An Atari Adaptor, a Ping Pong-Inspired Drone, a Flight Simulator Control Panel, a Mini Gaming Wheel + More
Being able to play Atari games like they were meant to be played in the ’80s is really hard today, but possible with the help of an Arduino.
DIY custom flight simulator panels that allow a player to control their planes with a nice compact desktop panel.
An AWS IoT Buttons project for reporting defective coffee machines by sending push notifications to an Android app.
Utilize the IR sensor and IR emitter on your MATRIX Creator with pigpio to create a programmable TV remote.
A student-built portable system to cultivate regional plants during the year.
Find out just how good of a racer you are with a mini steering wheel, and finger operated gas and brake pedals!
Play table tennis using a drone!
Control at what temperature a ventilation fan should automatically come on.
An Arduino and Bluetooth-based Hot Wheels finish line timer to record cars’ speed and determine the winner of each heat.
An experiment to see if the Pi can be oil-cooled and how effective it is in the summer heat.
A small device that uses the MAX32620FTHR to detect hackers over a WiFi network.
If you are designing a small board and you’re looking for a way to program it without taking up a lot of space, try making a pogo pin jig!
What do you get when you cross light-up shoelaces, some NeoPixels, and a 3D-printed mount? A pretty cool display!
This project covers a battery monitor on an automotive relay form to check the voltage of any vehicle and set alarms at different levels.
Customized ceiling screen, capable of playing videos, color picker, and color temperature using Raspberry Pi and a web-based GUI.
Self-driving rover using computer vision and deep learning to identify and clean up small pieces of trash.
ESP8266 to XBee — an open hardware Arduino shield that allows you to use any two wireless modules at the same time!
A wrist watch that can (kind of) run 3 versions of Windows using the new HyperPixel 4.0 and a Pi 3B+ with voice control!
Obstacle avoidance game like Flappy Bird. Move your hand to avoid the collision. It is easy to make and fun to play!
Use a 1.8-inch TFT display to monitor surrounding humidity and temperature with a Zynq FPGA.
Explore other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
Send an event to Wia using Android Things.
Connection monitor to measure particles suspended in the air and then add more sensors.
Measuring temperature in jam production to evaluate the process of killing the germs.
Interface a capacitive sensor with a computer, then use it to control a Parrot AR drone.
Create an electronic system which will help individuals improve their posture and balance. The Netduino 3