In this video, I reveal my top 5 Arduino ideas for projects that you can make! These include my Arduino fingerprint door lock, Arduino obstacle avoiding car, live Instagram follower count, Arduino prototyped micro servo arm, and Arduino Nano based LED reactive face mask. These are fairly easy Arduino projects and can be made even if you are a beginner with the Arduino. All of the following are Arduino projects you can make! These are also great if you are looking for Arduino projects to make at home. Don't be afraid to try something new!
In this tutorial for breadboard basics for beginners, I will be showing you guys how to use a breadboard and how to use a breadboard to light up an LED. Today, we cover how breadboards work, is hat they are used for, how to make simple circuits, and explore them inside and out.
In this video, I reveal the build of my door lock using the Adafruit fingerprint sensor and based with Arduino. This project is based on my initial RFID project that I later rebuilt with a fingerprint sensor.
This Arduino based electronics project includes an LED strip that displays many different patterns. The patterns can be toggled via remote control. There is also a keypad on top to toggle the color patters. The illusion is created by having a normal mirror in the back and a one way mirror in the front.
This is my custom RC Car that has 2 back wheels and is controlled with a 6 channel remote and receiver. The RC car is powered with a Zippy 500 mAh battery. It also includes 2 speed controllers and a servo to grab small objects.
This project is a prototype to the concept of using a fingerprint as the key to a door, safe, etc. It uses the Adafruit fingerprint sensor and the Arduino Uno.
I started Circuit E Makes in 2019 as a Freshman in High School to showcase my newly found passion for engineering and electronics as I continue to work toward my dream of becoming an Engineer. Though I initially began Circuit E with the intent of showcasing my electronics and engineering projects, I have come to appreciate the idea of sharing my experiences and inspiring others to learn about their passion. Now, I receive messages from college students requesting advice for their engineering classes. As I progress, I hope to inspire others to unleash their creativity and to spark an interest in those who have a natural drive to invent.