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Submitted projects (60)
A smart OLED-based identity card.
Fitting the "legacy" theme of the year and using their logo we built a wooden badge that contained over 200 individually animated LEDs.
It's an addon that looks like a fly with blinkenlights.
A two part codebook.
John is a development/diagnostic platform for the #badgelife SAOs. It's a badge in the shape of a toilet running Micropython.
Give some Energon to bring it to life... Autobots, roll out!!
A hardware bee that's entirely made out of electronic components. It moves around making a buzzing sound and its wings glow in the dark.
A badge which will glow according to your heart beat
In this article we will learn how Magnetometer sensor works and how to interface it with a microcontroller like Arduino.
PixelPad Indian is an electronic badge based on an ATmega32U4 microcontroller, which comes with many built-in features!
An artistic PCB used as BSide Vancouver 2019's conference badge.
A "Lucky Cat" version of Prince OSHCat SAO.
Infinity Badge for the Infinite People with Infinite Power.
A badge to flash LED and play tone with adjustable tempo/blink rate.
Wearable fabric IoT badge, designed to disappear discreetly into your clothing.
Little badge with some orange LEDs and fancy RGB face.
A wolf-shaped badge with blinking eyes for Cub Scouts to learn the basics of circuit board assembly and some basic circuit components.
A friendly alien has come to visit us in their spaceship. With flashing eyes and running lights.
This badge has nice blinking RGB LEDs. This was made to teach people how much fun soldering is!
This awesome badge lets you turn any semi-conductive household item into a game controller!
This badge has different modes (Infrared, 433MHz, chiptunes and torchlight) that you can switch between. Can spoof RF/IR w/ 4 save slots.
An introduction-to-soldering mermaid badge with rainbow LEDs in her hair.
An IMU coupled with an ESP32 PICO D4 BLE WiFi chipset in coin form for AI gesture recognition
A freeformable IR remote-controlled LED circuit. An all-in-one applicable DIY light chaser with Arduino-controlled patterns.