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Arduino Uno vs. Mega vs. Micro

Arduino Uno vs. Mega vs. Micro: Which One Should You Use?

The popularity of Arduino boards has skyrocketed in recent times, thanks to the growing demand for automation in the market. These microcontrollers have become the go-to option for beginners looking to embark on their project-building journey, offering unparalleled ease of use and a wide range of options. Arduino has released several common boards that make […]

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Rome Ambassador kit with an Arduino Uno

Discover the MakerFaire Rome Ambassador kit with an Arduino Uno limited edition

MakerFaire Rome, for the first time gathering makers from all over Europe, is coming up and the clock is ticking while the Call for Makers closes next 2nd of June. That’s why we thought to launch a call for collaboration to local hubs, makerspaces and fablab into helping us spreading the word. If you are

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Arduino RainBoard

RGB LED Rainbow Fader using an Arduino

Introducing the RainBoard: A simple RGB LED Rainbow fader using an Arduino Uno and a few simple components. Believe it or not, we will control 45-channels of RGB LEDs at 32 brightness levels using only 3 digital pins from the Arduino! How is this possible you ask? By using two magic concepts: Shift Registers, and

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The CelloBot Robot Design Controlled by an Arduino Uno

The CelloBot (Robot Design Controlled by an Arduino Uno)

Hello, I’m Andre and this is how you can build and design your own robot with dancing features. This robot was designed as a team project for my junior design class at Georgia Tech. The entire system is completely controlled by an Arduino Uno microcontroller, with various user interface devices. The fundamental components to the

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