• Never Ride Alone

    NRA allows us, in case of bike accident, to locate the injured person through the Sigfox network. It also improves visibility on the road. For this build, I am using an Arduino MKR1200, a Neo 6-m GPS,...

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  • Visualize sorting algorithms with Arduino and LED strip

    Sorting algorithms are the basic algorithms for beginners who want to learn computer science or programming. But sometimes you will get confused about how these algorithms work. Thus, there are plenty of visualizations of these sorting algorithms...

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  • Crowdfunding an ESP32-Based Phone

    Last time we took a look at the WiPhone, back in the middle of last year, the ESP32-based Voice over IP (VoIP) phone was closing in on full funding on Kickstarter. Since then it’s been a bumpy ride for...

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  • Raspberry Pi with Codesys PLC UI controlling an Arduino

    In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up a Raspberry Pi with Codesys to act as both a PLC and an EtherCAT master. It will be used to control the on-board LED found on the...

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  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) Based line Following robot

    After developing the Arduino based Pick & Place Robot the idea was to develop an Artificial Intelligent AI-based line following robot. Developing a simple line following robot was good for the beginner just what it needed to...

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  • Add WiFi to Arduino UNO

    Connect your Arduino to the internet by adding ESP8266 WiFi Module! The ESP8266 Wifi module is a complete Wi­Fi network where you can easily connect as a serving Wi- Fi adapter, wireless internet access interface to any...

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  • Runaway Spider

    Spider-Man is my favorite Marvel hero, and for a long time, I fantasized about having a super-powerful little spider inadvertently bite me, which was simply awesome. Is this little spider cool? Because I want to be a...

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  • DIY Bluetooth Macro Keypad

    I have made a video that covers the same thing as this tutorial, so if you are interested, please check it out! I also make videos around ESP8266 and ESP32 projects regularly so maybe there are other...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Visualize your bitcoin gain and loss with arduino & python

    To get real-time bitcoin data, I used an api provided by OKex, which is a large crypto currency exchange. Then I used python to calculate my gain and loss based on the streaming data. I set my...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Roast your own coffee beans with the help of Arduino

    Apparently not content with simply brewing his coffee to perfection, Alex Campbell can actually take control of the roast itself thanks to his beautiful fluid bed roasting rig. His DIY device is constructed using a variety of...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Green Roof Monitoring

    As part of our studies at Polytech Sorbonne, this is a project of embedded system. We designed a system for measuring various parameters of plants on a roof and then apply it to the study of the...

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  • Give your memory a boost with Newrons

    When you get a notification on your smartphone, more often than not, you’re doing something more pressing. You then silence the alarm, and perhaps forget about it. Nick Bild, however, has created a pair of smart glasses...

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  • Smart-Doorbell

    https://youtu.be/kSxJwWPEe6g This is a doorbell with smart functions. It does sound like a regular doorbell when you press the button, but it also starts a livestream and sends a message via WebHook on Slack. We made this...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Anitrack

    Anitrack is an autonomous system that can track an animal’s position, measure its temperature, its heart rate and its movements. More info

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Wireless Laser-Gate Timing System for Track and Field

    The system consists of two finish line modules and one start line module. In the finish line, you will have an Arduino UNO, nRF24L01+ Transceiver, LED button pad, photoresistors, LEDs, plastic enclosure, and tripod together with my...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • Mechanical 7-segment display made with micro servos and an Arduino Mega

    Flip displays are an interesting piece of technology, physically moving segments into place that stay put until other information is needed. Michael Klements has been especially fascinated by these devices, and after inspiration from another project, he...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • Wire Fault Detector

      The project is intended to detect the location of fault in underground cable lines from the base station to exact location in kilometers. In this circuit we are used an Arduino UNO, Relays, ULN2003A, LCD, LEDs,...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • 144 7-segment displays make up this delightful digital clock

    Using 7-segment displays to make a clock is nothing new, but what if you combined 144 of them together to create an epic LED timepiece? That’s exactly how this project was made, allowing it to show surprisingly...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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