Welcome Arduino Yún – the first member of a series of wifi products combining Arduino with Linux: Massimo Banzi announced it some minutes ago during his annual “The state of Arduino” presentation at Maker Faire Bay Area: Arduino Yún is … Read more
Tag Archives: Arduino
Here’s an Arduino Workshop book by John Boxall of Tronixstuff, a hands-on introduction to Arduino with 65 projects: Although there are seemingly endless Arduino tutorials and articles on the Internet, Arduino Workshop offers a nicely edited and curated path for … Read more
TheHardwarer has designed this WiFiDuino, an Arduino board that has a WiFi module: WiFiDuino is a new Arduino board that has a WiFi module. The circuit is based on the famous open source “Arduino Micro” from Arduino and Adafruit. To … Read more
Luca wrote a short tutorial on how to develop a small website that gets data from Arduino: In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to develop a small website that gets data from Arduino (using your ethernet shield), stores … Read more
Rave shades: The self assemble LED glasses kit These Rave Shade – LED Glasses look like a ton of fun. They are Arduino based and use 74HC595 shift registers to light all the LEDs. At first I though it was … Read more
Tully shared his Doomsday clock Arduino shield in the project log forum: Here I would like to log new innovations that can be done using the Doomsday Clock Arduino Shield. A recent innovation completed by Devin Sean McCullough, is a web-based … Read more
Lira is an open source Arduino-compatible microcontroller designed by Lyratron: What I came up with is the Lira. It is, as you will see, little more than a breakout board for the ATmega328, but it provides all the bare necessities like voltage … Read more
Dot Matrix wall writer – Time writer: Olivier van Herpt invented a machine called the Time Writer. It allows any graffiti artist in training to get their message out to the masses with the push of a button. An Arduino … Read more
This week Rwinscot shared his Betty crocker Arduino in the project log forum: I’d love to get into Arduino… but I don’t know how to solder. Which got me thinking about using through-hole sockets on a PCB. As the title of … Read more
John Boxall over at Tronixstuff posted a step by step guide of his Clock four build: Next in my random clock collection is this model, which displays the time in words using a Freetronics DMD via an Arduino-compatible board.
This video by Kerimil demonstrates his method for sending data to the internet with an Arduino and Android phone. Via Hacked Gadgets.
John Boxall over at Tronixstuff has a series of Arduino tutorials. This chapter forty-nine of a series will show you how to use KTM-S1201 LCD modules with an Arduino: After looking for some displays to use with another (!) clock, … Read more
This week Rwinscot shared his RickPAW ATtiny85 programming shield project in the forum: Saw a couple implementations of the ATtiny85 programmer on Instructables… and decided to roll my own. It’s bare-bones, but gets the job done. It works as a minimal … Read more
This video of Luca Dentella demonstrates the IQS127D touch sensor and an Arduino: My Nixie clock won’t have any visible buttons, so I chose to use a touch sensor, that signals to Arduino when the user touches the clock. I … Read more
Boris Landoni from Open Electronics documented his Robofish build: We introduce you a robot fish that is able to swim and recognize tank edges and obstacles. We’ll find out how we can easily create it with common insulating material and … Read more
Here’s a tutorial on the TOS-100 Arduino stepper driver shield. The TOS-100 is an Arduino compatible Shield capable of driving one stepper motor up to to 1.7A that utilizes the Trinamic Motion Control TMC260 motor driver chip. For added compatibility … Read more
Here’s a tutorial describing how to design a stereo 7 band equalizer display using an Arduino and two MSGEQ7 ICs. The MSGEQ7 does most of the work by reading the input signal and outputting 7 voltage levels depending on the … Read more
Bob picked up a huge LED matrix sign on eBay that has power supply problems. After fixing the power supply, he decided to replace the controler boards with an Arduino. Via Hacked Gadgets.
michu figures thieves rarely enter a house if they think someone is home. You might fool a burgler by leaving on a light or TV when you go out, but what a waste of electricity. This simple Arduino project simulates … Read more
The OpenPipe crew designed a MIDI-USB shield for the Arduino that can turn just about anything into a musical instrument. To demonstrate the shield they built the open source bagpipes in the video above. Via Hacked Gadgets.