arduino

  • The UDOO Neo Adds More Power To The Ultimate DIY Board

    The UDOO Neo Adds More Power To The Ultimate DIY Board

    The original UDOO board was pretty amazing. A merging of Raspberry Pi and Arduino, the system let you run a tiny computer on a single board as well as control electronic projects. It was a very geeky little tool and proved to be quite popular. Well, the UDOO is back and it’s a lot better. The new UDOO Neo includes a Raspberry Pi, an Arduino board, a 9-axis sensor, magnetometer… Read More

  • RoboCore Is A Core For Your Robo

    RoboCore Is A Core For Your Robo

    Krakow-based RoboCore has just launched on Kickstarter and is looking for a mere $50,000 to help you build better robots. The device is essentially a brain for your robotic projects. It is compatible with LEGO MindStorms and allows you to control multiple servos and sensors. You can also stream audio and video through the box. You program it via an IDE and then upload instructions… Read More

  • You Can Play Tetris On This Steampunk Bracelet

    You Can Play Tetris On This Steampunk Bracelet

    Keven Bates, the creator of the Arduboy programmable business card, has taken his upcoming project and stuffed it into the coolest bracelet you’ll see all week. The wearable, made of copper and exposed circuitry (do not get it wet, naturally) can play Tetris on a tiny LCD screen. You move the blocks by tapping the sides of the bracelet and it scrolls the falling parts across multiple… Read More

  • If You Watch One Video Featuring An Arduino-Powered Stepper Motor Music Box Today, Make It This One

    If You Watch One Video Featuring An Arduino-Powered Stepper Motor Music Box Today, Make It This One

    Today in devices that use stepper motors to make beautiful music we present to you this Arduino-powered, Raspberry-Pi containing music box that uses simple stepper motors to grind out merry tunes and a pair of servos to supply a percussion backup. The box, created by Jeremy Weatherford, is surprisingly simple. The Raspberry Pi contains the music and activates the stepper motors at the right time. Read More

  • The Biggest Joystick

    Up Close With The Biggest Joystick In The World (That We Know Of)

    A member of the Udoo team, Michelangelo Guarise, was at the Maker Faire in New York this weekend with a special treat: something that appears to be one of the biggest working joysticks in the world. Built by the Udoo team, the massive stick and two Frisbee buttons allowed children of all ages to play emulated games on a little LCD screen connected to Guarise’s creation. Udoo, as… Read More

  • Hover Adds Gestures And Touch To Your DIY Electronics

    Hover Adds Gestures And Touch To Your DIY Electronics

    Arduino hackers rejoice: you can now add touch sensitivity and gesture controls to your tiny electronics projects, something that could add some very compelling user experience tweaks to existing projects. Called Hover, the $39 board is basically a capacitive touch sensitive PCB with a small controller built in. Read More

  • Microview Shrinks Arduino Into A Teeny, Weenie OLED Module

    Microview Shrinks Arduino Into A Teeny, Weenie OLED Module

    Do you desire a teeny, tiny, little Arduino board with OLED display? You bet you do! Microview is a new “chip-sized” Arduino on Kickstarter that costs $45. What can it do? All kinds of stuff! Read More

  • Power Big Electronics Projects With The Controllino Arduino Board

    Power Big Electronics Projects With The Controllino Arduino Board

    If you’ve messed with Arduino, the inexpensive micro controller, you’ll know that you can run a small motor or turn an LED on and off, but anything else – powering a pump, turning on a light bulb – usually ends up in sadness and smoke. That’s where the Controllino comes in. Read More

  • Start Your Weekend Right With This DIY Drink Mixing Arduino Project

    Start Your Weekend Right With This DIY Drink Mixing Arduino Project

    While this is no Monsieur, this DIY Arduino project may be the next best thing. The system uses a kitchen scale, a little amplifier, and an Arduino Uno (you can add in a Bluetooth chip if you want this to be wireless.) You place the shaker on the scale and a connected Android device prompts you to put in various boozes, measuring each pour in real time. When you’ve poured in enough… Read More

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