A complete guide for LED Blinking

What is LED? A light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor light source. LEDs have allowed new text, video displays, and sensors to be developed, while their high switching rates are also useful in advanced communications technology. What is LED Blinking? LED blinking is same as eye blinking. Close and open eyes is called an eye […]

LM35 temperature sensor interfacing with arduino

Hello friends this is another arduino project. LM35 is a very common temperature sensor among all the hobbyists and students for their project work, and it is really easy to use it also you only need to read adc to get the temperature data.If you are using arduino ide you just have to write “analogRead […]

Wall clock made of RGB Pixels Running on Arduino

Hello friends this is a very impressive post about making your own wall clock made of RGB LEDs. This is done by Genius Devil (Tobi). He has used Arduino to manage RGB LEDs and  DS1307 RTC to maintain time. He has made a laser cut frame for his wall clock. This clock has a really […]

Mailbox Notifier That Sends You a Text Message When You Get a Mail

Hello friends this is a simple mailbox notifier made by Felix. This is a microcontroller based mailbox monitoring system.He’s using a Moteino, which is an Arduino clone of his own making. Microcontroller uses a hall effect sensor to detect the transition of door.The board takes care of wireless communication and sends data to his home, […]

An LED Sequencer with arduino

Here is a simple LED sequencer made with a microcontroller.No more technical details are shared, but just blinking LEDs in proper sequence with music beat can make a good project.Have a look at video

Elevator Programming done by Arduino

Hello friends here is an “elevator” project by Genius Devil (Don B). A motor moves the car up and down based on button presses (up or down), and an ultrasonic sensor tells when the car has reached the destination “floor”.  A 7-segment LED displays the floor number, and a piezo buzzer goes off when the […]

Lava Lamp made with Arduino

Hello friends here is  Lava Lamp made with Arduino.  This lavalamp uses 20 RGB-LEDs each controlled by a single WS2812 RGB-Controller. It uses only 5 or 6 watt and providing 8 different modes that are controlled by a Arduino pro mini 328 5V/16MHz board. The potentiometer with knobs are used to switch between the modes […]