This project is a continuation of my quest to build a robotic clock that can write and rewrite the time continuously, day in and day out. My first attempt, Doodle Clock, was a failure due to the marker drying up.
Make an Iron-on Textile Circuit and Learn All About Wearables
All instruments are inventions, and all music is made up — so make your own, using microcontrollers
Exploring the Microverse: Making Music With Microcontrollers
Exploring the Microverse: Machine Learning on Microcontrollers
Storm Warning Lightning Detector
Dr. Squiggles: An AI Rhythm Robot
Practice “slow making” and mindfulness while needle-felting, then sew on a light to complete the magical experience
LED Lit Felted Mushrooms
Laser-cut and edge-lit, these 10-digit numeric displays are bigger, brighter, and safer than the old tubes.
LED “Nixie” Display
Craft A Minecraft Creeper Robot
Control the color of these LED party shoes and matching bracelet wirelessly with Adafruit’s handy app
Insta-Hue LED Party Heels
Livestream-Interactive Confetti Cannon
This tiny circuit will annoy friends and family with its piezo buzzer that makes unwanted sounds, and an LED that will blink in the wee hours of the night.
Prank Your Friends with This Chirping, Blinking Throwie
This project displays live traffic conditions between two locations on a physical map, using an Adafruit Feather Huzzah that gathers data from the Google Maps API and then sets the color of a string of NeoPixels
Arduino-Neopixel Traffic Map
Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.
Assemble a Robot Opponent for Air Hockey
Construct an Arduino guitar pedal stompbox with easy-to-find parts and you'll be having fun creating your own sounds in not time.
Build an Arduino Guitar Pedal Stompbox
Adafruit’s Fona microcontroller, with a GSM phone module, can be used to make your very own dieselpunk cellphone that can make calls and store contacts.
Build a 1930’s Style Dieselpunk Cellphone
Ted Kinsman walks you through the step-by-step process for the conversational piece at your next party: a drink-making robot.
Build a Simple Cocktail Drinkbot with Arduino