This FAC based Rubik’s cube solver uses a Pi to calculate the moves, and just gets on with it, in a beautiful, fluid motion.
When most people think of microcontrollers, they think of robots. Everyone dreams of a futuristic and automated world. That’s why there is an abundance of Arduino based home automation products and robots available; even Arduino themselves have created an Arduino Robot board!
Find yourself leaving the garage door open? Check out this project that will remind you if you haven’t closed the door.
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.
The TouchUp is a custom project to control a hospital bed from an iPad, and was designed for a patient with MS.
This Arduino based weather station can measure temperature, wind speed (+gust and direction) , rain, humidity and atmospheric pressure.
This prosthetic arm is created out of an Arduino, and a 3D printer, and is controllable by brainwaves received by a headset.
Do you need to know wind direction, but don’t want to go online to check? This Arduino wind-sock will solve your problem!
This Arduino-controlled yoghurt maker uses a high power resistor to provide the heat. It shows how a bit of ingenuity goes a long way!
The Inebriator is an automated cocktail making machine. Simply choose your poison, and the Inebriator will make it up for you.
If you want a coffee to be ready for you when you get home, you can simply send a ‘tweet’ and the Tweet-A-Pot will get one made for you.