractive? So, here is a simple Arduino based color mixing lamp which can change color when there is change in light in the room. So this lamp…... Listed under:
  64. ReSpeaker Home Automation
    ReSpeaker Home Automation Sample using Arduino MKR1000, Microsoft Cognitive Service Speech API, Api.ai and MQTT Things used in this project Hardware components Seeed ReSpeaker Mic Array v2.0 × 1 Arduino MKR1000 × 1 LED (generic) × 2 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 Software apps and…... Listed under: , ,
  65. Voice Controlled LEDs using Arduino and Bluetooth
    Controlling LEDs with voice command seems to be a difficult task, but it’s easy and you can quickly build it. We just need an Arduino UNO to serially communicate with HC-06 Bluetooth module and a smartphone to send voice command to Bluetooth module HC-06. For…... Listed under:
  66. Algorithmic Camera Trigger – Shutterino
    Camera trigger powered by Arduino MKR1000 and controlled by the app. Let the algorithm take the best shots. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 Any board with WiFi and support for Firmata protocol will work × 1 Servos (Tower Pro MG996R) ×…... Listed under:
  67. Arduino Plays Piano Tiles
    Ever wondered if your phone can play games by itself. Yes, it is possible. You can build a circuit to play Piano tiles on your smartphone. The video shows the demonstration of the project. Step 1: Components Required And the circuit can be built with…... Listed under:
  68. Auto Intensity Control of Power LED using Arduino
    Be a bright spark, lights off till it’s dark!” sometimes we forget to turn off the lights and waste electricity and you must have also seen street light turned on in the day. We have already built few circuits on Dark detector where lights turn…... Listed under:
  69. Component Designing in Proteus ISIS
    Hello friends, hope you all are having fun in your life. Today’s tutorial is about the component designing in Proteus ISIS. This tutorial actually deals with the presentation of your project. Usually when students give presentation of their projects, then it is asked that add…... Listed under:
  70. Arduino RFID Door Lock
    You have seen RFID Door Lock Mechanism in some Hotels and other places, where you don’t need a key to unlock the room. You are given a card and you just need to put it in front of a RFID Reader box, and the lock gets unlocked…... Listed under:
  71. Temperature Controled Charcoal Smoker
    Use an Arduino MKR1000 to maintain a constant temperature in a charcoal smoker and allow monitoring over Wifi, Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 5V Brushless Blower × 1 MOSFET IRF520N Driver Module × 1 100K ohm NTC Thermistors ×…... Listed under: , ,
  72. Interfacing of Seven Segment with Arduino in Proteus
    Hello friends, today we are gonna have a look on how to interface Seven Segment with Arduino in Proteus. In my last post, I have posted an Arduino Library for Seven Segment Display, which is designed by our team and is quite basic in functionality.…... Listed under:
  73. Bluetooth Controlled 8×8 LED Matrix Sign Board Display using Arduino
    Be it the long stretched highways or your doctors front door, we have sign boards placed everywhere to provide us information. But these sign boards are often boring and cannot be configured as per our interest from time to time. So in this project we…... Listed under:
  74. IoT Santa Tracker on Colorful World Map
    Use MKR1000 to show the Santa location in real-time on a colorful world map made of neopixels. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B × 1 FR-1 Printed Circuit Board Blanks × 2 Translucent Colored Cast…... Listed under: ,
  75. ADC value on LCD using Arduino
    Hello friends, hope you all are fine and having good life. In today’s project, we will see how to display ADC value on LCD using Arduino in Proteus ISIS. Its quite a simple project in which we are gonna measure the voltage of ADC pins…... Listed under:
  76. Arduino Based Piano with Recording and Replay
    Arduino has been a boon for people who are not from the electronics background to build stuff easily. It has been a great prototyping tool or to try something cool, in this project we are going to build a small yet fun Piano using the…... Listed under:
  77. Wifi Enabled 2/4 Wheeled Robot Platform Utilizing MKR1000
    WIP- Using a MKR1000 to create a WiFi Enabled 2/4 Wheeled Robot Platform, Hardware is in hand, now to implement software Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 I was one of 1000 who won this × 1 SparkFun Dual H-Bridge motor drivers…... Listed under: , ,
  78. LM317 Voltage Regulator in Proteus
    Hello friends, hope you all are fine and having fun. In today’s post we are gonna have a look at LM317 Voltage Regulator in Proteus. In the previous post, we have seen how to design a 5V Power Supply in Proteus ISIS, which I have designed…... Listed under:
  79. RGB LED Colour Control
    In this project, we will learn how to control the brightness and colour of an RGB LED via I/O ports with PWM output capability, and a touch display sliders. The 4Duino resistive touch display is used as a means for a graphical interface to control…... Listed under:
  80. Publish Any Event to Wia Using Your MKR1000
    How to setup an MKR1000 and publish an event or location to Wia. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Software apps and online services Wia Hand tools and fabrication machines Wia Platform Story Setup Your Environment Install the Arduino IDE…... Listed under: ,
  81. TIA Weak Artificial Intelligence IoT Assistant
    IoT security/environment monitoring device with NFC & fingerprint authentication devices and a Weak Artificial Intelligence Assistant.   Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 2 Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Solderless Breadboard Half Size × 1 SeeedStudio Grove Base Shield…... Listed under: , ,
  82. Getting Started with Wi-Fi
    In this project, we will learn how to get started with the ESP8266, an inbuilt 4Duino Wi-Fi module and connect to a local access point. The 4Duino display is used to print the status of the connection for debugging purposes. UNDERSTANDING THE SOFTWARE The ESP8266…... Listed under:
  83. IoT System To Monitor Soil Moisture With Arduino
    This IoT system monitors the soil moisture using Arduino and sensors. Data are sent to an IoT cloud platform to access it anywhere. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 SparkFun Soil Moisture Sensor (with Screw Terminals) × 1 Software apps…... Listed under: ,
  84. Time Stamp from Web Server
    INTRODUCTION In this project, we will learn the basics of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and how to communicate to a webserver over TCP. We will request and receive packets from the Google web server using the above communication protocol. The 4Duino display is used to…... Listed under:
  85. DC Motor Control using XBee & Arduino in Proteus
    Hello friends, I hope you all are doing great. In today’s tutorial, we are gonna design a project named DC Motor Control using XBee & Arduino in Proteus ISIS. I have shared the complete code and have also explained it in detail. You can also…... Listed under:
  86. Multiple mode Environmental Sensor Deck with MKR1000
    Many fun environmental sensors need a hardware interrupt. With the MKR1000, you no longer need to choose! You get I2C, analog ins too! Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 MOD-1016 Lightning Sensor × 1 DFRobot MQ-9 Gas Sensor × 1…... Listed under: ,
  87. Start Connect ARTIK Cloud with Arduino/Genuino MKR1000
    Using Arduino/ Genuino MKR1000 to connect ARTIK Cloud control I/O light LED. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Software apps and online services Samsung ARTIK Cloud for IoT Story https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoMKR1000 A simple project let mkr1000 connect to artik cloud, but…... Listed under: ,
  88. Controlling Patient’s Fever with Artik & Arduino
    This project consists of 2 devices. the first one is wearable and monitors temperature, second one will control the temperature. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 2 SparkFun Logic Level Converter - Bi-Directional × 1 Li-Ion Battery 1000mAh × 1 RGB…... Listed under: , ,
  89. HID Attack Over WiFi Using Arduino MKR1000
    Arduino MKR1000 as a HID, for performing HID penetration testing over WiFi networks. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Story Arduino MKR1000 Today I have an Arduino MKR1000 which is a board with built-in wifi chipset specially designed for IOT…... Listed under: ,
  90. Dash Button Santa with Arduino MKR1000
    Send information to Santa Claus about the status of the gift request. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 SparkFun Pushbutton switch 12mm × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 Resistor 10k ohm × 1 NeoPixel strip × 1 Software apps…... Listed under: ,
  91. Add SSL Certificates To MKR1000
    Cannot connect to your favourite https site with your MKR1000? Follow this guide to install SSL certificate in a easy way using the GUI. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Software apps and online services Arduino IDE Arduino Firmware updater…... Listed under:
  92. Water Quality Monitoring Using MKR1000 and ARTIK Cloud
    Water quality data monitoring for swimming pools, fish aquarium and more! Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 DFRobot pH Meter × 1 Resistor 4.75k ohm × 1 Temperature probe × 1 Software apps and online…... Listed under:
  93. Weather Dashboard with MKR1000 and Losant
    This project is about building a simple weather dashboard using MKR1000 and Losant platform. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor (4 pins) × 1 Software apps and online services Arduino IDE Losant Platform Story Introduction…... Listed under: ,
  94. IoT Smart Socket Arduino And Cayenne
    A really smart IoT socket. Switch ON/OFF your device by the smartphone using Cayenne Dashboard and Arduino MKR1000. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 RobotGeek Relay × 1 9V 1A Switching Wall Power Supply × 1 Software apps and online…... Listed under: ,
  95. Using Python and Arduino MKR1000 for Secure IoT
    Getting started with Python and Arduino MKR1000 for secure IoT projects. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Software apps and online services Zerynth Studio Story Arduino MKR1000 meets Python With the last release, Zerynth officially supports Arduino MKR1000, a device specifically designed…... Listed under:
  96. Home Automation with Arduino MKR1000 and Windows 10
    Home Automation through Wi-Fi connectivity (Arduino MKR1000) and Windows 10. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Relay (generic) Input: 3V × 1 General Purpose Transistor NPN × 1 1N4007 – High Voltage, High Current Rated Diode × 1 Resistor 10k…... Listed under:
  97. Intelligent Buggy featuring 4Duino-24
    4Duino Intelligent Buggy project demonstrate how does uCAM-II works. This project also utilized two 4duino communicating using Server-Client architecture over TCP. It also uses a buggy car which carry the 4duino server and uCAM-II. By using built-in ESP8266, 4duino client sends a request to 4duino…... Listed under:
  98. Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets
    This project allows you to transmit DHT environmental data from your MKR1000 to your own customizable Google Sheet for data logging. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor (4 pins) × 1 Jumper wires (generic) ×…... Listed under:
  99. Pet Food Dispenser featuring 4Duino-24
    In this project, we will use a 4Duino and several IR sensors to create a simple pet food dispenser. 4Duino checks whether a food tray contains enough food or not. It is programmed to read IR values from each sensor. These values change depending on the…... Listed under:
  100. MKR1000 to Initial State DHT Visulaizations
    This demonstrates how to use your Arduino MKR1000 to connect to InitialState.com to produce colorful visualizations of your sensor data. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor (4 pins) × 1 Breadboard (generic) × 1 Jumper…... Listed under: ,
  101. Assistance for Visually Impaired featuring 4Duino-24
    Blind Assistance is a project designed to help visually impaired people detecting obstacles in their way. It uses 4Duino, three ultrasonic sensors, one vibration motor and an LED. These components are attached to a walking stick. Blind Assistance alarms the user if there’s an obstacle…... Listed under:
  102. MKR1000 Surprise Room Decoration
    This project is dedicated to my parents, but you can also use it for surprise events for someone special. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 5V 4 Channel Relay Module × 1 Male/Female Jumper Wires × 12 Software apps and…... Listed under: ,
  103. MKR1000 Servo Control Panel
    A servo controller using the built-in WiFi abilities of the Arduino MKR1k. The panel consists of a MKR1k web listener and Javascript/ajax. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 Servos (Tower Pro MG996R) Breadboard (generic) Software apps and online services Arduino IDE Story…... Listed under: , ,
  104. Voting Machine featuring 4Duino-24
    The 4Duino Polling Machine is an inquiry project that involves two or more people and has implemented the ability to send and receive data on both ends. The Polling Machine Project works by sending and receiving Questions and Answers (from the Choices) in the form…... Listed under:
  105. MKR1000 Universal Remonster!
    WiFi connected universal remote with smart phone webapp. Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 Arduino Nano R3 General Purpose Transistor NPN Triggers the PNP transistors of IR LED array Resistor 1k ohm pulls down NPN transistor IR transmitter (generic) IR LEDs. Get…... Listed under: , ,
  106. Stock Monitoring featuring 4Duino-24
    In this project, we will use several IR sensors to check if an item from an inventory box is present or not. This project makes use of a 4Duino-24 to check whether an item is present or missing from the inventory. The 4Duino uses its…... Listed under:
  107. MKR1000 WiFi Robot
    This project consists of a small robot controlled via WiFi using an Arduino MKR1000, MKR2UNO Shield Adapter and Arduino Motor Shield! Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 Arduino MKR2UNO Adapter × 1 Arduino MotorShield Rev3 × 1 Arduino Small DC…... Listed under: ,
  108. Temperature and Humidity monitoring with DHT22 sensor Arduino Uno R3
    The objective of this tutorial is to learn how to use the DHT22 sensor with Arduino uno. The room temperature and humidity will be printed to serial monitor and also will be displayed to the LCD 4×20 in Proteus ISIS. [caption id="attachment_28379" align="aligncenter" width="300"] DHT22…... Listed under:
  109. Smart Phone Controlled Digital Code Lock using Arduino
    There are many types of security systems used all over the world and Digital Code Lock is one of them. We have already covered many digital locks with simple 16x2 LCD using Arduino, Raspberry Pi, 8051 etc. Here we are going to build a Smart Phone…... Listed under:
  110. Create a Private Chat Room using Arduino, nRF24L01 and Processing
    Creating a Local Network to share personnel and confidential data's has become almost impossible for a common man in our modern world. This is mainly because all common chat methods like Whatsapp, Facebook, Hangout and almost everything involves an internet connection. What if, we could…... Listed under:
  111. Smart Phone Controlled FM Radio using Arduino and Processing
    In this project we will use an existing FM radio which went repair a long time ago, to convert it into a Smart Wireless FM Radio controlled using Phone, with the help of Arduino and Processing. We can convert any manually operated electronic device into…... Listed under:
  112. Door Alarm using Arduino and Ultrasonic Sensor
    Security has always been a major concern for all of us and there are many Hi tech and IoT based security and surveillance system are available in the market. Intruder or Burglar Alarm is one of the classic and popular project among the Electronics students…... Listed under:
  113. Real Time Home Automation Using Arduino Uno R3 and DS1307 RTC (Part-1)
    Hello every one , welcome back .  In this new arduino tutorial series I’m gonna show you how to control every thing in your home on time basis . After doing this project you will be able to control your home appiliences like TV ,…... Listed under:
  114. 0-24v 3A Variable Power Supply using LM338
    Batteries are generally used to power up the Electronic Circuit and Projects, as they are easily available and can be connected easily. But they drained off quickly and then we need new batteries, also these batteries cannot provide high current to drive a powerful motor.…... Listed under:
  115. Connecting multiple I2C device on Arduino Uno R3
    Hello every one ! welcome back ! It’s nice to show you my new tutorial after long time .Today we will learn how to connect multiple I2C device (typically for demo temperature sensor ) to the Arduino Uno .I recommend download datasheet of that I2C…... Listed under:
  116. DIY Speedometer using Arduino and Processing Android App
    In this project we make a Cool Speedometer for bikes or any automotives by using Arduino which broadcast the speed using Bluetooth to an Android application that we created using Processing. The complete project is powered by an 18650 Lithium cell and hence highly portable along with your vehicle.…... Listed under:
  117. Virtual Reality using Arduino and Processing
    This is a very interesting project in which we are going to learn how to implement virtual reality using Arduino and Processing. For most of us, the movie Iron man by Jon Favreau has always been an inspiration to build new things that will make…... Listed under:
  118. Simple Arduino Audio Player and Amplifier with LM386
    Adding sounds or music to our project will always make it looks cool and sounds much more attractive. Especially if you are using an Arduino and you have lots of pins free, you can easily add sound effects to your project by just investing in…... Listed under:
  119. How to Send Data to Web Server using Arduino and SIM900A GPRS/GSM Module
    Today we are here with an interesting project in which we will Send Data to the SparkFun server using Arduino and GPRS. This is an IoT based project in which we will use GPRS, present on the GSM Module SIM900A board, to send some data to…... Listed under:
  120. Smart Knock Detecting Door Lock using Arduino
    Security is a major concern in our day to day life, and digital locks have become an important part of these security systems. There are many types of security systems available to secure our place. Some examples are PIR based Security System, RFID based Security…... Listed under:
  121. Fingerprint Based Biometric Voting Machine using Arduino
    We all are quite familiar with Electronic Voting Machines, where your vote gets registered electronically and you don’t need to use ballot paper to vote in election. Today security is a major concern and it also needs to be ensured that someone can’t vote twice,…... Listed under:
  122. Arduino based Angry Bird Game Controller using Flex Sensor and Potentiometer
    It’s all started with a small game from the dark ages called “Mario”, right from the time of being a tiny little guy jumping on ducks to save my princess till being a masculine handsome Prince roaming in Persia (Prince of Persia) fighting against darkness…... Listed under: ,
  123. Arduino Motion Detector using PIR Sensor
    Detecting motions or movements has always been important in most projects. With the help of the PIR Sensor it has become very easy to detect human/animal movements. In this project we will learn how we can interface a PIR Sensor with a microcontroller like Arduino.…... Listed under:
  124. DC-DC Buck Converter Circuit – How to Step Down DC Voltage
    In this project we are going to make a Buck Converter Circuit using Arduino and N-Channel MOSFET with a maximum current capacity of 6 amps. We are going to step down 12v DC to any value between 0 and 10v DC. We can control the…... Listed under:
  125. Arduino Based Digital Ammeter
    Ammeter is used to measure current flow through any load or device. Here in this Arduino Ammeter, we will explain about measuring of current by using ohm’s law. It will be quite interesting as well as a good application of basic science that we studied…... Listed under:
  126. Arduino DC Motor Speed and Direction Control using Relays and MOSFET
    In this project we control direction and speed of a 24v high current motor using Arduino and two relays. No power switches are needed for this circuit, just two push buttons and in Potentiometer to control the direction and speed of DC Motor. One push button…... Listed under:
  127. Automatic AC Temperature Controller using Arduino, DHT11 and IR Blaster
    An AC (Air Conditioner) which was once considered to be a luxury item and was only to be found in big hotels, movie halls, restaurants etc... But, now almost everyone has a AC in our home to beat out the summer/winter and those who have…... Listed under:
  128. Interfacing Hall Effect Sensor with Arduino
    Sensors have always been a vital component in any Project. These are the ones which convert the real real-time environmental data into digital/variable data so that it can be processed by electronics. There are many different types of sensors available in the market and you…... Listed under:
  129. Cell Phone Controlled AC using Arduino and Bluetooth
    In today’s modern world, where ever we go we have lots of electronic devices around us. But, out of all, there is only one device that we personally have in our pockets all the time. Yes, it is our mobile phones. Now Mobile phones have…... Listed under:
  130. AnduinoWiFi Getting Started
    Consider this the "Blinky LED" of the anduinoWiFi shield! Things used in this project Hardware components Andium Anduino WiFi × 1 Arduino Due × 1 Arduino Zero & Genuino Zero × 1 Software apps and online services Arduino IDE Story Motivation Implementing an IoT prototype…... Listed under: ,
  131. Connecting Anduino to IFTTT
    Connect your anduinoWiFi to IFTTT. Control everything around you, or 'let go' and let random events in cyberspace control your surroundings!   Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino Due × 1 Arduino Zero & Genuino Zero × 1 Andium Anduino WiFi × 1…... Listed under: ,
  132. how to measure home ac current 110v / 200v with arduino
    The cool thing about an ACS712 is that current is measured is measured in two directions.  What this means is that if we sample fast enough and long enough,  we sure to find the peak in one direction and the peak in another direction. With…... Listed under:
  133. How To Measure Distance Between Two Ultrasonic Sensors
    Ultrasonic sensor (HC-SR04) is commonly used to find the distance of an object from one particular point. It has been fairly easy to do this with the Arduino and the code is also pretty simple. But in this article we are going to try something…... Listed under: ,
  134. Arduino Based Fire Fighting Robot
    According to National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), it is estimated that more than 1.2 lakh deaths have been caused because of fire accidents in India from 2010-2014. Even though there are a lot of precautions taken for Fire accidents, these natural/man-made disasters do occur now and…... Listed under:
  135. Temperature Controlled AC Home Appliances using Arduino and Thermistor
    Suppose you are sitting in a room and feeling cold and you want your heater to be automatically turned on, and then off after some time when room temperature is increased, then this project help you to control your home appliances automatically according to the…... Listed under: ,
  136. Arduino Relay Control Tutorial
    LED Blinking is a very common and almost first program for every embedded learner or beginner. In which we blink an LED with having some delay. So today we are here with the same project but here we will use an AC bulb instead of…... Listed under: , ,
  137. Measure Sound/Noise Level in dB with Microphone and Arduino
    Noise pollution has really started to gain importance due to high population density. A normal human ear could hear sound levels from 0dB to 140dB in which sound levels from 120dB to 140dB are considered to be noise. Loudness or sound levels are commonly measured…... Listed under: ,
  138. Arduino Metal Detector
    Metal Detector is a security device which is used for detecting metals which can be harmful, at various places like Airports, shopping malls, cinemas etc. Previously we have made a very simple Metal detector without a microcontroller, now we are building the Metal Detector using…... Listed under: ,
  139. Smart Blind Stick using Arduino
    Ever heard of Hugh Herr? He is a famous American rock climber who has shattered the limitations of his disabilities; he is a strong believer that technology could help disabled persons to live a normal life. In one of his TED talk Herr said “Humans…... Listed under: ,
  140. Arduino Calculator using 4×4 Keypad
    Programming is always fun and Arduino is a wonderful platform if you are just getting started with Embedded programming. In this tutorial we will build our own calculator with Arduino. The values can be sent in through a keypad (4×4 keypad) and result can be…... Listed under: , , ,
  141. Measuring PPM from MQ Gas Sensors using Arduino (MQ-137 Ammonia)
    Right from the time of industrial age, we mankind have been rapidly developing. With every progress we also pollute our environment and eventually degrading it. Now global warming is an alarming threat and even the air that we breathe are getting critical. So air quality…... Listed under:
  142. Temperature and Humidity Data Logger using Arduino
    In this project, we are going to make a temperature and relative humidity data logger. Arduino is the brain of this project. DHT22 sensor is used for sensing temperature and relative humidity. Arduino Uno is programmed to read temperature, humidity values from DHT22 sensor and…... Listed under:
  143. Digital Thermometer using Arduino and DS18B20 Sensor
    In this project, we are going to make a Digital Thermometer using Arduino Uno. We will use DS18B20 temperature sensor to sense the temperature and Nokia 5110 LCD to display it. DS18B20 is a 1-Wire digital temperature sensor manufactured by Maxim Integrated and is capable…... Listed under: ,
  144. Laura: Emotional Compass Lamp
    Story Laura Laura is a "counseling" lamp who is helping me to find myself and to understand where I want to go. For her great help, I wanted to give her a present that represents the work we are doing. The inspiration came from the…... Listed under:
  145. Chinese Rings Puzzle With Arduino
    Introduction Hello all, The Chinese Rings Puzzle with Arduino is my version of a centennial Chinese puzzle. It is very simple to play and it is an example of a combinatorial puzzle, and lots of patience and concentration is required to solve it. The objective…... Listed under:
  146. ATtiny85 EMF Detector
    Story This is a simple tutorial to create an EMF detector. You can use Arduino for this job, but is better use a microcontroller called Attiny85. It is possible program it throe the Arduino interface. What is a Magnetic Field [from Wikipedia] An electromagnetic field…... Listed under:
  147. IoT Pet Feeder: Use circuito.io to build a smart food dispenser for your pet
    Story This IoT pet feeder is our first IoT project with circuito.io! We are happy to share it with our community to demonstrate how simple it can be to make basic IoT projects with circuito.io. We are also excited to share this project with you…... Listed under:
  148. Make your own gesture-controlled Wizard’s Walking Staff
    Story This project uses the Arduino 101, a battery and an LED strip to make a gesture-controlled Wizard's Walking Staff. We'll define three different light-display "spells" you can summon by moving the staff in one of three gestures. Tech: The code uses the Inertial Measurement…... Listed under:
  149. MorseCard – A Tiny Telegraph Station
    Story Behold: the MorseCard! Fulfill your dreams of becoming a telegraph operator (or just make something cool to show your friends) with this weekend project. The MorseCard features a high-contrast OLED screen that will decipher whatever you tap out. I have written a variety of…... Listed under:
  150. Starry Night Prom: How did I stand out at prom? In a light up dress of course!
    About So for my Junior prom, I really wanted a dress I had seen online that was blue with a sequin ombre, but it was out of my price range, and way too voluminous. My mom and I had made my Homecoming dress the year…... Listed under:
  151. DIY Voltmeter with Arduino and a Nokia 5110 Display
    Story In this tutorial I am going to show you how to build a Voltmeter with a big Nokia 5110 LCD display using Arduino. Building a voltmeter is a great learning experience. When you finish building this project, you will have a better understanding of…... Listed under:
  152. Plant Monitoring System using AWS IoT
    Story Picture this you are going on a vacation for a week or so and are worried about your house plant at home.Here is a great project to under take a week before you head out for your vacation. Build yourself a plant monitoring and notification system…... Listed under:
  153. LedMatrix Tweet Visualization
    Story Description Display tweets with a certain hashtag on a led-matrix using an Arduino/Genuino Yùn or Yùn-Shield. We will use a Python script to log into twitter and check for updates. Configuring the Yun101/YunShield In order to connect your board to internet you first have…... Listed under:
  154. Purdue ExoMIND Glove
    Description The ExoMind Glove is a wearable device equipped with 7 accelerometers that are used to quantify forearm, wrist, and finger angles. Additionally, an EMG with conductive fabric electrodes is secured into the sleeve of the device to monitor muscle activity. The glove houses an…... Listed under:
  155. Integrating Wiscore Alexa EVK and Arduino via Serial Port
    Story Wiscore: Integrating Arduino with Alexa As part of the series of tutorials for the Wiscore Alexa AVS EVK, we will see how to integrate Arduino boards (Uno, Leonardo, Due etc) directly with Alexa Voice Service. The Wiscore board provides the means to communicate with…... Listed under:
  156. Arduino101 / tinyTILE BLE: Match-Making Sunglasses
    Story Instead of using an app, what if you could send a signal to eye-contact someone you are interested in talking to, in a social setting, even from afar? I'm not proposing a different way to start a date. I'm exploring a new usage of…... Listed under:
  157. Paint Your Dimmer Switch on the Wall
    Motivation What to do you do when you have some Bare Conductive paint and some Philips Hue lightbulbs laying around? You paint a dimmer switch on your wall using conductive paint! Getting Started Some things you'll need to get started: Arduino Due (or Zero) AnduinoWiFi…... Listed under:
  158. Using Nokia 3310 84×48 LCD with Arduino
    Story The Nokia 5110 is a basic graphic LCD screen for lots of applications. It was originally intended to be used as a cell phone screen. This one is mounted on an easy to solder PCB. It uses the PCD8544 controller, which is the same…... Listed under:
  159. Fidget Spinner RPM Counter
    Hi everyone! This is my next project, Fidget Spinner RPM Counter or Arduino Tachometer with Hall-Effect Sensor. 1: Requirements Parts Required: Fidget Spinner neodyimium magnet Arduino Uno LED + resistor 220 Ohm Hall-Effect Sensor - a3144 resistor 10 k Wires Breadboard LCD 1602 2: Hall-Effect…... Listed under:
  160. An Urban Plant Watering Solution
    This device improves plant irrigation in urban environments. Powered by an Arduino 101, it uses on-board tools along with a few external sensors to calculate optimum conditions for watering plants in its own environment, and then waters the plant itself at the calculated time. It…... Listed under:
  161. Cycflix: Exercise Powered Entertainment
    Now that the cheesy title has pulled you (Fitflix was taken and I didn't want to be sued) I'll tell you about the project, it uses a stationary exercise bike connected to an Arduino Nano to control the streaming of Netflix on a PC, I…... Listed under:
  162. Controlling Robot Over Bluetooth Using Xbox Steering Wheel
    So I'm guessing that I'm like a large amount of people on this site that are low key hoarders, keeping anything they could turn into a project or salvage for parts and this is an example of that. I have this old Mad Catz Steering…... Listed under:
  163. Can I Use an Arduino Uno for This?
    So back when I first started working with micro controllers, Arduinos mainly the most annoying this ever was when i would follow someones tutorial for a project and they would use the Arduino uno, I would be using the Arduino micro or something, i would…... Listed under:
  164. Distance Measurement Vehicle via Websocket
    Story When you measure distance between two point general way is to use a ruler. But you can use a lot of other ways: by laser, map, foot or walking meter. The walking meter is very useful when you are measuring curved (not straight) distance.…... Listed under:
  165. Reducing Arduino Power Consumption
    Story When it comes to portable electronics, one of the most important features is how to maximize the battery life. The ATmega328P, used on popular boards like the SparkFun RedBoard, Arduino Uno, and Pro Mini are actually quite power hungry. The RedBoard and Arduino Uno,…... Listed under:
  166. Arduino on Internal Oscillator Crystal as Clock Source
    Story I have been working out ways to make a minimal Arduino to fit in the smallest space possible, and limit the power consumption of the microcontroller. (You can go through this project for more info about reducing power consumption at: Reducing Arduino Power Consumption).…... Listed under:
  167. RPi Serial Console Automation Using Arduino
    Story A Continuation of One Button Restart of a Stalled Raspberry Pi In a recent article, I showed how an Arduino Pro Micro can be utilized to send characters to the serial console of the Raspberry Pi Zero W. The Pro Micro was chosen because…... Listed under:
  168. Darby’s not dead
    Story In the future there is a bar where all the dead punk rockers hang out. They are each given a MiFare classic card programmed with their name and 666 credits. This is the device the bartender uses to keep track of their tab. This…... Listed under:
  169. 2 Players Competition/Quiz Buzzer Box System Using Arduino
    Story A bit of background. My brother came to me with an odd box that a friend of his asked someone to make so that they can determine the fastest contestant to push a button. The box consisted of some LEDs, two buttons, and two…... Listed under:
  170. Congnitive GSM Autonomous Water Meter
    Story Imagine you could administer remotely your water utility service in real time, turning on or off your water services according to your usage patterns or needs, and not just letting the water flow in all the time, you could prevent taps for leaking a…... Listed under:
  171. Back-Saver: Backpack-carrying follower robot powered by Wunderbar
    Hardware components: SparkFun RedBoard × 1 DC Stepper Motor 28-BY-J-48 × 1 MB 1010 LV-Max-Sonar EZ1 × 1 WunderBar × 1 Story A Sparkfun Red-Board utilizes a LV-Max Sonar component to judge distances between the user and the robot, powering the DC stepper motor to…... Listed under:
  172. How to use the TFT display 2.2″ QVGA with Arduino
    Story The main purpose of this project is to build a system based on chip ATMEGA328P, Arduino compatible, and interface it with a 2.2" QVGA TFT display using the library ILI9341. As an alternative to the self-build system you can use an Arduino Pro 3.3…... Listed under:
  173. Easy Serial on the ATtiny
    Introduction The Atmel tinyAVR MCU's are great little chips for projects but can prove difficult to debug. Some ATtiny chips do not have direct support for hardware based serial and therefore the Serial object is unavailable in your code, however, it is easy to add…... Listed under:
  174. CyDuino : An Arduino Dev Board with Lots of Goodies
    Story We (most of us) really like Arduino because it's possible to make cheap clones, lots of libraries, examples, forum support and community out there. Outside Arduino world, I like Cypress PSoC for some of its cool features like Graphical IDE, APIs, great features and…... Listed under:
  175. Trinket Firmware Exorcism
    Story Warning: Digispark uses Attiny85 PIN#1 as I/O - remove RESET button functionality Notes FOR ADVANCED USERS ONLY  The Trinket 5V and the Digispark share the same hardware design, right down to the LED being on PB1. Personally, I prefer the Trinket hardware over the Digispark,…... Listed under:
  176. A Semaphore for your Office Desk
    Story This is a small semaphore you can put on your desk. You can use it to tell whatever you want to the people around it. For example, because you need some concentration and you'd like your colleagues not to disturb you. Or to tell…... Listed under:
  177. Chachka (Trinket clone)
    Chachka is born! Chachka is an Adafruit Trinket CLONE built from the ATtiny85 microcontroller.  Because it is a current Adafruit product, it has a training guide and its own support forum and lots of sample code.  All of this means that like an Uno clone, the…... Listed under:
  178. Waterproof 10 Minute Timer
    Story I went for a shower one day, was getting late for office. Running tight on time, but I didn't want to come out of hot shower in cold morning. Without any clock in my bathroom I was saying to myself "Lets enjoy the shower…... Listed under:
  179. Build the Internet for your friend
    Background A few years ago, a co-worker turned me on to this TV program called "The IT Crowd". The show revolves around a two-person IT team and their "Relationship Manager", Jen, who inadvertently landed the job by including some basic PC skills on her resume.…... Listed under:
  180. Arduino : Lead Acid Battery Capacity Tester (Updated)
    Story Yosh ! At last, finished working on this project. I have been working on this project for a while, then got bored and left the remaining work ( mostly firmware ) for a couple of months, ah ! the longest project I ever did…... Listed under:
  181. ATTiny Joule Thief NeoPixel
    Introduction I've been fascinated with joule thief circuits since I made my first one.  It's amazing what all you can power from a single AA or AAA battery.  The only problem is you can't do much beyond light up an LED because the current isn't…... Listed under:
  182. PicoDuino = Digispak + RGB LED + Button + Relay Driver
    Hardware components: Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 DigiSpark × 1 Software apps and online services: Arduino IDE   STORY StartFragment How to get FREE board Order 1pc Picoduino board Create project max. 30 days from order Write project steps on instructables ... Include link to my…... Listed under:
  183. IR Thermometer, Stopwatch, Cooking Timer, Inactivity Tracker
    Hardware components: Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 Adafruit MLX90614 × 1 Atmel AVR for Arduino 328P/168P/8A × 1 SparkFun 7-Segment Serial Display - Red 3 digit display used × 1 Breadboard (generic) 8x2 cm × 2 16 MHz Crystal × 1 Slide Switch…... Listed under: ,
  184. DIY Programmable (SCPI) Bench Power Supply
    Hardware components: Arduino Due × 1 LTC3864 × 2 Texas Instruments TL783 × 2 Texas Instruments REF5025 × 2 Texas Instruments DAC8552 × 2 ADG465 × 2 Texas Instruments TS5A9411 × 2 Texas Instruments ADS1120 × 2 Texas Instruments Quad Comparator × 2 Texas Instruments…... Listed under:
  185. Zoned Climate Control with MediaTek’s LinkIt™ Smart 7688
    Hardware components: MediaTek Labs The MediaTek LinkIt™ Smart 7688 platform × 1 Everything ESP ESP8266 ESP-01 × 1 Arduino Nano R3 × 1 Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 DHT22 Temperature Sensor × 1 Servo (generic) × 1 Software apps and online services: Arduino IDE STORY Winter…... Listed under:
  186. Infrared Dedicated Decoder
    Hardware components: Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 Attiny85 IR code for Sony protocol Attiny85 IR code for Sony protocol Download /* IR remote control (Sony) detection for Arduino, M. Burnette Binary sketch size: 2,794 bytes (of a 8,192 byte maximum) ☺ 20130103 MRB Modified for interface…... Listed under:
  187. Attiny85/84 with Bluetooth
    Hardware components: Capacitor 10 µF × 1 Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO × 1 LED (generic) × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 HC-05 × 1 Software apps and online services: Arduino IDE MIT App Inventor 2   STORY Here I…... Listed under:
  188. IR Controller for Air Conditioner
    Hardware components: Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 Everything ESP ESP8266 ESP-01 × 1 Arduino Nano R3 × 1   STORY My goal is to make my window AC units more functional.  Currently they use an on-board thermostat to turn on when the room gets above a…... Listed under: ,
  189. Easily run your ATtiny at 16MHz, without an external clock, from the Arduino IDE
    Hardware components: Atmel ATTiny85 × 1 SparkFun Tiny AVR Programmer × 1 Software apps and online services: Arduino IDE   STORY Introduction The Atmel tinyAVR MCU's (ATtiny) are a series of chips optimized for applications requiring performance and/or power efficiency in a small package. These have internal…... Listed under: ,
  190. ATtiny85 for Simple Projects: Arduino Basics
    Bare bones: The ATtiny85 on its Own The ATtiny is a small, inexpensive chip that can replace the Arduino in a project you have prototyped. This helps make the project smaller and more permanent, as well as freeing up the Arduino for more fun! The…... Listed under:
  191. OH HAI! on Windows 10 IoT Core
    Oh, Hai Hai ('hi') is an integration point for several stand alone smart home technologies.  Hai runs on the Raspberry Pi and can be adapted to optimize electricity consumption (lighting/HVAC) and water usage (irrigation/rain collection) in a number of ways. Hai was originally envisioned for…... Listed under:
  192. Persistence Of Vision
    Persistence of vision is an optical illusion, it works on a simple phenomenon how our day to day television works. MY first pov was six months before with arduino uno and with motor. However it is best to have a small and portable device that…... Listed under:
  193. Cellular Data Logger
    I have been collecting data from Raleigh's trails and parks for the last couple years.  My primary platform has been a custom Arduino board I developed for low-cost (hey, these things may get damaged or stolen) and long battery life.  I wanted a connected sensor…... Listed under:
  194. AVR VideoBlaster
    More VideoBlasting So why didn't the TVout library reach any higher resolution than 160x100? The answer is simple. They did not use any hardware onchip to push the pixels out. If you use the SPI to push the pixel you will gain an immediate 1:1…... Listed under:
  195. POV Cylinder with Arduino Due
    Introduction This is my first Arduino project. My work was inspired by several maker projects that created Persistence of Vision Displays [2,3,4]. Persistence of vision (POV) refers to the optical illusion whereby multiple discrete images blend into a single image in the human mind and believed to be…... Listed under:
  196. Programming the ATtiny85 (Using an Arduino Uno)
    Today, we are going to build a circuit to program an ATtiny85 with our Arduino. Supplies We are going to need the following: Some jumper wires 1 x 10 micro farad capacitor The ATtiny85 Chip A breadboard An Arduino For Extra visual's (that are not…... Listed under:
  197. OLED on the Cheap!
    I like cheap electronics for playing. Cheap is good for budget conscious hobbyists and China is delivering lots of toys for playing - one being the inexpensive "mono" OLED displays.  The single-color displays often come in a dual-color implementation where the top row of pixels…... Listed under:
  198. 3D-Printed Prank Vibrating Cup
    Picture the following: you have an nice white cup in front of you. It's filled to the brim with sparkling, cool, and refreshing H20. Your fingers curl around the nicely curved handle, and you bring the cup to your lips. Suddenly, a strong vibration assaults…... Listed under:
  199. 3D-Printed RGB Wallet
    Stand out from the crowd with this unabashedly ostentatious excuse for a wallet. It's got plenty of space, RGB lights, and you can even put your name on it for added vanity. Interested? Keep reading! In the files section of this build you can find…... Listed under:
  200. The Annoy-O-Bug: A Chirping Light-Up Throwie
    Small enough to slip in a mint tin, yet loud enough to be heard across a house at only a few dollars per unit. A nice combination for a pretty good prank! Let's dive in! Step One: The Circuit You can purchase the printed circuit…... Listed under:
  201. nRF24L01+ with ATtiny85 3 Pins
    This would be the continuation of my previous project Programming ATtiny85 with Arduino Uno. Now with cheaper ATtiny85 in place I was looking for cheaper ways to transmit the sensor data. Which brought me to nRF24L01+ a cheap, low power RF transceiver. This seemed to…... Listed under:
  202. A Strange Attraction. Various Hall Effect Sensors
    I came pretty close to calling this one “Magnets, How do they work?” But I thought that might confuse more than it would amuse. All jokes aside, hall effect sensors are pretty cool, and also pretty simple to use, but there are a few types…... Listed under:
  203. Simple Temperature With Thermistor + Arduino
    A Thermistor is a thermal-resistor. It’s just a simple device that changes it’s resistance based on temperature. If the LRD/Photoresistor is day of of arduino class. The thermistor should be day 1.01. (Can I do that?). If you need precise temperature readings, this is not…... Listed under:
  204. Use The EasyDriver Stepper Motor Driver + Arduino
    Stepper (or step) motors are really cool. They are perfect for automation or any time you need a motor to turn to a specific point, at a specific speed, in a specific direction. For this article I wont get into why, or how, but unlike…... Listed under:
  205. Do You Have The Time? DS1307 RT Clock + Arduino
    Most microcontrollers are time-agnostic, meaning they are unaware of the time around them, but that’s ok as most things we make have no need for it. But… every once in awhile you come up with an idea that requires knowing the actual time. Mostly this…... Listed under:
  206. How to Get Started with the ESP32
    ESP32 is the hottest new wireless chip out there, offering both WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy radios rolled up with a dual-core 32-bit processor and packed with peripherals of every kind. We got some review sample dev boards, Adafruit and Seeed Studio had them in…... Listed under:
  207. Are we getting close? Proximity Sensors + Arduino
    In past tutorials, we have covered temperature, color, time, direction, but never distance or proximity. I think I strayed away from this because most of the lower cost proximity sensors are pretty drop-dead-simple to use and thought it might not be that useful. But the…... Listed under:
  208. Arduino: Individually Control Shift Register Pins
    If you want an article on general 74hc595 shift register usage with detailed explanition on how it works/what it’s doing, you want this article here: http://bildr.org/2011/02/74hc595/ The following code and library are compatible with arduino software 1.0+ ONLY. You can download the newest version of…... Listed under:
  209. Polar Heart Rate Monitor Interface + Arduino
    The following code and library are compatible with arduino software 1.0+ ONLY. You can download the newest version of the arduino software here. When you start to talk about biometrics in electronics, heart-rate is usually the first thing to come up. And why not? I…... Listed under:
  210. Quickly: KS0108B Graphic LCD 128×64 + Arduino
    This is an incredibly quick post, and it is actually here simply because this thing was a pain to figure out how to hook it up. But, I wasn’t able to do anything with it more than the Arduino library was able to do out…... Listed under:
  211. L3G4200D Tripple Axis Gyroscope + Arduino
    Before we begin, just note, that while this all works, I believe the output is scaled wrong. The noise floor is very high. But from everything I have found it looks like this is how it is. We have covered, accelerometers, GPSs, compasses… But no…... Listed under:
  212. Sensing Barometric Pressure | BMP085 + Arduino
    Light, location, temperature… What’s next? Well, how about Barometric pressure? You know.. that thing that determines so much of our weather. Well the BMP085 Barometric Pressure sensor, available at SparkFun is a great little sensor capable of sensing such small changes in barometric pressure it…... Listed under:
  213. A Slow Display… E-Paper + Arduino
    Most notable for its inclusion in the Kindel and other E-Readers, E-Paper has recently become very popular. But until very recently been out of reach to being used in personal projects. Luckily for us, SparkFun started selling and E-Paper display, and breakout board finally bringing…... Listed under:
  214. ESP32 Tutorials
    The ESP8266 has become one of those ubiquitous parts that everyone knows. However, the new ESP32 has a lot of great new features, too. If you want to take the ESP32 for a spin, you should check out [Neil Kolban’s] video series about the device. When we…... Listed under:
  215. ESP32 Hands-On: Awesome Promise
    The ESP32 is looking like an amazing chip, not the least for its price point. It combines WiFi and Bluetooth wireless capabilities with two CPU cores and a decent hardware peripheral set. There were modules in the wild for just under seven US dollars before…... Listed under:
  216. ESP32 Arduino: LED PWM fading
    The objective of this post is to explain how to fade a LED with the ESP32, using the LED PWM functionalities. Introduction The objective of this post is to explain how to fade a LED with the ESP32, using the LED PWM functionalities of the…... Listed under:
  217. ESP32 With Arduino IDE
    Christmas 2015 yours truly was one of the lucky few in the world to receive the ESP32 for experimenting. The board was not assembled, and it was quite intimidating to assemble the board with just a fine tip solder. The experiment is documented at this…... Listed under:
  218. Sensing color with the ADJD-S311 + Arduino
    A year ago we had an article called Sensing color with the ADJD-S371. Well the ADJD-S371 is long gone, and its replacement is the ADJD-S311 (breakout board available from sparkfun). It is basically the same all around, so without shame, I will be copying a…... Listed under:
  219. Rotary Encoder + Arduino
    One of the first things anyone does when they start working with the Arduino is to connect it to a potentiometer and control the brightness of and LED or move a servo. Well, a rotary encoder may look like a potentiometer, but other than also…... Listed under:
  220. High Sensitivity Light Sensor TSL230R + Arduino
    A while back we covered the TEMT6000, a great little analog sensor for getting ambient light readings when you need something a bit more sensitive than a simple Photoresistor. Well in the spirit of documenting everything we can get our hands on, this week we…... Listed under:
  221. Sensing Weight With A Flexiforce + Arduino
    Felxiforce is a force sensor that is very similar to FSRs we just wrote about in principal. They change their resistance when you apply force to them. (The flexi part of the name is because they are flexible) Felxiforces are about twice as expensive as…... Listed under:
  222. Touch Sliders With A Softpot + Arduino
    You all know the potentiometer, you turn it, and you can read on your arduino where it was turned to. Well 3M makes a product called the softpot that is a linear touch potentiometer. So instead of turning a knob, you touch it. The really…... Listed under:
  223. Can You ID This? ID-20 RFID Reader + Arduino
    A few weeks ago we showed you how to control your arduino over serial. Well this week are going to do the same thing. Only this time instead of using the serial monitor to send the commands, we will be using the Innovations ID line…... Listed under:
  224. Turn on a light, or 10. Arduino control over serial
    This is something I use all the time, so I figured I would share it with you. Controlling an Arduino over serial can be extremely simple if you let it, and extremely useful if you know how to use it. Many languages such as Processing…... Listed under:
  225. Tilt Sensing with the RPI-1031 + Arduino
    Once in a while something comes out that I think is going to be really awesome, but when you get it, it is just so so. Im sure you all know what I mean… But yeah… This is one of those. The RPI-1031 available from…... Listed under:
  226. High-Power Control: Arduino + N-Channel MOSFET
    Eventually you are going to find yourself holding a 12v solenoid, motor, or light and wondering “How the heck am I supposed to control this from my Arduino?” And we have covered this in the past. Today we are going to talk about another way…... Listed under:
  227. Create laser range finder using arduino
    [highlight bgcolor="ffbb00"]I have collected 2 methods to create laser range finder, one is very simple but for hobbiest the first one using arduino clock but it comes with errors. Its just to conceptulize how we can create range finder. The second one with the The 7558…... Listed under:
  228. Stable Orientation – Digital IMU 6DOF + Arduino
    A while back we wrote an article on sensing orientation with the adxl335 accelerometer. In that article I mentioned all the drawbacks of trying to do this with just an accelerometer, and said that if you needed something stable, what you really needed was an…... Listed under:
  229. Controlling 2 motors with the TB6612FNG + Arduino
    First off: I know… we went overboard with the motor illustration. In previous articles we have discussed how to control motors with simple transistors. And… with PWM you could control the speed. But that is just one motor, and you can only go one direction.…... Listed under:
  230. A Swarm of Xbees! Arduino Xbee Wireless & More
    In the past we have covered a few things that interact through serial, from RFID readers to controlling an Arduino’s pins using the serial terminal. Serial as we have talked about it is actually know as UART, and operates over 2 pins RX and TX…... Listed under:
  231. How’s the weather? TMP102 + Arduino
    The TMP102 is a very simple, yet accurate, ambient temperature sensor which is capable of detecting .0625ºC changes between -25 and +85°C, with an accuracy of 0.5°C. And the real kicker… It does all of this while only consuming 10µA (10 millionths of an amp).…... Listed under:
  232. One Wire Digital Temperature. DS18B20 + Arduino
    I know… you are probably thinking “Another Thermometer! How many do you need to cover?” – Well… All of them. But really, they all have something different to offer. For instance this guy, the DS18B20, has a unique serial-number sent with it’s data, so if…... Listed under:
  233. Pin Control Over the Internet – Arduino + Ethernet
    In a previous article we showed you how to control digital pins over over serial, and showed how such a simple thing can be so powerful. One major downfall with that is you need to be nearby to send commands… So today we are going…... Listed under:
  234. Getting Data From The Web – Arduino + Ethernet
    Yesterday we covered how you would go about controlling pins of your arduino over the internet using the Arduino Ethernet Shield set up as a server. Today we are going to take a look at using the shield as a client to get information off…... Listed under:
  235. Get Touchy – Nintendo DS Touch Screen + Arduino
    It seems like touch screens are plastered on every consumer electronic device from your phone to your refrigerator. And why not right? Well, even though those beautiful multitouch hi-res screens are a little pricy and crazy hard to develop with, doesn’t mean we cant still…... Listed under:
  236. Sensing Humidity With The SHT15 + Arduino
    The SHT15 is a digital humidity sensor that outputs a fully calibrated humidity reading. And… because what we are measuring is actually relative humidity, and relative humidity being relative to temperature, the SHT15 has a builtin digital thermometer. This makes things much easier to work…... Listed under:
  237. Proximity Sensing with the VCNL4000 + Arduino
    I’m not really sure why, but proximity sensors are some of my favorite things in the sensor world. Maybe because there are so many of them? Who knows. Whatever the reason, the VCNL4000 is another proximity sensor that caught my eye, so I picked one…... Listed under:
  238. Force Sensitive Resistor + Arduino
    The Force Sensitive Resistor, or FSR is one of those parts that fills bins in interaction design labs across the world. It’s a simple guy, a finicky guy, but it has its place in the maker toolbox. A FSR is just what it sounds like…... Listed under:
  239. Sensing Capacitive Touch – MPR121 + Arduino
    Every now and then you get sick of the typical push buttons and you want something cooler. And what is cooler than touch sensitive things? Remember that old lamp in your Grandma’s that changed brightness just by touching the base? Yeah, that’s right… We are…... Listed under:
  240. Controlling a ton of servos – TLC5940 + Arduino
    This is something we have been asked a lot about. How do I control a ton of Servo motors with my arduino? Well… using the TLC5940 is one way. And this nice break outboard from sparkfun makes connecting a ton of servos easy. The output…... Listed under:
  241. Sensing Orientation With The ADXL335 + Arduino
    I know, I know, this one has such a simple name. Where’s the pun? Honestly, the description was just to long to include one. Maybe it could have been “What’s Up? Sensing Orientation With The ADXL335 + Arduino” – Ehhh… Probably not. A few weeks…... Listed under:
  242. Triple Axis Magnetometer HMC5883L + Arduino
    One of the first articles we did was on the hmc6352 digital compass. Well this is his older brother (or younger but smarter). I really don’t know what to say about the HMC5883L other than it is a three axis magnetometer, so it is capable…... Listed under:
  243. Displaying on Paper – Thermal Printer + Arduino
    The following code and library are compatible with arduino software 1.0+ ONLY. You can download the newest version of the arduino software here. Outputting data can be extremely useful, and typically when we look at doing this, it is either to the Arduino’s serial terminal,…... Listed under:
  244. Long Distance Remote Light Sensor With RFM95W/RFM98W LoRa
    There are many wireless communication options when connecting Arduino boards. One of the most popular ones is the Wi-Fi. It works well at small distances, and around Wi-Fi hotspots, however when the modules need to connect over long distance at areas where Internet is not…... Listed under:
  245. Arduino Nano: Flame Sensor With Visuino
    Recently somebody asked for tutorial on Infrared Flame Sensor. It took a while due to severe work overload, but finally I succeeded to make it. The Infrared flame sensors use infrared light to detect flame. While experimenting with my one I discovered that in direct…... Listed under:
  246. Capturing IMU Data with a BNO055 Absolute Orientation Sensor
    The Bosch BNO055 combines tri-axis accelerometers, gyroscopes, and magnetometers to provide orientation to users. About the Sensor The BNO055 uses three triple-axis sensors to simultaneously measure tangential acceleration (via an accelerometer), rotational acceleration (via a gyroscope), and the strength of the local magnetic field (via…... Listed under:
  247. Ultrasonic range finder using arduino
    Ultrasonic range finder using 8051 mictrocontroller has been already published by me in this website. This time it is an ultrasonic range finder using arduino. HC-SR04 ultrasonic range finder module is used as the sensor here. The display consists of a three digit multiplexed seven…... Listed under:
  248. Digital thermometer using arduino and LM35
    This article is about a simple three digit digital thermometer using arduino. Range of this thermometer is from 0°C to 99.9°C. There is also a provision for displaying the temperature in °F scale. Three terminal analog temperature sensor LM35 is used as the sensor here.…... Listed under:
  249. PWM motor speed control using Arduino
    PWM or pulse width modulation is a very common method used for controlling the power across devices like motor, light etc. In PWM method the power across the load  is controlled by varying the duty cycle of the drive signal. More the duty cycle more…... Listed under:
  250. Interfacing LCD to Arduino – Display Text and Characters on LCD Screen using Arduino
    A Liquid Crystal Display commonly abbreviated as LCD is basically a display unit built using Liquid Crystal technology. When we build real life/real world electronics based projects, we need a medium/device to display output values and messages. The most basic form of electronic display available…... Listed under:
  251. LPG sensor using arduino
    LPG sensor using arduino with alarm and cutoff. A simple LPG sensor using arduino is shown in this article. This circuit indicates the amount of LPG in the air. The circuit  sounds an alarm and trips a relay  when the concentration is above a predetermined…... Listed under:
  252. Interfacing RFID with Arduino – How to Read RFID Cards using Arduino
    In this tutorial, we are dealing with yet another interfacing technique. This time we are interfacing an RFID Reader which can read RFID Tags to Arduino. RFID is Radio Frequency Identification. An RFID reader is used to read RFID tags (which contain certain unique data…... Listed under:
  253. Burglar Alarm using Arduino and PIR Sensor
    In this tutorial, we are building an interesting application using Arduino and PIR Sensor. A Burglar Alarm – is basically an intruder alarm or an anti theft alarm. So this project is all about building an anti theft alarm or an intruder alarm using Arduino…... Listed under:
  254. Arduino and Soil Moisture Sensor
    In this article, we are going to interface a Soil moisture sensor FC-28 with Arduino. This sensor measures the volumetric content of water inside the soil and gives us the moisture level as output. The sensor is equipped with both analog and digital output, so…... Listed under:
  255. Interface Arduino and Color Sensor – RGB Sensor TCS230
    In this article, we are going to read the colors using the TCS230 color sensor (RGB Sensor) and Arduino Uno. The TCS 230 color sensor senses the color light by using the photodiodes. The sensor converts the readings from the photodiode into a square wave by…... Listed under:
  256. Pulse Sensor and Arduino – Interfacing
    In this article, we are going to interface a Pulse Sensor with Arduino. The pulse sensor we are going to use is a plug and play heart rate sensor. This sensor is quite easy to use and operate. Place your finger on top of the sensor…... Listed under:
  257. Interfacing Accelerometer to Arduino
    In this article, we are going to interface the GY-521 accelerometer with Arduino. The GY-521 has an InvenSense MPU6050 chip which contains a 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyro meter. This makes it a 6 DOF IMU (6 degrees of freedom inertial measurement unit). The chip…... Listed under:
  258. Home Automation using Arduino and GSM Module
    In this  article, we are publishing a highly useful home application – GSM based home automation using Arduino. The project consists of a 16×2 LCD module for displaying the status of the home appliances. The status (turn ON or turn OFF) of the connected devices can…... Listed under:
  259. Robot using Arduino and Bluetooth Module (Obstacle Avoidance Robot)
    This project is designed to build a robot that automatically detects the obstacle on its path and guides itself whenever an obstacle comes ahead of it. This robotic vehicle is built, using Arduino UNO board. An ultrasonic sensor is used to detect any obstacle ahead…... Listed under:
  260. Arduino Irrigation and Plant Watering using Soil Moisture Sensor
    This project is about a moisture-sensing automatic plant watering system using Arduino UNO. The system reads the moisture content of the soil using soil moisture sensor and switches ON the motor when the moisture is below the set limit. When the moisture level rises above…... Listed under:
  261. IOT based Home automation and Security system
    IOT has become huge trend in the last couple of years. With growing needs in connected devices many companies have shifted the attention to iot market. Today we are going to share a simple project which we have built –  IOT based  home automation and…... Listed under:
  262. Arduino based voting system
    Voting systems are one of the finest examples of Embedded devices and applications. The complexity and robustness of a voting system depends on the number of voters involved. Here you could see a simple Arduino based voting system that would be a great fit for…... Listed under:
  263. Arduino Weather machine
    Arduino is a great hardware platform when comes to prototyping and building cool stuffs. Using this i have designed and developed a simple Arduino Weather machine which measures three important parameters Temperature, Light intensity and Humidity and predict the weather condition according to the measured…... Listed under:
  264. Bluetooth enabled Door locker using Arduino
    DIY Arduino based lockers can be found plenty in the internet where keypad was used to feed lock input. But this Bluetooth enabled Door locker uses Bluetooth as a medium to connect with the locker and your smart phone to feed input credentials. This locker…... Listed under:
  265. Remote controlled light effects using Arduino
    Christmas is just around the corner and its time to start planning things to lighten up this festive season. Today you are about to see building of Remote controlled lights with adjustable lighting effects using Arduino. The coolest thing about this project is controlling the…... Listed under:
  266. Visitor counter project using Arduino
    People  or Visitor counters are pretty famous embedded application that was widely used in places like theaters, malls, Transport stations and so. High end counters uses sophisticated hardware to do the process of counting. Today we are about to see building of simple Visitor counter…... Listed under:
  267. Reflex test for your brain using Arduino
    Arduino based games and consoles are quite popular around the web. And this article is going to bring out the Design, working and code part of a simple Reflex test / trainer using Arduino Uno. Reflex tests are usually carried out to determine how quick…... Listed under:
  268. Stunning RGB light effects using Arduino Nano
    None of us could deny the fact that we would love with to play with LED’s and lighting stuffs. I love to play with LED’s and create attractive lighting effects. This project was a result of such attempt where i created a stunning RGB light…... Listed under:
  269. Fun DIY project – piano using Arduino
    Here is yet another application you can put your Arduino to use. This will be an interesting DIY to make even though you are not very much into music. Though you cannot expect music out of this but still it will be a fun project…... Listed under:
  270. Keyless piano using Arduino uno
    Keyless piano using Arduino is sort of sequel to the DIY fun piano i have published in this website. In this project i have eliminated the need of buttons involved to play the piano. Here i have used IR in place of buttons. Let’s get…... Listed under:
  271. Project X – Smart home control using Arduino
    Project X – Smart home control using Arduino is all about automating your home smartly. Imagine your home responding to external condition by altering itself and that’s exactly what this project enables your home to do. Also this product features manual control just in case…... Listed under:
  272. Electronic Spinet – Musical instrument using Arduino
    Spinet it is a vintage musical instrument which has similar looks of a keyboard. It always get better when Technology touches the vintage stuffs. So we decided to build a simple Electronic Spinet using Arduino without using any keys. This project use of ultrasonic sensor…... Listed under:
  273. Garduino – Automatic plant watering system
    During summers, most people are too lazy to water the potted plants every day and plants will eventually wither if people go out on vacation. Here is a simple Automatic plant watering system that can water plants in your absence. It is an Arduino based…... Listed under:
  274. Wireless notice board using Arduino and GSM
    Everyone would have known the use of notice board around our daily life. Even it plays a vital role in public places like bus stops, railway station and hospitals. But with a great shift in technology we could revolutionize this kind of notice board by…... Listed under:
  275. Three level Ultra security system using Arduino
    Today we are in a world where robbery has increased to a great extent. Hence there is a need to protect everything using a security system. Here is a small project on security system called ULTRA SECURITY SYSTEM which will be very useful. This system…... Listed under:
  276. Smart Vehicle using Arduino Uno
    Everything around us is getting smart shoes, watches glasses. Even you might have come across news regarding smart vehicles in newspaper. Likewise we attempted to create a prototype of smart vehicle using Arduino. Let’s get into the building part of our smart vehicle.   INPUT PERIFERALS:…... Listed under:
  277. Automatic Plant watering and Happiness monitoring system
    The main motto of this project is to provide automatic water supply to plant when it feels thirsty. We intend to automate the watering of plants and deploy Arduino to do the job for us. This will take care of the water requirements of a…... Listed under:
  278. Voice controlled home automation using Arduino
    Ever thought of controlling your home using voice. If you are the one who fascinated it as I do, this project might help you do it for real. Voice powered products are already taking over the market and this voice controlled home project will enable…... Listed under:
  279. IQ Alarm clock using Arduino for heavy sleepers
    Raising from bed can be the most painful thing you could ever do. We often set alarms to wake up but ends up in snoozing it out or even kick the alarms away. To address this we have come up with an Arduino project ”…... Listed under:
  280. Gesture controlled car using Arduino
      Who doesn’t love playing with RC cars and Robots. Not only playing, engineers and enthusiasts like us love to build and experiment with these stuffs. Also its fair to say that RC’s and Robots have became more than just toys, they already have started…... Listed under:
  281. How to use position wheels with your Arduino
    Hello everyone, em here today with an interesting tutorial on using position wheels using your favorite Arduino. The whole idea behind this article is to explain the logic behind position wheels, the way it works and how to implement it in your project. If you prefer…... Listed under:
  282. The Zambroombi: Roomba’s Next Ultrasonic Competitor
    The Zambroombi is the next step up from your neighbor's fancy Roomba. Set it and forget it! "It changed my life. I don't know where I'd be today without it. I used to just have to clean everything once, but thanks to The Zambroombi, I…... Listed under:
  283. How to Make Arduino Based Collision Detection Warning System
    This is arduino based collision detection warning system. This kind of system is fastest growing safety feature in automotive industries. Such system enables vehicles to identify the chances of collision and give visual and audio warning to driver. So that driver can take necessary action…... Listed under:
  284. Interfacing Arduino with DS1307 real time clock
    This topic shows how to interface Arduino with DS1307 real time clock to make a clock and calender. To understand the project and code easily you have to read the datasheet of the DS1307. DS1307 Pin assignment: The picture is taken from ds1307 datasheet and…... Listed under:
  285. Arduino Real Time Clock Using DS1307
    This topic shows how to interface Arduino with DS1307 real time clock to make a clock and calender. To understand the project and code easily you have to read the datasheet of the DS1307. DS1307 Pin assignment: The picture is taken from ds1307 datasheet and…... Listed under:
  286. Arduino 4-Digit 7-Segment LED Display
    7 Segment LED displays are used in many applications as front panel number indicators. The most common applications are calculators, microwave ovens, electronic lab equipment like function generators and frequency counters. A 7 segment LED display consists of 7 LEDs arranged in such a way…... Listed under:
  287. Robot “Cheaper”
    The aim is to build cheapest possible Arduino-robot Step 1: Components Arduino UNO R3 x1 USB cable x1 Mini solderless breadboard x1 IR sensor x1 Continuous rotation servo x2 Battery holder x1 AA battery x4 Bunch of color wires Step 2: Getting Started With Arduino…... Listed under:
  288. Make Your Own GPS Transmitter with the HC-12 Transceiver
    The first article in this two-part series, Understanding and Implementing the HC-12 Wireless Transceiver Module, uses the HC-12 to create long-distance data transmission between two Arduino Unos. This article uses a pair of HC-12 transceivers, a GPS module, an Arduino, and Google Maps to create…... Listed under:
  289. Flash Freeze Photography with an Arduino
    Freeze moments in time to easily produce extraordinary close-up pictures with your digital camera, an Arduino, and these simple circuits. I have always been impressed by high-speed photography. The photographic capture of what normally goes unseen, or at least unnoticed, is intriguing and oftentimes beautiful.…... Listed under:
  290. Create a Motion-Sensing Alarm with an Arduino and IR Sensors
    Infrared (IR) sensors are normally used to measure distances, but they can also be used to detect objects. By connecting a couple of IR sensors to an Arduino, you can make an intruder alarm. Overview Infrared (IR) sensors are normally used to estimate the distance of an…... Listed under:
  291. Controlling a Stepper Motor with an SIRC TV Remote and a PICAXE: Infrared Capabilities
    This is part one of a two-part project. For part one, we will focus on IR remotes and signaling, as well as IR reception and decoding. Using IR (InfraRed) radiation to control electronic devices is widely accepted and implemented. IR devices are routinely used in…... Listed under:
  292. Quark D2000 I2C Interfacing Add a Color Sensor and Asynchronous Mode
    We finish up our project using I2C on the Quark D2000 development board with the addition of a color sensor and an object color identifier program. Finally, we revisit interfacing the BH1750FVI ambient light sensor using asynchronous mode I2C. Before continuing in this article, consider…... Listed under:
  293. Quark D2000 I2C Interfacing: Add a Light Sensor and an LCD
    Get acquainted with using I2C with the Quark D2000 development board by interfacing an ambient light sensor and an LCD. Previously, we presented a general overview of the Quark D2000 development board. Subsequently, we explored the use of the board’s GPIO and PWM. In this…... Listed under:
  294. The Santa Cam! An Arduino PIR Motion-Activated Camera System
    The Santa Cam is sure to catch who is stealing your milk and cookies this holiday season! You can even use it for a photo booth this New Year's Eve! BOM: Arduino Uno DSLR camera with remote shutter jack 2.5mm TRS cable Rectifier diode Milk…... Listed under:
  295. Building a simple digital light meter using Arduino and BH1750FVI sensor
    A light meter is a device that measures the intensity of light. It finds applications in schools, hospitals, production areas, passageways and more to measure and maintain proper lighting levels. It is often used by photographers to determine the proper exposure for a photograph. Today…... Listed under:
  296. MCP9802 temperature sensor and Arduino
    MCP9802 is a digital temperature sensor from Microchip that measures temperatures between -55°C and +125°C to a digital word. It provides an accuracy of ±1°C (maximum) from -10°C to +85°C. The MCP9802 sensor comes with user-programmable registers that provide flexibility for temperature sensing applications. The…... Listed under:
  297. Step-by-step guide for making a very simple temperature and humidity meter with 7-segment LED displays
    In this blog post, I am providing you step by step instructions to build a very simple temperature and relative humidity meter for indoor use. All you need to build this project are an Arduino Uno or compatible board, a DHT11 sensor, and a MAX7219…... Listed under:
  298. High-voltage seven segment LED display driver with SPI interface
    Seven segment LED displays are known to be resource and power hungry. But because they are visually so charming and readable from a far viewing distance and at a much wider viewing angle as compared to any other electronic displays, they are still hugely popular.…... Listed under:
  299. PC-based heart rate monitor using Arduino and Easy Pulse sensor
    The heart rate, also referred to as pulse rate, has been recognized as a vital sign since the beginning of medicine, and it is directly related to a person’s cadiovascular health. Today, we are going to make a PC-based heart rate monitor system using an…... Listed under:
  300. Arduino measures heart beat rate from fingertip
    The PIC16F628A based heart rate meter is one of the most popular projects published on Embedded Lab. In this article, I am going to show how to replicate the same project using a simpler platform like Arduino. The Arduino heart rate meter will use Arduino…... Listed under:
  301. Using BMP180 for temperature, pressure and altitude measurements
    The BMP180 is a new generation digital barometric pressure and temperature sensor from Bosch Sensortec. In this tutorial, we will briefly review this device and describe how to interface it with an Arduino Uno board for measuring the surrounding temperature and pressure. We will also discuss about…... Listed under:
  302. Arduino Crowtail and Easy Pulse Plugin
    Arduino Crowtail is a modular and ready-to-use building block set from Elecrow for rapid prototyping with Arduino. It consists of a base Arduino Uno shield to which various sensor and I/O modules can be conveniently interfaced through standardized connectors. In this example, I am going to illustrate…... Listed under:
  303. Controlling relay switches with an infrared remote
    The infrared (IR) communication technology, which existed long before WiFi and Bluetooth, is still a key component in implementing major components of a typical home automation system. For example, IR technology is still used in cordless headphones, for intrusion detection in home security systems, and in handheld…... Listed under:
  304. Serial seven segment LED display shield
    Seven segment LED displays are brighter, more attractive, and provide a far viewing distance as well as a wider viewing angle compared to LCD displays. This project describes a serial seven segment LED display shield for Arduino Uno or compatible boards. The shield consists of…... Listed under:
  305. Wireless Serial using nRF24L01
    This project is very useful in many application where wireless reliable serial communication is required. It give bidirectional communication, You need to have same code in both arduino, no need of separate configuration for receiver or transmitter. It is more advantageous and cost saving than using Xbee,…... Listed under:
  306. GSM Based Home Security System With SMS Alert
    This project has GSM technology and anti-theft system using PIR motion detection. Whenever Motion is detected it sends the SMS on predefined mobile number. We have connected PIR Motion sensor with this project. GSM based home security system with SMS alert, it uses PIR Motion Sensor,…... Listed under:
  307. pH sensor arduino
    In this project, step by step tutorial we are discussing about how to interface pH sensor with Arduino. In chemistry, pH is the negative log of the activity of the hydrogen ion in an aqueous solution. Solutions with a pH less than 7 are said…... Listed under:
  308. Low cost continuous pricision liquid level measurement using arduino
    The purpose of this turorial is to demonstrate an innovative approach for low cost continuous liquid level monitoring based on MPX5010DP differential pressure sensor. Most of the traditional measuring systems were designed and implemented by complicated hardware circuitry. It made the product expensive, with low functionality…... Listed under:
  309. LCD interfacing with arduino
    In this tutorial we’ll be looking at how to connect interface parallel LCD to an Arduino. We are using 16 char x 2 Line LCD known as 16x2 LCD, you can usually identify this display by the 16-pin interface. You only need to solder 10 of…... Listed under:
  310. How to Make Your Own Arduino Clone Board
    Want to save money by making your own Arduino clone boards? Or want to make a custom board specifically for your needs, then this project is for you! Make Arduino board from cheap electronic components available at your local store. Just follow these simple step…... Listed under:
  311. Create an Android Controlled Robot Using the Arduino Platform
    Ever wanted to make an Android controlled robot or car? Control your RC car with a smartphone? Or wanted a tutorial about connected devices and getting started with it? Now you can do that with this simple DIY hack that even provides you with a…... Listed under:
  312. DIY Android Home Automation With Free Smartphone Application
    Ever wanted to make your home automated? Wanted to control the lights, fan, and other appliances from your smartphone? Or wanted a tutorial about connected devices and getting started with them? Our DIY Android Home Automation project will show you how to make your home…... Listed under:
  313. A Simple Guide to Using a Hall Effect Sensor With Arduino
    Have you ever wanted to make a project that involved contact-less sensing? For example: to detect a door closing, to count the number of revolutions of a wheel, or make a speedometer? Then this Arduino Hall Effect sensor tutorial is for you! This project uses…... Listed under:
  314. IMU Interfacing Tutorial Get started with Arduino and the MPU 6050 Sensor
    In this post, I will be reviewing a few basic IMU (Inertia Measurement Unit) sensors that are compatible Arduino. I will also give a short tutorial for interfacing an Arduino with the best IMU sensor available. IMU sensors like the MPU 6050 are used in…... Listed under:
  315. An Easy Way to Build an Arduino Powered Motion Sensor Alarm
    Have you ever wanted to build a project that had could detect the presence of a person in a room? If so, then you can do this very easily using the PIR (Passive Infra Red) Motion sensor. This Arduino motion sensor can detect the presence of a…... Listed under:
  316. DIY Music Keyboard: How to Make Sounds With Arduino
    Making cool things with an Arduino is something, but making musical instruments out of an Arduino is something else! So behold, here comes the Musical-duino, an Arduino keyboard. To see what this does, check out the demo video at the bottom of this page. They say…... Listed under:
  317. How to Make an Arduino Powered Lamp Dimmer
    Ever wondered how to bring an Arduino board into your daily life? We often adjust the display brightness of our mobile phones to suit to our need. With this project, you can do that for your bedside lamps or any other lighting at home. We…... Listed under:
  318. How to Make Your First Robot Using Arduino
    One of the simplest projects you can make for your first time using an Arduino is an obstacle avoiding robot. If you are a beginner to Arduino and want to learn more about it, this Arduino robot tutorial will teach you the basics while you…... Listed under:
  319. How to Shrink Your Arduino Projects: Making a Permanent Circuit Board
    When you make a project using Arduino, it usually contains a lot of jumper connections on the breadboard and the project will not be a permanent one. If you want to make any other project using that Arduino, you will have to remove all the connections made on it and to…... Listed under:
  320. How to Make a POV Display Using LEDs and Arduino
    Here is a simple project using an Arduino and some LEDs. What we are going to learn here today is how to make a POV display or Persistence-Of-Vision display. It is made out of just 6$ worth of components. This tutorial gives will teach you…... Listed under:
  321. How to Build an Arduino Speaker That Plays Music in Minutes
    The main thing which makes this project super simple is that this project requires only one extra component. If you are new to Arduino, this tutorial will help you get familiar with Arduino and learn the basics of Arduino programming. This musical project has a…... Listed under:
  322. How to Make a 8bit Dot Matrix Display Using Arduino
    A simple project to display cool 8bit art and animation on your backpack! This is a quick and easy project you could finish off in minutes and show off to your friends. What it does is, when you move your backpack, a dot matrix display turns…... Listed under:
  323. Interfacing: How to Make an Arduino Uno UltraSonic Range Finder!
    A range finder is a device used to find the distance from a point to the nearest obstacle. This device uses ultrasonic technology to measure the distance. You can consider it like an electronic, hassle-free version of a measuring tape with a measuring range of…... Listed under:
  324. How to Make an Audio Player with Speaker Using the Arduino Uno!
    This Arduino project is a simple and fun project you can build in 10-15 minutes. The result of this make will be an Arduino audio player that plays “.wav” files. It consists of a speaker, a simple transistor acting as an amplifier, and a micro-SD card…... Listed under:
  325. Bluetooth Basics: How to Control an LED Using a SmartPhone and Arduino
    Ever thought of controlling any of your electronic devices with your smart phone? How about a robot or any other device? Wouldn’t it be cool to control them with your smartphone? Here is a simple tutorial for interfacing an Android Smartphone with Arduino via Bluetooth! Required…... Listed under:
  326. ESP8266 Tutorial: Programming the Onboard GPIO Pins
    The ESP8266 is a great tool for enabling your project to access the internet. You can plug it into an Arduino easily as shown and allow your project to communicate through the internet. Or even more exciting, to control it from anywhere in the world!…... Listed under:
  327. Audio Amplifier Circuit on PCB Using LM386
    In this project, we tend to area unit getting to create a Headphone/Audio electronic equipment by exploitation self-designed PCB. This project is especially designed for amplifying the audio signal from the headphones however we will additionally use it for amplifying the subwoofer or speaker output,…... Listed under:
  328. How to Make a Water Level Indicator with Arduino 6 11
    Knowing the amount of water in an overhead tank can be one tedious task. Usually, you’ll end up climbing up the stairs to the tank and checking the level manually or you’ll you hear the water overflowing from the top. But these days electronic water level indicators…... Listed under:
  329. How to make a Smart Cane for the Visually Impaired with Arduino
    I wanted to make something for them to help the visually impaired become independent, so I created an open source Arduino project for a Smart Cane. This Arduino smart cane can assist with walking alone in new environments by taking inputs through an obstacle sensor…... Listed under:
  330. How to Make a Programmable Guitar Pedal With Arduino!
    This DIY Guitar Pedal project is for guitarists, hackers, and programmers that want to learn about digital signal processing, effects, synthesizers, and experiment without deep knowledge of DSP, electronics, or hardcore programming. pedalSHIELD UNO is a lo-fi, programmable guitar pedal that works with the Arduino…... Listed under:
  331. ESP8266 Tutorial: How to Control Anything From the Internet!
    In this ESP8266 tutorial, we are using an ESP-01 module to control an LED over the internet. The ESP8266 is a very cheap yet really effective platform for communicating over the internet. It is also easy to use with an Arduino. After going through this ESP8266 tutorial,…... Listed under:
  332. DIY Arduino Tutorial: How to Automate a Lamp for Ceremonial Inaugurations
    “Knowledge removes ignorance, just as light removes darkness”, as it is wisely said. In India, the ancient tradition of lighting oil lamps has a special significance. Almost all auspicious ceremonies are commenced by lighting a lamp. Hence came the idea to merge our traditional culture…... Listed under:
  333. DIY Arduino Tutorial: How to Automate Your Curtains
    This Arduino Curtain Automation project will let you automate your curtain blinds using just an Arduino and a stepper motor. I just moved to America pursuing my higher studies. Because my dorm is very dark, I wanted to brighten up my room when I wanted…... Listed under:
  334. Arduino Servo Catapult: DIY Catapult using Arduino
    Use an Arduino and a servo to shoot food to your cat! (Also works with other animals). Check out the video below to see how this Arduino Servo Catapult works. While maybe not the most practical application, this project will teach you the basics of servo motors…... Listed under:
  335. DIY Soil Testing with Arduino and FC-28 Moisture Sensor
    In this article, we are going to interface an FC-28 Soil moisture sensor with an Arduino. This sensor measures the volumetric content of water in soil and gives us the moisture level. The sensor gives us both analog and digital output, so it can be used…... Listed under:
  336. Arduino Wheelchair Project: Motorized Controller Mount
    This was an Arduino wheelchair project we developed for Principles and Practices of Assistive Technology (PPAT) in Fall 2016 at MIT. We made an Arduino-based motorized wheelchair controller mount for our client, Lisa. She lives at the Boston Home, a center for people with progressive…... Listed under:
  337. LazyMax 1000: Arduino Phototransistor and Haptics Project
    The idea for this Arduino phototransistor project came to me based on an idea that was shared by one of my friends at the FabLab. He talked about how his lab only has stools for people to sit on. Being very uncomfortable, the person succumbs…... Listed under:
  338. Arduino and Processing IDE Communication Tutorial
    In this tutorial, we will make the communication between the Arduino and Processing. We will make the communication in both the ways, from the Arduino to Processing and from Processing to the Arduino. We will change the color of the serial window in the Processing…... Listed under:
  339. How to Make an Arduino Temperature Data Logger
    In this project, we are going to make an Arduino Temperature logger that will get the temperature value from the LM35 temperature sensor and the time from the DS3231 Real Time Clock module. Then we will store these values in the SD card file using…... Listed under:
  340. Revive Old Drive-In Speakers with a Modern LED Twist
    When I was a kid we went to the drive-in theater to see movies like The Legend of Boggy Creek and Evel Knievel. I loved those movies but I remember just as vividly those retro-cool metal speakers that entered into our car for these campy…... Listed under:
  341. Build a Simple Cocktail Drinkbot with Arduino
    Big parties need a conversation piece, and what’s better than a drink-making robot? Not only is it a good conversation starter, it also frees up the party host who would normally be the bartender. It turned out that the drink robot was a really good idea. The…... Listed under:
  342. A Simple Arduino LCD Min/Max Thermometer
    As a simple first Arduino experiment I interfaced a two line LCD (a Displaytech 162B) and an LM35DZ to make a simple Min/Max thermometer. Step 1 - Interfacing the Temperature Sensor This is really very simple. The LM35DZ has three pins, +5V, ground and a…... Listed under:
  343. Digital Door Lock using Arduino
    As thefts are increasing day by day security is becoming a major concern nowadays. In this project we will make a digital door lock system with keypad using Arduino Uno. It will open your door only when the right password is entered and it will start…... Listed under:
  344. Home Automation using Arduino and ESP8266 Module
    In this project we are going to make a home automation system using ESP8266 WiFi module and Arduino Uno. Using this we will be able to control lights, electric fan and other home appliances through a web browser using your PC or mobile. These AC…... Listed under:
  345. IoT Data Logger using Arduino and ESP8266
    Today we are going to make an IoT WiFi data logger using Arduino, ESP8266 WiFi module and DHT22 temperature humidity sensor. Arduino is reading temperature and humidity sensed by DHT22 and sending it to an internet server using the ESP8266 WiFi module. Here we are using ThingSpeak as…... Listed under:
  346. Arduino Weather Station Web Server
    In this tutorial we are going to make a weather station that will tell us temperature, humidity and heat index of a particular location. It will show these values in a web browser. You can monitor these data by entering the IP address in a mobile, computer or…... Listed under:
  347. Temperature Controlled Fan using Arduino
    Here we are going to make a temperature controlled DC fan. DHT22 sensor is used to sense the room temperature and then we adjust speed of a DC fan/motor accordingly using PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). Arduino Uno is the heart of this project and a L293D…... Listed under:
  348. Simple Android Bluetooth Application with Arduino Example
    This article will detail how to make a simple bluetooth application using Android Studio and demo it using an Arduino to toggle an LED and send data back-and-forth. No prior knowledge of Android development is needed, however it will help to know some basics of…... Listed under:
  349. Arduino DC-DC Boost Converter Design Circuit with Control Loop
    This post will cover how to use an Arduino Uno to easily control a 10W+ boost converter. A discrete boost converter can be built by using just a few parts, namely an inductor, capacitor, diode, and a FET. Please see the Wikipedia page for how…... Listed under:
  350. Arduino Line Tracking Robot Car
    This line tracking robot car was built base on the prototype mentioned in the previous knowledge item. You can find the details for the prototype: http://www.rs-online.com/designspark/electronics/eng/knowledge-item/arduino-line-tracking-robot-car-prototype Bills of Materials: PCB   Geared Motor OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Photodiode (RS stock number: 654-8902) Nichia LED (RS stock number: 713-3996)…... Listed under:
  351. Johnny 6 is alive!
    Designing a custom plate for the Arduino Robot, adding jumbo LEDs and displaying readings from an ultrasonic distance sensor to the LCD. My previous post on the Arduino Robot described how I took the Runaway Robot sketch and modified it work with the PING ultrasonic…... Listed under:
  352. The Evolution of a Light Theremin
    I started out a little over two years ago on work experience, before going on to become a trainee engineer, having decided that I would like to pursue a career in electronic engineering. At work I get to do a wide variety of things, such…... Listed under:
  353. Developing your own Flowcode 7 controlled weather station
    This project details a Flowcode and E-blocks based weather station capable of reading local temperature and humidity with 2 remote thermo-hygrometer sensors. The local board also incorporates a real time clock. This article has been contributed by Flowcode user John Crow. Flowcode can be downloaded…... Listed under:
  354. Designing and building a coffee table
    For a number of years, my colleague Andrew has had an old IBM mainframe CPU kept in storage, waiting to be transformed into something new. Hailing from a long-lost era of computing (the system in which this module was used was the 4381, first announced…... Listed under:
  355. Old Sole
    ld Sole interrupts normal youthful days to force young people to interact with their environment in a different way. If the young shoe-wearer takes significantly more steps than the elderly individual with the walker, the shoes light up and vibrate uncomfortably, reminding the young person…... Listed under:
  356. Flip
    Flip Intro There is something kind of magical about swimming when you are a child. Do you remember growing up and watching your shadow as you swam in the pool, trying to mimic a perfect dolphin kick and imagining you were a mermaid rather than…... Listed under:
  357. Connected coffee machine
    Quite a lot of coffee is consumed at work but real statistics are missing. For the coffee machines with a can it can be interesting to have a visualization with coffee left in can, water in machine, time left until machine is finished, estimated time…... Listed under:
  358. Wireless Motor Speed Control System with Arduino
    ICStation team introduce you the NRF24L01 Wireless Motor Speed Control System.This system works under DC 5V voltage. It uses the NRF24L01 Wireless Module to transmit speed control data and the Hall Sensor to detect the real rotate speed. This design uses the PWM duty cycle…... Listed under:
  359. Dish Shamer
    Project Description DishShamer solves the age-old problem of getting your roommates to wash their dishes.  The kitchen is a communal space.  When one individual fails to keep this shared environment clean, there can be two outcomes: conflict and socially awkward confrontations, or placing unfair cleaning burdens…... Listed under:
  360. Chatty Coasters
    Chatty Coasters are interactive coasters that listen for silences and insert provocative conversation starters into them. Chatty Coasters are interactive drink holders that listen for silences in conversation and insert provocative questions into them. In order to encourage healthy, thought-provoking conversation in kitchens, Chatty Coaster waits…... Listed under:
  361. A Smart Shop Window Experiment with Arduino
    Smart Shop Window A SmartLiving Experiment where using a QR code to control a light in a shop window. For this experiment we use a Grove LED (representing the shop's light) and a Smart phone to access the control switch. It’s an ideal starter project…... Listed under:
  362. Track and Control Your Car Remotely
    Actually, many of us may suffer or afraid from being his car stolen. In this project, I will try to help you to protect your cars and even control them remotely. Basically, you have to leave a mobile phone in your car and when the…... Listed under:
  363. Build a smart “Clapper” with SmartThings and Arduino
    When my colleague @thegibertchan first set up his homemade "Clapper" in our office, I knew immediately that I had to learn how it was made. The way it works is simple. A small microphone listens to two claps (within four seconds of each other) and…... Listed under:
  364. DIY Temperature & Humidity & Smoke Detector Alarm System
    The working voltage of this system is DC5V. It can measure the current temperature, humidity and smoke. It can display real-time data by the 1602 LCD and can realize the sound and light alarm when in the dangerous temperature and humidity. It is a simply…... Listed under:
  365. Fast Counter
    Every once in a while there is a question in the Arduino forum on how fast you can toggle an IO pin. The answer to this question depends on your line of thinking / what you will allow as an answer. So here is my…... Listed under:
  366. Control a Parrot AR Drone with Linino
    Performing the control of the AR.Drone with the iOS or Android apps is really difficult. The controls are very unstable because the app virtual joystick hasn’t a good sensitivity response. The idea was to use a real joystick instead of the Parrot application itself: So,…... Listed under:
  367. Universal Remote Control
    The transmitter in the remote control handset sends out a stream of pulses of infrared light when the user presses a button on the handset. A transmitter is often a light emitting diode (LED) which is built into the pointing end of the remote control…... Listed under:
  368. Arduino / Raspberry Pi Internet Radio
    This is a project for Arduino and Raspberry Pi to make an Internet Radio, aimed at intermediate skill level. Some familiarity with Linux usage will be beneficial (or access to someone who can help out if required). Raspberry Pi runs mpd music player daemon to…... Listed under:
  369. Useless Box
    Story Fascinated by this humorous anthropomorphic idea on instructables that left me philosophizing deeply about the essence of art, I decided to make this a project after witnessing many ruthless battles between human and robot on youtube.   How does it work? The Arduino "listens"…... Listed under:
  370. Psychic Arduino
    If life has been too serious for you lately, this weekend project will take some of the stress out of your life and create a really neat toy in the process; a delight for a child or for those children who gather around your desk…... Listed under:
  371. Provocation: Urban Encounters
    Description Urban Encounters is our imagination of the future of interactive surfaces within our 5x5x5 site. The crosswalk "island" we chose at the corner of Shattuck and Center in downtown Berkeley promotes an interesting combination of isolation, stuck-ness and loneliness. To bring out these themes into the physical world,…... Listed under:
  372. Kroebe Lights
    Brainstorming Process After selecting Kroeber Fountain as our location of interest, we began to notice that it was a place at which people would congregate without interacting with one another. The fountain’s shape - most notably, its tiered steps - affords it the ability to…... Listed under:
  373. Paper Instruments
    What are the paper instruments made of? Using Conductive Paint, we were able to create a paper piano & guitar that plays notes and changes graphics on a screen. Paper Piano Arduino Code Step by step - Paper Instrument Development Software needed Processing: https://processing.org/ Capacitive Arduino…... Listed under:
  374. Zeitfluss – Flow of Time
    About this project Reasoning about time by printing onto the surface of a river Maybe you know situations when time's running up. In German there is a metaphor for that and translated it would be something like "time trickles away“. Having this saying in mind…... Listed under:
  375. Raspberry Pi teams up with an Arduino
    The principal behind ArduinoPi First a little clarification, the ArduinoPi isn’t really a library or a command set or an out of the box controller, its more a proof of concept using already know programming languages. If you want to use it be ready for…... Listed under:
  376. Cracking an electronic safe using brute force
    Preface There's nothing nefarious here, nor is the information contained herein particularly helpful to thieves or the dishonest. A thief would just cut the dang thing open and be done with it. The story So I bought a fire safe to protect some documents that…... Listed under:
  377. Drawing with a Laser – Hack-a-Day Logo
    Reading Hack a Day I found an interesting challenge: drawing their logo somewhere. And the fact that was even more interesting: “preference will be given to the largest and smallest submissions“. I started figuring out how to do something like that with the things I had around, and…... Listed under:
  378. Arduino Astronomical Clock
    This product allows you to set separate turn-on and turn-off times and those repeat every day. The disadvantage of this product is that, as the seasons change, you need to constantly adjust the turn-on and turn-off times. As illustrated in Figure 1, the variation over…... Listed under:
  379. Bike Across the Country While in Your Basement
    About this project This is a very simple and easy-to-build project that provides a sensor on the pedal crank of any exercise bike and generates keyboard output triggering Google Maps Street View to advance via the up arrow key. In my design, you pedal the crank five…... Listed under:
  380. deCart
    Description deCart is an attachment to a shopping cart that uses social pressure to make the shopping a more productive, connected experience for society as a whole. List of Materials Although the entire premise of the project is simple, the implementation, however, is not and…... Listed under:
  381. Arduino Weight Measurement using Load Cell and HX711 Module
    Today we are going to Measure the Weight by interfacing Load Cell and HX711 Weight Sensor with Arduino. We have seen weight machines at many shops, where machine displays the weight just by placing any item on the weighing platform. So here we are building…... Listed under:
  382. Arduino Based Distance Measurement using Ultrasonic Sensor
    Ultrasonic sensors are great tools to measure distance without actual contact and used at several places like water level measurement, distance measurement etc. This is an efficient way to measure small distances precisely. In this project we have used an Ultrasonic Sensor to determine the distance of an obstacle from…... Listed under:
  383. LPG Leakage Detector using Arduino
    While LPG is an essential need of every household, its leakage could lead to a disaster. To alert on LPG leakage and prevent any mishappening there are various products to detect the leakage. Here we have developed an Arduino based LPG gas detector alarm. If gas…... Listed under:
  384. Live Temperature and Humidity Monitoring over Internet using Arduino and ThingSpeak
    Humidity and Temperature are very common parameters for measuring at many places like farm, green house, medical, industries home and offices. We have already covered Humidity and Temperature Measurement using Arduino and displayed the data on LCD. In this IoT project we are going to…... Listed under:
  385. Arduino Based Digital Thermometer
    Thermometers are useful apparatus being used since long time for temperature measurement. In this project we have made an Arduino based digital thermometer to display the current ambient temperature and temperature changes on a LCD unit in real time . It can be deployed in houses, offices, industries etc.…... Listed under:
  386. Frequency Counter using Arduino
    Almost every electronic hobbyist must have faced a scenario where he or she must measure the frequency of signal generated by a clock or a counter or a timer.  We can use oscilloscope to do the job, but not all of us can afford an…... Listed under:
  387. Interfacing Arduino with Raspberry Pi using Serial Communication
    Raspberry Pi and Arduino are the two most popular open source boards in Electronics Community. They are not only popular among Electronics Engineers but also among school students and hobbyists, because of their Easiness and Simplicity. Even some people just started liking Electronics because of Raspberry…... Listed under:
  388. Interfacing TFT LCD with Arduino
    Today, we are going to Interface 2.4 inch TFT LCD Shield with Arduino. By using this color TFT LCD shield we can show characters, strings, blocks, images etc on the color TFT LCD. And we can use this TFT Shield in many applications like:  Security…... Listed under:
  389. How to Send Data from Arduino to Webpage using WiFi
    Wireless communication between Electronic devices and modules is very important, to make them ‘Fit’ in the World of Internet of Things. HTTP protocol and HTML language have made it possible to transfer the Data anywhere in the world, over the web. We have already covered…... Listed under:
  390. Sending Email using Arduino and ESP8266 WiFi Module
    We are moving towards the World of Internet of Things (IoT). This technology plays a very important role in the Electronics and Embedded system. Sending an Email from any Microcontroller or Embedded system is very basic thing, which is required in IoT. So in this article,…... Listed under:
  391. Wireless Notice Board using GSM and Arduino
    Wireless notice board is very selective term for this project, as it has a very wide scope rather than just being a simple notice board. First we should understand the purpose of this project, in this system we can display a message or notice to…... Listed under:
  392. Pressure Sensor BMP180 Interfacing with Arduino Uno
    In this tutorial we are going to design a Barometric Pressure Measuring System using BMP180 and ARDUINO. First of all for interfacing BMP180 to ARDUINO, we need to download a library specifically designed for BMP180. This library is available at: https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-BMP085-Library  After attaching that library, we…... Listed under:
  393. Arduino-based Ultrasonic Radar System via IOT
    Abstract RADAR is an object-detection system which uses radio waves to determine the range, altitude, direction, or speed of objects. Radar systems come in a variety of sizes and have different performance specifications. Some radar systems are used for air-traffic control at airports, and others…... Listed under:
  394. Arduino 101 Curie iOS Pulse Sensor
    I want use the Genuino 101 by Intel and Arduino for a project that regards health, but I want to use all the characteristics of the Arduino 101. One of most important characteristics of this board, I think, is the BLE connection. Then I want…... Listed under:
  395. arduino bluetooth vehicle
    Before I even began to think about how my final chassis was going to look like I became obsessed with the idea of eliminating all of the useless space that plagued my previous designs. I wanted to reduced the car to its most essential components.…... Listed under:
  396. Control Door Lock Remotely Using Smartphone
    Introduction Hi, friends. I came to this idea of controlling a door latch/lock remotely using a smartphone when I saw many people many times forget to carry latch/lock keys when they leave the house for a short trip, or the door gets latched accidentally while…... Listed under:
  397. Quizmo
    This project is related to developing a handy gadget to help kids practice basic arithmetic operations. I decided to make it as my kids were very lazy to look into the books and come back very soon saying that they have done it (specially multiplication…... Listed under:
  398. Plan your Holiday with Smart Power Planner
    Introduction Holiday times! It's the time we get a vacation to have fun and be relaxed. Everyone loves to make their holiday, an unforgettable one. But there will always be somethings that can bother you and spoil the holiday fun. As an example, while you…... Listed under:
  399. Arduino HackHD Time-Lapse Dolly
    Story This project was inspired by someone else who made an Arduino time-lapse dolly (suprise surprise). However that project was published some years back and I have lost the link to it. Of course time-lapse is not that exciting anymore but 5 years ago it…... Listed under:
  400. IoT Controlled Snow Machine
    The most homemade snow machine you've ever seen. Made from a hairdryer, polystyrene and MKR1000. Controllable from anywhere in the world* Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 USB-A to Micro-USB Cable × 1 Apple USB Powe Adapter × 1 Jumper…... Listed under: ,
  401. Grill & Deck-Door Monitor
    Story We use our barbecue grill and our deck frequently. After once leaving the grill on all night, I wanted an easy way to check to make sure the grill is off before going to bed. This is especially important since our grill is tapped…... Listed under:
  402. Give Your BLEBot a New Name
    At the Hackster Hardware Meetup Seattle, we had a bunch of BLE Bot 9000 robots. The problem was that all of the bots exposed the same services and names, so you can't choose the robot you want to control. The solution to controlling your bot…... Listed under:
  403. Tertiarm – 3d Printed Robot Arm
    This is first version of my low cost 3d printed robot arm. It is based on Ikea Tertial lamp. I choose it because it has very good kinematic with using springs to unload servos. So you can use different number of springs to achive diffrent…... Listed under:
  404. Knock To Open Treasure Chest
    Preface My daughter asked me to build her a treasure chest that she could use to store her most valuable things. Obviously she demanded it to have some kind of a locking mechanism so only she could open the box. First thought was to use…... Listed under:
  405. Arduino Bluetooth-controlled Mini-Lift
    Story We love our workshop, but it has one downside (or maybe upside) - a large flight of stairs to the gallery. We constantly need to move parts and components between one floor and the other, so we’ve been plotting different ideas: drones, dogs, carrier…... Listed under:
  406. Voice-Controlled Robot
    Story Voice-controlled Robot Voice-controlled robot is both hardware and cloud solution in one piece. The main components are: 1. Alexa Skill - to interpret voice commands and translate them to Google Cloud Messaging messages - deployed to Heroku cloud 2. Android application - to receive…... Listed under:
  407. Humidity Display of Date, Time and Temperature
    Story Have you ever wanted to make your own interface that can display the time, date, along with the temperature and the humidity? Well it's a lot easier than you'd think. A few important components are needed, as shown below. Arduino Uno/Nano Firstly we will…... Listed under:
  408. Serial Basic Hookup Guide
    Introduction The Serial Basic is an easy to use USB to Serial adapter based on the CH340G IC from WCH. It works with 5V and 3.3V systems and should auto install on most operating systems without the need for additional drivers. It’s a great lower…... Listed under:
  409. Arduino-Powered Water Bottle
    Introduction: Drinking enough water is very important for our health. Drinking more water can lead to clearer skin, better overall health, improved productivity and brain function, increased energy levels, and even weight loss. In our busy lives, it is really hard to remember to drink…... Listed under:
  410. Complete Digital Clock including Alarm and Motion Sensor
    I have done several designs of digital clocks for Arduino using LEDs and LCD displays, but this one is more special because I added other features like alarm and motion sensor (PIR). Main features PIR (Presence Infrared Sensor) RTC (real-time clock) Alarm Temperature Humidity Water…... Listed under:
  411. Amazon Kitchen DRS
    The Project This project is a combination of the many smart fridges and pantry's of the past. The idea is to combine all of them while also introducing Amazon's DRS system through Alexa and the Echo products as a bonus feature. The process will be…... Listed under:
  412. Alarm Clock
    Story After designing the "Clock Set Date Time" and hearing the suggestion of ArduPic , I thought it would be a good idea and also useful, add a "wake-up alarm." A small change to the code and adding a few components: Here's "the Alarm Clock".…... Listed under:
  413. Digital Dice using Arduino
    We all are familiar with dice and often played LUDO or SANP SIDI (Snake & Ladders) game by using dice. Dice is a squire type solid box which contains 6 different numbers on all of its sides. We throw dice on a surface to get…... Listed under:
  414. Automatic Door Opener using Arduino
    You must have seen automatic door openers in shopping malls and other commercial buildings. They open the door when someone comes near the entrance and close it after sometime. A number of technologies are available to make such kinds of systems like PIR sensors, Radar sensors,  Laser…... Listed under:
  415. Computer Controlled Robot using Arduino
    After designing this line follower robot using arduino uno, I have developed this computer controlled robot. It can be controlled via the computer and we can use specific keyboard keys to move it. It runs over serial communication which we have already discussed in our previous…... Listed under:
  416. DTMF Controlled Robot using Arduino
    In present time almost all the people are familiar with robots. Robots play a very important role in human life. Robots are a machine which reduces the human efforts in heavy works in industries, building etc. and makes life easy. We are here with our next robot…... Listed under:
  417. DC Motor Control using Arduino
    Here we are going to interface a DC motor to Arduino UNO and its speed is controlled. This is done by PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). This feature is enabled in UNO to get variable voltage over constant voltage. The method of PWM is explained here;…... Listed under:
  418. Arduino Based LED Dimmer using PWM
    This LED DIMMER is an Arduino Uno based PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) circuit developed to get variable voltage over constant voltage. The method of PWM is explained below. Before we get start building a 1 Watt LED Dimmer circuit, first consider a simple circuit as shown in figure below. Now…... Listed under:
  419. How to Use Shift Register 74HC595 with Arduino Uno?
    In ARDUINO we have 20 I/O pins, so we can program 20 pins of UNO to be used as either input or output. Although there are more pins on ATMEGA328P controller than on UNO, this is because while designing the board some pins are defaulted. Now…... Listed under:
  420. Temperature Controlled Fan using Arduino
    In this arduino based project, we are going to control DC fan speed according to the room temperature and show these parameter changes on a 16x2 LCD display. It is accomplished by the data communications between Arduino, LCD, DHT11 sensor Module and DC fan that is controlled by…... Listed under:
  421. Interfacing 16×2 LCD with Arduino
    To establish a good communication between human world and machine world, display units play an important role. And so they are an important part of embedded systems. Display units - big or small, work on the same basic principle. Besides complex display units like graphic displays…... Listed under:
  422. 7 Segment Display Interfacing with Arduino
    In this tutorial we are going to interface a seven segment display to ARDUINO UNO. The display counts from 0-9 and resets itself to zero. Before going further, let us first discuss about seven segment displays. A seven segment display got its name from the very…... Listed under:
  423. Accelerometer Based Hand Gesture Controlled Robot using Arduino
    Robots are playing an important role in automation across all the sectors like construction, military, medical, manufacturing, etc. After making some basic robots like line follower robot, computer controlled robot, etc, we have developed this accelerometer based gesture controlled robot by using arduino uno. In this project…... Listed under:
  424. How to Use ADC in Arduino Uno?
    In this tutorial we are introducing concept of ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) in ARDUINO UNO. Arduino board has six ADC channels, as show in figure below. Among those any one or all of them can be used as inputs for analog voltage. The Arduino Uno…... Listed under:
  425. Humidity and Temperature Measurement using Arduino
    Humidity and temperature are common parameters to measure environmental conditions. In this Arduino based project we are going to measure ambient temperature and humidity and display it on a 16x2 LCD screen. A combined te mperature and himidity sensor DHT11 is used with Arduino uno…... Listed under:
  426. Color Detector using Arduino Uno
    In this project we are going to interface TCS3200 color sensor with Arduino UNO. TCS3200 is a color sensor which can detect any number of colors with right programming. TCS3200 contains RGB (Red Green Blue) arrays. As shown in figure on microscopic level one can see…... Listed under:
  427. Automatic Room Light Controller with Bidirectional Visitor Counter
    Often we see visitor counters at stadium, mall, offices, class rooms etc. How they count the people and turn ON or OFF the light when nobody is inside? Today we are here with automatic room light controller project with bidirectional visitor counter by using Arduino Uno. It is very…... Listed under:
  428. Electronic Voting Machine using Arduino
    We all are quite familiar with voting machines, even we have covered few other electronic voting machine projects previously here and here using RFID and AVR microcontroller. In this project, we have used the arduino controller to create an electronic voting machine. Components Arduino Uno 16x2…... Listed under:
  429. Arduino Based Heartbeat Monitor
    Heart rate, body temperature and blood pressure monitoring are very important parameters of human body. Doctors use various kind of medical apparatus like thermometer for checking fever or body temperature, BP monitor for blood pressure measurement and heart rate monitor for heart rate measurement. In…... Listed under:
  430. Arduino Based LED Chaser using Rotary Encoder
    In this project we are going to interface a ROTARY ENCODER with ARDUINO.  ARDUINO UNO is an ATMEGA controller based development board designed for electronic engineers and hobbyists. In ARDUINO we have 20 I/O pins, so we can program 20 pins of UNO to be…... Listed under:
  431. Keypad Interfacing with Arduino Uno
    In this tutorial we are going to interface a 4x4 (16 key) keypad with ARDUINO UNO. We all know keypad is one of the most important input devices used in electronics engineering. Keypad is the easiest and the cheapest way to give commands or instructions to…... Listed under:
  432. Servo Motor Control using MATLAB
    In this tutorial you will learn to make direct connection between your Arduino and Matlab, so that you can program your Arduino directly through Matlab. It is very useful when you are working on complex robotics like Robotic Hand, Humanoid etc. as you can process your…... Listed under:
  433. Magnetic Field Strength Measurement using Arduino
    In this project we are using the concept of ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) in ARDUINO UNO. We are going to use a Hall Effect sensor and Arduino uno to measure the field strength of a magnet. The sensor which we have used here is UGN3503U. This…... Listed under:
  434. RFID Interfacing with Arduino
    In this tutorial we are going to design a system to read the ID of RFID cards. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. Each card has a unique ID embedded in it. These systems have many applications, like in offices, shopping malls and in many other…... Listed under:
  435. Servo Motor Control using Arduino
    In this tutorial we are going to control a servo motor by ARDUINO UNO. Servo Motors are used where there is a need for accurate shaft movement or position. These are not proposed for high speed applications. These are proposed for low speed, medium torque…... Listed under:
  436. Automatic Water Level Indicator and Controller using Arduino
    In this Arduino based automatic water level indicator and controller project we are going to measure the water level by using ultrasonic sensors. Basic principal of ultrasonic distance measurement is based on ECHO. When sound waves are transmitted in environment then they return back to the origin as…... Listed under:
  437. Working of Force Sensor with Arduino
    In this project we will be developing a fun circuit using Force sensor and Arduino Uno. This circuit generates sound linearly related to force applied on the sensor. For that we are going to interface FORCE sensor with Arduino Uno. In UNO, we are going use…... Listed under:
  438. 8×8 LED Matrix using Arduino
    In this project we are going to design an 8x8 LED matrix display, for that we are going to interface an 8x8 LED matrix module with Arduino Uno. An 8x8 LED matrix contains 64 LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) which are arranged in the form of a matrix, hence…... Listed under:
  439. RGB LED with Arduino
    In this project we are going to interface 5 RGB (Red Green Blue) LEDs to Arduino Uno. These LEDs are connected in parallel for reducing PIN usage of Uno.  The RGB LED will have four pins as shown in figure. PIN1: Color 1 negative terminal…... Listed under:
  440. Servo Motor Control by Flex Sensor
    In this tutorial we are going to develop a circuit using FLEX sensor, Arduino Uno and a Servo motor. This project is a servo control system where the servo shaft position is determined by the flex or bent or deviation of the FLEX sensor. Lets first…... Listed under: ,
  441. Variable Power Supply By Arduino Uno
    In this tutorial we will develop a 5V variable voltage source from Arduino Uno. For that we are going use ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) and PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) feature. Some digital electronic modules like accelerometer work on voltage 3.3V and some work on…... Listed under:
  442. PC Controlled Home Automation using Arduino
    This project explains designing a home automation system which is controlled by a computer to switch On and switch Off various electrical and electronics devices. For demonstration we have used 3 zero watt bulbs which indicates LIGHT, FAN and TV. It uses Arduino Uno board as a…... Listed under:
  443. Arduino Based Tone Generator
    In this project we will develop a tone generator using Arduino Uno. We will have buttons interfaced with the UNO and each one of them generates different intensity of tone. The frequency of tone generated by the UNO is same at every internal. It’s the intensity of the…... Listed under:
  444. Snake Game on 8×8 Matrix using Arduino
    Snake Game has been very popular since the beginning of the Mobile phones. Initially it was come in Black and white cell phones, and soon became very famous. Then with the advancement of the Cellphones, this game has also changed a lot, and now many…... Listed under:
  445. Digital Code Lock using Arduino
    Security is a major concern in our day to day life, and digital locks have became an important part of these security systems. One such digital code lock is imitated in this project using arduino board and a matrix keypad. Components Arduino Keypad Module Buzzer…... Listed under:
  446. GSM Based Home Automation using Arduino
    Mobile phone is a revolutionary invention of the century. It was primarily designed for making and receiving calls & text messages, but it has become the whole world after the Smart phone comes into the picture. In this project we are building a home automation…... Listed under:
  447. Prepaid Energy Meter using GSM and Arduino
    Prepaid Electricity Energy Meter is a good concept in which you can recharge its balance, like we do in our mobile phones. In this project we are building a automated system by using Arduino and GSM module. You can recharge the electricity balance through this…... Listed under:
  448. Clap Switch using Arduino
    In this project we are going to make Clapper circuit using the concept of ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) in ARDUINO UNO. We are going to use a MIC and Uno to sense the sound and trigger a response. This Clap ON Clap OFF switch basically turns…... Listed under:
  449. IR Remote Controlled Home Automation using Arduino
    Previously we have covered many types of Home automations using different technologies like DTMF Based Home Automation, PC Controlled Home Automation using Arduino, Bluetooth Controlled Home Automation. In this project, we are using IR based wireless communication for controlling home appliances. In this project, Arduino…... Listed under:
  450. Bluetooth Controlled Toy Car using Arduino
    After developing few popular robotic projects like line follower robot, edge avoiding robot, DTMF robot, gesture controlled robot, etc. in this project we are going to develop a bluetooth controlled robo car. Here we used a Bluetooth module to control the car, and it is also…... Listed under:
  451. Servo Position Control with Weight (Force Sensor)
    In this tutorial we will develop a circuit using Force sensor, Arduino Uno and a servo motor. It will be a servo control system where the servo shaft position is determined by the weight present on the force sensor. Before going any further let’s talk…... Listed under:
  452. How to establish UART communication between ATmega8 and Arduino Uno?
    Here we are going to establish a communication between an ATmega8 microcontroller and Arduino Uno. The communication established here is UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter) type. It’s serial communication. By this serial communication data can be shared between two controllers, which is a required in various embedded system…... Listed under:
  453. WiFi Controlled Robot using Arduino
    There are many types of Robots, from the simple ones like a Toy car to the advanced ones like industrial Robots. We have already covered many types of Robots using different technologies, have a look at them: Line Follower Robot using 8051 Microcontroller Line Follower…... Listed under:
  454. Arduino Solar Day Night Controller
    Introduction This is an Arduino controlled light sensing switching unit. Its main use is to control solar lights to turn on when it is dark outside, but it can work in many more applications. This guide will walk you through every aspect of the building…... Listed under:
  455. Capacitance Meter using Arduino
    When we come across circuit boards which are previously designed or we take out one from old TV or computer, in attempt to repair it. And sometimes we need to know the capacitance of particular capacitor in the board to eliminate the fault. Then we…... Listed under:
  456. GUI Based Home Automation System using Arduino and MATLAB
    We all are familiar with the word ‘Automation’, where the human interaction is minimal and things can be controlled automatically or remotely. Home automation is very popular and demanding concept in the field of Electronics, and we are also making our best efforts to make…... Listed under:
  457. Arduino GPS Clock
    There are many GPS satellites around the Earth which are used to provide the exact location of any place. Along with the location coordinates (Latitude and Longitude), it also provide other data like time, date, altitude, direction tracking angle etc. We have already learned to…... Listed under: ,
  458. How to Use GPS with Arduino
    GPS is a very useful device which is used in many electronics projects and applications like vehicle tracking system, GPS Clock, Accident Detection Alert System, traffic navigation and surveillance system etc. But question is how to use the GPS and read the data from GPS? We can…... Listed under:
  459. Arduino Propeller LED Display
    You have seen Propellers in Aircrafts or in marine ships, if not in real then in movies for sure. In this session we are going to design a Propeller Display with Arduino, LEDs and a DC motor. In this Propeller Display, text will appear to…... Listed under:
  460. DIY LED VU Meter as Arduino Shield
    VU Meter or Volume Meter is very popular and fun project in Electronics. We can consider the Volume Meter as an Equalizer, which is present in the Music systems. In which we can see the dancing of LEDs according to the music, if music is loud then equalizer…... Listed under: ,
  461. Call and Message using Arduino and GSM Module
    Sometimes people find it difficult to use the GSM Module for its basic functions like calling, texting etc., specifically with the Microcontrollers. So here we are going to build a Simple Mobile Phone using Arduino, in which GSM Module is used to Make the Call,…... Listed under:
  462. DIY Smart Vacuum Cleaning Robot using Arduino
    Hi guys, are you a newbie to the world of Robotics or Electronic? OR Are you looking for a simple yet powerful project to make your friends and teachers impressed? Then this is the place. In this project we will use the power of Embedded…... Listed under:
  463. Track A Vehicle on Google Maps using Arduino, ESP8266 & GPS
    Vehicle Tracking System becomes very important now days, especially in case of stolen vehicles. If you have GPS system installed in your vehicle, you can track you Vehicle Location, and its helps police to track the Stolen Vehicles. Previously we have built similar project in…... Listed under:
  464. Make Your Own Homemade Arduino Board with ATmega328 Chip
    Arduino is an open-source development platform for engineers and hobbyists to develop electronics projects in an easy way. It consists of both a physical programmable development board (based on AVR series of microcontrollers) and a piece of software or IDE which runs on your computer and used to write and upload…... Listed under:
  465. Frequency Counter using Arduino
    Almost every electronic hobbyist must have faced a scenario where he or she must measure the frequency of signal generated by a clock or a counter or a timer.  We can use oscilloscope to do the job, but not all of us can afford an…... Listed under:
  466. Arduino Solar Tracker using LDR and Servo Motor
    In this article we are going to make a Solar Panel Tracker using Arduino, in which we will use two LDRs (Light dependent resistor) to sense the light and a servo motor to automatically rotate the solar panel in the direction of the sun light.…... Listed under:
  467. Smoke Detector using MQ2 Gas Sensor and Arduino
    Smoke Detectors are very useful in detecting smoke or fire in buildings, and so are the important safety parameters. In this DIY session, we are going to build a Smoke Detector Circuit which not only sense the smoke in the air but also reads and displays the level…... Listed under:
  468. Heart Beat Monitoring over Internet using Arduino and ThingSpeak
    In this project we are going to make a Heart Beat Detection and Monitoring System using Arduino that will detect the heart beat using the Pulse Sensor and will show the readings in BPM (Beats Per Minute) on the LCD connected to it. It will…... Listed under:
  469. Using the Android Platform to control Robots
    The popularity of android devices is attributed to their powerful capabilities which include internet connectivity, open architecture, and several other kinds of built-in sensors. Students and other software developers are increasingly using the android platform since it utilizes Java programming language which can easily be…... Listed under: ,
  470. Arduino based Automatic Plant Irrigation System with Message Alert
    Whenever we go out of town for few days, we always used to worry about our plants as they need water on regular basis. So here we are making Automatic Plant Irrigation System using Arduino, which automatically provides water to your plants and keep you updated…... Listed under:
  471. IOT based Air Pollution Monitoring System using Arduino
    In this project we are going to make an IOT Based Air Pollution Monitoring System in which we will monitor the Air Quality over a webserver using internet and will trigger a alarm when the air quality goes down beyond a certain level, means when…... Listed under:
  472. Scrolling Text Display on 8×8 LED Matrix using Arduino
    In this tutorial we are going to design an 8x8 LED Matrix Scrolling Display using Arduino Uno, which will show scrolling alphabets. 8x8 LED Matrix contains 64 LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) which are arranged in the form of a matrix, hence the name is LED…... Listed under:
  473. IOT Based Dumpster Monitoring using Arduino & ESP8266
    In this DIY, we are going to make an IOT based dumpster/garbage Monitoring System which will tell us that whether the trash can is empty or full through the webserver and you can know the status of your ‘Trash Can’ or 'Dumpsters' from anywhere in the…... Listed under:
  474. The Big Easy Stepper Motor Driver
    Stepper (or step) motors are really cool. They are perfect for automation or any time you need a motor to turn to a specific point, at a specific speed, in a specific direction. And, unlike typical motors, steppers are able to do all of this,…... Listed under:
  475. Sensing Humidity With The SHT15
    The SHT15 is a digital humidity sensor that outputs a fully calibrated humidity reading. And… because what we are measuring is actually relative humidity, and relative humidity being relative to temperature, the SHT15 has a builtin digital thermometer. This makes things much easier to work…... Listed under:
  476. MQ-3 Alcohol Sensor, Breakout Board + Arduino
    lot has happened since our last article was published and to celebrate the continuance of bildr we’ll be playing with the MQ-3 Alcohol Gas Sensor. Coupled with the SparkFun Gas Sensor Breakout Board, connecting the MQ-3 to your Arduino is a breeze. The MQ-3 is…... Listed under:
  477. Arduino + MLX90614 IR Thermometer
    Being able to sense temperature is cool… But being able to read the temperature of an object without even touching it is simply awesome. The MLX90614 is a sensor that can do just that. By reading the infrared light coming off an object, this guy…... Listed under:
  478. DIY 3X3X3 LED Cube with Arduino
    In this project we are going to design a 3x3x3 LED CUBE and connect it to Arduino UNO to get different patterns. For a beginner we will start with a simple pattern. A typical 3*3*3 LED cube connected to UNO is shown in the image above,…... Listed under:
  479. Art-duino
    We built a mini-crawler robot that draws a path behind it to make interesting designs. We chose this design for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, we experimented with attaching our other materials to the motors, and most of them were too heavy for…... Listed under:
  480. Mobile Phone Controlled Robot Car using G-Sensor and Arduino
    In this article, we are going to Control the Robot Car through the G sensor of our mobile phone and you will be able to move the Robot just by tilting the Phone. We will also use Arduino and RemoteXY app for this G-Sensor Controlled…... Listed under:
  481. Interfacing MQ2 to Arduino- Gas Sensor for Smoke-Butane-CH4 and LPG
    In this article, we are going to learn how to interface MQ2 Gas Sensor with Arduino. MQ2 is basically a general purpose gas sensor (similar to MQ5) which can sense a broad range of gases like LPG, Butane, Methane(CH4), Hydrogen and in addition to these…... Listed under:
  482. Interfacing PIR Sensor to Arduino – Connect Motion Sensor/Detector to Arduino
    In this article, we are going to learn how to interface/connect PIR Sensor or Passive Infrared Sensor to Arduino. We have written a tutorial on how to interface PIR sensor to 8051 previously in CircuitsToday! So a PIR sensor which is also known as Pyroelectric…... Listed under:
  483. Arduino and 7 Segment Display – Interfacing Tutorial
    In this article, we are publishing a tutorial on how to interface seven segment LED display to Arduino. Seven segment displays are used in many embedded system and industrial applications where the range of outputs to be shown is known beforehand. Basic 1 digit seven segment…... Listed under:
  484. LM35 and Arduino – Temperature Measurement and Display on LCD
    In this article, we are presenting a tutorial on how to interface LM35 and Arduino along with its program. Once we successfully interface arduino and lm35, we will go on to build a temperature display using arduino and a 16×2 LCD module which constantly monitors…... Listed under: ,
  485. Interfacing 8×8 LED Matrix with Arduino
    LED matrix displays can be used to display almost anything. Most modern LED sign boards uses various types of matrix boards with controllers. In this tutorial we are going to interface a single color 8×8 LED matrix with Arduino and display a few characters in…... Listed under:
  486. How to Make an LED Scrollbar
    In this tutorial, we are going to build an LED Scroll Bar as shown in the image given below. The project is designed to flash Ten LED strips ( by giving different lighting patterns for each strip) with the help of a control board. We…... Listed under:
  487. Interfacing MQ5 LPG Sensor to Arduino
    In this guide, we learn how to interface MQ5 Gas sensor (which is a generic Gas Sensor more suited to detect and determine LPG concentrations) with Arduino. In this tutorial, we are using the MQ5 Gas sensor module (which is widely available in market) .…... Listed under:
  488. Tachometer using arduino
    Tachometer is a device used for measuring the number of revolutions of an object in a given interval of time. Usually it is expressed in revolutions per minute or RPM. Earlier tachometers purely mechanical where the revolution is transferred to the tachometer through mechanical coupling…... Listed under:
  489. Programming an ATtiny w/ Arduino 1.6 (or 1.0)
    This tutorial shows you how to program an ATtiny45, ATtiny85, ATtiny44 or ATtiny84 microcontroller using the Arduino software. These are small, cheap ($2-3) microcontrollers that are convenient for running simple programs. The ATtiny45 and ATtiny85 have eight legs and are almost identical, except that the…... Listed under:
  490. Temperature logger using arduino
    Simple temperature logger using arduino (°C & °F). This project is about a simple USB temperature logging system using arduino uno and the serial monitor function in the arduino IDE. The system monitors the temperature every 2 seconds and shows it on the arduino serial monitor.…... Listed under:
  491. Open source EEG/ECG/EMG
    Introduction Electrodes on the skin can be used to measure muscle (electromyography, EMG) brain (electroencephalography, EEG) and heart (electrocardiogram, ECG/EKG) activity. These electrophysiological measures are popular for clinical, research and hobbyist applications (such as brain computer interfaces). Most commercial systems are “medical grade” – these…... Listed under:
  492. Gas Leakage Detector using Arduino and GSM Module with SMS Alert and Sound Alarm
    We have published lots of interesting arduino projects like GSM based Fire Alarm System , Line Following Robot, RFID Based Access Control System and many other useful projects. This time, we are publishing a highly useful home application – Gas Leakage Detector using Arduino and…... Listed under:
  493. Arduino and Python
    Talking to Arduino over a serial interface is pretty trivial in Python. On Unix-like systems you can read and write to the serial device as if it were a file, but there is also a wrapper library called pySerial that works well across all operating…... Listed under:
  494. Calibration
    This example demonstrates one techinque for calibrating sensor input. The board takes sensor readings for five seconds during the startup, and tracks the highest and lowest values it gets. These sensor readings during the first five seconds of the sketch execution define the minimum and…... Listed under:
  495. Arduino Resistance Data Logger
    I was working on a project were I needed a cheap and efficient way to log the changing resistance of a sensor while simultaneously logging the temperature. This project is similar in many respects to the other data loggers on my site. Three prototypes have…... Listed under:
  496. DS1631 – Arduino Code and Temperature Validation
    Basic information The DS1631 is a low cost, I2C interface digital thermometer popular in the maker community. Capable of providing 12-bit temperature readings over a -55°C to +125°C range. I have need for a digital thermometer in many of my projects and thought it would…... Listed under:
  497. Live Action MATLAB – Arduino data logger.
    Background I was in need of an affordable data logger for a project. I have access to MATLAB on all of my machines so it was an easy choice to build an Arduino based data logger that would easily interface with MATLAB R2014a. MATLAB is…... Listed under:
  498. Dented Joystick
    Goals: The project goals are:            Adjustable number of detents Adjustable foce threshold Software controlled damping Implementation: A brief overview: The team's design utilizes several components: Arduino Leonardo Firgelli L16-50-35-12-P actuators (2x) FSRs (4x) TI L293D H bridge MSU Eagle custom PCB print    …... Listed under:
  499. Staircase Meets Piano
    In November 2014, we displayed our first completed project as a club, the Staircase Piano. The idea for the project was given to us by Professor Barry Brown before the club was even formed. Throughout the semester we worked towards putting the piano together for…... Listed under:
  500. LTD SMRT Project (Safe Monitored Rider Transit)
    The proposed new LTD public transportation system uses people counters on the bus system to get an accurate measure of rider tendencies across different routes at specific times. Each bus will be equipped with two sensors which will generate numeric data no larger than 4…... Listed under:
  501. Nodemcu arduino interfacing project
    A guide to getting started with the ESP8266 with the Arduino IDE This assumes that yo have a NodeMCU type board with the Silicon Labs CP2102 USB to UART Bridge. These boards are convenient because they can be connected directly to your computer for progamming…... Listed under:
  502. Using an Arduino as a Latching Relay
    I wrote this one hot week in July 2010. I've been leaving my front door ajar, to get some air through the house. Probably not a very good idea. So I thought I'd hook up an Arduino to ensure that no one takes advantage of…... Listed under:
  503. Arduino-based Graphical Heart Rate Monitor
    Introduction: Like many out there, I enjoy a good exercise session, whether it be indoors or outdoors. As part of that I purchased a Polar branded heart rate monitor, which came with a "Wearlink" chest strap and RS300Xsd receiver watch. The watch is able to…... Listed under:
  504. High-Power Control: Arduino + TIP120 Transistor
    Up until now, we have talked about working with a lot of low-power devices. Sensors, LEDs, ICs, and the like are all capable of being powered directly from your Arduino, but as many awesome 5 and 3.3v components as there are, eventually you will find…... Listed under:
  505. SunAir Solar Power Controller for Raspberry Pi and Arduino
    Ever wanted to build your own Solar Powered Raspberry Pi or Arduino system?   SunAir and SunAirPlus are 3rd Generation Solar Charging and Sun Tracking Boards designed by Dr. John C. Shovic at SwitchDoc Labs. You can use this board to power your projects and add…... Listed under:
  506. Using Arduino and Pd for musical live performance
    Connecting an Arduino microcontroller to Pd is no big problem: You can just put Firmata on your Arduino and use the Pduino library for communication on the Pd side. But sometimes Firmata is not the answer to every problem: You may want to turn on…... Listed under:
  507. Lab 8: Shift Register and Binary
    Topics: First Build The Circuit The Code Hardware Theory Overview-"Rollover Rollover" What is a Shift Register How the Arduino Controls the Shift Register Software Theory The shiftOut Function Binary Numbers Other Functions in the Code Exercise References 1. First Build It would be a really…... Listed under:
  508. Knock Detector
    Introduction For the third assignment, we decided to make a 'knock-detector' that is capable of informing the user/owner of specific events. We designed our system such that it can detect both casual knocks and knock patterns. Casual knocks could be used to inform the owner/user…... Listed under:
  509. Arduino Yun SBC adds Wifi and Linux to Leonardo features
    [Updated Sep 30] — Arduino announced the first open source Arduino hacker board with built-in WiFi, and also the first to run Linux. The $69 Arduino Yun integrates the functions of an Arduino Leonardo, featuring an Atmel ATmega32U4 microcontroller and 14 GPIO pins, with an…... Listed under:
  510. Internet Datalogging With Arduino and XBee WiFi
    Introduction Are you looking to get your data gathering project hooked into the “Internet-of-Things”? Then check out data.sparkfun.com! It makes posting data to the web as easy as constructing a URL and POSTing it to a server. I wanted to create a quick project to…... Listed under:
  511. Tutorial 18: Two Wire Arduino Knight Rider
    This tutorial shows how to interface eight LEDs to an Arduino using only two Arduino pins. This is made possible by using a PCF8574 I/O expander IC. A "Knight Rider" display is shown on the LEDs. Prerequisites Complete tutorial 4 – Arduino Knight Rider. Be…... Listed under:
  512. Weather Monitor
    This Instructable shows you how to build a micro-controller based weather monitoring device. Built on the Arduino Uno board it can easily be extended and modified should you have additional sensors at hand. Main requirements: - Measure temperature (accuracy +/- 0,5 degree Kelvin) - Measure…... Listed under: , , ,
  513. Tutorial 15: Arduino Serial Thermometer
    The Arduino reads temperature from a MCP9700 temperature sensor IC and displays the temperature in the Arduino IDE serial monitor window. Also see the Arduino LCD thermometer tutorial (tutorial 14). Prerequisites Complete Tutorial 9: Using the Arduino Serial Port before attempting this tutorial. Components Besides…... Listed under:
  514. Speech Controlled Quadropod
    This is my first post on Instructables and I am super excited to share my knowledge! My original robot post is here: Spryo SpoonTail which is just my robot showing some tricks but with a tethered control. In this Instructable I am going to show…... Listed under: ,
  515. DIY Low Cost Arduino Mobile Development Platform
    I have wanted to build my own robot for awhile now. But after many tried and failed attempts, I was losing hope that may ever happen. I discovered that there wasn't a small, robust, super easy to add-on to, robot that was within my budget to…... Listed under: , ,
  516. APR9600 Voice Recording and Playback System with JRC286D Chip ICStation Mega 2560 Compatible Arduino
    ICStation team introduce you this APR9600 voice recording and playback system used in elevator based on the ICStation Mega2560 compatible with Arduino. It uses DC5V voltage to work. When you press the different keys, the loudspeaker will sound that which floor you arrive. This design…... Listed under:
  517. Making the TFF: a dress that gets excited when tweeted
    The idea of this dress comes from a series of tweets with online friends @shineslike and @arduinogirl.  @shineslike and I had taken a half day Arduino workshop given by @arduinogirl at the MCN 2011 conference. I was immediately inspired creatively by the sensory and interactive opportunities.…... Listed under: , , ,
  518. Ultrasonic Dimmer
    I have been working on this project for a while and whilst it is still under development I decided to write a short guide after several requests to do so. The dimmer uses an interrupt driven XL-Maxsonar EZ1 ultrasound range finder to measure the distance…... Listed under:
  519. Control Two LEDS with an Arduino and bitVoicer
    So what I want to do here is do several things with two LEDs with speech recognition I'm using bitvoicer you can get it here Step 1: Part List So I'm doing this with as little parts as I can, here's the list: Green LED…... Listed under:
  520. How-to Guide
    In this section we will explain exactly how you can create your own Amblone setup, consisting of 3 RGB LED strips and an Arduino Mega. What do I need? To create the Amblone setup described in this guide, you will need the following: Amblone software…... Listed under:
  521. Talking Pumpkin
    So my boss came to me one last week and said he wanted to scare the trick-or-treaters who came to his home, and the kids who would come to work during a special Halloween Walk the community does. Thus was born the talking pumpkin. In…... Listed under: , , , ,
  522. Basics of Turning your Remote Controll Vehicle into an Autonomous System (Drone) Using an Arduino
    I began this project with the objective of cheaply turning my RC helicopter into something of a UAV or at least to fit some sensors to reduce collisions and other "mis-haps." Now unfortunately at the beginning of the project i miscalculated my little helicopter's lift…... Listed under:
  523. Super Amazing Button using Arduino
    Hello Everyone. This is my very first Instructable so please go easy on me. This was more or less a test project to see if my new arduino board worked. Any friendly advice will be greatly appreciated so my future posts can be even better.…... Listed under: , ,
  524. Connect A 16×2 LCD Display To An Arduino
    Welcome to my FIRST instructable, i will show you how to connect a 16x2 lcd display to an arduino, follow these simple step by step instructions and you will have it done in no time 🙂   Tools Needed : Soldering Iron Wire Strippers Pliers…... Listed under: ,
  525. How to tweet from an Arduino using the wifi sheild
    Hey, I am a big fan of Instructables. I have consistently used it for the past 3 years and now its time for me to write one myself.Here we go. This instructable is for those who want to make some inanimate object tweet automatically. Like say for…... Listed under:
  526. Webserver for home appliances control
    This instructable describes how a simple but powerful webserver used for controlling of home appliances can be done. The hart of the circuit is the ATmega328 microcontroller. I have chose this because I wanted to use all available Arduino libraries compatible with them. The Ethernet…... Listed under:
  527. Learning Arduino basics the easy way – Part 01 “Blink” or “The Internet”
    You've bought your first Arduino or you're planning to get this great little device? Obi Wan would say: "That's good. You have taken your first step into a larger world." Same thing for me! Congratulations! You'll see, as soon as you master the basics, you'll…... Listed under:
  528. Datura 6 home automation – 2015 improvements
    News: In this latest months I've made some important fixes and improvements to the code and to the webserver of the project. See datura_mega_v19.ino for the latest code. The most functional project over internet – Use it as a complete irrigation system for your garden,…... Listed under:
  529. Analog Read Voltage using Arduino
    This example shows you how to read an analog input on Pin 0, convert the values from analogRead() into voltage, and print it out to the serial monitor.  Circuit: image developed using Fritzing. For more circuit examples, see the Fritzing project page Connect the three wires from…... Listed under: ,
  530. Firefighting Robot
    For my project I created a robot with an attached water cannon. My mentor and I built it in a budget of around $300 (not including the necessary equipment), and it functions quite well. For the motors we used drill motors, powered by the 18…... Listed under:
  531. An animation inside a water drop by Physalia
    2000 pictures compose this piece- that is, 2000 perfect different water drops into which we mapped an animation. Droplets that behave and look strangely similar at the stage of less entropy, and become more disorderly as they splash. The final result of the piece you…... Listed under:
  532. Arduino Alphabet
    This project is very interesting because it shows the sequence of all letters of our English alphabet. That is, the project generates capital letters from the A to the Z based on Arduino code and showed by an alphanumeric display.  I'm using a common cathode…... Listed under: ,
  533. Arduino based Tic Tac Toe with TV Remote
    This was my first time attending the Internet of Things Pune Group. It was such a fun learning experience! At today's meetup, Dhiraj and Nishant started out by introducing the InduinoX and Arduino Uno boards along with the Processing IDE that is used to write…... Listed under:
  534. RaspiDuinoRover – (Yet another) iPhone driven moving Raspberry Pi and Arduino rover
    Architecture RaspiDuinoRover is made of three main parts: A Raspberry Pi which receives commands from a remote device through a TCP connection, and sends these commands to an Arduino Uno through an I2C connection. The same TCP channel is used to send back the remote…... Listed under:
  535. Hear your plant make music! – Ethernet version
    This walk-through will show you how to build a sensor to monitor your plant's environment and use Stats in Sound's ERC-20 app to turn this data into music, allowing you to listen to your plant's reaction to it's environment.  For more information on this project,…... Listed under: ,
  536. Autonomous drone that you already have in your pocket!
    In this tutorial i want to learn you something, maybe change your mind. And make autonomous drones available for everyone. Simple question is: What do you need to make your drone autonomous? . Answer: - GPS - Accelerometer - Gyroscope - Telemetry wireless system -…... Listed under:
  537. TiltKey- Write by Tilting
    The TiltKey is a keyboard input device based on tilting. Based on the angle that it is tilted at, and the direction it is tilted in, you can write every letter of the alphabet, every number, and every symbol found on a standard US keyboard.…... Listed under:
  538. Gesture controlled robot using Arduino
    This gesture controlled robot uses Arduino,ADXL335 accelerometer and RF transmitter-receiver pair. We will divide the entire robot into 3 parts the transmitter,the receiver and the robot. The different gestures that have been mapped to the direction of the bot are- Hand parallel to the ground-stationary…... Listed under:
  539. Fading an LED off and on using Arduino
    Demonstrates the use of the analogWrite() function in fading an LED off and on. AnalogWrite uses pulse width modulation (PWM), turning a digital pin on and off very quickly, to create a fading effect. Circuit Connect the anode (the longer, positive leg) of your LED to digital output pin 9 on your…... Listed under: ,
  540. Computer controlled RC car with two Arduinos
    Required Parts: This project requires two Arduino boards which can be bought from http://www.adafruit.com/category/17 This project uses two Arduino Uno compatible boards. An L293D or other Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver chip will be needed to drive the motors of the RC car. This can be…... Listed under:
  541. RC MOOD LYTE
    RC MOOD LYTE is a commercial quality flameless light engine for heavy, everyday use in the home, restaurant, catering and hospitality industry ,a great improvement over the traditional wax candles in terms of safety and reliability features . LED Candles have No wax, No smoke,…... Listed under:
  542. Arduino Lilypad powered shooes for the visually impaired
    Anirudh Sharma, an IT Engineer from Rajasthan Technical University has developed a system that offers non-obtrusive navigation for the visually impaired . Calling it Le Chal (Hindi for ‘Take me there’), Sharma conceptualized and demonstrated the system at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Media Lab…... Listed under:
  543. Using an Arduino Uno R3 as a Game Controller
    Naturally, the Uno does not natively support keyboard strokes, unlike it's Leonardo brother. Most of Google will tell you you need to do some firmware workarounds and ATMEGA reprogramming just to get it working and the entire ordeal is a mess. If you're like me,…... Listed under:
  544. Hard Disk Clock (HDD Clock with Arduino Uno)
    This is a fun project that can be done easily and also cheaply. In this instructable we will explain step by step how to make this beautiful POV clock. Used material: Arduino Uno, RTC modul, ULN 2003, IR diode and IR transistor (used like a…... Listed under:
  545. Home Automation Using Arduino & Autohotkey
    Its been awhile since i last posted something here. Was kinda busy with my university exams & all! Idea for this project was in my mind for very long & i don’t think anyone would’ve done this project with Autohotkey! Anyway, this is a necessity…... Listed under:
  546. Volcom RGB Desktop Light Box
    Greetings! I'm Russell Petersen. I'm an engineer, inventor, designer, fabricator, and dreamer. I'm a junior Electrical Engineer by trade, located and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. I love playing with Solid State Lighting, and came up with this idea one night. Simply stated,…... Listed under:
  547. FTDI Vinco USB Host/Device Development Platform – also for Android & Arduino
    FTDI has announced its commitment to supporting the Android Open Accessories initiative, thus allowing engineers to realize exciting new system designs that are compatible with tablets and smartphones utilising the highly popular Android operating system. "FTDI is very excited about the new Android Open Accessories…... Listed under:
  548. Microcontrolled Farm Equipment
    Modified BaleScoop(for picking hay bales out of the field) from manual levers to arduino controlled functions. This eliminates the need for 3 sets of hydraulic hoses to only one set and operator can focus more on where they are going rather then controling the implement. This is set…... Listed under:
  549. Turn your Arduino into a Magnetic Card Reader
    Everyone has used a magnetic card reader, I believe. I mean, who carries cash these days? They're not difficult to get your hands on, either, and during a trip to my favorite local electronics shop, I found a bin full of these guys. So....of course,…... Listed under: ,
  550. Arduino PID Motor Controller
    INTRODUCTION : The development of high performance motor drives is very important in industrial as well as other purpose applications.  Generally all high performance motor drives use quadrature encoders and PID control because of its simplicity and precise control.  The quadrature encoder acts as a…... Listed under:
  551. ZIF socket Arduino-compatible board
    In this tutorial we make an Arduino-compatible board that holds the microcontroller in a ZIF socket. Updated 18/03/2013 Today we are going to make a different type of Arduino-compatible board, one that has a ZIF (“zero insertion force”) socket. Our reason for making this is…... Listed under: ,
  552. Bootload an ATmega Microcontroller & Build Your Own Arduino – 2
    Since you lacked the USB interface in your own Arduino board, it becomes necessary to use a homemade/ready-made USB to Serial Converter Module as an efficient and economical solution. Inexpensive and easy-to-use USB to Serial Converter modules are now widely available, such as one shown…... Listed under:
  553. Simple Remote Data Plotting using Android / Arduino / pfodApp
    Simple Remote Data Plotting using Android / Arduino / pfodApp This Instructable shows you how to plot Arduino sensor data on your Android mobile and capture it for later downloading to your computer.  These instructions are also avaliable at www.pfod.com.au No Android programming is required…... Listed under: , ,
  554. How To Make a Simple Variable Frequency Generator Using Arduino
    A frequency generator is a very handy device in electronic design, development, testing and trouble shooting. It is such a kind of device which can generate the required frequencies which can be then applied directly to the target device for testing it. There are frequency…... Listed under:
  555. Fun Hackable Speaker Timer
    This is a fun speaker timer I made for some upcoming conferences.  It uses a 4-digit charlieplexed LED (pseudo 7-segment) display and is driven by a AVR ATMega328 or an Arduino.  It allows a default time to be set, can be paused, and will put…... Listed under:
  556. How to Build a Vibration Detector Circuit
    In this project, we will go over how to build a vibration detector circuit.This is a circuit which can detect and measure flex, touch, vibration, and shock.The sensor we will use to detect these movements is a piezo vibration sensor from Measuremenet Specialists (MEAS). The…... Listed under:
  557. Control an iPod with the Arduino
    This tutorial will describe a way of controlling an iPod remote, and thus, an easy way of getting some music and sound out of your Arduino project. The remote we used was an unofficial remote I found on the worldwide auction site for around 10…... Listed under: , ,
  558. DIY: Arduino Based Ohmmeter
    This is a project based on Arduino board which can measure the unknown resistance values and perform diode test and continuity testing. When we connect the unknown resistor on the breadboard circuit, the 16x2 LCD displays the resistor value and when we connect a diode…... Listed under:
  559. Arduino Powered Four Letter Word Generator
    Build an Arduino-powered version of the "Four Letter Word Generator" (FLW). This version generates "words" on the fly - it does not use a list. The "original" version from the 1970's used B7971 nixie alphanumeric tubes. These tubes are getting hard to find and they're…... Listed under: , ,
  560. HSM-20G Interface with Arduino Uno
    The HSM-20G is an analog humidity and temperature sensor that outputs analog voltage respects to relative humidity and temperature. However from this sensor relative humidity is found along with temperature. Relative humidity is the percentage of moistures of airs for a particular temperature [1]. Feature:…... Listed under:
  561. Real-time room temperature on your Website using Arduino
    This is how to push high resolution real-time data from Arduino-based temperature sensor to your web page without any server-side coding. Arduino is a great device for collecting, storing and transferring data from various sensors but there are times you need to make your data…... Listed under: , , , ,
  562. How To Make a PC Control Robot
    Do you ever tried to control your robot using your PC or laptop? Controlling a robot using PC or laptop is often being a fun for the student or hobbyist. Thus during this article you will be tend to learn how to control your robot…... Listed under:
  563. PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit Community Project#042 – Hangman Game
    Hello! It has been our Friday tradition for the past few weeks to end with a game. This week we have the Hangman game. In this game the user will be using two Pmod boards, an LCD and Button board to display outputs and generate…... Listed under:
  564. Build a big crane game using Arduino
    How to build a whole room crane game.  Based on the arcade style 'Crane Game' or 'Claw Machine'.  This is a continuation of a previus instructable titled CRANE GAME in which we built a 2-axis crane game in a door frame.  We have now added a third axis and…... Listed under: ,
  565. Battery powered device hardware design tips
    I'm working on a prototype product(Wifi motion sensor) that will be powered from a battery source, it has a mega328(arduino bootloader, with sleep mode on and wake on interrupt,and WDT in case it hangs up), a PIR motion sensor , and a CC3000 break out…... Listed under:
  566. Accelerometer powered LED dress
    Let's be honest for a moment, doesn't everyone want a dress that lights up at your very whim? No? Alright, well I do. It's pretty straightforward, though the programming gets a wee bit tricky. So pick up your pencil, sketch out a design and then we'll…... Listed under: ,
  567. Beacon
    In this tutorial you will learn how to turn any conductive surface into a capacitive touch sensor. This project illustrates how to use capacitive touch to turn on a motor (fan) and neopixel. In this example, all of the components were custom designed and built…... Listed under:
  568. Digital thermometer using arduino
    Digital thermometer using arduino and LM35. This article is about a simple three digit digital thermometer using arduino. Range of this thermometer is from 0°C to 99.9°C. There is also a provision for displaying the temperature in °F scale. Three terminal analog temperature sensor LM35…... Listed under:
  569. Making sound (noise) machines using Arduino
    As a part of being an artist in residence at Instructables, I took it upon myself to build of couple of noise machines / music boxes. My interest lies in designing objects that would enable people to explore the world of sound synthesis and for…... Listed under: , , ,
  570. Arduino powered voltmeter and temp gauge
    For a while I have been looking for a way of getting a reading of main and leisure battery voltage, and inside and outside temperature in the van. I spent ages on researching and found some bits here and there that might help, but nothing…... Listed under:
  571. Play Music using Arduino Esplora
    This example shows how to play notes on the buzzer mounted on the Arduino Esplora. Buzzers can generate different audio signals in audible frequency ranges. A note is an audio signal at a specific frequency. If you know the frequency of the notes you want…... Listed under: ,
  572. Servo Feedback Hack (free)
    This Instructable brought to you by the kind folks a Rachel's Electronics Visit  www.rachelselectronics.com  for cool electronics kits and breadouts! This hobby servo hack will add shaft position feedback by tapping into the servo's own internal potentiometer. The only parts that need are wire and…... Listed under:
  573. Object Tracking Robot
    In this tutorial I am going to post the step-by-step procedure to make a simple Object Tracking Bot. The main aim of this Bot is to follow the objects which are shown to it in 3D space i.e., x, y and z – axis (horizontal,…... Listed under:
  574. How to Send Message from GSM Module using Arduino
    The GSM stands for Global System for Mobile communications.  This is a global standard which is followed by the GSM modules inside the cellular phones which enables them to be connected with any mobile network around the globe. In certain applications the microcontroller based systems…... Listed under:
  575. MultiMovEDIA – Description of my Project
    The title “MultiMovEDIA” does not mean much – if anything – at first sight. However, looking at more carefully, we can see it is a composition of two words: “Multimedia”, referring to the information content and the channels it uses (text, image, sound), and “Move”,…... Listed under:
  576. Servo Motor Simulation via Arduino UNO
    Hey everyone. I hope you will be fine. As you know that last time, we had started Arduino UNO course and given you a brief introduction how to simulate the LED blinking via Arduino UNO and its implementation in proteus ISIS. Now, today we are…... Listed under:
  577. Web Client Repeating using Arduino
    This example shows you how to make repeated HTTP requests using an Ethernet shield. This example uses DNS, by assigning the Ethernet client with a MAC address, IP address, and DNS address. It connects to http://www.arduino.cc/latest.txt. The conent of the page is viewable through your…... Listed under: ,
  578. Temperature Display Using LCD
    Here is a Simple Temperature Display Circuit using LCD (Liquid Crystal Display). For Heat Sensor we have used IC LM35 (Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors) whose Output voltage is linearly proportional to the Celsius (Centigrade) temperature. Output of LM35 IC is 10mv/degree centigrade for eg if…... Listed under:
  579. Arduino Based Lie Detector
    We have previously posted the the project lie detector, now here is is also a lie detector using arduino. Here is a simple tutorial to build a simple lie detector which will give visual indication through LED arrangement whether the person speaks lie or truth. The project uses a…... Listed under:
  580. Easy Home Surveillance
    Everyone wants to keep their home secure. If zombies have swarmed your house, you want to know it's not safe to return, RIGHT? What better way to do this than to set up a surveillance system? Now it's easier than ever to have. And, you don't…... Listed under: , ,
  581. Lambda Calculus in a Can using Arduino
    You can get soup in a can. You can get bread in a can (*). Now the long wait is over! You can finally get Lambda Calculus in a can. Project LambdaCan is an amusing exercise in absurdity. It implements a reducer (interpreter) for the…... Listed under: ,
  582. Fritzing – The Ultimate Tool For Sketching Out Electronics Projects [Cross Platform]
    Despite sounding like an alcopop, Fritzing is actually an incredible bit of free software you can use to create circuit and component diagrams for use with rapid-protoyping electronics boards such as the fantastic open-source Arduino. As such, it’s open source too, entirely cross platform and…... Listed under:
  583. LCD Shifter for Arduino
    The original idea was to create a library that simplify the use of IC 74HC595 between Arduino and other hardware. In this Instructable I will share this to you using as example the control of a 16x2 LCD. The example will show on the LCD…... Listed under:
  584. Arduino 7 Segment LED Display and Counter – Tutorial #8
    This is a simple 0 to 9 counter circuit constructed using Arduino! Here, a common cathode 7-segment LED display is connected to Arduino for displaying the digits. The code (Arduino sketch) allows push button increment of the counter from 0 to 9. The whole circuit…... Listed under:
  585. Temperature Sensor DS18B20
    Electronic Brick, Waterproof and other Versions NOTE: There are different-appearing versions but they work the same. This is an electronic thermometer which has high accuracy over a wide range (accurate to ±0.5°C over the range of -10°C to +85°C) (Workable from -55°C to +125°C). You…... Listed under:
  586. Playfield :: Hardware :: Flippers
    If you are contemplating building your own machine, then you probably already know a good bit about how pinball machines work. It’s basically series of electro-mechanical events where a steel ball activates a switch, which in turn fires a solenoid that drives a mechanism, sending the ball off in some other…... Listed under:
  587. StrobeDuino – Computer-controlled RGB strobe/lamp
    After experimenting with Arduino and Processing serial communication i wanted to do something cool. I had some RGB LEDs lying around so i thought about making something with them. I ended up with a strobe/lamp controlled by a Processing sketch that receives the commands from…... Listed under:
  588. Arduino – Theremin with 7 Segment LED Display
    In this instructable, I will show you how to make a simple toy that combination of the LEDs flash and Theremin. We're gonna using some basic electronics built on top of an Arduino. The basic idea of 7 Segment LED Display was from Enjoying Electronics.…... Listed under:
  589. Arduino Air Cap-Sense Piano
    I recently got my shipment of 10 buzzers I ordered about a month ago, so as soon as I got them I was eager to make something fun with them, so I looked around a bit and searched for what to do with them, and…... Listed under: , ,
  590. Arduino multi-mode lamp with soft touch switch
    In this Arduino-based project, we will build a lamp with multiple light displays: color sequencer, dimming light, color chaser, firelight - all selected by a touch bar on the circuit board. All the functions are done in software, including the touch sensor, which is a…... Listed under: , ,
  591. The Transistor Menace – Questions regarding an Arduino rgb LED project
    I've been browsing this forum and the internet now for a couple of days and what I thought would be an easy side project turned into a (for me) quite complicated matter. I'm planning to build a mood light that consists of 12 common cathode…... Listed under:
  592. HSM-20G temperature & humidity analog sensor + Nokia5110 LCD
    Temperature and humidity measurement are always a nice addition to hobbyist projects. In my previous post, I’ve discussed the DHT11 sensor, which is capable of measuring both temperature and humidity. They are digital sensor and provide calibrated outputs with temperature and relative humidity. I’ve also…... Listed under: ,
  593. Arduino Binary Clock (hours, minutes and seconds)
    Hello everyone; I was looking for this project for a long time.  Finally I it it together with a lot of effort.  For this project you will need: [box color="#985D00" bg="#FFF8CB" font="verdana" fontsize="14 " radius="20 " border="#985D12" float="right" head="Major Components in Project" headbg="#FFEB70" headcolor="#985D00"] 1-  …... Listed under: ,
  594. Remote Controlled lunaring with Arduino
    Nothing puts the fun back into coding like watching your very own creations come to life in the physical world. Luckily, with the current glut of high-tech toys and electronic gadgets on the market, it's never been easier to experience the thrill of designing your…... Listed under:
  595. PC-350: Arduino Synthesiser
    Contents 1 Aim 2 Research 2.1 Experimental Musical Instruments 2.2 Interfaces 2.2.1 Arduino and Nintendo Wii Nunchuck 2.2.2 Arduino and Nintendo DS Touchscreen 2.3 Sound Out 3 User Scenario 4 Development 4.1 Requirements & Analysis 4.1.1 Components 4.1.2 What I Need to Do 4.1.3 The…... Listed under:
  596. Compact Protoboard Arduino type thing yea
    This ible is for the building of my small, almost matchbox size, arduino compatable board. As seen in this ible.. http://www.instructables.com/id/Pocket-Ardiuno-kit/ I experemented with the one in this ible to see how it can be impreoved, but the consept is the same and so is…... Listed under:
  597. Solar powered wireless Arduino based Geiger counter porject.
    Hello, I have plans to build myself a solar powered wireless Geiger counter using a RH Electronics Arduino IDE Geiger counter connected via a serial connection through a logic level converter to a 3.3V ATmega328P-AU Pro MCU with an ESP8266 serial WiFi tranceiver to send…... Listed under: ,
  598. Diverting surplus PV Power
    As mentioned on the Contents page, two different hardware platforms have been successfully used to support Mk2 PV Routers. [Update at 7/3/14:  Since writing this article, I have developed a new hardware platform which has been specifically designed  for this product.  The main board has…... Listed under:
  599. RS-232
    In this tutorial you will learn how to communicate with a computer using a MAX3323 single channel RS-232 driver/receiver and a software serial connection on the Arduino. A general purpose software serial tutorial can be found here. Materials needed: Computer with a terminal program installed…... Listed under:
  600. Arduino (optic fibre)
    I just brought a new lamp and after a week, I'm tired of looking at it randomly change colours between red, blue, green. What can you expect from a cheap lamp brought at 5$ . Looking at the lamp I realized that I could make…... Listed under: ,
  601. Arduino 2.4 GHz Spectrum Analyser
    This article describes a simple spectrum analyser for the 2.4 to 2.5 GHz Wi-Fi band. It's based on the Cypress CYWM6935 Wireless Radio Module. Although the manufacturer doesn't recommend it for new commercial projects, it is still widely available from eBay suppliers and Farnell here…... Listed under:
  602. Arduino Laser Show (adapted from NothingLabs’ Instructable)
    This project uses an Arduino, a pair of speakers, and a laser pointer to create a laser projector able to trace out designs in a dark room. To power it, I've cannibalized a PC ATX power supply capable of delivering plenty of current for the…... Listed under: ,
  603. Daox’s diy arduino thermal differential controller
    We have a great thread that contains lots of info on thermal differential controllers here. However, I wanted to start a thread dedicated to my own development of a thermal differential controller that I'll be using for my attic heat reclamation project. Tonight I setup…... Listed under:
  604. A Simple Bat Detector based shield for the Arduino Uno
    I've built a number of projects that have interfaced the output of the Simple Bat Detector with a microprocessor. The most recent was the BatLogger II. But I hadn't come up with an easy way for others to experiment with this idea ... until now.…... Listed under:
  605. How to make (and connect) a soft potentiometer
    This instructable will tell you how to make and connect a soft potentiometer to a microcontroller, in particular we will connect it to a Lilypad Arduino. In our case soft potentiometer means a potentiometer made of a textile conductive ribbon. What you need: 1. soft…... Listed under:
  606. Arduino UNO Tutorial 8 – NightLight
    In this Arduino UNO tutorial, we are going to use a Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) to create a simple childrens bedroom nightlight which turns on automatically when it gets dark and turns off when it gets light. An LDR's resistance changes depending upon the amount…... Listed under:
  607. 1 LED Game with Arduino Uno and an RGB LED
    Sometimes I just have those days where I really want to make something neat with the Arduino I have lying around, but I know I don't have the patience for a more involved project that'll take more than a day or so. This is for…... Listed under:
  608. LED aquarium lighting with an Arduino based PWM timer
    I bought a small aquarium (54l) as an impulse buy and I needed some lights for it, so naturally I wanted to use LEDs. I also needed a timer for the lights. I also wanted the lights to fade in and out when they were…... Listed under:
  609. Ground Tracking LED Longboard Mod
    This mod uses a custom designed encoder on one of the wheels to track where the longboard is on the ground and light up the LEDs so that the light pattern remains stationary on the ground as the board moves over it. To make doing…... Listed under: ,
  610. Arduino Clock using Standard Clock Display
    This is a relatively simple clock to build, in terms of the hardware required and in terms of hooking up all the wires. The complexity lies in the software, which I've conveniently included as part of this instructable 🙂 This instructable illustrates a few things:…... Listed under: ,
  611. Getting Things to Talk: Arduino + LCDs
    I spent the better part of the day on Saturday doing some more basic research into connecting an Arduino and LCD for this ongoing project. For the most part, it’s pretty basic and following the wiring diagrams and tutorials online is fine. I ran into…... Listed under:
  612. Arduino ISP – LOG
    Arduino ISP - LOG So this Lazy Old Geek (LOG) has had a lot of trouble getting Arduino bootload on Atmega chips. I couldn’t get either of these to work with Arduino UNO Rev3. http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoISP http://letsmakerobots.com/node/35649 So I developed a couple that worked for me:…... Listed under:
  613. Home Automation with Android and Arduino Yún
    The Arduino Yún is a WLAN capable development board featuring an ATMega microcontroller, as well as a separate chip running a small Linux distribution, making it a perfect candidate for home automation projects like in the picture below! This basic tutorial will show you how…... Listed under:
  614. Make an Atom Synchronised Clock from a 1950’s Slave Dial using Arduino
    One day while exploring the bric-a-brac at the markets, I stumbled across an old, Bakelite slave dial from the 1950's. Slave Dials are clock movements without the actual time keeping circuit. All they contain is the mechanism to drive the hour and minute hands, which…... Listed under: ,
  615. Make Electronic Dice using Arduino
    In this project we make electronic dice. Updated 18/03/2013 In this article you can learn how to make an electronic die (die is the singular of dice), using an ATmega328 with Arduino bootloader and a few inexpensive components. The reason for doing this is to introduce another…... Listed under: ,
  616. Knob
    Control the position of a RC (hobby) servo motor with your Arduino and a potentiometer. This example makes use of the Arduino servo library. Hardware Required Arduino Board (1) Servo Motor (1) Potentiometer hook-up wire Circuit Servo motors have three wires: power, ground, and signal.…... Listed under:
  617. Prototyping shield for Arduino Mega
    This is a down and dirty prototyping shield that will work for Arduino Mega's and there pin compatible clones. This is the first time i have made this board, but i have other projects i think this would be handy for. [box color="#985D00" bg="#FFF8CB" font="verdana"…... Listed under:
  618. LED Sun rise/set Arduino Proj
    I've been slowly working on this project for the past month or so. I finally have some time to share and post-up what I'm working on. I know there are commercial products available, but then what's the fun in that! What I want is a…... Listed under:
  619. Orange mePod
    Firstly, why would I make a music player when one can be purchased for so little and Apple iPods are so great?  Well, I'll tell you.  After several cheap MP3 clones have died due to their Lipo batteries and my cracked, inoperable screen on my…... Listed under:
  620. Remotely Controlled VGA Camera – Overview
    The idea behind this project was very straightforward: design an inexpensive remotely controlled system capable of taking still pictures and uploading them to a remote file storage with a camera to be activated by either remote commands or sensor events. And after numerous brain storms…... Listed under:
  621. Introduction: T.A.B.U. A Robot using Arduino
    To all other teens (I'm 16)  who have begun to pick up an intrest in robotics and electronics the following project will give you a great user-system to get started with. This is not for complete beginers, but after only 6 months of teaching myself…... Listed under: ,
  622. DIY Thermal Differential Controller – Part 4: Building Your Own
    In our last episode, I explained how I redesigned the controller from what I first thought I was going to do. Now, I am going to explain how to make your own thermal differential controller based on mine. As it is, this setup will only…... Listed under:
  623. CustomKeys using an Arduino
    CustomKeys is a customizable, Arduino-based, polyphonic synthesizer. The CustomKeys keyboard uses capacitive touch sensing - each key is made of a conductive material which, when touched, signals the synthesizer to emit a tone from the speaker. The CustomKeys library allows the user to choose an…... Listed under: ,
  624. Nerd++: Controlling Dioder RGB LED Strips with Arduino, Pt. 1 – Getting Started
    A few weeks ago, it came to my attention that IKEA do a set of colour-changeable LED strips. I’ve been looking for a decent way of providing some lighting behind my computer to reduce eye-strain for a long time, and these seemed perfect: I was…... Listed under:
  625. DIY- G-force measurement system
    So this time around, it’s another fun and functional microcontroller based DIY, a g-force measurement system with data logging to SD card. HARDWARE USED: 1) Arduino UNO w/ATmega328P 2) 3-axis accelerometer breakout 3) SD card 4) SD card breakout w/level shifting circuit 5) LED HOW…... Listed under: ,
  626. Autonomous Robot Part 3: Ghosty
    Introduction Ghosty is an autonomous little robot who is adventurous and loves to explore his surroundings. However, unlike a normal ghost, he doesn’t like to scare people. Instead they actually scare him! In our most current version of Ghosty, his vision line is based on…... Listed under:
  627. Animatronic Stargate helmet using Arduino
    I love the movie Stargate and when I first saw it I immediately knew I wanted to make one of the super cool Horus guard helmets. I had sketched multiple designs over the years and figured out several different methods for building it but rejected…... Listed under: , ,
  628. Arduino BiCMOS Curve Tracer
    Draw curve traces for both Bipolar and CMOS transistors using this hardware and free online software. Step 1: UpLoad and Plot Curve for NPN, PNP, NMOS, and PMOS The data for the transistor curves gets uploaded into any computer and can be plotted using SciLab…... Listed under:
  629. Arduino Laser Security Shield
    *** I AM THIRTEEN. I REALLY ENJOY PUTTING TOGETHER THESE INSTRUCTABLES. PLEASE SHOW SUPPORT BY VOTING FOR ME IN THE LASER CUTTER CONTEST - http://www.instructables.com/contest/epilog3/*** I started thinking about this project a couple of months ago now. A laser tripwire that can log when the…... Listed under: ,
  630. Arduino-based AVR High Voltage Programmer
    Update 01/02/09: A PCB version of this circuit is in the design stages – some preliminary information is here. Update 03/11/09: Kits based on this design are now for sale! Update 12/14/10: The original AVR HV Rescue Shield kit has been replaced by the new…... Listed under:
  631. SP0256-AL2 Speech With Arduino
    Here's the Arduino version of a project to use the General Instruments (GI) SP0256-AL2 vintage speech synthesis chip to say "hello world". I'd previously shown how to do this with a Basic Stamp 2. Here's what it sounds like saying, "hello world" 20101215_164333.mp3 How it…... Listed under:
  632. Robot shield for Arduino. Part 1 – Hardware and Schematic
    The idea behind this post is to bring together some robot designs and trasform them in a new device with new hardware and standard software (arduino of course) and so easier to use. These robots have three things in common: a mechanical structure, the hardware…... Listed under:
  633. Si4707 Hookup Guide
    Introduction Weather-band radio is an awesome public service provided in the US, Canada, and Bermuda. With hundreds of transmitting stations dotting the country, weather radio acts as the “voice of NOAA” (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). In addition to spouting out weather forecasts, weather radio…... Listed under:
  634. Arduino UNO Tutorial 6 – Rotary Encoder
    We have written a tutorial for Rotary Encoders using a Microchip microcontroller but now would be a good time to make an Arduino UNO version. With a rotary encoder we have two square wave outputs (A and B) which are 90 degrees out of phase…... Listed under:
  635. Arduino LEDs
    Description In this tutorial you will set up and turn on a single LED. Note that this code can actually be executed with just the Arduino and no other components as in Figure 5. If you notice, next to pin 13 is a tiny LED…... Listed under:
  636. Arduino Leonardo AVR Development Board
    Arduino Leonardo AVR Development Board is a microcontroller board based on the Atmel ATmega32u4. It offers 20 digital IOs (of which 7 can be used as PWM outputs and 12 as analog inputs), a 16MHz crystal oscillator, a micro USB connection, a power jack, an…... Listed under:
  637. Android Phone Controlled Robot using Arduino
    The Android phone that stays in your hand most of the time is useful in many other applications apart from Whatsapp, Facebook; appliances; monitor your health parameters. How it would be if it can control a Robot, which can assist in your daily work. With…... Listed under: ,
  638. Sending MIDI Messages
    Introduction If you completed any of the buzzer projects, you will know by now that there is much fun to be had in making the Arduino create noises. The only issue you might have had is with the quality of the sound. Since MIDI is…... Listed under:
  639. Servo powered peristaltic pump controlled by Arduino
    This instructable shows you how to make a pump using a servo motor and an Arduino Uno to transfer small amounts of liquids. The pump is a peristaltic pump which consists mainly of a motor, flexible tubing and a circular pump casing. Two rollers attached…... Listed under:
  640. DIY Microscope
    This Project Is A Part Of The Afrimakers Event http://www.afrimakers.org/ Introduction We used a simple cheap webcam to make a microscope. In short, a small hack to the optics of a standard webcam with an adjustable focus-lens, allows to create video data, with a magnification…... Listed under:
  641. Temperature Sensor 2 0
    Overview This board allows you to use a thermistor to measure the temperature of something. It is designed to be used to measure things in the range of 100C - 300C, but with the proper calibration and resistors, it can be adapted to any temperature…... Listed under:
  642. PhysComp: Mid-term Project – Instagram TUI – prototyping the interactive elements using Arduino
    The physical interface will consist of a 3×3 grid of push buttons that will correspond to a 3×3 grid of images in the Processing program.  Instead of a creating a 2D array of variables to correspond to the buttons’ postions in the grid, each location…... Listed under:
  643. Perfboard Hackduino ($8 Arduino-compatible circuit)
    Never again will you have to dismantle a finished project just to reuse an Arduino board! This tutorial will go through the steps involved in fabricating your own Arduino-compatible circuit using just ~$8 of parts (this includes the ATMega chip!). This is perfect for installing…... Listed under:
  644. Brushless DC (BLDC) motor with Arduino – Part 2. Circuit and Software
    In this post I will describe the hardware and the software part of a project involving the use of BLDC (Brushless DC) motor salvaged from a broken XBox 360. This is a second installment in the series of posts related to Arduino and brushless DC…... Listed under:
  645. Digital to Analogue Converter (DAC) DAC Theory
    A digital to analogue converter takes a series of digital inputs (a string of 1s and 0s, in our case there will be 8 of them like 10011001) and converts it into an analogue output. You see DACs in every digital audio device (MP3 players,…... Listed under:
  646. The DIY Arduino Telescope GOTO control project
    Why make your own Arduino control system? After completing my homemade telescope mount it was powered by a Meade DS motor kit. This system was extremely slow, underpowered and unreliable. It was also impossible for me to change the programming or maintain the system. I…... Listed under:
  647. Remote Controlled Switching
    Vision The aim of our project is to be able to control a electrical switching process using a remote.The idea is to come up with an alternative to the conventional electric switch boards, using a wireless control mechanism, in an economic way.In other words, an…... Listed under:
  648. Arduino Motor Shield
    We are not the first to make an Motor Shield for Arduino.  But could be that we are the first that make a Motor Shield with a minimum of flexibility. We are studing a WiFi robot with camera controlled by Arduino. The robot will be…... Listed under:
  649. Mobile Controlled Automation Using Arduino
    By this mobile controlled automation using Arduino you can perform switching operation of any load or device which is connected with the circuit. Before some days i posted about DTMF tone in mobile communication. Here i am using DTMF tone in this project. Visit following…... Listed under:
  650. Toaster Oven Reflow Technique
    Introduction This page describes how to reflow solder surface mount printed circuits using a cheap toaster oven. It owes a great deal to Nophead's Cooking with Hydraraptor blog post. The picture shows Sally Bowyer (Director, RepRapPro Ltd) preparing components for soldering in the oven. For…... Listed under:
  651. Small Arduino DMX controller
    In this post we show you how to make a small and useful Arduino DMX512 controller, which can use by example to handle a smoke machine with DMX, or as test equipment, etc… We can use Arduino Mega, Arduino UNO, and other with small changes.…... Listed under:
  652. Control a Furby with Arduino (or other microcontroller)
    The Million Dollar Furby: We can rebuild him. We have the technology. Continued from the previous Instructable where we excised Furby's primitive brain , it's now time to replace it with something greater. This Instructable will detail how to install a new microcontroller in place…... Listed under:
  653. Arduino Tri-colour LED Flasher Circuit
    This simple tri-colour LED flasher circuit is great for beginners. The three pin tri-colour LED is controller by an Arduino Uno and changed between three colours. This video shows the Arduino running a sketch that controls the tri-colour LED. Circuit Diagram for the Arduino Tri-colour…... Listed under:
  654. Tutorial 19: Arduino Dice
    In this tutorial you will build a dice that is shaken by holding the button in and thrown by releasing the button. The shake, throw and number thrown are animated and displayed on a seven segment display. A 74HC595 IC is used to interface the…... Listed under:
  655. Blink
    This example shows the simplest thing you can do with an Arduino to see physical output: it blinks an LED. Hardware Required Arduino Board LED Resistor, anything between 220 ohm to 1K ohm Circuit To build the circuit, connect one end of the resistor to…... Listed under:
  656. Tutorial 4: Arduino Knight Rider
    In this tutorial, eight LEDs are interfaced to the Arduino Uno board. This is not complicated – it is just like interfacing a single LED to the Arduino as done in tutorial 3, but eight times over. A program is then loaded to the Arduino…... Listed under:
  657. Tutorial 16: Arduino Clock
    In this tutorial, the Arduino displays the time and date on a LCD (optional) and in the Arduino IDE serial monitor window. A PCF8563 real time clock (RTC) IC is used to generate the time and date. The time and date can be set using…... Listed under:
  658. The Arduino Microprocessor Miniterm Project Pages: keattsd
    Navigation LCD_driver.c LCD_driver.h LCD_driver.h.out ball12d.php bojia.c bojia.c.out chenb.php doyler.php ellwangerk.php foo.txt frickd.php gamblec.php hurleyg.php keattsd.php littletonj.php panuskip.php parsonstc.php schrodere.php Here is keattsd Bluetooth SNES Controller Supplies I used the following supplies for my mini-term project: Arduino Uno microcontroller RN-42 bluetooth module USB A to B…... Listed under: ,
  659. Magic Light (Capacitance Sensor, First Arduino Project)
    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:
  660. Temperature Sensing using DS18B20 Digital Sensors
    Note: When referring to Arduino below, this works in the same way on the emonTx which is arduino-based. The DS18B20 is a small thermometer with a built in 12bit ADC; it can be easily connected to Arduino digital input. The sensor communicates over a one-wire…... Listed under:
  661. Arduino Tiny Relay Shield Project
    In this Arduino project, you will build a small relay shield from stripboard. The shield can have one or two relays fitted to it. Connect the Arduino and relay shield to your PC via a USB cable. Download the PC software and use it to…... Listed under:
  662. Arduino Platform – Interrupts Introduction
    Introduction This is my second article relating to the Arduino Microprocessor Platform. The first one was a simple implementation of the SIMON game using the Arduino. The article can be found here. For an introduction to the Arduino Hardware, see jeffb42's excellent articles, as there…... Listed under:
  663. Open Source Home Automation Project using Arduino UNO + Ethernet Shield
    This is Open Source Home Automation Project based on Arduino Uno and Arduino Wiznet based Ethernet shield. How Does it Work The main brain for this project is Arduino UNO Board along with Arduino Ethernet Shield to give it a wireless connectivity.Arduino runs a code…... Listed under:
  664. Arduino Buzzer Circuit
    This article and circuit diagram show how to connect a buzzer to an Arduino when the buzzer operates at a different voltage to the Arduino. The buzzer may operate at 9V, 12V or some other voltage. Arduinos such as the Arduino Uno operate from 5V.…... Listed under:
  665. Thermal Camera: Arduino UNO + MLX90614 IR Thermometer
    I  did the following steps: 1) Hardware: Connect the MLX90614 (refer to the datasheet) as follows: Pin 1 on MLX (SCL) connect to ANALOG pin 5 on Arduino Pin 2 on MLX (SDA) connect to ANALOG pin 4 on Arduino Pin 3 on MLX (VDD)…... Listed under:
  666. Arduino MicroBot Project
    Steps On the breadboard, build two bi-directional motor control circuits (also known as "H-bridge") circuits. These circuits will control the two DC motors that drive the wheels. Each circuit will have two wires from the Arduino (one for forward, one for backward) to control the…... Listed under:
  667. Blinkenlights
    Topics: Overview Hardware A Basic Schematic Diagram Resistors Reading Resistor Values Putting it Together Trying it out! More on Resistors and LEDs Software Comments Variables Procedures References Project 1.Overview As mentioned earlier, Arduino consists of two major parts: the hardware (the Arduino board) and the…... Listed under:
  668. GPS and GSM based Vehicle Tracking System Using Arduino
    This circuit is designed for tracking the location of vehicles. Most oftracking systems are made by using GPS. This is very simple and cheap. Tracking systems are mostly used by fleet operators for tracking a vehicle location, routing and others. This is a very good…... Listed under:
  669. Real Time GPS Tracker with Integrated Google Maps
    This project describes how you can build a mobile real time GPS tracker with integrated Google Maps. I began this project mainly to see if I can integrate all the different pieces of hardware and software to make a workable solution, and it took some…... Listed under:
  670. ArduDroid: A Simple 2-Way Bluetooth-based Android Controller for Arduino
    UPDATES  October 30, 2013 - 7PM (GMT+2) The new official name for this app is ArduDroid and it can be installed from Google Play. I changed the name to avoid a naming conflict with another app.   September 15, 2013: I Have won a Nexus…... Listed under:
  671. Build An Audible Memory Chest [Instructables How-To]
    If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series then we also bet you were pretty taken with Hogwarts headmaster Dumbledore’s pensive—the magical object that could not only store memories, but actually let people fall into and re-experience the events. This week’s Instructables How-To from…... Listed under:
  672. General Purpose Input Output Arduino Shield
    This example shows technique for calibrating sensor input and shows the sensor outputs by controlling LEDs and SSD, also shows how to monitor the state of a switch. Hardware Required 8 LEDS 2 push button switches 2 sliding switches 4-SSD with MAX7221/7219 LM35 Speaker Circuit…... Listed under:
  673. Stage 4: Complete Beginner’s Guide For Arduino Hardware Platform For DIY
    Contents 1. Background 2. Setting up Arduino Development Environment 3. Arduino Power Management 3.1 Powering Up Arduino Board 3.2 Output Power of Arduino 4. Indicators And Switches 4.1 LED 4.1.1 Working With Onboard LED 4.1.2 Connecting and Controlling External LED 4.2 Buzzer 4.3 Switches 5.…... Listed under:
  674. Arduino project: USB foot-operated mouse switch
    This foot pedal plugs into the Arduino case which plugs into your PC via microUSB cable. Arduino microcontrollers can easily be used to power fun projects like robots and even sending tweets to Twitter but they’re versatile enough to turn up in the strangest of…... Listed under:
  675. Stream support for the Arduino MQTT library
    MQTT is a lightweight messaging protocol for the Internet of Things. This post details the use of Stream support for large payload storage in the Arduino MQTT library. MQTT is a lightweight protocol, but that doesn't mean that the payloads have to be small. The…... Listed under:
  676. Technical Details of Logging Seawater Temperature
    Block Diagram This diagram shows the basic components required for collecting temperature readings from seawater and transmitting the data to a base station where it can be collated into a database for analysis. To the left is a schematic of 10 temperature sensors, spaced 1…... Listed under:
  677. Modifying an Arduino Mega and chipKIT Max32 for 5V Operation
    Max's Arduino Mega and chipKIT Max32 both require 9V external supplies, but he really wishes to power them from a single 5V supply. Well, nothing is simple, is it? I ran into a minor "gotcha" with regard to my Bodacious Acoustic Diagnostic Astoundingly Superior Spectromatic…... Listed under:
  678. Arduino Projects: Wireless Arduino
    Long-time readers will know I’m not one to promote trendy marketing phrases and certainly ‘Internet of Things’ or ‘IoT’ is right up there with the best (worst) of them. But the concept behind the phrase is worth understanding as it drives the next generation of…... Listed under:
  679. Making a RFID Card Reader with Arduino Yún
    Surya Mattu is a creative technologist who loves to make things. He’s based in NYC and working at ITP, a two-year graduate program exploring the imaginative use of communications technologies. Today he’s sharing with us how feasible it could be to build an RFID-controlled entry…... Listed under:
  680. Arduino Project 6: Web-controlled music player
    Our NetPlay project is built on a standard breadboard. In our previous Arduino masterclass we briefly introduced the Ethernet Shield an Arduino expansion board that adds Ethernet connectivity plus microSD card storage. We used that storage as the basis of a simple one-button digital audio…... Listed under:
  681. Simulating and controlling GE Color Effects Lights with Arduino
    Overview This project builds a Christmas lights controller for the GE Color Effects lights allowing programmed control of up to 8 sets of Christmas lights. Furthermore, it provides a function specific language for programming patterns for these lights and an emulation environment for testing the…... Listed under:
  682. Arduino Project 8: Stompy the robot (part 1)
    Our first Arduino robot called Rolly in our February issue proved to be a popular project. Powered by an Arduino Uno board it was easy to put together and cost very little. In this project we upped the ante again with our first walking robot…... Listed under:
  683. Tutorial: Arduino Motor/Stepper/Servo Shield – Part 1: Servos
    This post starts a small (or larger?) series of tutorials using the Arduino Motor/Stepper/Servo Shield with the FRDM-KL25Z board. That motor shield is probably one of the most versatile on the market, and features 2 servo and 4 motor connectors for DC or stepper motors.…... Listed under:
  684. Communication between a USB/serial device and an AVR (atmega/Arduino) microcontroller
    I have a device which provides a USB port. If I attach it to a Windows PC it is recognized as a "CP2103 USB to UART Bridge Controller". According to the device documentation, it should communicate in serial format at 38400bps.I have to talk to…... Listed under:
  685. Store Arduino data to Firebase database [Howto]
    The last few weeks I was playing with Firebase mostly because I wanted to get familiar with this technology. So at some point I thought that it will be a great idea to connect Arduino with Firebase. Imagine that you have a simple temperature sensor…... Listed under:
  686. New Arduino Project: Spectrum Analyzer?
    I've been reading a lot about receivers, and it sounds like one important thing is filtering. It makes sense too - simple receivers can suffer from front end overload due to a strong signal.  And when on the ham bands, you never know where that…... Listed under:
  687. Arduino Projects: Digital Audio Recorder
    Being able to capture sound, store it and play it over and over again never fails to leave me in awe of its pioneers, from Thomas Edison to Alan Blumlein, the British electrical engineer who, in 1931, invented ‘binaural recording’ – what we now call…... Listed under:
  688. Indoor Weather Station using Arduino
    Introduction In my first article using the Arduino 2009 board, I described a simple temperature sensor interfaced using Visual Basic. I have developed the board and Visual Basic code to give a fairly usable indoor weather station. Overall Operation The Arduino 2009 acts as a…... Listed under:
  689. Arduino Weatherstation
    At University, Alexander Zenger and I decided to realise a weatherstation with an Arduino Microcontroller. We wanted to measure temperatur, pressure and humidity. It should be also possible to get every 5 min a value update on an external server. Our basic idea was to develope…... Listed under:
  690. Arduino and Android Projects for the Evil Genius
    Since this book was written, Arduino 1.0 was released and Google has changed the Open Accessory standard a lot. At the start of December 2011 Arduino 1.0 was released. This changed a few things, requiring all third-party libraries to be updated. This hasn’t happened yet…... Listed under:
  691. 1B – Arduino Project – Perry the Predator Pillow
    The Team Kaitlin Schaer as scribe; Bryan Gardiner as tutor; Ruben Markowitz as designer; Anna Failla as integrator Introduction In a time where the logistics of sleep can be all too much to handle, there is a solution! There is a smarter pillow, a pillow that…... Listed under:
  692. Add a TFT Display to your Arduino projects (1.8 TFT SPI 128×160)
    In all my arduino projects I was using cheap 1602 LCDs mostly because… they are cheap but also of the libraries flexibility.  Recently I found a nice TFT 1.8 inch 128×160 in a very competitive price and i thought to give it a go.  Just…... Listed under:
  693. The E-Taster Assistance System with Lab-on-Spoon and Lab-on Fork as ‘Electronic Tongues’
    Subject: Daily life activities of food preparation can be challenging for consumers due to restricted skills and experience, loss of perceptive abilities (accident/aging) or due to product fraud and contaminations, commonly summarized under the term of food adulteration, which are exceeding human perceptive abilities in…... Listed under:
  694. Interfacing an Arduino with LCDs
    Introduction This is the second article in a three part series I am writing on the Arduino hardware platform. This article focuses on wiring an Arduino to a character LCD and a graphic LCD, and includes static and animated demos to show off the capabilities…... Listed under: ,
  695. Midi VU meter, LM3914, Arduino, PWM
    Hello everybody, I've been working on a midi controller for some time now, Midi OUT hasn't been a problem, but for Midi IN i had to take some more time. i've used this circuit for midi input but i've used a 4n25: original thread @…... Listed under:
  696. Arduino Event-Driven Universal AV Remote
    TL;DR - I wanted all of my AV components to turn on and change inputs as soon as I started Airplaying music to my Apple TV from my iPhone, so I popped open the Apple TV, wired up a photocell sensor to an Arduino Uno,…... Listed under:
  697. Android Arduino Communication through Modbus and Rs485
    In this post I’d like to describe you a project I’m working on that consists of connecting an Android development board to one (or more) Arduino slave(s) using modbus protocol and rs485. Even though the idea of this project could be applied in many fields,…... Listed under:
  698. Safe and simple AC PWM Dimmer for arduino / Raspberry pi
    Dimmer With  MOSFET This circuit shows that dimmers intended for use at mains voltage do not always have to contain a triac. Here, a MOSFET (BUZ41A, 500 V/4.5A) in a diode bridge is used to control the voltage across an incandescent bulb with pulse-width modulation…... Listed under:
  699. Arduino Distance Detector with a Buzzer and LED’s
    This is a simple guide on how to make a distance detector using an Arduino, a HC-SRO4 Ultrasonic Sensor, a Buzzer, and some LED's.  The ultimate goal of this tutorial is to use the buzzer and LED's to display how far the object is from…... Listed under:
  700. Displaying Arduino data
    Arduino temperature display I’ve had an Arduino-based weather station since June 2009, but one problem with it has been that there hasn’t been any easy way to display the data in real time without going to the database (or the raw import files) to see…... Listed under:
  701. Arduino – Cannot get ECG readings from heart, but I do when I poke at the leads
    down vote favorite I have a minor issue with my ECG. When I poke at the leads, I get a reading. But when I hold the leads or place it near my heart, I don't get anything. I'm pretty sure this is hardware related, but…... Listed under:
  702. Pololu Wixel Shield for Arduino User’s Guide
    1. Overview The Wixel shield seamlessly enables a wireless link (with a typical range of ~50 feet) to replace your Arduino’s USB interface, which means you can use the standard Arduino computer software to: wirelessly program the Arduino (this feature is not available with the Arduino…... Listed under:
  703. Stepper Motor Control System Based On Arduino With ULN2003 Chip
    Project Summary: This project uses ULN2003 chip to drive. The working voltage is DC5V. It is widely used on ATM machine, inkjet printer,cutting plotter, fax machine,spraying equipment, medical instruments and equipments, PC peripheral, and USB Mass Storage ,precise instrument,industrial control system,office automation,robot areas,etc. Bill of…... Listed under:
  704. How to make a Arduino LED Scroll Bar
    Today I want to make a LED Scroll Bar as the above picture showed. Ten LED strips can flash in different effects by using a control board. Required Components LED strip, Arduino Nano, Dupont line and a control board. So, how to make a LED…... Listed under:
  705. Traffic light and pedestrian crossing implemented with an Arduino
    This video shows the Traffic light and pedestrian crossing I’ve implemented with an Arduino. It’s a reproduction of the crossing near my home, timings taken from a video of it. Incidentally, I produced the diagrams for this using a product called Fritzing.  It’s a nifty piece of…... Listed under:
  706. Rain Alarm Project
    Water is basic need in every one’s life. Saving and proper usage of water is very important. Here is an easy project which will give the alarm when there is rain, so that we can make some actions and save the rain water. As a…... Listed under:
  707. RC Quadrotor Helicopter
    This project is a RC quadrotor helicopter (quadrocopter, quadcopter, quadricopter, etc). It's a RC helicopter that uses 4 rotors. You need some pre-requisite skills: How to use Arduino, enough to get started Soldering, wiring, basic electronic skills Basic hand tool operation A quadrotor helicopter flies…... Listed under:
  708. A Voice Shield for Arduino – Give Voice to your Ideas!
    The objective of this project is to build an Arduino voice shield to empower thousands of voice related applications! All this mostly thanks to an integrated ISD1790PY chip. This particular voice/TTS  feature can be useful to integrate voice messages in alarm systems, to implement generic…... Listed under:
  709. [FTC] Open Feathercoin ATM
    Open Fethercoin ATM is an open-source automated teller machine for education and experimentation. Based on John Mayo Smith’s OpenBitcoinATM which can be seen in action here A “voucher” is printed containing a private key QR Code that has been pre-loaded with the correct value of…... Listed under:
  710. Scooterputer
    I spend a fair amount of time zipping around town on my scooter, and thought it would be cool to add a voltage monitor to warn when the battery might need recharging. Waiting until the electric starter no longer works is somehow lacking. So after…... Listed under:
  711. Arduino Tutorial – Chapter 2.3: Schematic and Breadboard Diagrams
    Schematic Diagram You may remember, if you studied electronics as part of your science course at school, that there is a specific way of drawing circuit diagrams. Each component has a particular symbol (which may vary slightly depending where in the world you live) that…... Listed under: ,
  712. The LCDuino-1 I/O processor
    News - April 25, 2010: All future announcements and updates for the LCDuino-1 and related app modules (δ1 relay-based attenuator, δ2 relay-based input/output selector, and others) have moved to the new AMB DIY audio forum. We have an entire forum category dedicated to the LCDuino…... Listed under:
  713. Web Server with Two Temperature Gauges
    This project consists of two temperatures that are measured by the Arduino using two MCP9700 temperature sensors An Arduino Uno and Ethernet shield are set up as a web server that hosts a web page to display the two temperatures on two gauges. The web…... Listed under:
  714. How to Text Yourself when your DSC PC1550 Home Security System Alarms
    I have a home security system that was installed when my home was built in the early 1990’s. It is, or was until I modified it, a wired perimeter system with a single wired motion detector. The system is a DSC PC1550 and originally was…... Listed under:
  715. A lightning flash counter
    Many years ago, I think it was in 1997, I stepped into an interesting circuit on a book about high voltage [1]. It was the diagram of a simple "lightning flash counter" intended to help in designing lightning protections on power lines. The description was…... Listed under:
  716. Using an Arduino as a garage car parking sensor
    “M-my lord, it-it’s impossible to locate the ship. It’s out of our range.” – Nute Gunray We recently moved into a new house and as always the first problem to address was finding the optimal place to park cars in the garage. Ideally, we wanted…... Listed under:
  717. Gesture control car(robot) with Arduino and Android(bluetooth)
    Hi folks, Here's an interesting project for all you creative minds out there. We are going to build an android phone controlled RC car. Nothing could be more fascinating than remote controlled cars. This one uses Bluetooth for communication and accelerometer of the mobile device…... Listed under: ,
  718. GSM Home Security Alarm System with Arduino
    This project deals with the design & development of a theft control system for home, which is being used to prevent/control any theft attempt. The developed system makes use of an embedded system (comprises an open hardware microcontroller and a gsm modem) based on Global…... Listed under: ,
  719. Arduino RFID Reader RC522 + Access Control System
    I just received my RC522 RFID reader and made this simple Arduino access control system that uses the reader, a buzzer for the alarm and a relay shield for the security system. The relay can be used to open a door lock and if you…... Listed under:
  720. Fun With The Arduino Esplora: A Digital Picture Frame
    With this article I kick off my series on the Arduino Esplora board. Today's project is a nice (and cheap!) little digital picture frame that uses the Esplora's TFT Screen add-on. Materials Needed In this section you will find the materials that you need to…... Listed under:
  721. Rotary Encoder & Arduino
    I am not sure, but it was in year 1999, a non-stop (360 degree rotation) potentiometer found in a stereo music system confused me a lot. At that time, I failed to keyed out the strange potentiometer manufactured by ALPS. Later, I learned that it’s…... Listed under:
  722. Arduino based Bi-color LED Matrix Flappy Bird Game
    We have built quite a few projects using the Bi-color (Red and Green) LED Matrix Driver Module kits from jolliFactory and have published them as instructables here. Each of these modules uses two MAX7219 Display Driver ICs to drive a Bi-color LED Matrix. These ICs…... Listed under:
  723. Arduino based Electronic Queuing System
    This is a Queuing System project requested by a clinic asistant which allows the doctor enter number from a keyboard and display it on a 32x16 LED panel. This project uses two Arduino, the first Arduino functioned as a SENDER which included a PS2 keyboard…... Listed under:
  724. Digital Arduino Voltmeter with Temperature
    Step 1: The case I dug out an appropriate case from the dumpster, milled out a rectangular hole for the lcd, and drilled holes to mount the LCD and the Arduino. I used brass standoffs and fiber washers to prevent shorts. Then I gave the…... Listed under:
  725. Learning Sequential Logic Design for a Digital Clock
    This instructable is for two purposes 1) to understand and learn the fundamentals of sequential logic 2) use that knowledge to create a digital clock. Digital clocks have been built by countless electronics hobbyists over the world. So why have I chosen to implement that?…... Listed under:
  726. Homebrew Arduino Pulse Monitor (Visualize Your Heartbeat)
    Movies look cool with those EKG (electrocardiogram), the one that beeps and detects heart activities. A few months ago, we had to shoot a hospital scene for our school project. We needed an EKG instrument. To keep the movie authentic, we didn't want to fake…... Listed under:
  727. How to Build a (Piezo) Knock Sensor Circuit
    In this article, we go over how to build a piezo knock sensor circuit. A knock sensor is a sensor which produces a voltage in response to some type of physical stress such as a knock or vibration. This is why it's called a knock…... Listed under: ,
  728. Simulating Logic Gates
    Introduction This project is a simple way of using the Arduino to simulate the behaviour of logic gates. Logic gates are explained on this page. The project does not actually carry out the function of the logic gate, just turns a light on or off…... Listed under:
  729. Tri-State Logic
    Introduction So far we have sent one of two values to any Arduino output pin, either HIGH or LOW. This project shows how we can exploit a third state of the Arduino pins to reduce the number of pins needed to control LEDs. In the…... Listed under:
  730. Coin slot detector
    when your coin slot is exposed, this wearable hip-pack vibrates that area to make you aware of it. you decide to cover up, or let it all hang out. the coin slot detector is a simple way to tackle the complicated modern problem low-rise jeans…... Listed under:
  731. Polargraph Drawing Machine
    This machine, a variation on the hanging-pen plotter is a conspicuous and wilfully naive attempt to break out of the pristine, pixel perfect, colour-corrected space that exists inside our computers. It's a drawing machine, that takes a pen (a human tool) and uses it to…... Listed under:
  732. Turn your Arduino into a Magnetic Card Reader!
    Everyone has used a magnetic card reader, I believe. I mean, who carries cash these days? They're not difficult to get your hands on, either, and during a trip to my favorite local electronics shop, I found a bin full of these guys. So....of course,…... Listed under:
  733. Arduino Sous-Vide Cooker
    Sous-vide cooking allows you to precisely control the temperature of cooked food (how "doneness" is measured) by immersing it in a carefully controlled water bath. It's possible, but seriously difficult, to do this just with a thermometer and a pot on the stove... but if…... Listed under:
  734. Basic Projects using chipKIT Uno32
    Happy Tuesday, everyone! I tend to get excited about products that enable beginners to be really creative, and today’s product highlight is one I think is worth getting excited about! [video width="380" height="285" id="_63Mq6QMxxM&" type="youtube"] A few things that I really like about the shield:…... Listed under:
  735. Arduino Laser Tag – Duino Tag
    Duino tagger- General introduction Duino tag is a laser tag system based around the arduino. Finally a laser tag system that can be tweaked modded and hacked until you have the perfect laser tag system for office ordnance, woodland wars and suburban skirmishes. Laser tag…... Listed under:
  736. Wii Nunchuck Adapter
    This tutorial is for all those people who have an arduino and want to use there Wii nunchuck as an input device, but dont realy feel like cutting open the cord and ruining the nunchuck FOREVER!!!!!!!!well youve come to the right place! Step 1: Supplies…... Listed under:
  737. Flamethrowing Jack-O’-Lantern
    A flamethrowing jack-o'-lantern keeps the trick-or-treaters a safe distance from your house and is a fine addition to any anti-Halloween arsenal. At the first sign of any sugar-obsessed imp, simply press the trigger button and wirelessly shoot a one-second burst of flames out of the…... Listed under:
  738. Make a swimming Robo-Snake
    Sneel is the name of my snake / eel swimming robot. This is documentation of hardware, software and mechanical design of  Sneel_003. urethane flex tubing, microcontrollers, Zigbee wireless radio, hose clamps, wires, servo motors, titanium servo brackets, silicon, marine grease, epoxy, pond pump Sneel is…... Listed under:
  739. The EyeWriter 2.0
    The EyeWriter is a low-cost eye-tracking apparatus + custom software that allows graffiti writers and artists with paralysis resulting from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis to draw using only their eyes. The original design, as shown here, featured a pair of glasses as the basis for the…... Listed under:
  740. N: how to make a multi-layered acrylic and LED sculpture with variable lighting levels
    Here you can find out how to make you very own n as made for the exhibition www.laplandscape.co.uk curated by art/design group Lapland.More images can be seen at flickr This exhibition runs from Wednesday 26 November - Friday 12 December 2008 inclusive, and had a…... Listed under:
  741. Arduino-Controlled Robotic Drum
    For years I have been telling anyone who listens that I was going to build a robotic drum. Most people kind of shrugged indifferently. Even as I built it, most people kind of glanced over at it and conveyed doubtfulness. It seemed like no one…... Listed under:
  742. SITWAY
    You are never to old to learn and try new things. I think one of the best days in my life was the day I discovered the Instructables web site. It opened up a whole new world to me. This is my third instructable .…... Listed under:
  743. Arduino R/C Lawnmower (painted)
    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:
  744. Power Laces- the Auto lacing shoe
    Also, check out Power Laces: Version 2.0 Why wait until 2015? Inspired by 'Back to The Future II', this project is less 'Practical' than 'Proof of Concept', but hopefully it'll tide you over until Nike comes out with something more polished. This was also the…... Listed under:
  745. Sigh Collector
    Sigh v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Sighed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Sighing}.] 1. To inhale a larger quantity of air than usual, and immediately expel it; to make a deep single audible respiration, especially as the result or involuntary expression of fatigue, exhaustion,…... Listed under: ,
  746. On The Fly – Prototype II Final Report: Home Automation Framework
    Introduction: The Home Automation Framework project is a web application that can remotely control the electronic devices in one’s home using a web interface on a smartphone, tablet or desktop computer. The project facilitates ease of access and remote control of electronic devices for those…... Listed under:
  747. LED Cube 8x8x8
    Create your own 8x8x8 LED Cube 3-dimensional display! We believe this Instructable is the most comprehensive step-by-step guide to build an 8x8x8 LED Cube ever published on the intertubes. It will teach you everything from theory of operation, how to build the cube, to the…... Listed under:
  748. Cloud Sensor Base-Station
    What I want to do I want to create a platform with the capacity to control a large number of sensors and actuators necessary for the hydronponics system outlined in this wiki, and to serve as the central gateway to a cloud-enabled dashboard. The basis…... Listed under:
  749. Drawing on a 7×5 LED matrix with Arduino in C
    In my component drawers I have a LTP-7357AG, which is a matrix of 35 green LEDs conveniently packaged in a 12-pin display. I wanted to play with it so I began to hook it with my Arduino Uno. This post is part of a series about programming Arduino…... Listed under:
  750. DIY wattmeter with an Arduino
    DIY wattmeter with an Arduino It is difficult or sometimes even impossible to measure power and energy with ordinary multimeters. To carry out such a measurement reliable and accurate, a special wattmeter is required. Because these meters are very expensive, a cheaper solution is presented…... Listed under: ,
  751. The Viciously Simple Clap-ON Clap-OFF Circuit For Arduino
    Hi Everyone! I've had a few people ask about creating a simple clap-on/clap-off circuit using Arduino. Well those who are interested are now in luck. The software in this instructable is simple and well commented. The schematic is simple, and the components are easy and…... Listed under:
  752. Arduino car LCD display
    Here is a project I made a couple of years ago for my father’s car. The original dashboard’s info-panel which displayed current time, date and temperature was working only partly – and that only after a good cleaning and connector fastening. In other words –…... Listed under: ,
  753. Automatic Home surveillance system using arduino(simple and cheap)
    The goal of my project is to achieve Automatic home surveillance system without any manual interference. In general other surveillance system it is necessary to power ON TV and camera receiver every time. And also it needs to any user input to view who is…... Listed under:
  754. GESTURE VOCALIZER FOR DUMB PEOPLE INTERACTIn ION
    To establish a communication or interaction with Deaf and Mute people is of utter importance nowadays. These people interact through hand gestures or signs. Gestures are basically the physical action form performed by a person to convey some meaningful information. Gestures are a powerful means…... Listed under:
  755. Solar Panel Battery Charge Controller Using Arduino
    This is an updated version of Solar Panel Charge Controller Using Arduino. Solar Panel Battery Charge Controller Using Arduino Pictures of Power box and Arduino solar charge regulator: Charge Regulator with Power Box Connections to Regulator Inside the Box The output voltage of the ACS712…... Listed under:
  756. LED firefly Jars
    There's a nice charm to fireflies in a jar—except for, you know, all the dead bugs afterwards. I decided to make a bunch of fake fireflies in real jars for decoration at an outdoor event. The fireflies are yellow LEDs controlled by a small ATtiny45…... Listed under:
  757. Accelerometer Controlled Robot
    Most of industrial robots are still programmed using the typical teaching process, through the use of the robot teach pendant. In this paper is proposed an accelerometer-based system to control an industrial robot using two low-cost and small 3-axis wireless accelerometers. These accelerometers are attached…... Listed under:
  758. Bluetooth Controlled Robot
    In this proposed system we going to construct a basic DC motored robot which we are going to control with android app easily available on google play store named bluecontrol. With Basic mobility of robot like forward, Reverse, left, right we try to implement four…... Listed under: ,
  759. Arduino Project: Intervalometer for Fuji cameras
    This post is about an arduino-based intervalometer I built for my camera, a Fuji S9600 dSLR. I decided to go for a very simple interface: a rotary switch in the middle of a plastic box which would allow me to select 12 pre-defined intervals. I…... Listed under: ,
  760. Automatic Garden Watering Device – Arduino
    As part of the Content Creation course for my MLIS degree (Our class blog: http://scumakers.wordpress.com/ ), I needed to come up with a final project and wanted to learn to use an Arduino. In the end I came up with this device to automatically sense…... Listed under:
  761. Arduino Hygrometer
    I am building an automated irrigation system for my vegetable patch. This will be a system that monitors the soil moisture level and then turns on a pump to send water to my garden according to the detected moisture level. The water is coming from…... Listed under:
  762. Make a Web Connected Robot (for about $500) (using an Arduino and Netbook)
    This Instructable will show you how to build your own Web Connected Robot (using an Arduino micro-controller and Asus eee pc). Why would you want a Web Connected Robot? To play with of course. Drive your robot from across the room or across the country,…... Listed under:
  763. Arduino Motor Party
    In this instructable I will show you how to throw an Arduino motor party. I will also be giving away an Arduino Mega, Arduino Uno, and an Arduino Pro Mini. (Details at the end) Step 1: Assembly + Code You'll need a handful of motors…... Listed under:
  764. Send SMS from Arduino over the Internet using ENC28J60 and Thingspeak
    This Instructable explains how to send an SMS from an Arduino using the Internet. There are many ways to approach this and I will explain one of the different methods used to accomplish this task. Some major points needed for my project: I have a…... Listed under:
  765. Washer Dryer Laundry Alarm using Arudino & SMS Text Messaging Alerts
    Have you ever wished there was a better way to be notified when your laundry was done? Have you ever forgotten a load in the washer because you couldn't hear the buzzer and your clothes became smelly and moldy from sitting there for too long?…... Listed under: ,
  766. Converting infrared to RF signals with Arduino
    In this project we will show you how to switch on and off the power sockets box with an IR remote. Not only the power sockets box, but other RF receivers can be switched on and off with the same IR remote as well. We…... Listed under:
  767. How to Make a Wireless Path Tracking System Using Mouse, XBee and Arduino
    The applications of microcontroller are not limited to control simple electrical or electronic device but they are widely used in robotics and automotive industries nowadays. From simple rear view mirror control to complex engine control functions are done by the microcontroller. The microcontroller can even…... Listed under:
  768. How to Transmit Mouse Data Using Xbee with Arduino
    The PS2 mouse is an input device which can communicate with a host device using the PS2 protocol. It can be connected to a host device using the 6 pin mini DIN connector. The mouse will continuously give output which can be decoded to get…... Listed under:
  769. How To Save a Text In The EEPROM of The Arduino
    A microcontroller might need to store its data like sensor value, or a particular count or image data for a long period of time. The most common type of memory used with the microcontroller based systems is EEPROM. The EEPROM stands for Electrically Erasable Programmable…... Listed under:
  770. Drawing an Arduino Circuit Diagram
    I've had an Arduino Duemilanove now for a couple of weeks. If you're not familiar with the Arduino, it is "an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software". It has a small microcontroller, a USB port to connect to your computer…... Listed under:
  771. Generate Random Number using Arduino
    A random number generation is very important in computing devices which helps them to do task in random manner. The applications of random number generation can be found in shuffling the audio files in an audio player, in almost all kind of digital games, generating…... Listed under:
  772. Augment a Moog Etherwave Theremin
    I'm going to go through my process of hacking a Moog Etherwave Theremin. I created a new acrylic top, partially sanded to be translucent in certain areas, and created my own circuit around an ATMega168 Arduino Bootloaded microcontroller which is stealing a control voltage from…... Listed under:
  773. Project Suite Bros: Voice Activated LED Friendship Photoset (Arduino, Bluetooth, Crafts)
    (and partner-in-crime, Abbie). Now, I'm off to the next stage of my life, so I decided to build this friendship photoset for Kevin and Briton to remember our golden era. We called ourselves: "The Suite Bros". This project is actually an extension of the "Voice…... Listed under:
  774. Arduino Garage Controller
    Although there are many garage door projects on Instructables using Arduinos, I needed/wanted something different. Last year, we had a warm summer and when I would come home after work, I would leave the garage door open about 1 foot so it could cool off.…... Listed under:
  775. Arduino based Drone Quadricopter
    [gallery ids="19920,19921,19922,19923,19924,19925,19926,19927"] arduino based Drone Quadricopter It's a tiny quadrotor helicopter! Update Feb 25 2012: Warning, I may have discovered a bug inside the CadSoft EAGLE 6.1.0 software that may make the PCB look slightly different. My design files are meant for 5.11 so use…... Listed under:
  776. Project: Cleaner robot using Magician Chassis, Arduino, distance sensor and hand sweeper
    This is a cleaner robot so you can give to your mommy or just use to clean your bedroom =P. Material List: 1x Arduino UNO R3 1x Magician Chassis 1x Shield Motor Driver (Shield 4Power) 1x Distance Sensor 1x Servomotor 1x Hand Sweeper 1x Battery 1.…... Listed under:
  777. Arduino-Based Shadow Alarm
    Shadow alarms are usually used for protection against theft. A shadow alarm is a device that sounds an alarm when a shadow falls on it.Described here is a simple circuit of an arduino based shadow alarm.This compact shadow alarm unit is capable of sensing a…... Listed under:
  778. Arduino Bicycle Alarm and Lights
    This alarm is a good way to alert you if somebody messes with your bike. I had a bicycle stolen a while back and decided there had to be a better way to keep my bike secure. When I searched for bicycle alarms, all I…... Listed under:
  779. How to Use IR Remotes with Arduino (Current and Updated)
    I'm tired of these complicated tutorials on how to use certain things. I like simple, easy to understand, step by step instructions. My biggest problem was with IR and POV*. I've finally mastered how to control my project with any TV remote in a few…... Listed under:
  780. ARDUINO Burglar Alarm Using Infrared Emitter-Detector pair
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  781. Arduino for Photographers: Building a Universal Intervalometer
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