On this page, you'll find a few select example projects to demonstrate what you can achieve using the PeekyPokey. The examples also serve as tutorials and will help you getting started creating your own projects.

In many of the projects, you'll need one or two external and inexpensive parts available in most electronics stores and on-line shops. In general, you'll also need a breadboard and a set of jumper wires.


 Blinky - the "Hello world" of digital electronics

 Controlling a relay

 Controlling a relay

 Motion detector  Motion detector with sound effects  
 Reading keypad input

 Reading a 4 by 4 button keypad

 Windows volume control  Create a physical volume control for your PC   
 RFID tag reader  Reading RFID tags  
 A power valve  Automated water filling system


Wireless light control (Nexa)  

There are many more projects on their way to this page so stay tuned. If you have a project of your own that you'd like to share or if you need help, feel free to contact me.

Even though all these projects have been successfully tested to work just fine, trying them is done at your own risk.

Last edited Feb 2, 2014 at 10:47 PM by hanzibal, version 37