Library to use I2C PCF8575 IC with Arduino and ESP8266. This IC can control until 16 digital devices like button or LED with only two pins.
Would you like to add finger print to your project? Here is a simple tutorial to help you achieve that!
Run Golang on this old but still popular 8-bit AVR microcontroller.
Brought to the marked in 1976, Zilog's Z80 was the most widespread processor in the '80s until the 2000s. Let's bring it to life again!
Tutorial on object detection with Kendryte K210 and raccoons!
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.
A short tutorial to start programming Arduino Uno without using the Arduino IDE.
This time we're gonna show you, how to begin with the MagSpoof V3, a tool to do security tests on payment methods.
If you want to upload hex file or if you want to set your fuse in AVR then you no need to buy a programmer, you can do it with arduino.
Use the FuPy project to load a RISC-V or other SoC softcore on the MATRIX Voice's Spartan-6 FPGA programmable through MicroPython.
VFD tubes are a good alternative to Nixie Tubes, especially in retro clock projects. Read about how they can be used with an Arduino.
Start exploring your new development board in less than 30 seconds!
A series on the 8051 microcontroller that can be used in Teachings. Pedagogy resources that could be used for teaching 6-16 year old kids.
Taking up the "IoT Ambient Light: Zerynth Lamp" project, making it compatible with the latest version of Zerynth and updating FW and SW.
Test the mini-pan-tilt camera mount quickly with the 5 volt, 16MHz Arduino Pro Mini.
Providing office owners and users with information about comfortability of their workplace.
This is a simple project to control a mini camera mount with your phone over WiFi.
This is a little demo with Seeeduino XIAO - Arduino microcontroller. The demo uses 4 modules. 2 sensors, 1 switch, and 1 OLED display.
Learn how to connect a Snap Circuits LED to the snap:bit and control it with the micro:bit.
A simple clock made by using an STM32F446RE and a 7-segment display.
Learn how to power the micro:bit from the battery holder of Snap Circuits.
Usage of inductive sensing (MagSense) by Cypress' PSoC4700S to measure contactless the speed of my Gyro Twister (Powerball).
GigaDevice's new GD32F103RCT6 loaded with 108MHz clock, faster than STM's.
Learn how to program the micro:bit to turn the Lamp (L1) of Snap Circuits on and off with the help of the NPN Transistor (Q2).