Arduin-Row uses tinyML to improve your rowing technique

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — July 2nd, 2022 Rowing machines make for excellent aerobic workouts, as they involve repeatedly pushing one’s legs against the base and pulling out the handle to achieve the fastest times. But because of the equipment’s nature, learning how to exercise correctly on one often requires a coach that can correct the user’s…… Continue reading Arduin-Row uses tinyML to improve your rowing technique

Celebrate Earth Day with these Arduino projects

Reading Time: 3 minutes In celebration of Earth Day, we thought it would be fun to highlight a handful of open-source projects that may inspire you to help make a positive impact on our world. From air quality and water pollution monitoring to wildlife conservation and deforestation prevention, here are just some of the ways our community members are…… Continue reading Celebrate Earth Day with these Arduino projects

Check the weather from indoors with this MKR WiFi 1010-controlled contraption

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — February 25th, 2022 Going outside to see the weather is time consuming and merely looking at a phone gets boring, which is what inspired YouTuber Mikey Makes to build a fun weather-telling device that displays the current conditions in a new format. Owing to his love of the old BBC weather symbols, which were placed on…… Continue reading Check the weather from indoors with this MKR WiFi 1010-controlled contraption

See how Nikodem Bartnik integrated LIDAR room mapping into his DIY robotics platform

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — January 31st, 2022 As part of his ongoing autonomous robot project, YouTuber Nikodem Bartnik wanted to add LIDAR mapping/navigation functionality so that his device could see the world in much greater resolution and actively avoid obstacles. In short, LIDAR works by sending out short pulses of invisible light and measuring how much time it takes for…… Continue reading See how Nikodem Bartnik integrated LIDAR room mapping into his DIY robotics platform

Hacking a USB battery bank to gather telemetry

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 17th, 2021 USB battery banks are a dime-a-dozen and useful for recharging all of those devices in your life. But the typical cheap battery banks don’t provide you with much information about their status. You usually just get a few LEDs that provide a very general idea of how much battery…… Continue reading Hacking a USB battery bank to gather telemetry

This MKR WiFi 1010-based weather station sends readings to the Arduino Cloud

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 13th, 2021 Constructing your very own IoT weather monitoring station can be a complicated ordeal, as getting values from the embedded device to some kind of web server in a secure manner takes a lot of effort and time to complete. For his system, Clem Mayer from element14 Presents was able…… Continue reading This MKR WiFi 1010-based weather station sends readings to the Arduino Cloud

Vital Care is an Arduino-based device for the continuous monitoring of vital signs

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — August 24th, 2021 It is probably well known by now that COVID-19 can cause serious side effects in people that last for months at time, meaning that recovering from the disease can be an arduous process. Some symptoms include trouble breathing, heart inflammation, and blood clotting, so being able to track these…… Continue reading Vital Care is an Arduino-based device for the continuous monitoring of vital signs

This overengineered robotic clock will not be underappreciated

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Arduino Team — August 17th, 2021 Normally when an inexpensive wall clock stops ticking, you simply buy a new one. However, ‘Developer Hendrik’ decided to bring his broken clock back to life, or some semblance thereof, using a 3D-printed four-axis robot arm dubbed “Serworm Michael.” Under the control of a MKR 1010 WiFi and DYNAMIXEL MKR…… Continue reading This overengineered robotic clock will not be underappreciated

Arduino control system puts defunct washing machine back into operation

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino control system puts defunct washing machine back into operation Arduino Team — December 28th, 2020 After three short years of use, Roni Bandini’s Samsung washing machine started to act erratically, and several technicians looked at it without really fixing the problem. Bandini then decided to take matters into his own hands and replaced its brains with…… Continue reading Arduino control system puts defunct washing machine back into operation

Say hello to the new Arduino Oplà IoT Kit: Experience the Internet of Things in your hands!

Reading Time: 3 minutes We’re excited to announce the launch of the Arduino Oplà Kit, the first open programmable IoT platform that allows you to add smart connectivity to the devices around your home or workplace and build custom IoT devices.  The Oplà IoT Kit contains all the hardware necessary to create eight connected applications, access to an online…… Continue reading Say hello to the new Arduino Oplà IoT Kit: Experience the Internet of Things in your hands!

Arduino Security Primer

Reading Time: 5 minutes SSL/TLS stack and HW secure element At Arduino, we are hard at work to keep improving the security of our hardware and software products, and we would like to run you through how our IoT Cloud service works. The Arduino IoT Cloud‘s security is based on three key elements: The open-source library ArduinoBearSSL for implementing…… Continue reading Arduino Security Primer

Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge

Reading Time: 4 minutes The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we interact with people, things, and the world around us. We’re calling on the community to use an Arduino Nano or MKR board to build solutions that can help us practice better social distancing, improve queue management, or enable touch-free technologies. Stepping out from our homes, to go to…… Continue reading Announcing the Touch Less, Do More Challenge

Nailz turns your fingernails into wearable input system for smart devices

Reading Time: 2 minutes Nailz turns your fingernails into wearable input system for smart devices Arduino Team — May 4th, 2020 Researchers at UNIST in South Korea have developed a novel system for smart device input using touch-sensitive fingernails, called Nailz. As noted in the team’s paper, fingernails have long served as a site for body extension and are…… Continue reading Nailz turns your fingernails into wearable input system for smart devices

The Synthfonio is a guitar-shaped MIDI instrument

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Synthfonio is a guitar-shaped MIDI instrument Arduino Team — January 30th, 2020 Learning to play an an instrument well takes a lot of time, which many people don’t have. To address this, Franco Molina — who enjoys MIDI controllers and writing music, but describes himself as being terrible at playing the keyboard — created…… Continue reading The Synthfonio is a guitar-shaped MIDI instrument

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