Connect up to 10 buttons using a single interrupt.
The famous connected button to order your favorite drink using Sigfox network.
A simple game using Arduino Uno, 16x2 LCD and a push button.
Why make a button with a single function (a la Dash purchase) when you can make it do ANYTHING? Customizable online at any time via IFTTT!
this project uses a touch sensor to turn on and off an led on pin 13.
Our project is a microcontroller that plays 4 different melodies/songs depending on which button you press.
This project allows you to draw your own controller to be used with anything. It utilizes capacitive sensing and graphite's conductivity.
This combines a two-axis joystick, a three-axis accelerometer, and two buttons into one package.
A small game in which the player must match the sequence to earn points. The game ends when the time runs out.
This toy consists of 4 buttons, 4 LEDs 5 potentiometers and 1 speaker. Toddlers can turn, slide and push to change the lights & sounds.
One of the main problems for age people is keeping their balance. How can we make a cheap, reliable device with a minimum monthly payment ?
Simply press a button to request an Uber ride! Isn't that cool?
Transform your mediocre Jack-In-The-Box into a fun mechatronics project with an Arduino, Rotary Encoder, Servo Motor, and more!
This project lets you write on an LCD using Morse code.
This Android app turns your MetaWear into a 911 Alert button, think LifeAlert! (or a do anything BLE button!)
Use a multiplexer IC to break out four GPIO pins into 16 outputs. Perfect for an ATtiny project!
CR2032 coin battery and ATtiny are small enough to fit inside a LEGO Duplo brick. Hmm... Let's create something to play.
Build a panic button with NXP's Rapid IoT Kit.
Playing with toy cars and buttons has never been so fun!
Raspberry Pi Zero, flashy lights, PIR sensor, Tardis sound.
This portable device is a dedicated time tracking device to help manage your time. Multiple photons are used to set up automatic triggers.
A propellerhead is defined as "an enthusiast of technology and especially of computers." If you're here reading this, you know this is you!
Challenge yourself with this totally not ergonomic Guitar Hero controller!
The purpose of Gen 2 is to help move a patient's wrist that has been damaged from an accident by pulling their hand.