RoboARM allows a user to move objects using an old analog joystick and record, store, and ultimately repeat routines.
The project is made using TI-RSLK. The robot is being controlled by the user's voice with the help of the Google Assistant.
Activate a 360° lithophane with a secret key, and pick from a few light modes.
In this project, you'll learn how to create a system that must be able to detect a malfunction in an SD card and to inform on an LCD.
A Texas Instruments MSP430 designed to input driver data using ADC, handle logical faults, and output via CAN-Bus using SPI.
Using a Texas Instruments MSP430G2553 and a few RC servos, this project dispenses water automatically once per day to water plants.
VFD tubes are a good alternative to Nixie Tubes, especially in retro clock projects. Read about how they can be used with an Arduino.
This project automatically unrolls toilet paper to allow the user a much more relaxing and care free time on the throne.
A simple tutorial on programming ATtiny microcontrollers with an Arduino Uno.
Run Golang on this old but still popular 8-bit AVR microcontroller.
This is a vintage VFD tube clock that uses Ethernet for both power and data.
Would you like to add finger print to your project? Here is a simple tutorial to help you achieve that!
Here a tutorial on E32 LoRa (Long Range) device very cheap and very long range (from 3Km to 8Km). Start with specs and basic usage.
In this article, you will learn how to implement a feature to monitor the real-time clock battery and prevent problems in the circuit.
Looking at the different micros from STM and comparing them to each other along with an Arduino UNO, converting an STM32 board to an Arduino
This tutorial will help you to learn DHT11/DHT22 interfacing with nodeMCU and sending its data to Blynk Application.
Learn how to send data over sound with chirp on your MATRIX Creator and MATRIX Voice.
The project is autonomous so it moves and fires the gun when it detects motion.
You’ve probably used WiFi, maybe dabbled with cellular solutions, but what about satellite communication? Yes, it can be done!
"Magic wand" gesture recognition by running CNN on Arduino.
Get your boards fabricated and components soldered using JLCPCB assembly service.
Alexa and Google Assistant-compatible WiFi sensor and alarm. Works on any flat surfaces: fridge, door, window, garage door, etc.
This time we're gonna show you, how to begin with the MagSpoof V3, a tool to do security tests on payment methods.
WIND is a project accelerator for the Adafruit Feather series microcontrollers. It turns them into easy to mount and wire together projects.