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Looking to practice your Arduino Skills? Then you’ll want to try these 15 Arduino Projects!
Not sure what sensors to use for your next Arduino project? Then you’ll want to read this article.
Learn how to collect data from analog sensors using Arduino. This guide will show you the process of wiring, programming, and analyzing real-time data from sensors. Read on!
If you’re looking for your next robotics or home automation project, then you’ll want to check out these 5 best Raspberry Pi kits for 2019.
BOOOOOO! Scare your friends with this Glowing Ghost project using electronics and circuits. Using an electrical schematic, we’ll create a circuit that automatically lights up the ghost when it’s dark. Build yours today. Limited Glowing Ghost kits are available!
Are you looking for a way to measure distances? Then you’re probably going to want to use an IR sensor or an Ultrasonic sensor. Which one is better? How do you decide which one to use? Find out that and more in this article! We’ll explore both of these sensors and provide some examples of how to apply them in your next project.
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.
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 […]
The Raspberry Pi is a single board computer that also has a set of GPIO pins. GPIO stands for General Purpose Inputs and Outputs. Like Arduino, you can use the GPIO pins to attach sensors and electronic components. This tutorial is designed to give you a crash course in Raspberry Pi GPIO pins, and how […]
I’ve been doing a lot of circuit work these days and wanted to share with you my methodology for surface mount soldering. This tutorial is meant to show you how to surface mount solder in three steps. It’s the guide I wish I had to outline the process of going from IC in its raw […]
The Arduino IDE is a great development tool for those just getting started with Arduino. However, if you’re an intermediate prototyper or have a strong programming background, you’ll find it to be pretty basic. The development features are pretty limited, and you have to write your programs in Arduino’s version of C/C++. The IDE supports […]
There are many feats of learning Arduino. Besides plugging in your board and downloading the “blink” sketch, it’s important to learn more about digital inputs. The epitome of digital inputs is push buttons. Push buttons are used for a variety of applications to trigger events. In this tutorial, we’re going to explore how to record […]
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 […]