Is your controller for your toy train set a bit boring? Hook it up to a Wii Nunchuck and get full control over your train’s locomotion.
The Twitter Mood Light changes colour depending on the overall mood of the world, calculated via tweets on Twitter.
The Dobot is an open-source robotic arm based on Arduino. It’s easy to use, easy to program, and features various real-world controls.
The relaunched Atmegatron and its little brother the miniAtmegatron are 8-bit chip-tune synthesisers based on the Arduino.
The O Watch is a 3D-printable smartwatch designed by an 8-year-old maker, sporting a colour OLED screen, and a bunch of sensors.
This 3D printed Jeep by Nicolas Roux, features tank tracks, and is controlled by an Arduino via an Android app over Bluetooth.
The LightBlue Blue+ is a great little board, sporting Bluetooth, a battery, an accelerometer and a temperature sensor.
This kitchen knife orchestra is a dangerous project that uses knives, solenoids, and some very high voltage to play a Bee Gees classic.
A German youth club have designed the “Floppy Organ” – an array of 49 floppy disc drives, playable from a standard MIDI keyboard.
Harnessing the power of “OK Google”, this coffee table reacts to voice commands, turning it on, off and changing colours.