Top Arduino Projects in 2020

TOP 10 Arduino Projects of 2020 for students and makers

Technology is advancing day by day. Every new day brings us a new invention from some corner of the world but it should be kept in mind that the core of most of the projects is based on electronics. If you also think to provide a solution to some existing problem then Arduino is the simplest platform to give your innovation a breakthrough. Based on the innovation, we have selected Top 10 Arduino Projects of 2020 (till present).

In this list of Top 10 Arduino Projects, you will learn some basic things like working with different sensors to some advanced projects like self- parking car and flute controlled robot car. Sound cool, right? To know more about Arduino Projects read the full article given below.


  1. Camera Slider

Camera Slider using Arduino
Camera Slider using Arduino

An economical project that gives you cinematic shots for your videos without actually purchasing costlier accessories. It is driven by an Arduino, in which the movements of the slider are divided into X-Y coordinates. The initial and final positions of the camera are taken from the user and with the aid of the stepper motor the movements are performed smoothly.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. Stepper motor
  3. Motor driver
  4. Rotary encoder
  5. OLED display
  6. Pulley

Link to the above project-

 


  1. Counter for winding machine

Arduino based counter for winding machine
Arduino based counter for winding machine

The armature or field windings in motors and generators are done using machines and it is done at a very fast speed. As the number of turns required in a particular machine depends on the specifications of that machine, it is essential to keep a track of the number of windings that had been done so this a really helpful project that keeps the track of the number of windings done.

Components Required-

  1. Arduino
  2. Counter
  3. Connecting Wires
  4. Buttons
  5. Breadboard
  6. Motor

Link to the above project-

 


  1. LCD-keypad Math Game

LCD-Keypad math game
LCD-Keypad math game

An exciting project that tests your brain’s focus and accuracy using a game. The user has to perform some calculations in a specified time that appears on the LCD screen using a keypad. The calculations involved becomes trickier each time the user gives the correct answer. In case of a wrong answer, the program gets reset and the high score of the user gets displayed on the screen.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. Keypad
  3. LCD
  4. Buzzer
  5. Potentiometer

Link to the above project

 


  1. Temperature Controlled Fan

Temperature controlled fan using Arduino
Temperature controlled fan using Arduino

It’s the simplest home automation project in which the speed of a fan is controlled according to the rise in temperature. The temperature values for a given range are mapped to corresponding PWM values. When the temperature of the room exceeds a predefined temperature, the motor receives the logic 1 and the fan starts running. It automatically stops as the temperature falls below the predefined temperature.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. LM35 temperature sensor
  3. DC motor
  4. Motor driver
  5. Breadboard
  6. Connecting Wires

Link to the above project

 


  1. Self-Parking Car

 

Arduino based Self parking Car
Arduino based Self-parking Car

Nowadays parking a car has become one of the challenging situations rather than arriving at the destination. In the parking lot, it becomes difficult to find a vacant space to park your car. This innovative project helps you out in this situation. The self-parking car, using ultrasonic sensors finds a vacant space in an area and precisely parks that car without any human aid.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. Robot Chassis
  3. Ultrasonic sensor
  4. Capacitors
  5. Diodes
  6. Resistors
  7. Power supply
  8. Motors
  9. Transistor
  10. Led
  11. Switch
  12. Breadboard
  13. Connecting Wires
  14. LCD screen

Link to the above project

 


  1. Multiple sensors with LCD

Multiple sensor project with Arduino
Multiple sensor project with Arduino

Sensors are the primary sources to gather crucial information from the surroundings. But imagine a situation in which there is more than one information source to keep a track on. Well, this project can help you in this situation. In this project, six different sensors are used that gathers corresponding information and with the help of Arduino, the values are displayed on the LCD screen.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. PIR Sensor
  3. LDR
  4. Gas sensor
  5. Ultrasonic sensor
  6. IR sensor
  7. Humidity/temperature sensor
  8. LCD display
  9. LED
  10. Resistor
  11. Buzzer

Link to the above project

 


  1. Laser Engraver with RGB

Laser engraver using Arduino
Laser engraver using Arduino

A cool project which can engrave a name or any image on an object placed below it.  Made using two old DVD writers, the movement is controlled in two directions only i.e. horizontal and vertical. The outer frame supports the entire structure. RGB lights are added to the frame to make the laser engraver more attractive.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. DVD writers
  3. CNC shield
  4. RGB controllers
  5. Motor driver
  6. Laser module
  7. Laser safety glasses

Link to the above project

 


  1. Freeform Arduino

3d circuit build using Ardunio nano
3d circuit build using Arduino nano

These are also known as freeform circuits or 3D circuits or naked circuits. The interesting part of the project is the miniature model in the form of a cube. All the components are soldered in a three dimensional way which gives the project a delightful look. One push button is provided on the top to play games or to control stopwatch.

Components Required

  1. Arduino pro mini
  2. OLED Screen
  3. Push-button
  4. Resistors
  5. Switch
  6. Battery

Link to the above project

 


  1. Flute Controlled Robot

Flute controlled Robot car

Another innovative project in which the robot moves according to the frequency of a musical instrument. Using an analog microphone and fast Fourier transform the robot detects signal frequencies and maps them onto different movements. The robot also has a high torque launcher which activates when it receives a particular frequency.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. Analog microphone
  3. Motors
  4. Motor driver
  5. Relay
  6. Power source

Link to the project

 


  1. All-in-one Robot

All in one Arduino Robot
All in one Arduino Robot

This project has made to number 1 position in the list of TOP 10 Arduino Projects for a reason. As the name specifies, this project demonstrates a robot that can be controlled in various ways. With the brain being Arduino, this project can be controlled using Bluetooth or IR remote. Hand follow mode, Draw line mode, Obstacle avoidance mode, and Path follow mode are some of the other interesting ways to control the robot.

Components Required

  1. Arduino
  2. Chassis
  3. Wheels
  4. Motors
  5. Motor driver
  6. IR remote and IR sensor
  7. Ultrasonic sensor
  8. Bluetooth module
  9. Battery
  10. Connecting wires
  11. Screws

Link to the above project

 


The link to the video containing all the 10 projects is given below-


SEE MORE:

Arduino-Sensor Projects: Top 10 Arduino-Sensor Projects in 2020

 

Arduino-Sensor Projects: Top 10 Arduino-Sensor Projects in 2020

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