A musical Geiger counter.
Anyone can go to the store and get flowers! Use an Arduino and some lights to make them magical!
Build a 6x6 grid with an MPR121, expanding possible inputs from a mere 12 to 36!
Forget boring old snowglobes, and build a swirling storm using magnetic stirring and LED lightning effects.
A clock which rewrites time again and again.
Generative art using the InkPlate e-ink display from Crowd Supply. Recycled Kindle screens FTW!
Give your tree some geek cred and build your PCB skills with this Shimmering Snowflake PCB Ornament.
Place several screws into their respective locations to build a song, then simply let the large wheel turn to trigger some notes!
We use an Uno to control 36 servo motors and create digital animated artwork.
What'd it be to interact with people using 'social media features' in real life? There's a wearable that explores exactly that!!!
An Arduino-based robot drummer. It works with a transistor noise-generator and an arrangement of servos hitting a can and a pair of piezos.
Lights and sound orchestrated by a web interface inside a sculpture filled with "liquid glass" epoxy.
Mechanical tulip sculpture that blooms with just gentle touch and can shine into any color of a rainbow.
It's a Stargate PCB for your desktop—engage those chevrons and establish a wormhole!
The Plotti Botti is an XY plotter attached to a whiteboard, which can be controlled by anyone via LetsRobot.tv.
Original glowing ornament for your Xmas tree. It's made from brass rods wired by a freeform method and contains 18 glowing LEDs.
What if a page of a literature novel can be used as the source to create some sort of electronic music? Here you have BookSound machine.
Build your own version of Banksy's "Self-Destruct Artwork Frame."
The dragonfly was a collaboration between many many people. These wings are all that remain after it was burnt at Burning Man...
An outfit made of Martian material. It provides awareness of its environment. Let's protect the Earth even if we can move to Mars.
Giant plasma balls on your shoulders that arc electricity when touched.
An Android Things-powered clock that allows the user to actually READ the time! Control it via Nearby API or through voice commands.
With the aid of a functional and dreamy bracelet, your nails light up and twinkle!
Using Windows 10 IoT Core's new Lightning API, I built a Face Plotter.