Show-Casing My Own Projects - Get Inspiration, Re-Build, or Evolve and Improve them

You can see just how much people love to play with displays, buttons, LEDs and other electronic parts when you browse the web or YouTube. That’s awesome. Frequently though there is not really a use case.

Which is ok. Maybe you love to build a miniature traffic light, or feel deep satisfaction when you dim LEDs with PWM. What is considered useful always lays in the eye of the maker.

Browse Projects

Here I am documenting my own projects that I found useful, including schematics and all other information required for easy redo. Maybe you find some of them useful, too.


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(content created Feb 27, 2024)