This is Mobile Phone Detector System which is designed on KiCAD software and printed PCB is bought from JLCPCB.
Just a normal mouse which will give you true feeling of gun firing in games.
The same feel of the traditional dice given a modern makeover using the awesome Arduino
This project is fun, easy, and keeps you healthy
Handheld and portable game console; 5 retro classic games; It is very fun to build your game console kit.
Do you want to build a Robot that can walk dance and sing for you! Then this is the ultimate guide that can help you through.
Bring fun to a party with this portable lights device.
Arduino controlled solver for a marble labyrinth. The algorithm will controll the X- and Y-axis of the maze and moves the marble to the end.
I have never been a supporter of drag and drop but MakeCode may have just converted me.
Private Packs instantly calms and comforts vaginal dryness from menopause.
A simple LCD screen game where you jump over hills and duck under crows with buttons.
"Lottery Winner" for Arduino creates a sequence of non-repeating pseudo-random numbers for lottery or other applications.
An update of the older version of the keyboard.
Now it doesn't require switches on your breadboard, you can use your pc keyboard.
KureBas V2.0 has manual mode and obstacle avoiding mode. He has a gripper, WiFi camera and new application that's produced for him.
As a musician and music passionate, this little Keyboard is my first (but not last) Arduino project.
Hope you have fun with it :)
I built a gun that shoots out a narrow beam of ultrasonic audio. The sound can only be heard by people inside the narrow beam.
One year ago I built a simple Arduino dice with my son. We have learned a lot in the meantime and it's time for an update...
The classic whack-a-mole game using LED lights and a joystick.
Create a digital inventory of your trading/collectible cards using Lego and a Raspberry Pi.
Halloween is near, so grab your Arduino, make an EMF detector and play with it.
Showcasing our spot welder, which is controlled by an Arduino Nano.
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the 80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Very basic obstacle avoidance robot that I used to introduce my 9 yo nephew and 7 yo niece to robotics...
A fun pocket-sized travel game for any age. Try your luck and make the light stop on the green LED.