A micro game with Color LED matrix where the pixels used for the entire game are about those of a single sprite of the original invader.
Colorimeter\Color recognition\Color overlay
A freeform interactive snowflake animated by Arduino Nano. Using 17 independent PWM channels and touch sensor it can create awesome effects!
Making an Infinity Gauntlet to interface with my Artificial Life project.
I found limited documentation on the usage of a color sensor I recently purchased, so here is my attempt to make it more simple.
A unique spin on a classic project!
Teach Baby colors while feeding them nutritious foods! This is a custom game where colors are the controls!
Copy colours from outside environment.
A little tidbit on how to make smooth, step based colour transitions for RGB LEDs in Johnny-Five!
Dear friends,In this Tutorial we are going to build an Arduino powered Game. It is the classic Pong Game! You can play against the co...
A colour changing lightsaber based on Arduino technology.
A fully automatic process that will generate realistic colorizations of black & white (B&W) photos and videos with OpenCV/CNN technics.
Color is king... especially when it is under $10 and the ILI9341 is particularly easy to interface using Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
An awesome open source, 3D-printed vase stand with addressable RGB LEDs that fade between selectable colors to light up your life.
TCS3472 color recognition module can distinguish different colors of objects, and map the colors to pitch through algorithm
Ever wanted a car the drives semi-autonomously? There you have it! You only need two diffrent colored lines and it easy to programm it.
This IR Proximity Sensor can be used for obstacle sensing, color detection, fire detection, line sensing etc and also as an encoder sensor.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about the TCS230 sensor and how to use it with Arduino to recognize colors.
The ultrasonic sensor detects objects and lights up Red, Yellow or Green LED based on its position.
Adding RGB to an original Xbox with Arduino!
Tracks circular objects of certain color and calculates the position of objects.
This comprehensive test box uses the Grove Sensor Starter Kit to complete some interesting experiments.
This robot follows the color with Pixy2 Camera.