If you ever wanted to integrate touch sensitivity into your project, this board could just do the trick. It’s a capacitive touch sensor. These sensors are used in our everyday consumer electronics like notebook trackpads, video game consoles, touchscreens…just to name a few.
Capacitive Touch Sensor on Arduino – [Link]
If you ever wanted to integrate RFID functionality into your project, this small tutorial might help you accomplish that. I used the RDM630 module from seeedstudio in its UART version. It comes on a small board with presoldered connectors which fits perfectly on a breadboard.
RFID with Arduino – [Link]
engineerzero writes: [via]
A guided tour of the Arduino Uno. This is a really basic and I hope somewhat humorous introduction to the layout of the Arduino board and some of its functions. The Arduino is open-source and the images are my own or downloaded from public domain stuff in the Google Sketchup 3D Warehouse. Music is royalty-free from Kevin MacLeod.
More info on the Arduino is at http://www.arduino.cc
My strange blog is at http://engineerzero.wordpress.com
I don’t know why the Arduino board looks square on Youtube.
ARDUINO Park – [Link]
This project is a little VU meter and spectrum analyzer using an op-amp, an Arduino and a 16×2 char lcd.
AVR VU meter and spectrum analyser – [Link]
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]