Hi there.When using with only a keyboard I've noticed that in some programs that it's just not enough. Now there are macro keyboard on the market, but the all have 1 big issue, they are only buttons! That's why I've decided to make one on my own to perfectly match my needs.
By Arduino Team A secret lair isn’t much fun if it’s a pain to get into, so Instructables user SPECTREcat decided to automate his hidden doors using an Arduino Uno. This drives four linear actuators via a MultiMoto shield, which both pull and turn the bookshelf in such a way that the books stay in …
By admin In this video educ8s.tv reviews the ESP32, the successor of the popular ESP8266! Hello guys, I am Nick and welcome to educ8s.tv a channel that is all about DIY electronics projects with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP8266 and other popular boards. You can subscribe to our channel by clicking on this button. Today I …
Hi there,So first things first. This is something I made for a school project without any knowledge about Arduino. So, this works in a way that it's usable, but note that you might have to add some stuff yourself to make it work perfectly. Let's begin!What you will be making:A night lamp that only goes on when it is dark. It will change color (red,green and blue).
I wanted to recreate Arduino Controlled Catapult. But because I had no experience whit Arduino, it was harder than I taught. Also I burnt my 9 volt cable so I needed to improvise how to do the electronic parts.In the end I could not finish it, but you can see that there is not much left and can see when I wanted to achieve.
Overview: The Pong-Bot’s job is bouncing ping pong balls into six tumblers as fast as possible. This task is based on Bouncerchallenge from the old TV game show Minute to Win It (although many people say it reminds them of beer pong). A “race function” matches the robot against a human to see who can complete bouncing balls into six tumblers first.
We all hate to throw electronics away. Use your 5 volt Arduino and have fun with them instead! Raid your electronics junk box to build the Cestino (Arduino compatible) board and nine other electronics projects, from a logic probe to a microprocessor
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