Using microcontrollers and sensors we study the levels of CO2 and Oxygen to see if they may be a factor in snorkeling related deaths
Turn any LED from Snap Circuits into a blinking LED. The micro:bit will automatically turn the LED on and off every second.
Buttons and LEDs to connect to a microcontroller, helping eliminate breadboard roadblocks for beginners.
First article in series about Line Following and Lane Following with CV
You'll learn how to send a string with christmas message using the Flowcode 7.
Driving an OLED display with an ATtiny10 without using any library to make sure the program fits into the 1kB flash memory.
Make a custom gesture controller to play Minecraft! (Or your other fav video game(s)!)
This project measures distance in cm using the ultrasonic sensor and displays readings on the popular TM1637 seven segment display module.
This is a driver with user-friendly functions that provides interface between the Pixy2 and the MSP432P401R microcontroller.
Learn how to program the micro:bit to turn the DC Motor (M1) of Snap Circuits on and off with the help of the NPN Transistor (Q2).
Short of batteries? Power your Snap Circuits from the micro:bit!
An automated pigeon repellent using Texas Instruments MSP-EXP430G2 MSP430 LaunchPad, 2 IR sensors, 2 RC servos, and a pepper spray.
System starts a vehicle using password, provides SMS alert for theft attempts and functions as a digital speedometer.
Learn how to build a wireless controller using Wi-Fi to be used with a robot, miniature vehicle or whatever you dream up!
Extend the I2C device communication using PCA9306 for longer range of wired signal interface.
Cool NXP LPC1114FN28 application board for a BASIC programmable microcomputer !
An accelerometer-controlled fishing game using the BBC Micro:bit.
Okay, how hard can programming a PIC microprocessor be? Well it depends, BUT it doesn't have to be rocket science.
Add some twinkle to your holiday stockings with the LilyPad LilyTiny.
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.
I'm working on a development board based on the NXP MK26FN2M0VMD18 chip with 2 MB program flash and SDRAM controller, SDHC in a nice MAPBGA.
Watch with sound! In this video, I'll explain the interrupt coding principle.
Introduction to the AVR Toolchain - part of our effortless design workshop series. Part 2 covers how to add Bluetooth connectivity.
Detecting voice of words "yes" and "no" with Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense