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Rainbow Word Clock With a Full Rainbow Effect and More
Arduino Powered Sunrise Alarm Clock With Neopixels
Arduino Word Clock Mini
Oled Alarm Clock
MXY Board - Low-Budget XY Plotter Drawing Robot Board
RGB HexMatrix | IOT Clock
7 Segment Display Array
Simple 3D Printable Arduino CNC Drawing Machine
DIY NANOLEAF - No 3D Printer
Saturn V Lamp
Jiří, this is absolutely MENTAL. Well done!
Literary Clock Made From E-reader
This is truly something special. Hats off!
Word Clock Controlled by 114 Servos
Ping Pong Ball LED Clock
Circuit Board Design Class
Laying Out the Board
Preparing a Schematic
Assembling the Board
You should check out the ESP8266 or the ESP32, both have wi-fi. You could probably query the DarkSky API for county-level weather data (temperature, precip probability, ect): https://darksky.net/devAlso, I would probably remove the Arduino from Owyhee County, it cast too much of a shadow.
DIY Ambient Light Alarm
Dewalt Bluetooth Speaker and Power Bank
This is sooo nice! I wonder if it is possible to come up with an algorithm that makes Pac-Man eat a ghost every minute and a ghost eat Pac-Man every hour so that the clock displayed also serves as a Pac-Man vs ghosts counter (like the famous Pong Clock). Hmm, I think I ghave my newxt weekend project. :)
Retro Pac-Man Clock
Tools + Materials for 3D Printing
3D Printing Class
Mold Making & Casting Class
According to the HW specs (see link), "in its original state, the two inner pins are connected" on the new smart connector (for Time and newer Pebbles), so to make the connector work both ways, one should solder the red wire to both inner connectors. The black wire does not need to be soldered to both magnets, one is enough as both outer pins are connected to GND: https://developer.pebble.com/guides/smartstraps/smartstrap-hardware/
According to the HW specs, "in its original state, the two inner pins are connected", so to make the connector work both ways, one should simply solder the red wire to both inner connectors (its original and where the black wire once was). The black wire doesn't need to be soldered to both magnets as both outer pins are connected to GND): https://developer.pebble.com/guides/smartstraps/smartstrap-hardware/
Getting Started with Electronics
ESP8266 Weather Widget
Welcome to CNC
LEDs and Lighting Class
Laser Cutting Class
Secret Wood Rings DIY
Gerat idea! I was thinking of getting a few C-profiles to put some LED strips in them and make hidden lighting, but I'll to put them up like this. (I have Element System shelves so I'll have to find out how to fasten the profiles to the brackets.)One tip: You might also want to put the heavier books near the sides of the cabinet/shelf, so that there's less downward force on the center of the shelf.
I've seen a lot of people do this, then putting family photos, small porcelaine figurines etc. in front of the books.
While the enhanced visibility of the biker is more than welcome, I'm a bit worried that the metal heatsinks could be dangerous in case of an accident. Anything mounted on a helmet (even a small, light plastic action camera) can weaken the structure of the helmet on impact so that the helmet would not be able to protect the wearer as intended, and these large metal objects could cause serious injury. You might consider using "outdoor" (weatherproof) LED strips (a 60 LED/m 5050 strip can be pretty shiny), mounted on a narrow, flexible aluminium band (for heat dissipaton and and for easier mounting on the helmet).
How to Make a Solder Buddy (from sheet plastic)
Bargain-Price Book Scanner From A Cardboard Box.
Personalised Word Clock
Personalised Word Clock with Animated Time Transitions
My Arduino WordClock
Curiosity 120$ eWaste Educational 3D Printer
Puzzle Alarm Clock
Weather Forecasting Coat Hooks
Restore your seemingly totalled bicycle!
The Fibonacci Clock
Analog Word Clock
YABBAS - Yet Another Bare Bones Arduino (on Stripboard)
Arduino 8x8 Matrix LED Game
Arduino Chandelier from Jars
3D Silhouette Light Box
Paper Cut Shadow Box
Color changing box shelves with LED-strips and Arduino
Arduino based Split-Flap game
WeggUp - A sleeping cycle and light alarm clock
How to make a Tunnel Book
Cardboard Box Moose Head Wall Hanging
babbletron - an interactive exploration of computer generated speech
DIY high resolution 3D DLP printer (3D SLA printer)
Automatic 360 Degrees Panorama Shooting Stand
Low cost tank-tough workbench
Frankenstein Laser Engraver
Making fake sea glass at home
Control an RGB LED Matrix with Android and IOIO
Arduino Bike Speedometer
Five minute solar phone charger
The Best Arduino
Wikipedia in your pocket
Making 'Glove One' - a 3D-printed, wearable cell phone.
Mason Jar Chandelier
Arduino Watch Build Instructions
Ghetto Programming: Getting started with AVR microprocessors on the cheap.
Addressable Milk Bottles (LED Lighting + Arduino)
How to make a Chandelier using Mason Jars
Kite aerial photography rig
Build a Laser 3D Printer - Stereolithography at Home
SADbot: the Seasonally Affected Drawing robot
Building a Portal Turret with motion controlled audio and lighting
Torch made from coke can and cereal box.
Notebook from old Floppy Disks