In this project, I'll demonstrate how I connected a Heart Rate Sensor to the Avnet MT3620 kit.
This Preventive measure reduces the spread of infection to a large extent. A Must Watch!
A general purpose wireless I/O board using a Particle Photon. Control a small motor, solenoid, servo, external loads, buzzer and sensors.
A general purpose I/O board powered by a Particle Photon. Control a motor, relay, solenoid, servo buzzer/LED, and input data from sensors.
Start developing with the Helium Developer Kit on Visual Studio Code's PlatformIO extension on Mac.
Applying an analogy of evolution to the building of more and more complex robots. Starting with a simple blinky project
First experiments with a M5Stack ESP32-based ATOM ECHO in default mode as a smart speaker.
Driving an OLED display with an ATtiny10 without using any library to make sure the program fits into the 1kB flash memory.
Brief history about Arduino, its starting, types, as a product & how to use etc.
A cheap $10 UPDI programmer for Mircochip's new avrTiny processors.
This is a 3d robotic eye for robots.
let's build a vu meter using arduino
Circuit playground express robot hand test.
Friendly virtual mortar battle game for bbc micro:bit.
I hate disturbance - so a color LED shows my Outlook calendar status to my colleagues or family, and gives them a warning ;-)
A small PIC16F84A app to spend time at home during COVID-19 outbreak days.
I have never been a supporter of drag and drop but MakeCode may have just converted me.
In this article I have shared information about Visuino a GUI based Arduino programming software.
Also wondering what day it is today? This delightfully delirious day clock narrows it down to roughly eight different possibilities!
Imakestudio is a powerful app for beginners and makers, It provide the complete guidance in Embedded System programming using c programming
Have you ever wanted to keep track of how many cups of water you've had in a day? Now you can, easier than ever before!
If you liked Bop It!, you'll love Tilt It!: a game of fast patterns, even faster reactions, and a large dose of world-tilting fun.
Have you ever wanted to keep track of the number of times you've done something? Fret no longer!
Learn how to use the radio function of the micro:bit to control remotely the Snap Circuits.