Learn how to simulate throwing a dice with the Arduino and 6 LEDs!
LED cube 4x4x4, 64 LED diode, 16 forms of work.
A fun, colourful RGB LED matrix with a twist!
A freeform circuit sculpture of a snowflake. Driven by an Arduino Nano using 18 software PWM pins.
The ultimate upgrade to your hat.
ESP32 powered LED matrix displaying real-time news, weather, stock, date, time, barometer data, menu and web interface with notification.
A RFID module connected to two LEDs.
Use only 3 wires to control an infinite number of 7-segment single digit displays!
This is a Teensy MCU with a encoder. This is a little USB tool for a shortcut function in your favorite software.
Christmas is coming and you know we had to build something that would put the entire neighborhood into the Christmas spirit!
This Valentine's Day, spread love wirelessly.
The LEDog collar lights up when it gets dark, helping you locate your dog from far away.
A device made with a bar graph and a Particle Photon to show the WiFi strength.
Learn to flash Red and Blue LED's to resemble police Lights.
LED Cube powered with Arduino Nano and controlled by an HC-05 receiving from a Bluetooth App + Custom Animation Creator and Snake Game
"Team Laser" built the dirt-simple app that fires SLAZER, a wearable laser smartstrap accessory for Pebble Time. Lasers! Right?
Multi-purpose display: 4 Digits with 7 segments each. Each segment has 2 NeoPixels.
The TrafficLight is a project that has Arduino-powered LEDs Blinking like a traffic light.
It's not a light bulb, it's three LEDs attached to what (sort of) looks like a light bulb. All controlled by a mini-touch kit.
Arduino controlled auxiliary saddle bag lights for a motorcycle.
Ever wanted to build an LED Mask? Here's how I built mine! Maybe it will spark your imagination.
Read brain waves and prints poetry on a small screen as long as you are focused and concentrated.
This is my try on a freeform circuit and this is inspired from the PCB version.
Getting started with IoT can seem scary but as with most things you can learn a great place to start is taking a look at some examples!