Haunted Jack in the Box

This is a project I have wanted to do for a while, and Halloween is the perfect excuse to do it. I’m using a Raspberry Pi to make a Jack in the Box autonomous. It uses a Pi camera to detect when someone is looking at it. Go scare your friends. Watch the Video! Get the Parts! Parts:Jack in th…By: seanhodgins Read more

Wearable Interactive Origami #WearableWednesday

From Etienne Rambaud on vimeo: Interactive Origami piece of wearable programmed using Arduino. See more Every Wednesday is Wearable Wednesday here at Adafruit! We’re bringing you the blinkiest, most fashionable, innovative, and useful wearables from around the web and in our own original projects featuring our wearable Arduino-compatible platform, FLORA. Be sure to post up your wearables projects in the forums or send us a link and you might be... Read more

Lightboard

In this presentation, I will be showing you how I added lights to my skateboard for an awesome under glow effect. Neopixels The first step of building this board was to construct the arduino for the neopixel lights. To this I first had to solder the neopixel’s together and connect them to the a…By: thomasbrennan Read more

Hidden Burglar Alarming System

Hello pals, welcome back with another new Instructables. In this Instructables I’ll be teaching you how to make a Hidden Burglar Alarm System with a micro-controller called Arduino. It can be a very useful gadget. This small cube can be hidden into nearly anything, so that people doesn’t come to kno…By: BhaswarG Read more

The CoderDojo Girls Initiative

In March, the CoderDojo Foundation launched their Girls Initiative, which aims to increase the average proportion of girls attending CoderDojo clubs from 29% to at least 40% over the next three years. Six months on, we wanted to highlight what we’ve done so far and what’s next for our initiative. What we’ve done so far To date, we have focussed our efforts on four key areas: Developing and improving content... Read more