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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.

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Arduino clone NerO

FTDI Chip is using Kickstarter to fund an open source reference design for an Arduino UNO compatible board. The NerO is based on the company’s FT231X USB UART, and delivers 5V at 1A without overheatin... (See More)

NGUYEN VAN HAI
2017-01-23 18:19:01
Roberto Dias
2017-01-25 18:19:01
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Open Hardware Guitar Amplifier

ElectroSmash just released an open hardware guitar amplifier called the 1Wamp. Designed as a small and portable 1 watt amplifier loaded with all the features of big amps, the project was fully develop... (See More)

giovannipisu
2017-01-23 18:18:55
paufler71
2017-01-25 18:18:55
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An Arduino-Controlled Light Sensor

Monitoring the output of a light-dependent resistor, or photoresistor, allows the Arduino to know how light or dark it is. When the light falls below a certain level, the Arduino turns on a couple of ... (See More)

dydzld765lebl9
2017-01-23 18:16:25
Clyde
2017-01-25 18:16:25
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ESP WiFi Shield: the network wireless connection

It is not the first time that we propose a shield that is dedicated to the network wireless connection, and there are two reasons for that: on a side, Arduino’s world is interested in applications tha... (See More)

TEO ESPEJEL
2017-01-22 19:20:32
John Inlow
2017-01-24 19:20:32
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Communicate serially with the Arduino is really easy

Communicating serially with the Arduino is really easy. Here, we'll show how to take some temperature measurements and then send the measurements over the serial link. Unlike other devices, Ardu... (See More)

nestandart
2017-01-22 19:19:19
Toni
2017-01-24 19:19:19
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Controlling a DC Motor by Using Arduino

By connecting an L298 bridge IC to an Arduino, you can control a DC motor. A direct current, or DC, motor is the most common type of motor. DC motors normally have just two leads, one positive a... (See More)

Vasiliy
2017-01-22 19:14:05
Mikael
2017-01-24 19:14:05
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HeartThrob Is Hacking your Valentine

Today we present the perfect Valentine gadget: just shake it and it will turn on and crate incredible light animations. That will be cool for sure! We know that, as it’s Valentine’s Day, looking... (See More)

ingcaschera
2017-01-22 18:22:03
Prashanth Gunjur
2017-01-24 18:22:03
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Presepino makes your nativity scene

A light system, capable of simulating the alternation of night and day, that will make your nativity scene – be it a small or a big one – even more realistic. Our circuit is capable of piloting four l... (See More)

mattiamanovalanza
2017-01-22 18:21:04
Setyawan P. Sakti
2017-01-24 18:21:04
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A tutorial for the Arduino Motor Shield

Overview The Arduino Motor Shield is a shield that lets you control various loads that a typical Arduino pin cannot drive. The motor shield has quite a few features such as current measuring an... (See More)

madeo
2017-01-20 20:08:41
Biagio Carlucci
2017-01-22 20:08:41
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TinyK20 Board: A Data Logger

After presenting yesterday the tinyK20 board, we will show you two example projects done by using the MCU board. Today, a datalogger device used to log gyro sensors: For a research project... (See More)

kementze19
2017-01-19 21:28:10
juan.jfl
2017-01-21 21:28:10
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