Golf Ace helps you learn how to putt like the pros using tinyML

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — May 9th, 2022 Fancy golfing simulators are excellent for learning the best techniques such as balance and how to hold a club properly. However, their large cost puts them out of the reach of most people, so Nick Bild decided to create a far cheaper alternative that can still be beneficial. His Golf Ace system relies…… Continue reading Golf Ace helps you learn how to putt like the pros using tinyML

This Nano 33 IoT-controlled bicopter uses a pair of rotors to achieve stable flight

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — February 14th, 2022 The classic helicopter design that everyone is familiar with features a large central rotor that produces lift and a much smaller one towards the back, which prevents the helicopter from spiraling out of control. However, Redditor CCCanyon decided to take inspiration from Boeing’s CH-47 Chinook that leverages a pair of equally sized and…… Continue reading This Nano 33 IoT-controlled bicopter uses a pair of rotors to achieve stable flight

Learn how to make your old pedal generator work with Zwift

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — February 2nd, 2022 Zwift is a neat cycling simulator app that lets you experience a variety of bicycle adventures from the comfort of your living room. You can participate in bike races, cruise your favorite trails, or go on a leisurely ride through the country. Zwift’s key feature is that it reacts…… Continue reading Learn how to make your old pedal generator work with Zwift

Making music with a Nano 33 IoT-based MIDI keyboard

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — December 21st, 2021 As part of an assigned project in his class, Peter Ashmore and a partner were tasked with making some kind of interactive object, so they decided to go with a MIDI keyboard due to their shared enjoyment of music production. Modeled somewhat after the typical Launchpad, the team’s system incorporated a…… Continue reading Making music with a Nano 33 IoT-based MIDI keyboard

Experience the gravity of Pluto with the Original Solarfidget

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — December 10th, 2021 A fidget spinner might entertain you for a short time, but unless you’re an astronaut you will only be able to experience it in Earth gravity. Wouldn’t it be fun if you could play with a fidget toy in a variety of planetary gravity magnitudes? Now you can, thanks…… Continue reading Experience the gravity of Pluto with the Original Solarfidget

This Portal fan brought Wheatley to life as his own personal assistant

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 19th, 2021 The video game Portal 2 is widely regarded as a classic that introduced players to several memorable characters, including one of the main protagonists-turned-antagonists, Wheatley. This anthropomorphized personal assistance robot was able to move, speak, and listen/respond to speech from a user, which is exactly what Steve Turner was trying…… Continue reading This Portal fan brought Wheatley to life as his own personal assistant

Perfect your virtual production setup with this RGB ceiling light

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — November 15th, 2021 Integrating a green screen into a video or image is not as simply as merely tossing a green sheet onto a wall and calling it a day since the subject’s lighting also needs to match the lighting in the scene behind them. But rather than spending a fortune on…… Continue reading Perfect your virtual production setup with this RGB ceiling light

Eolim STEAMMIANS Kit helps teach young kids about electronics through interactive stories

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — October 1st, 2021 Teaching children concepts in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics is extremely important as the world is becoming even more dependent on people with those skills. To help achieve this goal, Leyla Tawfik, Serena Cangiano and the Ethafa team came up with a series of interactive learning solutions that they…… Continue reading Eolim STEAMMIANS Kit helps teach young kids about electronics through interactive stories

The smartChair is a Nano 33 IoT-based stand-up and walking aid

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — September 2nd, 2021 Over time, people age and naturally tend to lose some or most of their mobility, leading to a need for a wheelchair, walker, or other assistive device. This led hitesh.boghani to submit his project, which he calls the smartChair, to element14’s Design for a Cause 2021 contest. This build features a sort…… Continue reading The smartChair is a Nano 33 IoT-based stand-up and walking aid

Trakcore is a Nano 33 IoT-based posture correction device

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — August 31st, 2021 Poor posture is an epidemic for nearly anyone who spends an excessive amount of time sitting, and this can lead to a whole host of problems later in life. Some of these might include back pain, limited range of motion, and muscle tightness. Recognizing that his own posture was…… Continue reading Trakcore is a Nano 33 IoT-based posture correction device

Keep track of your ride with a custom bike speedometer

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — August 30th, 2021 Over on element14, Katie had been wanting to go for a short bike ride after finally getting it fixed. But she encountered a problem: the previously mounted speedometer had lost its display unit, meaning the entire thing was now useless. Rather than simply buying a new one, she had…… Continue reading Keep track of your ride with a custom bike speedometer

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

VenTTracker is an anomaly detection system for windows to help ensure proper ventilation

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — August 19th, 2021 Within an industrial setting, being able to determine if and/or when a machine malfunctions is vital to maintaining safety and uptime. This challenge is what prompted a maker who goes by javagoza on element14 to enter into their Design for a Cause 2021 contest with his device, which he calls the VenTTracker. At its…… Continue reading VenTTracker is an anomaly detection system for windows to help ensure proper ventilation

Pomodor-glow! Improve your study session with this colorful countdown timer

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — July 28th, 2021 Studying without getting distracted can pose a significant challenge to students, which is why having small productivity hacks could be beneficial. Alexandra Charland — who goes by alch_emist on Instructables — wanted to try out the popular Pomodoro technique, which involves working for 25 minutes uninterrupted and then taking…… Continue reading Pomodor-glow! Improve your study session with this colorful countdown timer