Teensy

The Teensy is a complete USB-based microcontroller development system, in a very small footprint, capable of implementing many types of projects. All programming is done via the USB port.

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Big Wheel - Premiere Pro Video Deck

“Keyboards are the ultimate controller for video games (fight me, console peasants) but Premiere Pro demands a power level for which 104 buttons is not enough. We must Super Saiyan into a new form - we need KNOBS. This project takes …

Advanced Line Following Robot

“This is an advanced line following robot based on Teensy 3.6 and QTRX line sensor that I have built and have been working on for quite some time. There are some major improvements in the design and performance from …

Animatronic Tentacle

“A springless animatronic tentacle mechanism that can move in all directions and is strong enough to pick things up. Why because I can. When has a lack of good reasons ever stopped anyone. Also, the original spark for this project …

Automated Pothole Detection

“An accelerometer measure bumps/potholes. These are geo-tagged with a GPS-unit and saved to an uSD card. Visualization via Google Maps. I teach an Internet of Things workforce development bootcamp (http://deepdivecoding.com/iot) at Central New Mexico Community …

Autonomous Robot Performing Different Tasks

“In this project, a dedicated algorithm is made so that the robot can autonomously navigate the track as well as perform tasks such as line following, detecting an obstacle, grabbing and delivering an object. In addition, robustness is also considered …

rotary_dialer

“Use old telephone rotary dial as a USB numeric keypad; includes 3-D printer files. Use an old AT&T Trimline rotary dialer as a numeric keypad for your computer. Disassemble the phone handset and extract the dialer. The 3-D files …

Car Heads Up Display (Arduino + ELM327)

“Some years ago I had the chance to drive a C6 Corvette with a HUD and loved it. The ability to see your speed and RPM without taking your eyes off the road made driving much more enjoyable. For a …

Music Reactive Mood Lights

“Back in freshman year (Spring of 2019), I wanted to spruce up my dorm room. I came up with the idea of building my own mood lights which would react to the music I listened to on my headphones. Frankly …

Greg’s Harp

“Greg’s Harp is a new string robot I made for my friend Gregor. After the Pythagotron which is a single stringed bass roboter, this is my first attempt to combine three string units to make a polyphonic instrument. Pitch …

Mesmerizing Ferrofluid-Display: Silently Controlled by Electromagnets

“Disclaimer: This Instructable will not provide a straight forward way to build a big ferrofluid-display like our “Fetch”. That project is so big and expensive that anyone who want to build something similar will almost certainly have different design requirements …