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…

Zerynth Continuous Learning – Orchestration of microservices…
This Friday we will be starting the Zerynth Continuous Learning series. Each month we will be presenting…
An Arduino-powered dice generator
Board games can be fun, but what happens when you need more than six, 12, or even 20 possibilities to…
Top programming languages in 2019 – C and Python
The number and diversity of programming languages out there today can seem confusing. With so many options…
Arduino Education launches four new STEAM products…
During Bett Show 2020, Arduino will launch the Arduino Education learning evolution: four new STEAM…
Roast your own coffee beans with the help of Arduino
Apparently not content with simply brewing his coffee to perfection, Alex Campbell can actually take…
Open source power for classrooms: Arduino Uno WiFi…
Dream team for classrooms worldwide: Arduino Uno WiFi Rev2 for CTC GO! joins Open Roberta Lab, the biggest…
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