This Arduino-based device can act as a remote control for any appliance when needed.
Make a custom gesture controller to play Minecraft! (Or your other fav video game(s)!)
This device is made up of an electronic part of the compression board and is used for mine laboratories.
Extend the I2C device communication using PCA9306 for longer range of wired signal interface.
Cool NXP LPC1114FN28 application board for a BASIC programmable microcomputer !
Did you ever want to learn something but it seemed impossible b/c of too many articles on the subject or not enough? BBBW!
Simon Says - an icon of the '70s - realised as a small electronic game with a Cortex-M0 microcontroller.
A device capable of stopping a ball rolling down a ramp, utilizing reflectance sensors, a solenoid, and the msp430 microcontroller.
Motion, sound, and light interactive LED sculpture presenting the illusion of a bucket half full of glowing flowing liquid.
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.
Ever overslept and never got the chance to inform your boss about being late? With this project you can do exactly this!
A non-invasive device to find your friends by indicating how close you are to them. Best Project Award Digi-Key Award Altium award.
Feed it with a coin and it will thank you with a nice BURP!
Short of batteries? Power your Snap Circuits from the micro:bit!
Real time requirements, but constrained edge device? Check this small but powerful RTOS!
This is a driver with user-friendly functions that provides interface between the Pixy2 and the MSP432P401R microcontroller.
Turn the LED from Snap Circuits into a Morse code beacon with the help of the BBC micro:bit.
An accelerometer-controlled fishing game using the BBC Micro:bit.
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.
Do you want to display live statistics about your Fortnite character? With this project, you can!
The MAX7219 modules are very convenient to use with microcontrollers such as ATtiny85, or, in our case the Tinusaur board.
Light sculpture that almost flies.
Watch with sound! In this video, I'll explain the interrupt coding principle.