A micro:bit-based Smart Car with IR and Bluetooth App (known as Yahboom micro:bit Smart Car).
You can create a hardware notifier that lifts UP a paper astronaut to alert you each time the International Space Station passes over you.
Introduction to the AVR Toolchain - part of our effortless design workshop series. Part 1 covers START, Studio, and Data Visualizer.
This flower reads the brightness level. When the level dips below a threshold, a servo moves the flower in search of a bright spot.
This PIC-IoT project turns a fan on and off based on a temperature sensor.
It is clock. In fact, it's not only a clock. It measures temperature, humidity, light level. Several sensors or devices can be connected.
A trainer kit to understand how LCD displays work. The aim of this kit is to know how microcontroller communicates with such devices.
Introducing GD32F103C8T6 by GigaDevice as a cheap and faster alternative to STM32F103C8T6.
Automatic Street light system is designed which gets turned on under bad lighting conditions thereby providing energy saving
This project is acording to my assignment for microcontroller lesson. It can slue the wheel of motor DC from keypad. It might bewilder.
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.
This project automatically unrolls toilet paper to allow the user a much more relaxing and care free time on the throne.
First article in series about Line Following and Lane Following with CV
Want to add your board to Microsoft's Fantastic Education Platform MakeCode and need a hand doing it? Check this out.
Handheld portable device design for routine check (ex, Watchman's clock).
Buttons and LEDs to connect to a microcontroller, helping eliminate breadboard roadblocks for beginners.
Monitor diffuse and global solar radiation. This system moves a fiber-optic cable 0-90 degrees & takes measurements in 9-degree increments.
Driving an OLED display with an ATtiny10 without using any library to make sure the program fits into the 1kB flash memory.
A cheap $10 UPDI programmer for Mircochip's new avrTiny processors.
A rubber band shooter that sits on top of a pan-tilt stage with computer vision abilities.
There are many cases where one needs a button, encoder or a device to use it as an input for several settings.
You'll learn how to send a string with christmas message using the Flowcode 7.
Use IOTA to send tokens and a return address to a Node.js website that controls what Particle Photon sensor information is returned.