This project by Ed Zarick is an Arduino based vehicular control system known as JEEPuter. It combines an Arduino UNO, shift registers, LCD display, pushbuttons and a relay board, Ed interfaced this controller to his Wrangler’s ignition, garage door opener, lighting systems (with light-sensitivity control), radios and more. [via]
Arduino + Jeep = JEEPuter – [Link]
From the comments on dangerousprototypes.com CPLD post:
Programmable logic meets the Arduino. The Amani 64 is a low-cost entry-level CPLD development kit, stackable with the Arduino, other Amanis, and Arduino-compatible shields. The Amani 64 by itself is a capable embedded controller but becomes an even more powerful tool when teamed up with the Arduino or other Amanis.
Amani CPLD Arduino shield – [Link]
Tronixstuff has published the first part of their tutorial series on using a GSM cellular modem with the Arduino. In this part they cover hardware interfacing and testing, sending a text message, and embedding data within a message. This part is the latest is a series of Arduino tutorials posted by Tronixstuff. [via]
Tutorial: Arduino and GSM Cellular – Part1 - [Link]
This project shows how to build a 5×8 LED matrix controlled by Arduino and placed on a Jacket. View details on the link below.
Arduino Lilypad – 5×8 LED Jacket – [Link]
This project shows how to connect a LIS302DL 3 axis accelerometer sensor to Arduino. It communicates with Arduino using the I2C protocol.
Arduino & LIS302DL – [Link]
This project shows how to use the BMP085 Barometric Pressure Sensor with Arduino. The BMP085 pressure sensor combines a absolute barometric pressure sensor (aka barometer) with an temperature sensor and communicates with arduino using I2C protocol.
Arduino & Barometric Pressure Sensor BMP085 - [Link]
This project will show you how to make a fading LED using Arduino board. Source code is included.
Fading LED with Arduino - [Link]
Joe McKay of Beacon, NY, writes: [via]
The Tweetagraph uses an Arduino to capture the dots and dashes created by the telegraph. The Ardruino itself is running Firmata (now comes as a built in library with the arduino software) so that it can talk to Processing. The Processing sketch is using the java library twitter4j which handles the communication with the Twitter API.
Tweetagraph – The Tweeting Telegraph! - [Link]