This is the last article of the Getting Started series. We’re going to complete our discussion of the basics of Arduino programming.
Ten LEDs connected to an Arduino Uno and a potentiometer.
Control the position of the Servo motor with the Arduino and the potentiometer.
Control a virtual gauge using a potentiometer, Arduino and BLE Shield.
This project will show you how to make a robotic arm using four servos.
An interactive kids toy that allows children of young ages to experiment with different switches and buttons - no code needed!
A 555 timer circuit with a 10k potentiometer and 9 LEDs for those times you just want to kick it up a notch.
AKA how to build your own laboratory vortexer without spending a lot of money.
This post describes how two calliope minis can be used to create a wireless messenger using the built-in radio.
A 3D-printed, ATmega2560 (Arduino Mega)-based DJ MIDI controller .
This project will show you how to make a Bionic Hand Controller.
In this project, I am going to demonstrate how to Turn ON and OFF sequence of 12 LEDs depending upon the position of the knob of potentiome
LED1 double flash than LED2 double flash, speed between LED1 and LED2 adjustable by POT.
Control the sensor inputs/levels using a potentiometer.
Maybe I add the note latter. This project is about how to something to be digital.
Using a potentiometer to control an LED light.
Make a simple variable resistor using a strip of Electric Paint.
Physically control an RGB LED by making Electric Paint potentiometers.