Applying an analogy of evolution to the building of more and more complex robots. Starting with a simple blinky project
Light fight is a game in which two players compete and the winner is the person who presses more correct buttons based on a control light.
Building a bridge between Cloudflare and nodemcu.
UltrasonicEyes is a fun and quirky project you can place somewhere and watch as it looks at things moving around in front of it. Freaky!
Mechanical tulip sculpture that blooms with just gentle touch and can shine into any color of a rainbow.
You will learn how to use the RGB LED with Arduino to obtain different colors.
LED strip controller, based on the NodeMCU, complete with a 3D printed enclosure and a PCB carrier board.
Simulate a traffic light using an Arduino and LEDs! This project is super cool to watch and easy to make!
An ultimate tutorial for beginners on how to connect and use an ESP8266 via Arduino and program it to blink an LED using the Blynk app.
If there will be no traffic on the other signal, one shouldn’t wait for that signal. System will skip that signal and will move on next one.
Use only 3 wires to control an infinite number of 7-segment single digit displays!
You will lean what PWM is and how you can get the PWM output from the digital pins of Arduino using analogwrite() function.
LED voltmeters are a cheap source of 7 segment displays and can easily be repurposed.
A real-time blink in a IoT platform that's easy to use and easy to understand.
This is my try on a freeform circuit and this is inspired from the PCB version.
This project shows how to connect a DHT11 sensor with a NodeMCU and check temperature/humidity.
Exploring the simplicity of the 555 timer through a simple astable mode circuit to make an LED flash.
How to blink multiple LEDs at different rates on Arduino-like boards using threads in just a few lines of code... the magic of Zerynth!
Using a SparkFun Badger, this converts a standard bicycle wheel into a spinning display of patterns
Light up an LED!
Build a simple LED throwie, then make it smart with an Arduino.
That is a tutorial on Chip and her backpack, Pocket CHIP. What is CHIP? CHIP is the smallest Linux-based computer. Let's blink an LED!
In this tutorial, you are going to learn about interfacing the button with Arduino using the Arduino digitalRead function.
TrainLight hangs on the wall and subtly tells you at a glance which nearby transit lines will get you to your destination fastest.