[Tom Stanton] has been playing Microsoft Flight Simulator a lot recently, and decided his old desktop joystick needed an upgrade. Instead of just replacing it with a newer commercial model, he built a complete controller system with a long joystick that pivots at floor level, integrated rudder pedals and a throttle box. You can see it in action after the break.

11 hours ago | by: Tom Stanton
ATtiny85 Mini PCB Violin

Designing and building this tiny violin was a fun way to experiment with building my own microcontroller development board from scratch, as I've been meaning to do for a while. So I'll be documenting the whole process here, from PCB design to programming the microcontroller.

6 days ago | by: Alexandra Covor
Seeed Fusion Sponsoring Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 for Businesses and Individuals

To celebrate and support the release of the new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, Seeed is sponsoring businesses and individuals using the Compute Module 4 in their designs or when designing custom carrier boards.

7 days ago | by: ELECTRONOOBS
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Ever wanted to play with the computer that sparked the personal computer age but don't have the cash to buy an Altair? Build your own!

8 days ago | by: David Hansel
Homemade Meeseeks Box

I picked up a bunch of these Google AIY Voice Kits for $5 from MicroCenter and decided it was time for a Meeseeks Box.

10 days ago | by: Ryan Gill
Explorer Uno PCB Template - Design Your Own!

Go beyond the Arduino with this customizable Uno template. Take your prototypes to the next level! If you’re like us, you spend a lot of time prototyping new projects, starting with a breadboard, a handful of jumper wires, and whatever microcontroller seems to be an ideal fit for your vision. But there is something about the breadboard that feels unfinished.

11 days ago | by: Patchr
Battery Level Indicator using LM3914

A Battery level indicator (Battery Guage) is an electronic measuring instrument that indicates the immediate voltage level of any DC battery

13 days ago | by: Circuit DIY

Program a small Arduino Using A bigger Arduino to Display a Scrolling Text Without a Library. Sony Spresense or Arduino Uno are not that expensive and don't require a lot of power. However, if your project has limitation on power, space, or even budget, you may want to consider using Arduino Pro Mini. 

15 days ago | by: Majed Abouhatab, P.E.
DIY Retro Look FM Radio with TEA5767 Module

Arduino TEA5767 radio with analog meters for showing frequency and signal strength. The base for this project is the code of Rodolfo Broco Manin (RodLophus on GitHub) which contains a beautiful analog scale on 16x2 LCD. I modified his code by adding two analog meters for reading the signal strength and frequency, "stereo" LED, and "auto /manual search" LED. 

16 days ago | by: Mirko Pavleski
How to Make a Big 3D Printer at Home Using Arduino

he making of a large 3D printer (400x400x400 mm) for a college project. For everything about this project, see my YouTube video. I already attached 26-page PDF, which contains required quantity of parts and its dimensions. Download it from this website tab: Custom parts and enclosures.

18 days ago | by: Desi Engineer
Soldering Iron Controller for Hakko T12 Tips on Arduino

How to build your own soldering iron controller for amazing Hakko T12 tips. In this project i will show you how to create your own soldering iron controller for amazing Hakko T12 tips on Arduino. This is my first soldering controller for hakko T12 tips.

18 days ago | by: Alexander
Arduino Tamagotchi Clone - Digital Pet

In this post we are going to build our own digital pet using Arduino, a Tamagotchi clone. With over 76million units sold worldwide Tamagotchi was one of the most popular toys of the 90s.

20 days ago | by: Nick Koumaris

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