• A pull-up bar that rewards you with Tic Tacs

    To be more motivated during exercise, Nikolas has decided to make a Smart pull-up bar using an Arduino Nano which, when you start exercising, will start playing music and will give it a Tic Tac at each...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • An Autonomous Rover

    The Autonomous Rover travels from one location in my house to another location in my house, with no help from a human. I designed it to experiment in robot autonomy. To perform its task, the AR (short...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • A device that throws the ball to dogs

    If you have a dog and want to keep it entertained even when you are out of the house, you could do a similar project. It is a device that throws the ball after inserting it into...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • A mechanical clock that tells time using 114 steel balls

    Eric Nguyen has come up with a rather unique way of showing hours and minutes: steel balls arranged as seven-segment displays. Every minute, the face rotates down and a series of 28 servos capture and release the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Arduino Motor Shield PCB V1 | 4 Motors at Once

      Hey guys, welcome back. In my previous post, I explained what an H Bridge Circuit is, L293D motor driver IC and piggybacking L293D Motor driver IC for driving high current motor drivers. In this post, I...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Let’s Build an open source Quadcopter – Part2

      Let’s complete the construction of our aircraft and test it.   Now that you have physically created the quadcopter – according to the indications supplied in the first installment of this article (published here) – you...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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