If you want to celecbrate the Christmas this year by a special way then this will be your best guide to make an amazing Christmas tree.
"Magic wand" gesture recognition by running CNN on Arduino.
Ever wonder how your phone wakes up when you say "Hey Siri"?
Detecting voice of words "yes" and "no" with Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense
Nowadays, it pays to have a way to get things done with voice activation to easily carry out daily tasks and this leads to our project.
Give your tree some geek cred and build your PCB skills with this Shimmering Snowflake PCB Ornament.
Providing office owners and users with information about comfortability of their workplace.
This project builds upon the previous digital image camera project and we build a time-lapse camera using the ESP32-CAM board.
When the reset button is pressed, the board will take an image, store it to the microSD card and it will then go back to deep sleep.
Go beyond the Arduino with this customizable Uno template. Take your prototypes to the next level!
Learn how to play sounds and music from the BBC micro:bit through the Whistle Chip (WC) of Snap Circuits.
Make a custom gesture controller to play Minecraft! (Or your other fav video game(s)!)
Learn how to play sounds and music from the BBC micro:bit through the Speaker of Snap Circuits.
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.
Learn how to control the state of the LED with the press switch.
Quickly adding a spooky eye to your project with a M5Stick-C and an acrylic half sphere lens.
Learn how to receive input from the Press Switch (S2) of Snap Circuits and process it with the micro:bit.
Turn any LED from Snap Circuits into a blinking LED. The micro:bit will automatically turn the LED on and off every second.
Learn how to connect a Snap Circuits LED to the snap:bit and control it with the micro:bit.
1. Toolchain Setup for STM32CubeIDE 2. Hello World Project with STM32F746G Discovery 3. Run and Debug the Code
Short of batteries? Power your Snap Circuits from the micro:bit!
Learn how to power the micro:bit from the battery holder of Snap Circuits.
This is a sarcastic take on how people focus on the wrong things.
Use an ISP programmer and Atmel Studio to flash a blink program to an ATtiny13A, which has just 64 bytes of memory!