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Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects. About Arduino and Arduino Projects sharing are appreciated.
Gravity Starter Kit for Arduino is an open-source, plug&play electronics toolkit that provides Arduino beginners and makers with the easiest experience of learning and playing with the Arduino pla... (See More)
When I think about the world that we are now living, I have to (I literally must) think about open source technologies, open source frameworks and products such good that became excellent platforms to... (See More)
The history of Arduino has been told by many people, and no two stories match. I want to clarify some facts around the history of Arduino, with proper supported references and documents, to better com... (See More)
Controlling a motor with an Arduino is relatively easy. In addition to simply spinning the motor, you can control the position of the motor shaft if the motor has a rotary encoder.
Faraday's Law... (See More)
The NanoPi2 quad core Cortex A9 Linux single board computer has been released as a high performance companion to FriendlyARM Computer Company’s NanoPi board. NanoPi2 features a Samsung S5P4418 Quad Co... (See More)
Let’s create a multi-function LED lamp, always connected via wireless.
Since several years already, it is possible to find systems for home automation: irrigation, doors and windows, lighting, ... (See More)
Open Ardbir is largely inspired by the original project formerly Braudino from Stephen Mathison and then upgraded and modified by Mike Wilson under the Mike’s Brewery appellation an... (See More)
Our Brazilian friend Goncalves, “obsessed by having a fashion smartwatch”, worked on a very cool project: Arduino based smartwatch, with pedometer, altimeter, accelerometer and other interesting featu... (See More)
Why “Fishino” ?
The names comes to a joke made on April Fools’ Day (in Italian “Pesce d’Aprile“, and ‘Pesce‘, which sounds ‘pashe’ means Fish) made on an Arduino forum where we “presented” a new... (See More)