Explore graphical coding with Ardublock.
This simple yet effective project will provide a way to measure the UV levels in your area.
With our IR Remote Learner kit, you will be able to learn the custom codes of those hard to replace remotes.
This project will give you a small spectrum display that you can sit on your desk, or even next to a speaker.
This neat project can instantly decorate your shop window, bedroom door, or loungeroom.
A handy little tool that can help you out if you work with LEDs a lot, especially if you are always trying to work out the right resistor to make them work.
Turn your living room into a real life game show and have fun playing with your family and friends!
This is a perfect project for new mums and dads or anyone that needs to be alerted without making a sound.
Let the power of the sun encourage you to get out of bed each morning with this curtain/blinds opener.
This project displays basic GPS information such as longitude, latitude, altitude, speed, and distance travelled from point A to B.
Sticking with tradition and going for the early days of electronics with this kit.
This is an extensible and hackable project controller that could form the basis of your project controlling needs.
This is a great little tool for the green thumbs.
This handy little tool can be used to check for any Wi-Fi signals around, use it to see how well the connection in your workshop is going or to see if there's any free Wi-Fi hotspots when you're out and about.
Surprise your friends and family with these creative Christmas cards!
Great for the little ones, this month we've provided you with 3 projects with different levels of difficulty and all utilizing only a single Makeblock Inventor Kit.
There's a lot of arcade emulators out there that can run on many computers including the Raspberry Pi, so it only makes sense to play these emulators on some authentic hardware.
We found a little game project online, and with it being open-source, realised we could make our own version of it using duinotech parts. Even better, there's already a heap of games that have been created.
Construct your own arduino powered Christmas star! View online for detailed instructions.
Here's a good project for a beginner, which can add a bit of Christmas spirit to your workbench, and also teach you how multiple LED's can be controlled from a handful of microcontroller pins. Being Arduino based, the LED Christmas Tree can also be customized to your liking.
This project probably has the most parts of any of the ones we have done, but is sure to help spread some Christmas joy. It's a clock which displays the time and date, and also displays the number of days until Christmas.
Here's the first of our mini projects that you can build from parts in the XC3900 kit. It's a take on the old 'Snake' game that you might have seen on old Nokia phones or even earlier on Atari.
We're glad we've got the ATTiny85 IC, because now we can build some really tiny projects. Inspired by Dombeef's pockeTETRIS game, we set about building our own version, and even creating a new game that runs on the same hardware.
One of the ideas that sprung to mind when we first got in the XC4380 LED Strip Module was that it would be great for displays like Christmas lights. With Christmas on the way, we’ve turned them into a miniature Christmas tree complete with music playing from an SD card. Add a little bit of Christmas to your desk or workbench! Some soldering needed.
We usually think of soldering irons, pliers and oscilloscopes when we think of electronic tools, and while this project may not be useful to the electronics enthusiast, we think it's a good way of showing how Arduino based tools can be useful in other fields- in this case for musicians.
There's not a lot to construct in this project- it's just an Uno and LCD Touch Shield, but if you want a simple project that looks slick, then it's a good place to start.
Here's a project that uses two Arduino boards to communicate wirelessly- the first Arduino reads a soil moisture sensor and a temperature and humidity sensor, and sends the data to a second Arduino that displays the data in a graph and text.
This clever robot is the perfect way to get started with robotics. The robot explores its surroundings as it avoids obstacles and walls in its path. Starting with the provided code, the robot can easily be expanded upon.