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Tilt Sensor

A tilt sensor is an instrument that is used for measuring the tilt in multiple axes of a reference plane. Tilt sensors measure the tilting position with reference to gravity and are used in numerous applications. They enable the easy detection of orientation or inclination.

Project  Cube Clock

Cube Clock

“A tiny 8x8 matrix clock that automatically rotates the display when the cube is rotated. Recently I stubbled across the Lexon Flip Travel Reversible LCD Alarm Clock. It got me wondering about a clock that always showed the time in …

Nordic Sense Gloves

“Wearable Infrared thermometer with Bluetooth connectivity. Its was my wish to make something with Nordic Dongle, unfortunately I did not made. When I get these kits from Nordic team during CES event, I promise them I make something with this …

LED Cube Light

“I’ve been wanting to make a simple LED Light box for some time now so decided to build one. I had some filament LED’s left over from another build which worked perfectly to illuminate the diffused acrylic. You …

LCD Alarm Clock with many faces

“An LCD1602 alarm clock that includes many of the other LCD1602 clocks found on maker sites. Looking around for something to build, I decided on a LCD 1602 clock. After perusing the Web and finding many different implementations, I decided …

Digital IO library

“This goal of this Digital I/O library is to ease the use of simple sensors and devices attached to Digital I/O pins. If you like this library please star or comment on github to pat me in the …

SlouchyBoard - an Annoying Way to Keep You From Slouching (Intro to EasyEDA)

“Slouchy board is a small 30mm x 30mm PCB (Printed Circuit Board) that uses a tilt sensor, a piezo buzzer and an ATTiny 85 to make an annoying sound when the user is slouching. The board could be attached to …

Toss The Dice

“An electronic dice isn’t something hard to come by in today’s electronically enabled “there’s an app for that” age. However, there is a lot of fun and learning experiences to be had by taking the time to …

Shaking Arduino Dice

“One year ago I built a simple Arduino dice with my son. We have learned a lot in the meantime and it’s time for an update… Story About a year ago my son and I built an electronic dice …

Digital Tilt Sensor Using LM358

“Sensors are the best thing to get started with DIY electronics, you can get a wide variety of sensors, each suitable for one or more tasks. The Arduino is compatible with a variety of sensors and I’m going to …

Magic 8 Ball, Open Source, Customizable, Fun and Easy to Build

“The world’s first fully customizable, Programmable, Open Source, 3D Printable, Arduino, 8 Ball! This 8 Ball will answer the questions on your mind and help you make decisions … or maybe you want to play 8 Ball Against Humanity? … or …