Different projects need different computing capabilities. Check out our Arduino vs. Raspberry Pi explainer to decide which is right for you!
This stylish clock not only shows you the current time but is also an eye-catcher in your room. With a 3D printer, a couple of electronics and a free weekend, you too can have the time of your light.
The Arduino Mega 2560 R3 is a great choice for smaller DIY projects. Read on to learn more about this powerful microcontroller board!
Fascinated by holographic displays? Then Prophelix -- made using Arduino, 3D printing, and thinkness -- is going to blow your socks off.
The Arduino Uno is a microcontroller that's cheap, capable, and easy to use. Check out these great Arduino Uno projects for beginners!
Sometimes, a remote interface is the best way to go for an Arduino project. Read on for a simple way to do just that with RemoteXY!
Maker builds an interactive geodesic LED dome using Arduino, 3D printing, and a bright imagination. Each panel lights up when you touch it.
Sleepy computer getting on your nerves? Then perhaps the mouse wiggler is the over-engineered solution to your first-world problem.
Tired of mowing the lawn? 3D Print your own "Ardumower" and let it do all the work.
If you're looking for some extra functionality from your microcontroller, read on to see what's possible when you add an Arduino shield!
The behind-the-scenes crew of Better Call Saul uses Arduino and 3D printing to create a GPS tracker for the tough character Mike Ehrmantraut.
Clever dad transforms his daughter's Little Tike Cozy Coupe toy car into a custom ride using Arduino, 3D printing, and an imaginative spark.
Soon, NASA’s Juno probe will deliver images from Jupiter - until then, we’ll satisfy our scientific desires with these great DIY space exploration projects.
Using a 3D printer, an Arduino, stepper motors and a self-wound pickup, YouTuber The Mixed Signal reproduced the warm classic sound of a rock organ.
Parisian collective Hackerloop have made a custom non-lethal weapon with 3D printing and Arduino; DIY prosthetic Nerf gun is triggered using electrodes that can detect muscle activity.
This is a clock design inspired by martial arts weaponry banned from playgrounds all over the world. What could possibly go wrong? Meet the Edgytokei, made with Arduino and 3D printing.