Hackster’s Handpicked Projects of the Week
A NeoPixel Watch, an Animatronic Harry Potter Sorting Hat, a Mini Robotic Arm + More
A wristwatch that combines both analog and digital clock technology, with the precision of an atomic clock.
Sorting hat with Harry Potter dialogue.
LittleArm is a 3D-printed trainable Arduino robot arm for STEM students and Makers.
You can buy remote Oregon sensor THGN123N for about $20 or you can build your own temperature/humidity wireless sensor that implements Oregon Protocol V2.1 for about $9.
Using an accelerometer, Arduino, and Photon, we are able to visualize a 3D model of the orientation of a RC car-based on accelerometer data.
Use Edison to interface with an existing member management system to control and management egress into a facility.
Run your Pi remotely with a 18650 Lithium-on battery.
Digital clock with Arduino using shift register (74HC595), a real-time clock, a temperature and humidity sensor, and 4–digit 7-segment display.
The code example demonstrates the UART communication between FM4 and PSoC 4 BLE. Both the devices are configured in Full Duplex Mode (Tx and Rx). Peripherals of the two devices are mutually controlled over UART.