Instructables
The Arduino is an open-source micro controller development system that easily interfaces with a computer via USB. The Arduino makes working with micro controllers so simple that people with little electronics experience can hit the floor running. Also, because it is open-source, individuals with a little more in-depth knowledge can access the source-code and expand upon the existing platform to suit their needs. Since it is so versatile, there is a large array of Arduino projects on Instructables for individuals of any skill level to start exploring the wild world of Arduino development.

Lo-fi Arduino Guitar Pedal style
Bit crushing, rate reducing, weird noises: DIY 10-bit effects/guitar pedal with an Arduino for lo-fi DSP.Check out the demo video on Vimeo.
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coin slot detector style
by: amy khoshbinwhen your coin slot is exposed, this wearable hip-pack vibrates that area to make you aware of it. you decide to cover up, or let it all hang out.this hip pack is creating intelligence...
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DIY Magic Mirror and Photobooth - Arduino Powered style
An assembled kit for this project is now available from Seeedstudio.com Who's the fairest of them all. Make your own Magic Mirror and find out. The Magic Mirror can read the weather, tel...
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Sewable Arduino Interface style
How to create a sewable interface for your Arduino USB board. It is probably not the best solution, especially compared to the Arduino LilyPad. But it is an option for textile electronic projects that...
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Breathalyzer Microphone style
The breathalyzer microphone is a system for the inconscpicuous collection of blood-alcohol content level data sets. In other words, you can measure a person's sobriety with a device, that for all inte...
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Micro LASER Show with a CD Lens Mechanism style
Hello!This is the cheapest and easiest way to make a two-dimensional laser show projector. It uses just one pivoting mirror, powered by the focusing mechanism from a CD or other optical drive.They sai...
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turn signal biking jacket style
This tutorial will show you how to build a jacket with turn signals that will let people know where you're headed when you're on your bike. We'll use conductive thread and sewable electronics so your...
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How To Smell Pollutants style
This Instructable explains how to use a gas sensor with your Arduino. This lets your Arduino smell (and hence you program responses to) overall gas levels for a variety of nasties, including ethanol, ...
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Solid Wood Digital Clock style
How to build a wooden digital clock powered by an atmega168 (arduino) with a built-in alarm and games. I first thought about making this when I saw an LED clock covered by a wood veneer . I liked it ...
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Arduino XMAS hitcounter style
Christmas is coming closer, so here is my contribution to put you in the right mood. It is a blog hitcounter, that rings a bell. Literally. It puts a smile on your face, every time someone hits your b...
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Arduino magnetic stripe decoder style
This instructable shows how to use some freely available code, an arduino, and a standard magnetic stripe reader to scan and display the data stored on magnetic stripe cards such as credit cards, stud...
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