Liquids Thermometer

This project is about my 6th grade science project. The Arduino-based liquid temperature monitor is a versatile project designed specifically for measuring the temperature of liquids. Whether you’re a hobbyist, a science enthusiast, or a homebrewer, this project offers a fun and educational way to explore sensor interfacing and real-world applications.

Automatic Stair Lights

Enhancing Stair Safety with Arduino: Exploring Five Lighting Modes Imagine a staircase that not only illuminates for safety but also offers various lighting modes to cater to different needs. The Arduino Stair Lights project does just that, using components like Arduino Nano, lasers, laser receivers, and a photoresistor. It ensures safer staircases while providing customizable…

Not Just another Robot Arm 6dof

Description: The project involves building a 6-degree-of-freedom (6-DOF) robotic arm from scratch. A degree of freedom refers to the number of variables needed to fully describe the position and orientation of a system. In this case, the robotic arm has six axes of movement: x, y, z, and rotation about each of those axes. The goal is…

Arduino Car

instructions on how to build an Arduino based car using either an available toy car with two main motors (one for steering) and one for the forward/backward motion.

The other classical project is the RC tank. In this case the tank uses both left or right motors for moving and steering. If both right motors move forward and both left motors stay still or move with lower speed then the tank turns right.
In this tutorial we are going to build both a car and a tank.

DHT module with Application

Building a Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System with Arduino and Bluetooth Connectivity In today’s world of smart devices and interconnected systems, the Internet of Things (IoT) is playing an increasingly prominent role in various aspects of our lives. From smart homes to industrial applications, IoT technology enables us to monitor and control our environment remotely…