Category: Tutorials

Moving the 28BYJ-48 Stepper Motor

> 3 min read Stepper motor are used to move in discrete steps, which means you can control the steeper motors with precision. Where do they use stepper motors in? There are many usage of stepper motors, which...

Getting started with the Pi 2

> 2 min read There are various things that needs to be done before we can start using the Raspberry Pi 2, which includes flashing the Raspbian OS into the MicroSD card (which is the brain of the...

Scrolling text with flexible 32×8 RGB LED Matrix

> 3 min read Needed a way to display scrolling text or messages? This Flexible 32×8 RGB LED Matrix display may suit your needs! With 256 LEDs on it, you can display text, patterns or even animation if...

Changing sound output using code

> 1 m Sound (by default) is usually outputted via the HDMI cable if your display have speakers, but what if your display does not have speakers & you want to change sound output to the audio...

Verification using Fingerprint Sensor

> 5 min read Recently, I bought a fingerprint sensor to use in my project and is useful as an alternative method for identity verification. For example, it could be used for opening doors, lock, safes and many...

8 Digit 7-Segment Serial Display

> 2 min read Do you find it troublesome to control the 7 segment display one at a time? Well, to solve this problem, let’s use the 7 segment serial display instead. In this tutorial, I’ll be using...

RTC module with Serial LCD Display

> 2 min read Let’s use a RTC module to have more precise timing! With a RTC module, it is possible to perform accurate time tracking to keep track of the current year, month, day and time. This...

2.4″ Touchscreen LCD Shield

> 10 min read Ever wanted to know how to make a simple drawing program on a LCD display, or are you curious about programming touch screens? Well, in this tutorial, we will be covering on how do...

MPU6050 and 3D cube

> 5 min read Time to rotate a virtual cube on a 0.96″ OLED Display! In this tutorial, I’ll be using the MPU6050 to get the acceleration values of the X-axis and the Y-Axis, which would then be...

Interfacing 0.96″ OLED Display with Arduino UNO

> 15 min read Time to interface a 0.96″ graphical OLED I2C Display with a Arduino Uno! This tiny OLED Display is useful in displaying various data from sensors, graphics and many more. In this tutorial, I’ll be...