Arduino

Arduino Air Force : DIY Robotic Cardboard Quadcopters

You're hellbent on taking over the world, but one race of robotic minions isn't enough for you. With your hexapod robots acting as your ground forces, it's only natural to take to the skies. These cardboard quadcopters are the perfect air force for you. Combined, you are mere ...more

How To : Make an EMF detector out of an Arduino

An EMF detector lets you pick up on electromagnetic fields, a useful tool if you're into amateur ghosthunting. To make this, you will need some wire, a resistor, and an LED. You will also need an Arduino to use as a controller.

How To : Make Arduino circuit boards for robotics

This week on Make Magazine is a project with parts from the Arduino Starter Kit. Skip over building the Proto Shield. Otherwise, it's a simple build that doesn't require any soldering. Arduino is a speaking control for robotics. It can be used in other Make kits or robotic pro ...more

How To : Control an LED with Arduino

See how to control an LED with Arduino with MAKE Magazine! This is a video tutorial on a favorite little micro-controller, the Arduino. This is a really informal how-to, and is meant to show you just how fast and easy it is to work with the Arduino. This video is all about bl ...more

How To : Add a push button with Arduino to control an LED

See how to a a button with Arduino with MAKE Magazine! This is a video tutorial on a favorite little micro-controller, the Arduino. This is a really informal how-to, and is meant to show you just how fast and easy it is to work with the Arduino. This video is all about connec ...more

News : DIY 3D-Printed Arduino Robot

This is a nice project that you can continue to work on and modify as you learn more Arduino projects. The Instructable linked below goes through the complete build for the Bluetooth-enabled robot seen in the first half of the video. As long as you have a 3D printer, this pro ...more

HowTo : Arduino High Speed Photography Trigger

Photography guru Matt Richardson demonstrates how to build your own arduino high speed flash trigger so you can create awesome work like this. Pick up the project code here. Video: Make a high speed photography trigger with an Arduino. Previously, Do-It-Yourself: High Speed Ph ...more

News : Comic Book Instructions Make Arduino Hacking Easy

If you didn't think you could make a high speed photography trigger or hack together some creepy googly eyeballs for Halloween, then you've got another think coming, because learning how to use Arduino just got easier thanks to Jody Culkin and her wonderful comic book introduc ...more

How To : Make an Arduino Shield

Two years ago, driven by a good friend of mine i decided to give it a try on timelapse photography. I had a DSLR camera but didn't had an intervalometer, so i assembled a small electronic circuit on top of an Arduino Uno, made some basic code and did my first timelapse movie. ...more

How To : Make integrated Arduino cuff links

Project 5 from Popular Science's 5 minute Projects with Craftsmen Tool is 'Integrated Circuit Cufflinks'. What Bond would wear if he could program an Arduino. Editor and sartorial nerd Doug Cantor fires up the soldering iron to show you how to turn spare buttons and leftover ...more

How To : What is An Arduino? (Part 1)

I'm back. School's an ass. On my quest for knowledge, which started approximately 3 years ago, I can upon an interesting little artifact. It is called the Arduino. What Is the Arduino? The Arduino is an open-sourced prototype board. You use it to make projects, and is great ...more

How To : Harness Bluetooth Communication Using Arduino

Since its creation, Arduino has been growing exponentially more popular as DIY enthusiasts and Makers alike realize its potential. As new versions of the device are released, many easy-to-use peripherals are showing up on the market also. One of the more important features of ...more

News : Arduino-based Curtain Automation

Jamie Zawinski uses a command line to control his curtains.. ..How cool is that? How does one just wake up one day and think, - "Hm, by automating my curtains, I could save 5-10s of walking time to the window and a few jaules of energy per morning... To the construction desk ...more

How To : Sew a connection to an arduino on your clothing

Make your clothing really light up! This tutorial shows you how to properly and carefully sew a connection to an arduino to some fabric, so you can incorporate some lightweight electronics into your next fashion project or battery operated costume piece.

How To : Make a robot out of household items

This do it yourself robot can be made out of many materials you can find around your house. You'll need a few special non household items, such as an arduino and a class 3 laser. However, once you assemble everything correctly, you can make a sentry robot inspired by the robot ...more

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