Meet the next top three Project Hub entries — anything is possible!
This is the third time that we’ve selected three outstanding projects in the Arduino Project of the Month competition, highlighting the wide range of our users’ contributions to our growing Project Hub. For April we go from tanks to tunes – because why not? Anything is possible with just a few components, a lot of curiosity, and an amazing community like ours.
If you’re on a mission to build a remote-controlled tank, this is the project for you! Complete with downloadable code, electronics diagram and 3D models, it even provides easy instructions in video format. Use an Arduino Nano, four DC motors, a motor driver, and Bluetooth® module to fight the good fight of making!
Thanks to this project, you can display your favorite record and listen to it too! Add small hidden speakers and a touch-sensitive button to your vinyl frame, and play MP3 tracks off a DFPlayer SD card. With an Arduino Nano, the Arduino IDE, and clear and simple instructions, you can recreate or customize this project without skipping a beat.
DIYing your own MIDI controller is cheaper than buying one off the shelf and, of course, is hugely satisfying for any music-oriented maker. With this Arduino Due project, it might even be easier than you think! Check out this entry’s in-depth tutorial to make a USB MIDI controller for all the basic parameters of a digital audio workstation (DAW) — volume, pan, mute, solo, rec, play, stop and more — without assigning anything manually.
For your chance to be selected for a $100, $300 or even $500 gift card to spend on the Arduino Store, submit your best project on the Project Hub! We will be awarding three new entries every month, as detailed in the complete terms and conditions. Good luck!