A short tutorial to start programming Arduino Uno without using the Arduino IDE.
Enhance your table tennis skills with our ball smasher machine, which provides easy control via an Android app.
Everyone uses a 16MHz oscillator for a homemade Arduino, but did you know that ATmega328 can run without it?
A tattoo artist friend of mine and I were discussing some of the limitations of current tattoo power supplies. I custom built her one.
A line follower bot which can detect gas leaks and high temperature in a typical household and raise an alarm.
Bored of the old servo control board? No feedback? No precision? A thousand wires to manage? Well, no more!
In this article, I am going to walk you through the step-by-step procedure of how to create a traffic light system using BBC Micro:Bit.
Track your position and view your full route on a map!
Save energy and heat your pool with the power of the sun. A coil of dark tubing and a pump are all you need, but why stop there?
Current sprinkler systems leave much to be desired, so we've designed a sprinkler system that works smarter and saves water!
Using TFT LCD Display 2.8" with STM32 through SPI communication.
Fun and cool TI LaunchPad game console that allows you to play the game called Zombieland!
I made this “Living Art” LED lamp from bamboo plywood and an Arduino-controlled 16x16 LED matrix.
Back when I first started working with micro controllers, the most annoying thing was when a tutorial I'd spent hours following didn't work.
Memory is limited on small controllers, so I wrote compressed speech playback for the AVR architecture.
Library to use I2C PCF8575 IC with Arduino and ESP8266. This IC can control until 16 digital devices like button or LED with only two pins.
Team 2: Junior Design Project Fall 2017 is presented here.
The world's first talking interactive aquarium.
120 kW Quad Inverter developed by the UW-Madison Formula SAE Electric Team.
For 8-bit MCU, optimization of filtering requires tradeoffs between accuracy, ease of programming. and speed.
The stylophone was one of the wackiest forgotten toys of the 1960s and '70s, and today, "we have the technology" to make it better.
It is the Arduino IDE what you use to write code for Arduino and Arduino compatible boards.
Always wanted to get good at the snake game? Now you can carry the game anywhere with you on your micro:bit!
This project is made using TI-RISK. This robot is controlled through the HTTP web server.