Arduino Projects

Arduino is one of the most exciting embedded development board evolved from the open source community to learn  and build arduino projects for hobbyists and electronic enthusiasts. It is the best resource for making DIY projects and Prototypes.

The Arduino makes use of different Microprocessors and on-chip microcontrollers to design devices that interact with the sensors and actuators.

The most popular variants of Arduino are Arduino UNO, Arduino YUN, Arduino LEONARDO, Arduino NANO, Arduino MEGA.

Arduino comes with prebuilt shields for ease of interfacing various add-on modules like GSM/GPRS shield, Ethernet shield, USB shield, and Wireless shield for IOT projects.

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Ultrasonic Proximity Sensor Arduino

So, here is another easy-to-build ultrasonic proximity sensor based on Arduino to detect objects made from various materials regardless of their shape, colour, or surface contour. Thanks, it operates using high-frequency sound waves that are […]

Electronic Chirping Cricket – STEM DIY

The Chirping Cricket presented here creates electronic cricket chirping sounds that can be used for recreational purposes or to simulate warm summer nights. It is actually a continuation of a previously published similar do-it-yourself fun […]

Another Fun Kids Noise Bomb

Fear not, the cool noise bomb featured here cannot be used to send someone into the air. But if you just want to scare your friends (or someone at a friendly gathering), this little toy […]

Simple Arduino Psychedelic Lamp

The biggest attraction in most discotheques is the colourful strobe lights which are often synchronised to the rocking music. Another interesting gimmick is the psychedelic light system which enlivens things up a bit by flashing […]

Adaptive Arduino Night-Light

Arduino is certainly a great microcontroller platform for STEM kids as it provides a wide range of learning opportunities for both students and teachers. So, this post is all about making your own smart night-light […]

An Arduino Long Event Timer

A common application for electronic timers is to turn electrical devices on/off until a predetermined time, a task that can easily be implemented with ubiquitous microcontrollers like the Arduino! Usually that time period starts from […]