I made this project in order to experience the fun of playing table tennis anytime, anywhere, even in small places.
Simple DIY #Halloween decoration with #Arduino LCD #display and #WS2812B RGB lighting capable of #sound effects and #sensors
Wants to build the RGB Shang-Chi Ten Rings for this Halloween? Stay tuned. #superhero #halloweencostume #ring #ws2812b #rgb #light
The Neopixel LED module has many attractive features. With a microcontroller base, they can produce millions of different lights.
hii, friends I hope you all are fine today i'll show you how to Make TV Ambilight Using Arduino This is a very easy project.
Amazing bias light system for your PC.
I let the internet display messages on my University graduation cap and I did not regret it! Find out how I did it.
The most basic NeoPixel interface doesn't consume precious PSOC hardware resources. based on GPIO and Core timings
This is a thermometer intended for measuring the temperature in the room where we are staying, also known as room comfort thermometer.
Why keep it small? Giant Acrylic 14 Bands spectrum analyzer, open source Arduino
This is another one of my series of unusual clocks. The time is displayed on the WS2812 LED strip containing 34 LEDs
A system that gives my bike front and tail lights, a turn signal, and a speedometer, all in a clean and simple design.
How to make balancing LED dot using WS2812 LED strip and MPU6050 accelerometer and gyroscope module.
This article will be a bit about electronics, soldering, 3d printing, PCB, all thanks to my new project, automatic stair lights.
Multi-functional, solar powered streetlight designed to fashionably improve visibility as well as offer generic information via IoT
We, makers, love WS2812B - the addressable LEDs; however, it is pain to power them. We will show you how to use RB0004 to power them easily!
In this project it is presented 1-dimensional version of the classic game ‘Pong’ made with NeoPixel LED strip.
Make audio come to life. Get the mood on and "See the music" suitable for gaming and music.
Today I built with Arduino a simple game for 2 players. Each player have to spin the wheel and the winner is the player that scores higher!
Not your typical wall clock that tells time, it also becomes your wall light panels that lit up your scifi-like bedroom.
It will show you the ways the pawn can move. Or if you move with Knight, it will draw you an "L". So you will never forget
I built a 3D scanner that can predict whether peanut M&Ms have peanuts in the center, or are pure chocolate.
In this second tutorial I will be sending text and color data through the internet.
Contains a linear scale in which the frequency is displayed with an color LED dot which is an integral part of the WS2812 LED strip.