It's a RGB controller. For RGB LED strip lights. Two separate strips, actually. For an Arduino. Well, the Ardweeny, actually. What else can we call it but the "Double Rainbow Controller"?
Gordon McComb keeps churning out useful books, this time adapting his Robot Bonanza to use the Arduino.
Simon Monk writes another useful book about getting right into hacking electronics. Great for impatient builders!
Need to move motors but don't want to use up a lot of pins? Try out the I2C enabled Motorshield from Adafruit.
The Digital Sandbox makes learning how to program microcontrollers a snap! Walk through 13 unique and interesting experiments with drag and drop programming and no soldering required.
Sometimes you need to pinch (or grip) something remotely, and this Actobotics unit the solid and inexpensive mechanical part to your solution. Sub-micro sized!
No doubt the simplest and most flexible no-soldering way to start hacking with Arduino.
LilyPad Development Board - Wearables design system
Once a small little handbook from the creators of Arduino, it's now a substantial collection of useful Arduino knowledge.
These are nicely machined M3, 14mm diameter thumbscrew from PCBGrip.
Sometimes, it is the screw needing tightening, sometimes you need to adjust the nut. In which case, use this knurled M3.
Grove - Screw Terminal with four 3.5mm pitch pins
Grove Line Finder
Interface Grove to DMX512 for control of stage lighting and effects.
Teensy-LC delivers an impressive collection of capabilities to make modern electronic projects simpler.
It's a convenient way to add 4 channels of major power-control to your Arduino with a minimum of fuss.
Wrangle in your loose Arduino - you don't want them going rogue, so tie it down to an ARDX experimenter's platform!
This base plate allows you to attach your rogue Arduino Mega (or compatible board) to a ARDX experimenter's platform.
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