A devious device with a single purpose, confusing whoever looks at it!
A system based on Bolt IoT which lightens LED to indicate the temperature range whether it is normal, in-between or extreme.
Build and control an array of RGB LEDs using your hand gestures and magic (i.e., IR sensor craft)!
CPU stress detector detects the stress levels that your PC feels.
A little information about capacitor and a small project without Arduino.
This is the management system that we can use in our school store.
Imagine opening your door and the room immediately illuminates to greet you or to inform you of any other visitors.
In this video, the main focus is to make a system which will give a notification as and when there is change in temperature.
Learn how easy it is to use LED's on your Arduino with Ready
Press a button to see if you can get some extra candy from the talking skull. Spooky graphics are displayed on a matrix and LCD screen.
An addicting game that will challenge your memory and fine motor skills!
Take the Iron Man like feeling by voice commanding your Google Assistant to do stuffs for you using Bolt Module.
Learn how to change the brightness of the connected Red LED (D1) of Snap Circuits by writing an analog signal to the micro:bit pin.
OOO... Glowy! Easy and cheap fashion accessory.
Bare Conductive is not only known for its Electric Paint, but also for its creative kits: the Light Up Board is one of them.
A few sketches to get you started with Arduino.
Control Hexabitz modules from a smartphone app using Bluetooth.
A prototype low-cost, tileable, single-color LED matrix with low power consumption and scalable to large displays.
The finished product is a Morse code machine (of sorts).
Light sculpture that almost flies.
A solderless robot kit that can kickstart you in electronics.
This is about transistors.
IT is a smart water fountain that have Bluetooth connectivity to control its lights from any terminal app. I
In Maker Faire Seoul 2019, skiiiD giveaway Arduino Nano and Neopixel! Instruction for how to use NeoPixel and Arduino with skiiiD.