Poems displayed on LCD via Arduino.
Using the power of a winning idea, an MKR1000, and a TLC5940 to add RGB lighting to my workspace.
A 3D printed Hummingbird automata I designed and assembled for my wife.
Our project turns environmental data (temperature, humidity, sound) into beautiful works of mathematical art.
A QR generation library was ported to the Arduino UNO and Seeed LCD touchscreen platform. Displays time with seconds. Very distracting.
LED Pixel Wall of Recycled Water Bottles + PixelController + PixelPusher
Let's pick magic chimes out of the air with a LIDAR scanner and an Arduino.
SURFACE X is an interactive installation focusing on the moment when the self-created digital and our physical identities collide.
In this project, we’ll use RGB LEDs, an environment sensor, and an Arduino Nano to send a message or make an alarm with colored lights.
Sexy bra using Arduino MKR1000, Neopixels, and controlled from your smartphone.
Do you want to create your own robot? Then this is your best guide. This is a smart robot controlled by an Android app so easy to build.
Camera trigger powered by Arduino MKR1000 and controlled by the app. Let the algorithm take the best shots.
A Bluetooth-enabled glove that encodes finger movement into MIDI signals and a Python GUI that creates a virtual MIDI port for synthesizers.
Forget boring old snowglobes, and build a swirling storm using magnetic stirring and LED lightning effects.
Using a blue laser and phosphorescent paper to illustrate what it means to sketch a sine wave around a circle.
A clock that let you read the time, for real!
The work combines art and electronics. The art part makes the skeleton and consists of 11 layers of medium density fiberboard.
Create a light-sensitive, star-shaped RGB LED nightlight for your kids, your family, your friends, or even yourself!
A timepiece that allows to stop and think about the essence of time, and also a fun project to build!
Build a 6x6 grid with an MPR121, expanding possible inputs from a mere 12 to 36!
This instruction will show you a simple construction to use a controlled laser beam for projecting nice figures on a wall.
Data from 2 rotary switches are sent to a webpage. It draws lines using HTML5 canvas with PHPoC Shield for Arduino like the Etch A Sketch.
A sequential LED lights that come and go.
It's not a light bulb, it's three LEDs attached to what (sort of) looks like a light bulb. All controlled by a mini-touch kit.