Check out these Arduino projects built by our customers. They range from data logging, to animatronic displays, to projects that mess with your cat.
I hope you’ll find the following projects as interesting as I do!
This article was written by James G, one of the students in the Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners: Often we share some of our finished (or somewhat finished) projects. But this is often only a small part of a bigger story. The whole story is a journey of countless trial and error in design and…Read More
Combining electronics and 3D printing never ceases to amaze me. It feels like the possibility for creating exists within the walls of our own homes like never before. This smart alarm clock project by James Greeve, a student of Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners, is a perfect example of a functional 3D printed object.Read More
Paul, a student of the Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners Online Academy, has begun to automate his home by using an Arduino to batch together tasks that once each required attention. Batching is a great way to jump into home automation, especially when you can identify things that you almost always do at the same…Read More
Creativity is great, but even better is having the skill to express that creativity in a useful and fun way. This unique Arduino lamp was created by James [ A student of the Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners] as a retirement gift for a fellow employ of a power plant.Read More
Need to test some large circuit breakers? You may have found your solution! This Arduino circuit breaker simulator project was submitted by James, a student of the Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners. Let me just say I am impressed – I wish I could build something half as cool!Read More
Interested in building your own battery charger? So is Jeremy Hemming , who has been exploring ways to create an Arduino based intelligent battery charger for his car battery and his 18V drill batteries. This video is a demonstration of charging and monitoring capacitors using external power supply, an Arduino board and an LCD as a display.Read More