Using the MeArm robot kit, and an Arduino, you can make an amazing little robotic arm for less than $100, that can be controlled remotely.
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This Arduino based MIDI guitar synth controller uses 3 ribbon controllers as ‘strings’, 3 pads to ‘strum’ the strings, and an XY controller.
Oak is a new board by DigiStump. Compatible with Arduino, it features in-built WiFi and a tiny size, perfect for embedded projects.
These pair of rollerblades by Anurag Mishra track the rider’s speed, along with the current temperature and humidity.
Play V6 is a brilliant little project that is a 6-part, 8-bit music player, made from an Arduino Uno, some capacitors and resistors.
The ‘Piano Stairs’ is a little project that plays a different note every time you step on a step, playing a musical scale as you ascend.
Sesame is a project that lets you open a door by simply saying “Open Sesame” into your smartphone or smartwatch.
Flappy Bird, the game that took the world by storm, has been re-created on a 16×16 dot matrix.
The Spark Electron is a great little board, that has mobile cell connectivity, and includes a SIM card a bargain data package.
The Arduino itself isn’t really capable of playing music on its own, but add an Anniken Andee shield, and you’re good to go!
Ringo is a cute little palm-sized robot that resembles a bug. It features all the right components for your first robotics project.
The Qduino Mini is a small and light embedded Arduino compatible board, with a battery charger unit, allowing portable, rechargeable project.