A simple project where you control an LED to blink on and off at a set interval. It helps you understand the basics of input/output and how to write a simple Arduino sketch.
Simulate a traffic light using three LEDs. Learn about timing and sequencing in programming as you control the red, yellow, and green lights to mimic a traffic signal.
Use a DHT sensor to measure temperature and humidity. Display the readings on the Serial Monitor or an LCD screen. This project introduces sensor interfacing and basic data processing.
Build a distance measurement device using an ultrasonic sensor. Display the distance on an LCD or Serial Monitor. This project helps you understand sensor input and data interpretation.
Control a servo motor using potentiometer input. Learn about analog input, PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), and how to control the position of a servo motor.on.
Create an LED that responds to sound using a sound sensor module.This project introduces the concept of analog sensors and conditional statements based on sensor input.
Simulate a digital dice using a 7-segment display. When a button is pressed, a random number is displayed on the 7-segment.This project involves working with buttons, displays, and random number generation.
Build a simple alarm system using a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor. When motion is detected, an alarm (buzzer or LED) is triggered.This project introduces the concept of motion detection and sensor-based triggers..
Create a small car that can be controlled using a Bluetooth module. Use a smartphone app to send commands to the Arduino, enabling forward, backward, left, and right movements. This project involves basic robotics and wireless communication.