• “Ilaw ng Ating Tanglaw”: an Environment-Friendly Home Decor

    Made by: Chloe Lim


    We are probably bored in our houses at this point of quarantine, am I right? So have you ever thought of making your own home decorations with low budget? Well, I have the perfect project just for you! This is “Ilaw ng Ating Tanglaw”, a very affordable,

  • 2 LEDs 1 Pin, 4 LEDs 2 Pins: Make Your LED Projects Brighter


    Compared with conventional light sources that first convert electrical energy into heat, and then into light, LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) convert electrical energy directly into light, delivering efficient light generation with little-wasted electricity. When connected to an Arduino

  • 2 LEDs Alternate Fade Effect (Using the for-loop) 2 LEDs


    Before doing this project make sure you already know the basics of making an LED fading effect. If you’re not sure how the fade effect works, you may want to read this article first: ...

  • Adding a Mode Functionality to Your Arduino Projects Using a Touch Sensor


    Creating different modes for your projects adds a new level of sophistication. With this technique, you can already combine many different functionalities in just one Arduino sketch. Your end-user can activate a mode by simply triggering a sensor connected to your project. In this

  • Become a Master of the Fade In Fade Out Effect (Arduino Style)


    Imagine if your lights slowly increase in brightness when you turn them on, and slowly decrease in brightness when you turn them off. This kind of effect can easily be done with Arduino. With the fading LED effect, you can have thousands of creative uses, whether you want to light up

  • DIY Arduino Lampshade

    Made by: Mikhalee Nanong


    If you’re on a budget and you really want to spruce up your home/room without spending any money, Here’s an idea to brighten up your space that you can do yourself. You might not realize how something as small and perhaps insignificant as a lampshade

  • DIY Flameless Campfire Using LEDs

    Made by: Myrrhacle A. Oclarit


    I’ve always wanted to go camping before, where I could talk to my friends and family all night while sitting around a big fire, although the pandemic ruined all of that. Therefore, I decided to make this as my project. Using the materials I had at

  • How to Control an RGB LED with Arduino: A Step-by-Step Guide


    In this tutorial, we will learn how to control an RGB LED with Arduino. An RGB LED is a special type of light-emitting diode that can emit red, green, and blue colors independently or combine them to create various hues. With Arduino, we can easily manipulate the colors and brightness

  • How to Control LEDs with an IR Remote and Arduino: Step-by-Step Guide

    Are you looking to control devices wirelessly using an infrared remote control and an Arduino? In this guide, we'll explore how to use an IR remote control with the VS1838B IR receiver to perform basic functions with your Arduino projects. Whether you're a beginner or an enthusiast looking to

  • How to Create a Diamond-Pattern Lamp (Arduino-Powered)

    Made by Amhely Generalao.


    During this time of the pandemic, we students continue our education through virtual and online set-up at home. Many tend to make their learning space comfy and suitable for studying and learning so here is a DIY lamp that you can add up to your décor

  • How to Create a Spirited Away Display Duck Lamp

    Made by Faiha Mohamad.


    Fan of Ghibli? Then this project is for you.

    This product is made from a recycled plastic bottle into a DIY display lamp. This product can make your room, living room, or pc/laptop desk get accessorized and less boring. This is perfect for

  • How To Create Your Zodiac Sign Using Recyclable Materials And LEDs

    Made by: Marion Toledo

    The product that I have made is stars that are in a glittering blue background and that it shows my zodiac sign. The reason why I made this is because I want to show my passion for learning about constellations and space as well as using recyclable materials as a

  • How to Make a Cloud Mood Lamp with Arduino

    Made by: Marc Matbagon


    Electronic Components

    • 10k ohm Resistors (6)
    • Red, Green, Blue LEDs (2 each)
    • RGB LED (1)
    • Pushbutton (1)
    • Jumper wires (9)
    • Female Jumper wires (10)
    • Arduino board & wire
  • How To Make a D-I-Y LED Wall Lamp Using Arduino


    My name is James Mancer and today, I will be teaching you how to make your own LED wall lamp. I made this product so that I can show how to make something good out of the things that we are not using anymore. Recyclable materials like cardboard boxes and leftover art kits from years

  • How to Make a D-I-Y Nano Infinity Gauntlet Decorative Table Lamp Using Arduino

    Made by: Daryl Nikkoli C. Belga


    For this project, we are going to make a Table Lamp. A Table Lamp that can be used for decoration or a bedside lamp or an office desk lamp. This Lamp is created out of recyclable materials like cardboard boxes from groceries. My goal is to show

  • How to Make a Garden Sunset Lantern with Arduino

    Made by: Shandale Gulfan


    If you want a simple light source with a rustic, floral touch, this DIY Arduino project is definitely for you! This garden lantern is what you need to keep your room lit at night or just one of those days where you wish to see the sunset from your own

  • How to Make a Gravitational Beam Emitter (My Version)

    Made by: Moira Mundo


    The materials you’ll be needing:

    • gizDuino UNO-SE Board
    • gizDuino UNO-SE Cable
    • Solderless Breadboard
    • 10 LEDs (preferably red and yellow)
    • 21 FF Jumper Wires
    • 8 MM Jumper Wires
    • 1 10k
  • How to Make an Alternate Blink and Running Lights Effect


    The running led effect or the led chaser effect is a popular project in Arduino. The blinking pattern produced by this effect is similar to a traffic light system, a volume level indicator, or led signage of a store. To produce this effect you need to connect more than 1 LED to your

  • Light Sensor: How to Make Your Robots React to Light


    Many devices that we have today are able to sense light – from smart lamps that turn on and off depending on the time of day, to the automatic flash in our camera. They give us a perception that machines have some kind of capability to “see” their environment. There are several light

  • Making a LED Meter with a Potentiometer

    Adding some kind of a meter can enhance your Arduino projects visually. It offers a nice interface that updates the users on what’s happening in your project. A nice example would be an audiometer that tells how loud the sound is.


    This project uses LEDs to create a simple


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