Share your Arduino projects on EDUvision
We’re on the lookout for the most creative and innovative Arduino projects made by you – our EDUvision viewers!
Each week, we’ll feature the projects we think should be put in the spotlight. If your project is featured, we’ll send you a selection of some super cool Arduino merchandise, such as:
- Water bottles
How to share your Arduino project
All you need to do is shoot a short video (maximum of one minute) of your project, explaining what it’s all about, what it does, and how it works. Because we’re featuring these on the show, and on the Arduino channels, we want you to make your video looks as great as possible.
Here are some tips:
- Make sure you shoot in landscape (horizontal)
- You can send in .mp4 or .mov video files
- A voice over is effective, to help explain your project
- Make sure the lighting is good
- Reduce background noise as much as possible
Video files can only be submitted if they’re less than 10MB in size. If yours is bigger, you can upload it to a file sharing service like Dropbox, Google Drive or WeTransfer and put the link into your application form instead. Even then, please keep them to one minute.
You’ll also need a project name and a short written description. Submissions for season 4 of EDUvision are now open!
The necessary bit: First we need you to read and accept these terms and conditions.
If you’re under 18, you’ll also need to provide permission from a parent or guardian to share your Arduino projects. You can take care of that in the application form.
Finally, you’ll need to be a registered Arduino user to be able to send your project in. It’s totally free to sign up if you aren’t already, and comes with lots of great benefits including being able to participate in the forum and get Arduino news as it happens.
Make sure you join us each week on the EDUvision livestream to see which projects have been featured!
We can’t wait to see what you’ve been building!