Test your mettle against this board!
How to get the JDY-08 module to stream data to your Android phone!
While blinking LEDs can be really fun, wireless communication is like magic. I combined an nRF24 chip with a ATMEGA328P on a PCB.
After messing around with the nRF52 for a little while, one day I wondered if there was a cheaper option for bluetooth modules, because all I really wanted was the Bluetooth from the
A little desk thingy that can report the weather outside and serve as a Pomodoro timer. I call it the Able Stable. Background I often find myself checking on the weather before I
This is a teardown of the IKEA TVÄRS lamp and provides two small but fun projects you can do with this very versatile, very affordable lamp from IKEA: a controllable RGB lamp and
I first came across Zest while browsing the Adafruit blog. It struck me as one of the better put together student projects and I was very impressed by the completeness, both by it's
Chronicling my adventures of making and remixing various boards with the marvelous SAMD21 M0+ chip in all it's various incarnations.
This is a cycling glove that lights up with a flick of the wrist. Additional projected capabilities include bluetooth communication, a compass mode, and a waypoint mode where the glove points you to
Calm down, refresh, and focus with this little tool. A Hackaday Prize Finalist!
So, this week I managed to get my hands on one of these (recycled): Figure 1. 3-Light LED RGB Puck Light Kit This is sold in Home Depot for about $30. However, the
Ever wanted a artificial assistant that you control? Well now you can! With all the api's floating around, it is extremely simple to build a Siri-like/Alexa device that you can completely program
I built a sunrise alarm clock in Arduino.
This project is a combination of a paracord bracelet and Adafruit's LED Friendship Bracelet by Becky Stern which can be found here. The problem that I had with the original design was that
The Digispark is a low-cost Attiny85 module that breaks out all pins in a breadboard friendly format and combines it with a USB interface to allow programming with the Arduino IDE. Because it
I got started by Googling how to get started with Arduino and came across a description of the Drawdio in the post. I followed the link to the Maker website and began my