In this article, you’ll learn how to create and manufacture your own custom PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) from start to finish. Improve your skills with this career-focused step-by-step electrical engineering tutorial.
Did you know that Twitter is filled with over 15% bots? Pretty crazy, right?! In this article, we will create a different type of robot – a Twitter bot. Twitter bots control a Twitter account via the Twitter API. A Twitter bot is nothing but a script that performs a specific task in a loop. We […]
Recently I shared tutorials on using BME280 sensor and OLED Display with Arduino. I recommend you check it out if you haven’t already. In this article, we will make an indoor Arduino weather station. Previously, we made a simple weather station without sensors. But, for this project we will use an Arduino nano, a BME280 […]
In this article we will learn about another popular sensor in the market known as the BME280. Developed by Bosch, the BME280 is an integrated environment sensor for mobile applications. It is a barometric sensor which can provide Temperature, Pressure and Humidity data quite accurately. Today we will learn more about this cool sensor and […]
In this tutorial I will show you how to use an OLED Display with Arduino. There are several types of displays available in the market, namely: LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), LED, OLED (Organic LED) and eInk display. LCD and OLED are the most common ones. In this post we will learn how to use OLED […]
In the previous tutorial I shared a beginners guide to get started with Raspberry Pi. In that article I covered how to burn Raspbian OS onto micro SD card. Now to use the Pi as a computer we need lot of other peripherals such as monitor, HDMI cable, Wireless keyboard, OTG adapter (for Pi Zero). […]
Lately we have been creating projects that use the Raspberry Pi computer. Unlike Arduino, the Raspberry Pi is a computer, so it won’t work without installing the Operating System. In this article, you’ll learn how to start with Raspberry Pi by creating a bootable Raspbian SD card. What is Raspberry Pi? To start, the Raspberry […]
Previously, I posted a tutorial about home automation where I showed you how you can control relays over the internet using an Android app. In this article, I will show you how to configure your home automation system using Google Assistant and an ESP8266. In this project, you’ll learn how to build a voice-controlled appliance. […]
In this tutorial I will show you how to make a simple line follower robot. Normally these type of robots use microcontrollers and complex logic to track and follow line. But today I will be showing you how you can make a simple line follower without a microcontroller. Before we start making the robot, let’s […]
Use Python, OpenCV, and Arduino to control a pan-tilt mechanism with your face.
In the previous tutorial, I showed you how to use a BLE module to control an LED. For this tutorial, we will expand upon that knowledge to create an Arduino Bluetooth Car that can be controlled using a Smartphone. You can pick up an Arduino Robot kit or source all the materials separately to build […]
I am back again with a simple electronics tutorial for beginners. In this post, I will show you how to get started with the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 4.0 module to control LEDs. This project can be adapted to also control relays or robots. BLE is not like normal HC05/06 modules, because it works on […]
Home automation is a trending topic these days so I wanted to share with you a new project. We are going to control AC appliances over the internet using an Android phone from anywhere around the world. I used an ESP8266 development board as the main controller. Here we will be using RemoteMe services. If […]
In this post, I will show you how to connect your NodeMCU or ESP8266 development board to the Internet, and control devices using a web browser. You can use it for a number of projects like, automation, controlling robots over a long distance, and much more. Before you get started checkout the previous article on […]
Have you ever wanted to make a simple weather station to see current weather condition? Do you have a YouTube Channel and want to gather the number of subscribers and the view count? Then, you’ll want to stick around for this tutorial. A lot of tutorials use various sensors and devices to get the data. But […]