Learn how to send messages to and from Amazon Web Services using the PIC-IoT and AVR-IoT development boards from Microchip.
A mobile radar unit that scans an area and displays a message to people who are too close.
Use a 64x64 LED matrix, along with a couple of encoders and a button, to play Connect Four against an opponent in real-time.
Use two rotary encoders to draw whatever picture your heart desires, and then shake it to erase the image — just like the real thing!
Working from home? Build a web-controlled LED tower to announce to others when you don't want to be disturbed.
For those of use fortunate enough to be able to work from home, this device will hopefully help!
Use the ATmega328P's 8-bit timer and prescaler to implement custom timed events, rather than relying on millis() or delay().
A fully functional battery powered Pi Zero IoT notification scroller in a cassette tape!
Running out of ports on your Meadow? Learn how to use a 74HC595 IO Expander to connect more things using Meadow.Foundation.
Play Pong with a friend without the need for a screen.
Every hardware Jedi has to build their own lightsaber. Here’s how we built our RGB Arduino saber.
A unique spin on a classic project!
Give your tree some geek cred and build your PCB skills with this Shimmering Snowflake PCB Ornament.
Try Meadow. Foundation, a powerful platform to build connected things quickly and easily with Meadow F7 Micro.
Use your hand to control the height of a pixel, and then navigate through a map full of obstacles to avoid. Get to the end to win!
Setting up a local, voice-controlled smart home solution for controlling a Philips Hue lamp without need for internet? Yes, it's possible.
Construct a 20 x 15 LED matrix to display cool graphics and text while allowing for future upgrades.
Feel Bored while Monitoring water tanks in our Houses to avoid overflow and wastage of water? This Simple project can solve these Problems.
A homemade night vision camera mash up built with the Raspberry Pi Zero W, Pimoroni HyperPixel and an IR camera.
NeoPixels are great fun to work with. LED cubes are also very visually interesting. Let's look at creating a PYNQ-controlled one!
As a request from an athlete friend to build cheap yet effective device to improve reaction training I came up with this!
Send simple Bluetooth queries to control your MATRIX Voice's LEDs.
Use Python to program some sweet ground-effect lighting animations for the Hackster Glowboard! Powered by the BBC Micro:bit. ✨
This little lightbulb turns on when you have a EUREKA moment! Ft. the new TinyCircuits accelerometer and NeoPixel-compatible LED.