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Make a Simple & Cheap Arduino FM Radio! – Tutorial + Code #ArduinoMonday
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/12/26/simple-cheap-arduino-fm-radio-tutorial-code-arduinomonday/

Kevin Darrah shared this video on Youtube!

Just a quick mini project here to basically create an Arduino Controlled FM Radio. All of the boards are linked to here as well as the code shown in the video.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/12/26/simple-cheap-arduino-fm-radio-tutorial-code-arduinomonday/
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I take you from woe to go! Get started with electronics and making interactive media quickly. In this course I show you how to get up and running on the Arduino platform so you can make your own projects to interact with the world.
http://url.codek.tv/41Zjhctmf

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Garage Monitor Project
Tutorial by ScottC (+Arduino Basics )

Have you ever driven away from your house and wondered, "Did I close the garage door?". Then find yourself travelling back to your house to discover that it was closed and that you just wasted all that time for nothing ? Well this project is for you.

This project uses the HMC5883L magnetometer sensor on the GY-80 module from ICStation to monitor a garage door and notify when it has been opened or closed.

The Cayenne service provides much of the monitoring and notifying functionality. Cayenne takes care of all of the complicated work behind the scenes, making it easy to connect your Arduino to the cloud and allow you to monitor your garage from virtually anywhere.

This project is very versatile and can be used to monitor other "things", such as a bag or suitcase, a cookie jar, or any hinged door in your house or workplace. Basically anything that could change direction.

The full tutorial is on my blog, and includes all the code, parts, description, schematics and a video to help you to replicate this project yourself.

Never wonder if you accidentally left the garage open ever again.
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Garage Door Monitor Project
Tutorial by: Scott C (+Arduino Basics)

How to monitor your garage door remotely using a Magnetometer sensor (HMC5883L), a Seeeduino Cloud (Arduino Yun compatible board), and Cayenne.

You will be able to see whether your garage door is open or closed from anywhere in the world. It can also be configured to alert you when opened.

YouTube Link:
https://www.youtube.com/edit?video_id=VeKXYH4D-0A

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Fading an LED without using Delay()
Tutorial by +Baldengineer

"Using Arduino’s analogWrite(), fading a LED is just a matter of a loop. If you use delay(), you can’t easily add other actions. What can you do? Well, Fading a LED with millis() is pretty simple."

Check out the link below to see how to do it.

Tutorial Link: https://www.baldengineer.com/fading-led-analogwrite-millis-example.html
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The start of a new eBook series by IoT World, aiming to get your devices connected to the internet.

- Connect your "things" to the internet
- Remote control your Arduino from smartphone
- Remote control your Arduino from computer/web
- Download historical Arduino data into Excel
- Schedule your Arduino to turn lights on/off
- Receive SMS and email alerts from Arduino events

Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Iotworld
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BOA NOITE, EU GOSTARIA DE SABER SE É POSSIVEL ( E QUAL VERSÃO OU MODELO ) UTILIZAR O ARDUINO PARA FAZER UM FORCE FEEDBACK PARA UM VOLANTE JOYSTICK PC!! GRATO E NO AGUARDO
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This is a really cool project that I created ages ago that has never really got much attention. I created a mini - drum pad out of a shoe box and some aluminium foil and an Arduino.
The foil is underneath the colourful paper drum pad.
This simple project uses some interesting techniques, and all of the info can found on my blog. Scan your though the video, and tell me what you think. Have you done something similar ?

This project is really fun. You should try it.


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Flowcode 7 : Can be used for Arduino programming.

Link to IDE here: http://www.matrixtsl.com/flowcode/
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That guy in the video... from Scotland or Ireland? Always mix their dialects up...
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Garage Monitor Project
Tutorial by ScottC (+Arduino Basics )

Have you ever driven away from your house and wondered, "Did I close the garage door?". Then find yourself travelling back to your house to discover that it was closed and that you just wasted all that time for nothing ? Well this project is for you.

This project uses the HMC5883L magnetometer sensor on the GY-80 module from ICStation to monitor a garage door and notify when it has been opened or closed.

The Cayenne service provides much of the monitoring and notifying functionality. Cayenne takes care of all of the complicated work behind the scenes, making it easy to connect your Arduino to the cloud and allow you to monitor your garage from virtually anywhere.

This project is very versatile and can be used to monitor other "things", such as a bag or suitcase, a cookie jar, or any hinged door in your house or workplace. Basically anything that could change direction.

The full tutorial is on my blog, and includes all the code, parts, description, schematics and a video to help you to replicate this project yourself.

Never wonder if you accidentally left the garage open ever again.
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We have now hit 9000 members.
Welcome all new members.

This is a great place to share your Arduino Tutorials.
Please make sure that you read the community rules.

There are quite a few Arduino related communities already, but this one is specifically geared towards Arduino Tutorials.

Therefore, it must be a tutorial, and it must be related to an Arduino. Sometimes the line gets a bit hazy, but generally most people post the right thing.

Not interested in SPAM, or illegal copies of eBooks.
Not interested in product announcements or sales.
There are many communities where you can post that kind of stuff, but not in this one.

Thank you very much for joining, and we all look forward to your contributions.

When we share our knowledge, we can all learn from it. 
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Maze Solver Robot,
using Artificial Intelligence with Arduino
Tutorial by : Marcelo Rovai

"Rex, the Robot" will try finding how to scape from a "labyrinth" on a shortest and fastest way

Link: https://www.hackster.io/mjrovai/maze-solver-robot-using-artificial-intelligence-with-ard-4318cf

"Rex, the Robot" will try finding how to scape from a "labyrinth" on a shortest and fastest way By Marcelo Rovai.
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Arduino Plant monitoring system
Tutorial by //clear_code

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6A9hv64kzc4

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Hi my name is Scott C.
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