• Application For Maker Faire Rome 2024: Deadline June 20th

    Learn More About the Ideas, Makers + Projects at Maker Faire Rome 2024 Developing a multitude of technologies for the sustainability of the planet and for environmental care is imperative today. The depletion of natural resources and...

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  • Building a 3D Digital Clock with Arduino

        Project to create a digital clock consisting of 24 3D-printed analog clocks. The clock displays the time in digital format and shows animations between each hour. The clock is composed of 3D-printed parts, 25 Arduino...

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  • Creating a controller for Minecraft with realistic body movements using Arduino

      Project of a controller that maps body movements and reproduces them in the game Minecraft to achieve a low-cost augmented reality-like experience. Unlike many other controllers of this type, this device also reproduces realistic walking in...

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  • Snowflake with Arduino

    With Christmas just a few hours away and no snow in sight, we present to you this scenic snowflake created using LEDs and controlled by Arduino. The application itself is quite simple, but the construction method makes...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Holographic Christmas Tree

      Beautiful project to create a Persistence of Vision (POV) Christmas Tree There are several fascinating gadgets and POV clocks available, and we have featured some of them on this blog as well. They fall into the...

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  • Segstick: Build Your Own Self-Balancing Vehicle in Just 2 Days with Arduino

    The Segstick project is a do-it-yourself construction of a self-balancing vehicle based on Arduino. It uses an inertial measurement unit (IMU) and two motor drivers. The project was created using a broomstick and two cordless DeWalt drills....

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  • ZSWatch: An Open-Source Smartwatch Project Based on the Zephyr Operating System

    Jakob Krantz has created an open-source smartwatch called ZSWatch, which utilizes the Zephyr Real-Time Operating System (RTOS).         The four-layer PCB measures 36mm and contains a u-blox ANNA-B402 module with a Nordic nRF52833 BLE...

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  • What is IoT and which devices to use

    In this video, IoT (Internet of Things) is introduced, which literally means “internet of things.”   The video begins with an introduction to IoT and then provides an overview of its application fields. Subsequently, it delves into...

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  • Maker Faire Rome Unveils Thrilling “Padel Smash Future” Pavilion for Sports Enthusiasts

    The major highlight of the 2023 edition will be the creation of an entire pavilion spanning 10,000 square meters entirely dedicated to the sport. “PADEL SMASH FUTURE” is the proposed format for these thrilling three days. Since...

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  • Make your curtains smart

    The home automation project for curtains is an innovative idea to make daily life more convenient and comfortable. By using stepper motors and the Tasmota software, it becomes easy to control the opening and closing of curtains...

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  • Configuring an ESP8266 for Battery Power

        There are numerous ESP8266 modules available, and they are often used in battery-powered IoT applications that, with the correct configuration, can run for months. In this guide, you will learn how to power an ESP8266...

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  • Creating a Telegram Bot for ESP32

    In some of the ESP32 projects featured in the magazine Elettronica In, a Telegram bot is used to receive alarm notifications, event alerts, and even control the module’s outputs. In these detailed videos, Dario Ciceri (the tutor...

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  • Mini Course on Blynk

    Among the simplest platforms for connecting IoT devices is Blynk IoT. Blynk allows you to quickly create apps to control wireless modules, visualize data from sensors, create dataloggers, and much more. In this two-part mini course, Michele...

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  • Creating a Unique Electronic Musical Instrument: The Sound Wall

      We place metal foil notes on a panel and play our music by touching them, creating a melody from a truly original instrument. Those who know a little about music or have good memories of the...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Building a Laser Microscope

    If your Blu-ray player has gone from being the centerpiece of your home theater to a dust-collecting ornament, here’s a project for you. Doctor Volt recently published a post explaining how to transform a Samsung BD-J5900 Blu-ray...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Grand Piano Keys with Arduino

    Arcade games have captivated entire generations. Tasty Cakes is among those who have spent hours and hours playing these games. The passion was so great that they decided to replicate the Arcade Grand Piano Keys using an...

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  • Wireless Power Transfer

    The concept of transferring energy without wires has always been a desire of mankind. Numerous experiments have been conducted in this field, with Nikola Tesla’s experiments being among the most famous. Thanks to these research efforts, we...

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  • Robot Punchers with Arduino

    James Bruton is well-known for his (often eccentric) inventions, which he regularly documents on his channels. In this video, he demonstrates how he has created remote-controlled rovers that engage in punches. 🙂  

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