Top 10 Arduino Projects 2020 | Mind Blowing Arduino School Projects



The Arduino is a cheap electronics board that allows you to make your own electronics without a ton of coding experience. Like any electronics project, its tough coming up with ideas for what to build. You may find this compilation helpful for your school's science project or for some cool DIY stuff which can be made using Arduino. Whether you’re just looking for inspiration or just need a place to start, let’s take a look at ten coolest Arduino projects I've seen up till now.

Today we have the compilation of Top 10 Amazing Arduino Projects of 2019 - 2020. It's the third Arduino compilation on Science Projects since last three years! I would share this stuff with you guys so that you may find it helpful for your school's science project or for some cool DIY stuff which can be made using Arduino.

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Bluetooth Nerf Turret

Blast your enemies from a safe distance! I don't think there is too much explaining to do here, this is a Nerf turret controlled via Bluetooth either from an Android device or a PC, and is really fun to make and play with it. Nothing super complex.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Gesture Controlled Robot

This is a Simulink model to control a robotic arm by gestures that are captured using a Kinect sensor. This robot arm is developed using servo motors that replicate the right arm shoulder, elbow and hand movements.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Buzz Wire with Score Counter

The good old buzz wire game, this time with score counter (as well as indicator lights). An enhanced version of the good old buzz wire game that counts your failures and goes nuts if you hit the wire 10 times!

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Otto DIY Robot

Otto is an interactive robot that anyone can make! Otto is very easy to 3D print and assemble. It walks, dances, makes sounds and avoids obstacles. A Clean small and fun project made using arduino! Otto is completely open source, Arduino compatible, 3D printable, and with a social impact mission to create an inclusive environment for kids.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Mind Controlled Drone

You don't necessarily need a MindWave / EEG sensor, you can use any input you want. But controlling a drone with your mind is pure awesomeness! Here, You can lift-off a drone with your mind and a controller using a MindWave sensor, Arduino MKR1000 and Processing.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Sea Shells Light Music Box

Nice little gift idea. Harder to build than you think!

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


3D Printed Arduino Lawn Mower

A fully autonomous robot lawn mower. The mower project includes the mower itself a boundary wire control station and an optional charging station. The mower navigates within the boundary wire which is positioned (pinned) around the perimeter of the garden. Once the mower senses the perimeter wire, it stops reverses and moves off in a new direction. The mower also has 3 sonar sensors to detect objects in the mowers path. Once the mowers battery is exhausted, the mower uses the boundary wire to navigate itself back to the charging station. All this can be customised in the Arduino software or completely re-written to your personal preferences.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Web-Based Two-Player Game

Have fun with a colleague during break time with this web-based game! There are two people playing game. each person uses two buttons to control direction of goalkeepers. Therefore, we have four buttons in total.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Control Robot Arm via Web

This is the Arduino Robot Arm that can be controlled via web interface on network. It's operation is simple.Via the web interface, it can be moved in its axis, and the arm can be opened and closed to pick and drop objects.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.


Lightweight Arduino GSM Mobile Phone

The lightweight mobile is capable of the following National/International features: Make Calls, Receive Calls, Send SMS and Receive SMS. It's is also a great example of how to use Arduino especially for string & character handling, as well as for you to get acquainted with the new Nextion TFT Intelligent LCD Touch Display and using AT commands for the GSM module.

To know more about it, check the source: Click here.

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