A documentary movie about Arduino

Here’s a really interesting documentary devoted to Arduino project. It explains how the idea began and why its creators decided to spread it out freely. There are also demonstrations of some smart devices based on Arduino. You can watch it on the Arduino Documentary page in english (except for some spanish snippets, english subbed) or […]

Puff – The Magic Firefighter

This is Puff, Magic Fire Fighting Dragon Puff consists of: Arduino chassis and two motors servo moving its head motor with a fan two photoresistors as fire detectors The result? Autonomic robot (this means, controlled only by software from Arduino) detecting fire (this means, a bright light) and trying to put it out. It recognizes […]

SelFly – from the space by glider

SelFly is an interesting (IMO) project of an autonomic (with autopilot) glider which will, elevated to a high altitude (about 30 km) with a weather balloon return home on its own. Good base for further experiments. All the more I was glad it’s Polish, domestic production :) . I hope the entire project will succeed. […]

Have you got any Cray soft in your drawer?

Chris Fenton, an electronics engineer living in NYC is making various DIY projects in his free time, such as notebook based on Picaxe uC (v1 and v2). These project aren’t always very sensible :), because who really needs this notebook, but have pretty high educational value. While reading article about 2-stage light gas gun (for […]

Magic glove

From time to time, in Arduino world there comes up a project, which is simply breathtaking. Everyone likes something different, but this thing is really sensible. At first glance you may think – another glove for VR or controlling some console. Not exactly… This is automatic sign language translator. Thanks to an accelerometer and flex […]