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Alarm Clock that Opens Window Blinds

Alarm Clock that Opens Window Blinds

  If you are a heavy sleeper you might need an Alarm Clock that Opens Window Blinds. What better way to wake up than some rays of sun shine, this is assuming that you are trying to wake up in the morning when the sun is out.

Published: April 11th, 2015

GPS Guided RC Boat

GPS Guided RC Boat

  This GPS Guided RC Boat project is a great way to capture some interesting pre-determined navigation scenes. The boat does a great job of navigating until it hits something or gets swamped.

Published: April 11th, 2015

Box that can be Unlocked with a Flame

Box that can be Unlocked with a Flame

Alex Glover created a locked box project, some project boxes need a secret knock code to unlock, GPS positions to unlock and dice roll combinations to unlock.

Published: April 5th, 2015

Arduino Support for the ESP8266 Serial WIFI Wireless Transceiver Module

Arduino Support for the ESP8266 Serial WIFI Wireless Transceiver Module

The ESP8266 Serial WIFI Wireless Transceiver Module is popular (we have  been giving them away in some contests). It packs a lot of features in a small package for a great price.

Published: April 5th, 2015

GSM Power Monitor and Control

GSM Power Monitor and Control

If you would like to keep better track of your energy usage this GSM Power Monitor and Control by Idris Zainal Abidin might be just what you need.

Published: March 29th, 2015

Laser Oscilloscope using two Speakers

Laser Oscilloscope using two Speakers

Kerry Wong has built a great Laser Oscilloscope using two Speakers. Of course this is not something that can be used to measure any real voltages or waveforms with any accuracy, for that you can use any used $50 scope.

Published: March 29th, 2015

DIY Oscilloscope using Arduino Uno and Mega

DIY Oscilloscope using Arduino Uno and Mega

If you are interested in making a very basic scope to monitor some simple things before you spend the money on a real scope have a look at the work that vaupell posted in the Element 14 community.

Published: March 29th, 2015

Cliff Test  Constant Current Variable Load

Cliff Test Constant Current Variable Load

  Check out the Cliff Test, it is a Constant Current Variable Load by TimNJ. It is based on the popular inexpensive load tester circuit that Dave Jones built a while ago.

Published: March 29th, 2015

DIY LED Display using WS2811 LED Strips

DIY LED Display using WS2811 LED Strips

If you are looking to build a large low resolution screen stringing a bunch of WS2811 LED Strips together might be just the thing. ejunky66 shows us how you can make a cool flexible DIY LED Display using WS2811 LED Strips.

Published: March 22nd, 2015

Raspberry Pi Minecraft Blocks with NFC

Raspberry Pi Minecraft Blocks with NFC

If you are into minecraft you will soon be able to use some technology to interact with the game using physical objects. Adafruit is making this possible with an NFC reader that they will be releasing soon.

Published: March 22nd, 2015


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