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A bundle of IoT fun!

Introducing the Arduino/Genuino MKR1000 Bundle: http://bit.ly/2d3cxSl
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Build a MIDI controller using plastic parts from a bathroom organizer, some arcade buttons, and an Arduino: bit.ly/2ddetne

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Glow my gosh! Be the light of the party with a pair of these RGB LED shades: http://bit.ly/2cwDKbg

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Those are hideous.

...I need them.
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Don’t have a Roomba? Build your own robotic vacuum from scratch. 
This dust buster-based robotic vacuum may or may not work as well as a Roomba. If you're fascinated by the idea of a robotic vaccum cleaner to keep you from having to do certain chores, you could buy an iRobot, or you could make your own instead. This particular DIY model uses four motors for ...
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HAL 9000 turned into the world's biggest, most useless AI machine.

GeekCon participants add a switch and actuator to a HAL 9000 model for the world's largest “leave-me-alone box.” You've probably seen the silly boxes that when you flip a switch to turn it “on,” an arm comes out to turn itself “off” again. At this year's GeekCon Makers conference, ...
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HAL 9000- BTK - Born To Kill
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The Gesture Bright LED reactive glove is an awesome way to talk with your hands! http://bit.ly/2cKuCTh

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+Christopher Horton Awesome, never noticed that. Now next time I have to fight those darn Chozo ghosts, I can rest easy knowing that at least Samus gave them the middle finger as she turned on her X Ray visor.
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Build A Robotic Arm with Cardboard and Arduino #ArduinoMonday
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/09/26/build-a-robotic-arm-with-cardboard-and-arduino-arduinomonday/

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According to the Maker, the design can be replicated in two hours using Arduino and four servo motors. Aside from the electronics, the project also calls for a piece of hardboard for the base and three clips.

The arm, which Mikula calls “CARDBIRD,” can be controlled in one of two ways: either from a PC using a Processing program or remotely via an IR pult/receiver. Ready to build your own? Check over to its Instructables page!

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“And really, all you need is a spare vacuum cleaner, the portable kind, an Arduino, a few off the shelf sensors, and a sense of adventure.”

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Roomba it ain’t, but if you’re either pressed for cash or have a tinkerer’s itch, then you’d probably be more comfortable building your own robotic butler, er, vacuum cleaner. Electronics tod…
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Your next add-on +Tom Sparrow?
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Check the time on this Arduino flip dot clock.

Flip Dot Clock is a Clock using Flip Dot Display. It's a matrix of colorful dots flipped by electromagnet, not LED. By iizukak.
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This Maker successfully automated a cheap meat smoker with Arduino.

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Teacher creates a classroom “noise-o-meter” using an Arduino.

With his beautifully-colored classroom “noise-o-meter,” Mr. Jones knows when things are getting out of hand. When you were in school (or if you are in school) the teacher likely told the class to be quiet, perhaps repeating him or herself over an over during the day.
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This belongs in every classroom in the developed world. (Children in undeveloped countries tend to be quieter because they actually want to learn.)
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Bet this animatronic talking takeout container would make for a great prank! http://bit.ly/2d4vYIn
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Arduino, the first widespread open-source hardware platform, was launched in 2005 to simplify the process of electronic prototyping. It enables everyday people with little or no technical background to build interactive products.

The Arduino ecosystem is a combination of three different elements:

• A small electronic board manufactured in Italy that makes it easy and affordable to learn to program a microcontroller, a type of tiny computer found inside millions of everyday objects.
• A free software application used to program the board.
• A vibrant community, true expression of the enthusiasm powering the project.
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