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Bringing Snake to your coffee tableby Arduino Team on 21 April 2021 at 15:10
Snake is a classic game — more a genre of games — that dates all the way back to 1976 with the release of the Blockade arcade game. Many consoles and devices have received variations of Snake, putting it in the same league as Tetris and block breakers. Now Ty and Gig Builds have used an Arduino to construct a giant The post Bringing Snake to your coffee table appeared first on Arduino Blog.
This Arduino-controlled ball launcher lets your pup play fetch for hoursby Arduino Team on 20 April 2021 at 23:08
Many dog breeds require a lot of exercise and mental stimulation to be healthy and happy, but not many of us want to spend our time endlessly throwing a tennis ball. That’s why Connor Benson used an Arduino Nano to build an automatic ball launcher that is capable of keeping his pup entertained all day The post This Arduino-controlled ball launcher lets your pup play fetch for hours appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Building a better battery analyzer with Arduinoby Arduino Team on 19 April 2021 at 21:00
Your favorite device has just run out of juice, so you quickly take off the cover and reach into that old stash of alkaline batteries you have lying around. After trying countless combinations, you still cannot be sure they’re working properly, as each one has been slightly used. If only there were a way to The post Building a better battery analyzer with Arduino appeared first on Arduino Blog.
It’s easier than ever to add two-way communication to Arduino devicesby Arduino Team on 19 April 2021 at 16:04
Brand new Arduino IoT Cloud feature makes it fast, easy, simple and secure to connect your Arduino devices and let them communicate with each other wirelessly. A whole new realm of automation and control for your projects. The post It’s easier than ever to add two-way communication to Arduino devices appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Customizable artificial intelligence and gesture recognitionby Arduino Team on 15 April 2021 at 20:34
Fraunhofer IMS set itself the task of training an AI to recognize gestures with very limited resources. And they succeeded. The post Customizable artificial intelligence and gesture recognition appeared first on Arduino Blog.
The Arduino Forum is now completely renovated (and it’s so nice)by Arduino Team on 13 April 2021 at 8:39
The new Arduino forum is up and running, offering a much improved user experience and lots of great new ways to connect with the community. The post The Arduino Forum is now completely renovated (and it’s so nice) appeared first on Arduino Blog.
Finger Bend is a DIY textile flex sensorby Arduino Team on 12 April 2021 at 23:22
You can turn on an LED with a button or switch, but what about by bending your finger? Willpower Studios’ textile flex sensor, dubbed Finger Bend, presents a method for such an interface. Inside the custom sleeve is a piece of piezoresistive stretch fabric, which is attached by copper threads to an Arduino Nano’s analog The post Finger Bend is a DIY textile flex sensor appeared first on Arduino Blog.
This auto-adjusting PVC system lifts hand sanitizer to the perfect heightby Arduino Team on 12 April 2021 at 20:21
You’ve probably seen hand sanitizer stations popping up all over the place. While this seems to be a good thing, if you’re not exactly average height-wise, it’s likely they weren’t exactly designed for you. As a way to help both tall and short, and especially kids whose height varies considerably, Jegatheesan Soundarapandian has come up with The post This auto-adjusting PVC system lifts hand sanitizer to the perfect height appeared first on Arduino Blog.
LOPES helps prioritize your tasks with LEDsby Arduino Team on 12 April 2021 at 14:13
As spotted on Reddit, the Light Based Optical Productivity Enhancement System (LOPES) is an Arduino Nano Every-powered device that lights up depending on the tasks that you have left to complete. The Nano takes input from five copper touch sensor plates on the top, which enable you to add or remove jobs of different priorities. The post LOPES helps prioritize your tasks with LEDs appeared first on Arduino Blog.