Not just an LED badge – a fabulous find!
You are going to love this – and probably buy one! 484 LEDS!!! What is it? This is an LED badge – but it has a mag
This super cool little OLED screen, 128 x 32 is YELLOW! I haven’t come across the yellow ones before and I’m a big
TFT Tips, how to get your TFT to work for you!
Hey – So I’ve been using the lovely TFT screens for some projects lately. Have you used these before? I’m us
UV nail resin for strength in wearables
Nail resin can keep your connections strong! Making wearable projects are super fun and challenging. This is a super quick pos
Add an external reset button on the Gemma M0 board.
I recently created a wearable project and the Gemma M0 board was on the inside of the wearable. However, I needed the ability
Getting your shiny new ESP32 ready to use with Arduino
To use the ESP32 board we need to do a few steps first. First make sure you have an Espressif ESP32 board (have a look around,
How to make neopixel jewellery, a colour sensing, fun wearable
This neopixel jewellery wearable tutorial takes inspiration from a tutorial on Adafruit to make a neopixel manicure. I loved t
Lockdown Arduino. How to Create a Chain Reaction across the internet.
Chain Reaction was an idea for a project by Mil Stricevic at The Glasgow School of Art. Over the course of the week we provide
Flickering Flames: Deadbugging an ATTiny
information This is a guide that brings together a series of guides and information I discovered when looking for fun projects
OLED & Arduino Heaven
I posted images online of prototypes I had been working on, and Marcelo Souza commented about trying an OLED. I had thought ab
10 Arduino hardware items, get started for a tenner!
Sometimes it’s hard to get started (and for a tenner) when you are unsure where to begin. Things can sometimes look more
Cheap ways to get started with Arduino ¢ ¢ ¢
Starting Arduino doesn’t have to cost a lot. This post aims to cover the cheap ways to get started with Arduino. This is
Breaking up Arduino: how to make your own arduino!
I’ve been looking at breaking out the ATMEGA328P-PU chip (that is used in many Arduino boards) to be able to reduce the