You've got an interview at 10, but you're across the city and taking the train. This gadget keeps you entertained AND looking sharp. BBBB.
Learn how to send messages to and from Amazon Web Services using the PIC-IoT and AVR-IoT development boards from Microchip.
Use the ATmega328P's 8-bit timer and prescaler to implement custom timed events, rather than relying on millis() or delay().
Use the FuPy project to load a RISC-V or other SoC softcore on the MATRIX Voice's Spartan-6 FPGA programmable through MicroPython.
Start exploring your new development board in less than 30 seconds!
This time we're gonna show you, how to begin with the MagSpoof V3, a tool to do security tests on payment methods.
This is a vintage VFD tube clock that uses Ethernet for both power and data.
E32 LoRa (long range) device very cheap and very long range (from 3Km to 8Km), here an Arduino shield for my library.
Give your tree some geek cred and build your PCB skills with this Shimmering Snowflake PCB Ornament.
Go beyond the Arduino with this customizable Uno template. Take your prototypes to the next level!
Get your boards fabricated and components soldered using JLCPCB assembly service.
Use an ISP programmer and Atmel Studio to flash a blink program to an ATtiny13A, which has just 64 bytes of memory!
Learn how to create a circuit to increase the electrical current of the Arduino pins to activate loads that need more electrical current.
Program the ESP32 on your MATRIX Voice over WiFi using the Arduino IDE, and utilize it as a standalone satellite device.
Learn how to send data over sound with chirp on your MATRIX Creator and MATRIX Voice.
An open source automatic transfer switch based on the Infineon CoolMOS™ C7 MOSFET.
Send and receive Machine to Machine Commands using TwilioIoT, Arduino IDE and the Seeed Studio Wio LTE.
A low-cost prototype for implementing autonomous parallel parking on a robot car with a Raspberry Pi.
Build an amazing weather station that uses ESP32 programmed in Python with Zerynth and Ubidots IoT platform.
Meet Walbi, a 2:1 scale humanoid with Arduino programs for motion capture and playback. Move it by hand, record and then play it back.
An infinity mirror with an RGB LED strip that can change its color using Infineon's 3D magnetic sensor knob connected to an Arduino MKR1000.
Build your IoT applications in Python with Zerynth on Flip&Click SAM3X development board and visualise your data with WolkAbout IoT Platform
Big shout out for all the ladies who are no damsels in distress but would rather like to have a blast with a blaster and the micro:bit.
Entertain humans and pets alike with paper planes launched by your voice.