Pick colors from real things with this portable tool

If you want a red piece of paper, or a blue pen, what does that really mean? If you’d like to get more specific, Michael Klements’ Arduino-based scanner lets you quantify colors in numerical RGB values via a TCS34725 sensor. User interface for the handheld device is extremely simple, with a single button…

Chicken coop door automation with Arduino
When Geert Wanten’s wife got tired of opening up the chicken coop to let them out in the morning, he…
The Science Journal is graduating from Google — coming…
This post was written by Valentina Chinnici, Arduino Product Manager. Arduino and Google are excited…
Arduino X-ray imaging phantom simulates lung movement
Imaging phantoms are used to evaluate and test medical devices, such as X-ray machinery, where a human…
Implementing advanced IoT edge architectures with…
The Zerynth Device Manager decouples data stream and events allowing the implementation of advanced…
mOLOID is a pet like no other
As a part of their masters program at the University of Stuttgart, Jan Ingo Haller and Lorin Samija…
Keep track of your laps in the pool with this Arduino…
PeterQuinn925 swims for exercise, and to train for the occasional triathlon, but when doing so he often…
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