Motorcycle Inclinometer with alarm system via email notifica
Let's keep an eye on the people we love by checking their oxygen saturation (spo2) and sending an SMS alert below a critical threshold!
Applying an analogy of evolution to the building of more and more complex robots. Starting with a simple blinky project
I designed this small device to be able to alert me in the unfortunate event the nozzle clogs.
An interesting clock that will appeal to those gamers that grew up on retro games like Pong, Pacman and Tetris.
An ATtiny1614 based console that plays Breakout, Snake, UFO Escape and Pong games on a 0.96 inch OLED screen powered by a button battery,
In this tutorial we will use I2C BMP280 pressure, temperature sensor, OLED lcd, Arduino UNO measure pressure and temperature and display res
Check temperature and humidity in an OLED screen any time you want and at the same time collect that data in an IoT platform.
In this tutorial we will use a LCD TFT ST7735 connected to Arduino UNO and Visuino to display a picture and a random number.
Bring a web server up on your local area network, connect with PC, tablet, or smartphone browser and send message to the connected OLED.
Build a live train departure display for your desk with a Raspberry Pi Zero W and OLED screen.
128x64 OLED displays are available for under $5 USD and are easily interfaced to Arduino AVR and STM32 boards such as the Maple Mini clone.
The incredibly inexpensive WiFi module can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. I was asked by a hackster.io member to do a project: I did.
Display images and gifs on your TinyScreen
Create an OLED screen that shows the date, time in digital and analog format, temperature and humidity.
One 128 x 64 i2c display hooked up to an ESP8266 is ok, but two adds a whole new dimension to Microcontrollers.
What's scarier than a pair of Uncanny Eyes? Five pairs of Uncanny Eyes mounted on skulls and controllable to make everyone scream.
In this article, you will learn how to run OLEDs by Arduino, and display text, images, and animations on them.
A programmable, portable, rechargeable power supply based on Arduino featuring an OLED display for viewing V.I.P. of projects/prototypes.
The project I want to share with you today is an Arduino maze game, which became a pocket console as capable as Arduboy!
A cheap version of an Arduboy clone with which you can play a number of original Arduboy games.
Warwalking is the pedestrian version of wardriving but in this case we are using an ESP8266+OLED powered by a single lithium 3.2V AA cell.
Arduino and OLED based Cellular Automata aka Game Of Life
A Maple Mini STM32F103 microcontroller programmed under Arduino driving a 128x64 OLED display showing temperature & barometric pressure.