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.
These smart ballet shoes track a dancer’s movements, and can display them artistically via an app.
These smart juggling balls change colour depending on the reading of a 6 DOF sensor, creating a hypnotic pattern of colour.