EscoriaBot is a robot made with recycled material and Arduino electronics.
UV-C / heat, Arduino-controlled, face-mask disinfecting device for Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). #COVID19DetectProtect
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to build a simple and cheap robotic arm from wood scraps and plastic bottles!
This a mini CNC 2D plotter made from old DVD drive, L293D motor shield & Arduino.
Weather forecast clock made from a Nano, a salvaged alarm, a BME280 sensor, a DS1307 RTC, an old cell phone battery, and Nokia 5110 screen.
Upcycle an old receipt printer into a voice assistant/Internet of Things printer!
The Pi 4 is finally powerful enough to function as a standalone machine. Let’s use it to turn a Lapdock into a laptop.
An old CB transceiver is converted to the 50MHz amateur band using an Arduino Pro Mini, DDS, PLL and OLED display.
Disassemble an old printer (in this case a dot matrix) and drive the stepper motor(s) for linear motion or rotation. With Arduino.
Got some old phones? Here's a cool way to reuse your old phone by converting it into a remote switch that can be operated from anywhere.
Recycling trash and e-waste by combining traditional and digital crafts!
Did your somewhat expensive ($50) soldering iron just die? Well then fix it with another one!
An ultra-low power, battery-operated recycling bin to showcase a perfect smart city IoT solution using mcThings, SIGFOX and Ubidots!
Plastic Reflectic is an interactive installation that shows the visitor their own silhouette in floating plastic ocean waste.
By adding a C.H.I.P., an amp, and a hard drive, I've put my entire music library inside a pair of handsome old speakers I control over WiFi.
Charge up with 5 volts then use it to power up 9v gadgets with the build-in circuit. Same capacity, same voltage, better technology...
Hooking up a 30-year-old LED bubble display to an Arduino MKR WiFi 1010.
My ice maker blew its controller board and I needed to make a plan to replace it. So I used an Arduino to control it!
This will prevent you from going back to sleep after snoozing that since now you have to solve a math problem to snooze the alarm.
There are a lot of Arduino-based metal detectors using various technologies. This is one of them that uses direct frequency measurement.
Control Arduino from your smartphone or laptop using Bluetooth.
What'd it be to interact with people using 'social media features' in real life? There's a wearable that explores exactly that!!!
This project uses the SRP-1037FG cooker, which doesn't work anymore as a rice cooker after some use.
Recycle your old cellphone to build one and connect it by a browser to your new phone, PC or tablet!