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Send and receive real SMS text messages with your Arduino! A self-contained texting device with its own SIM card and phone number.
Work in progress
I needed a simple media player that my son can understand. I could not find a commercial solution, so I built one based on a Raspberry Pi.
Scare those little ghouls this Halloween with fire. Simply press your Amazon Dash (or IoT) button and within 5 seconds Boom!
An interactive RGB lamp. Great for kids!
An LCD buddy that reacts to you!
Build a magic trick to amaze your friends that uses the micro:bit’s compass to detect a nearby magnet!
Building a jetpack for my 5yo who is obsessed with Royden Lepp's graphic novel Rust whose protagonist is a small cyborg boy with a jetpack.
An interactive robot that anyone can make!
Otto is very easy to 3d print and assemble, walks, dances, makes sounds and avoids obstacles.
A teddy bear that runs two melodies combined with a light pattern of Rainbow LEDs.
As a Dad, I want to teach my son to do software development. With bash command line, he made the computer talk. Proud Dad.
A whimsical weather clock powered by Particle and forecast.io
Using a Particle Photon, a few servos, and some toy building bricks....you can build your own autonomous droid with the kids!
The world's smallest Outrun clone, using Tiny Screen & TinyDuino.
A one-stop-skill for your LEGO® needs! Alexa can tell you available sets, themes, and sub-themes and give you details based on set numbers.
Can't afford a real robot? This puppet of BB8 has a moving head and is easy to build.
This interactive witch's cauldron gets progressively creepier the closer you come!
BrownDog Tech brings out a new Alexa Skill that helps kids and adults alike practice and strengthen basic math facts.
This Amazon Alexa skill reads the definition of the Merriam-Webster Daily Buzzword from their website with an optional example usage & quiz.
Learn how to control an analog motor using an SCR from the Snapduino.
I made a eye-ball using LED Tape Neopixel. It blink and pupil is moved to the left and right.
Run your Snapduino from a solar panel.