This project combines eLua with an open source RISC-V CPU core to a powerful, self-hosted embedded platform for FPGAs.
We finished the Cobra MiniSumo chassis build in part 1 of this project. Let's add some brain power this time.
Diversity Adaptive Obstacle Avoiding Robot
A tiny telegraph that can write any text messages that look like a telegrammes. This project made of oak plywood.
Interactive snake enclosure that is temperature and humidity controlled and uses lat-long to mimic natural light cycles, with an online cam.
You want to attach the DigiSpark ATtiny85 to a tiny OLED (128x32 pixels) and make it use easily readable, huge fonts (16x32 pixels WxH)?
I wasn't happy with the way the square waves sound, so I explored using other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
It's a Morse code receiver base on processing the light signals.
How to build an humidity and temperature meter with time display from an old voltage meter casing.
The HDrive is an easy to use IoT-enabled servo drive, both for the inexperienced and for professionals.
A robot capable of motion in response to our gestures.
Ever care about the place you may spend one third of a day? enVMon captures noise level, air quality, UV level, temperature and humidity.
An infrastructural imaginary where an ore of granule particles (silica and iron) is written and read as a granular record.
This project is a plant watering system.
This propeller display is mechanically scanned and displays the characters in digital format. Made from scrap it can be used anywhere.
I present to you a virtual machine with shell that can execute files compiled for it and work with hardware, such as SD, TFT, keyboard, RTC.
Automatically turn on the humidifier when the environment humidity is below 50%.
A scrolling text display, using 294 LEDs to simulate a stock exchange ticker.
A standalone portable and ruggedized electronics lab bench!
A two-wheel robotics platform built on the Arty development board.
Create a hospitality robot that is capable of interacting with visitors at public spaces such as malls, rec centers, hospitals, stadium etc.
This tutorial describes the process of setting up a Raspberry Pi as a LabVIEW target using LINX.
Set up an RGB LED to phase through the colors of the rainbow, or use twist knobs to make a custom color.
This is a low cost robot that will help students in better learning and understanding.
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