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Two players face off to see who has the fastest reaction time. A shot glass full of something nasty is primed and ready to go to the loser. When and LED lights up both players press their buttons and whoever is slower has to take the shot!
This project is a simple weather station, that gives you information about the current temperature and humidity. In addition it tells the time with the help of a RTC module. Everything is shown with the help of a 16*2 LCD display. To make everything portable there are two 16850cells connected which get charged by solar power.
The Rotating Display is a compact disc-sized device that rotates quietly using a CD motor. It features 40 LEDs that display time and weather data sourced from the internet. The device is wirelessly powered and controlled via a user-friendly web interface. It uses Arduino nano and ESP-01s microcontrollers and is easy to assemble.
I have 2 cats. I need a way to keep the Tabby from eating the Void’s food and I do not want to pay $200-$250 on a microchip security feeder. So what if I use my skills in Arduino control, miniature motors, 3D printing, and 3D drafting to make my own Security Cat Feeder and save money while working on a fun project?