Minimalist cars race with a strip of smart LEDs and two switches.
Creating a GPS-controlled, camera-equipped RC boat with an Arduino Mega and 433 MHz remote.
A heart rate counter using the Cypress Analog Coprocessor Pioneer kit.
A Texas Instruments MSP430 designed to input driver data using ADC, handle logical faults, and output via CAN-Bus using SPI.
An Arduino and Bluetooth-based Hot Wheels finish line timer to record cars' speed and determine the winner of each heat.
Alexa and Google Assistant-compatible WiFi sensor and alarm. Works on any flat surfaces: fridge, door, window, garage door, etc.
Using low-cost components and a modular design, PolySynth aims at becoming your next audio engine for your upcoming project.
Anitrack is an autonomous system that can track an animal's position, measure its temperature, its heart rate and its movements.
This project is for monitor the air and UV conditions of the environment before the children go to recess.
Steering wheel with an integrated LCD screen to view racecar stats and buttons to change racing modes and torque vectoring on the fly.
This is a breakout for an ATtiny microcontroller, it allows you to power an ATtiny with a DC supply of up to 40V and access all the pins!
Monitor diffuse and global solar radiation. This system moves a fiber-optic cable 0-90 degrees & takes measurements in 9-degree increments.
Need TTL serial to multi-channel hobby-servo out? The S3 chip is for you. Turn a $3 PIC16F88 into an 8-channel PWM servo/ESC controller.
An escape room model based on the booby trapped lab of a mad scientist. Includes various IoT components running on an Uno and Artemis.