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Teensy/Arduino – Memory Game

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This project is all about creating a simple game to test your memory. I’ll be using a Teensy 3.0 board. If you want to know more about this board please click here to read a Getting Started Guide I’ve created a few days ago. This project is also 100% compatible with the Arduino.

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Getting Started with Teensy (Arduino Alternative)

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In this project I’m going to show you how to get started with Teensy. Thanks to Paul from PJRC.com for sending me the Teensy 3.0. This is by far the best Arduino alternative out there. I’ve made a video where I go into some of the specifications of this board and I also show how […]

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Arduino vs Raspberry Pi vs BeagleBone vs PCDuino

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I’m sure you’ve been reading a lot about the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone and the PCDuino boards. But you might still be wondering which one is for you.

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Arduino – Datalogger with Temperature Sensor and Photoresistor

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In this project I’m going to create a simple Datalogger with my Arduino and an Ethernet shield.

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Arduino – 5 Ways to Power Up your Arduino

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This blog post will give you show you 5 different ways that you can power your Arduino board.

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Arduino – Webserver with an Arduino + Ethernet Shield

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This project is all about using an Arduino with an Ethernet shield. I’ll be controlling one LED and a servo, but you can apply this method to control any electronic device you want. (such as DC motors, buzzers, relays, stepper motors, etc..)

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New Project Coming Soon

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First thanks to every one who spent their time watching and trying my projects! (And also filling the survey). It means a lot to me! I’ve received 42 answers. It was a great response.

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How To Use App Inventor With Arduino

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Note: This post is outdated. For a recent version see Getting Started with MIT App Inventor 2 and Arduino. This project’s source file for the android app is outdated, because it was built using the old MIT APP Inventor Classic software, that is no longer supported. However, this project still works if you convert the files […]

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Arduino – LED Cube 3x3x3

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In this tutorial I’ll show how you can create your own LED Cube 3x3x3. I’m sure you’ve already seen some similar projects to this one but you never took action and made your own. Now it’s time to make your own!

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Circuits – How to Fix your Earphones

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Today I’ve decided to share how to fix your earphones when they get a short circuit. This happens once in a while so I’ve thought this could be useful the next time this happens to you. This tutorial will be a bit different, It’s a step by step video. I hope you enjoy.

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Circuits – How to identify PNP and NPN Transistors (with a Simple Circuit)

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In this project I’ll make one of the easiest PNP and NPN circuit identifier on earth. You’ll see how easy It is to make one! I’ve also made a post to help you learn more about the Transistors theory. (I highly recommend you to read it first).

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Circuits – PNP and NPN Transistors

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I’ve decided to write this post to support a bit of the theory behind my new project that identifies the PNP and NPN transistors easily. (you should see my project after reading this post)

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Review – Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper

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That’s my new self-adjusting Wire stripper! Cost me around 16 euros (about 21 dollars). And It’s simply just awesome for anyone who needs to strip wires all the time! 

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Arduino – Temperature Displayed on 4 Digit 7 segment (common anode)

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In this project I’ll display the temperature in a 4 digit 7 segment display (common anode).

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