Making a great many things is very easy with Arduino microcontrollers. This Instructable tells you how to create a simple 1-button video game made from a handful of parts in the Arduino Basic Kit from 123D Circuits. It is a side-scrolling jumping game. This serves as a good starting point for creating your own games from simple maker electronics.Parts list (all can be found in the Arduino Basic Kit): 1 x Arduino UNO 1 x LCD screen (16 x 2 character) 1 x Electronics breadboard 1 x 220 Ω…

Arduino LCD Game

Making a great many things is very easy with Arduino microcontrollers. This Instructable tells you how to create a simple 1-button video game made from a handful of parts in the Arduino Basic Kit from 123D Circuits. It is a side-scrolling jumping game. This serves as a good starting point for creating your own games from simple maker electronics.Parts list (all can be found in the Arduino Basic Kit): 1 x Arduino UNO 1 x LCD screen (16 x 2 character) 1 x Electronics breadboard 1 x 220 Ω…

In this project I will show you how to transform a TEA5767 and an Arduino Pro Mini into a functional and decent looking FM Radio through the help of a couple complementary parts. Let's get started!

Make Your Own FM Radio

In this project I will show you how to transform a TEA5767 and an Arduino Pro Mini into a functional and decent looking FM Radio through the help of a couple complementary parts. Let's get started!

Typical CD/DVD Spindle BLDC Motor With 12 Magnetic Poles and 9 Wound Cogs

Typical CD/DVD Spindle BLDC Motor With 12 Magnetic Poles and 9 Wound Cogs

Arduino Servo Motors

Arduino Servo Motors

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Learn about DS1307 and DS3231 real-time clock ICs and Arduino in this easy tutorial

Learn about DS1307 and DS3231 real-time clock ICs and Arduino in this easy tutorial

Let's control the movement of a stepper motor by entering a value in millimeters using an Arduino a keypad and display the position on a Nokia LCD

Let's control the movement of a stepper motor by entering a value in millimeters using an Arduino a keypad and display the position on a Nokia LCD

In this instructable I will show you how to connect and test a 0.96" i2c OLED display module to an arduino.Parts: Breadboard and hookup wires Arduino (using a nano v3 5v 16mhz clone in this case) External power supply (regulated 5v) The OLED i2c displayI bought my display around 6 months ago, and I can’t seem to find the exact display on ebay now, but searching for “0.96 ssd1306 i2c OLED” shows a whole lot of similar displays. Other sites, like adafruit, got the same d...

OLED I2c Display With Arduino

In this instructable I will show you how to connect and test a 0.96" i2c OLED display module to an arduino.Parts: Breadboard and hookup wires Arduino (using a nano v3 5v 16mhz clone in this case) External power supply (regulated 5v) The OLED i2c displayI bought my display around 6 months ago, and I can’t seem to find the exact display on ebay now, but searching for “0.96 ssd1306 i2c OLED” shows a whole lot of similar displays. Other sites, like adafruit, got the same d...

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