Do it Without Arduino
A simple tutorial to set up ICStation's DC to DC automatic boost buck converter (5 - 32V to 1.25 - 20V 5A) for electronic use.
Use an RGB matrix and a micro:bit to display the time with an awesome game of PONG. Made with love and TinyGo.
An automated pigeon repellent using Texas Instruments MSP-EXP430G2 MSP430 LaunchPad, 2 IR sensors, 2 RC servos, and a pepper spray.
The Cortex-M1 is ideal for implementations in low-cost FPGA Spartan 7 devices. Let's look at an example project.
In the hydroponic farming industry, a method of growing is referred to as ebb and flow. Our project automates this task.
A virtual reality system using a similar device to Google Cardboard, a compatible phone and a lot of cables.
The ability to process, manipulate and otherwise work with audio signals is a key feature of DSP in FPGA. Here's a look at how we do this!
A cheap DIY version of Nanoleaf RGB LIGHT with ATtiny85 and WS2812 RGB strip.
Translate music to a dazzling light show with this customizable light controller project. Great for DJs, parties, and 1:1 shows!
The Xilinx Pynq framework enables us to use Python and Jupyter notebooks with FPGA designs.
A thermostat with an OLED capable of plugging into a USB port.
This will walk you through how to use the PCB Ruler to measure things that are longer than the maximum measuring capacity of the ruler.
Build a dynamic audio visualizer that responds to music, voices and other auditory input using Pmod MIC, Arduino Uno and Processing.
Build a weather station with Arduino & ASP.NET Core.
This project is a GPS tracking system with LCD display using an Arduino Uno and a Digilent PmodGPS.
FPGAs / SoCs are great for signal processing. Let's take a look at how we can implement a test platform for experimentation.
This project demonstrates how easy you can use the DMMShield from Digilent with all Arduino boards.
The project is intended to detect the location of fault in underground cable lines from the base station to exact location in kilometers.
Exploring pulse width modulation, pulse density modulation, and digital to analog conversion using the Analog Discovery 2 and Waveforms!
Python-powered edge analytics and machine learning for electric drives.
Make Rock Paper Scissors game fairer.
I wasn't happy with the way the square waves sound, so I explored using other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
Light up three different LEDs using pulse width modulation corresponding to different ranges of analog input voltages.
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