I used a potentiometer to control a game's avatar.
A new revision for the classic contact less instrument designed in 1920, now ready to jam with configurable scales, pitches and effects.
What can you do in quarantine when all you have is an old Arduino Uno and some knobs? Check out the simple - but still fun - drum machine.
Control the position of the Servo motor with the Arduino and the potentiometer.
Have you ever wanted to keep track of how many cups of water you've had in a day? Now you can, easier than ever before!
In this tutorial we will learn how to control the LED Blinking pulses with a potentiometer. Watch a demonstration video.
Control a Servo Motor SG90 with Arduino and potentiometer. The servo position is determined by the output of the potentiometer.
This is the last article of the Getting Started series. We’re going to complete our discussion of the basics of Arduino programming.
In this tutorial you learn how to control a servo with a potentiometer.
You can play highly specific frequencies by simply twisting a knob, allowing musicians to easily tune their instruments!
Our project detects the rotation of a potentiometer to give specific frequency feedback and a tilt switch to turn the system on and off.
A theremin made out of two ultrasonic sensors.
This project will show you how to make a Bionic Hand Controller.
A simple way to control a motor with a potentiometer and an Arduino.
Ten LEDs connected to an Arduino Uno and a potentiometer.
This project will show you how to use a TFT Screen.
Robotics, Arduino, EasyDriver, Stepper Motor, Servo Motor, Etc...
This is how to make your own LCD timer, just with an Arduino, a LCD screen and some hook-up wires.
In this tutorial we will learn how to control the LED brightness with a potentiometer and Arduino.
Easily repeatable 120W bench power supply circuit. Cheap, fast project.
Let's learn how to control a servo's position just by twisiting a potentiometer!
Control a virtual gauge using a potentiometer, Arduino and BLE Shield.
This project will show you how to communicate using 433MHz modules.
AKA how to build your own laboratory vortexer without spending a lot of money.