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For reverse engineering any IR remote, requires a DSO for analyzing its parameters. But this video shows you how to analyze different parameters and protocol if IR remote using only your Arduino Board. For more details regarding this and...
We are about to make a motion triggered DSLR remote system using Arduino. It's a device that automatically takes photos of moving objects when you're not around. Detailed Tutorial click here Arduino Code Package Download: click here Courtesy: TechBuilder  
In this video author is going to show you how to build a digital servo using an Arduino and photo sensors. Courtesy: HomoFaciens  
Make your own automatic garden controller using your favourite arduino board.Now no more worries about watering the plants manually by hands. Courtesy: Grady Hillhouse  
In this video, the author is showing how he connected $10 SainSmart 8 Channel DC 5V Relay Module to an Arduino microcontroller (You can also connect Raspberry Pi) and how how he builds an 8 channel remote. Each relay...
This "weather station" simply pulls weather data from the internet and displays it using analog electrical panel meters using Particle Photon which is pretty much a tiny Arduino with a wifi chip. Source code: click here Courtesy: Grady Hillhouse  
In this project, the author will show you how he repurposed the useless buttons on my TV remote to control the LEDs behind his TV. You can also use this technique to control all sorts of things with a...
In this simple project, we’ll build a motion-sensing Arduino alarm using a PIR (passive infrared) sensor and an Arduino microcontroller. This is a great way to learn the basics of using digital input (from the sensor) and output (in...
Arduino is a perfect mindless slave. Give it a job and it performs the task endlessly without defaulting even for a nano second. On the other hand, Raspberry Pi, or Raspi, is a computer that has a brain of...
If you have a simple Arduino project that uses only a few pins, you might be able to shrink it down to a single 8-pin ATtiny chip. In this video, Matt Richardson shows you how, based on a tutorial...