Projects made with 1Sheeld on Hackster.io
DIY Amazon Echo using Arduino that can control house lights, tell you the time, play music and even get the weather status right now.
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Now, you can control your light system in your home using your voice , by talking to your systems which to turn on and which to turn off
Control your home from any place in the world using a website.
Controlling a car using a Pebble watch, an Android phone and an Arduino
Open your door with a special knock using Arduino, Android Phone and 1Sheeld
Detect flight data of a drone, like altitude, speed, GPS position and many other. Besides, we can take incredible aerial pictures!
Combine RF and an Arduino to control electronics from your Android smartphone phone.
Make a 5-channel SMS based Home Automation system using 1Sheeld.
Objective of the Swarm-bots project is to study controlling the bot so assemble themselves, avoid obstacle and synchronization between bots.
Control a R/C truck using your smartphone.
Using the microphone of your mobile phone to control the led cube according to the loudness (decibels).
This project will capture an image and upload it to twitter when motion is sensed!
A blind assist tool that provide obstacles notification and GPS location to the guardian / authority via SMS.
RoboArm that simulate the human movements through Orientation senor in my mobile
Simply the machine has four types of candies and each type has it's special code, you should tweet with this special code to get your candy.
Play video games on your laptop using your phone as a gamepad
Using Arduino and Android
Baby monitor that can also help put your baby back to sleep.
Now you can control your light system in your home using your smart phone by writing a character the LED turn on or turn off.
How to create your own Arduino training platform for beginners to start learning Arduino programming.
This project shows how to control your TV, Satellite receiver and Stereo using your Android mobile instead of using there remote controller.
An assistive belt with GPS and obstacles detector that can guide blind people.
We built a smart home automation and security system using our lovely 1Sheeld board and some sensors and some cool stuff.