All projects (149)
Hardware to capture where a projectile hits a target.
Simple Wifi pager system.
WiFi connected universal remote with smart phone webapp.
A gesture-detecting wearable sleeve that can direct a robot in different directions.
An internet-connected, easy to use PCR Thermocycler designed by high schoolers, for high schoolers.
A device which collects data (environmental, soil and photosynthesis values) of plant(s) and then stores/analyze using a MKR1000 and Azure.
Camera trigger powered by Arduino MKR1000 and controlled by the app. Let the algorithm take the best shots.
Tracking teeth grinding at night.
Buto is my 'real steel' robot project. Now, BuTO has been connected to the Internet and can be controlled remotely.
The Arduino Gatekeeper is an IoT-connected authenticator for outdoor gates and doors. No longer are keys required for secure backyards!
it use 3 arduino uno to making a map for the mine and controlling tha motors and connecting the robot to the internet to get the map data
Need to organize your coins? Get some help with this project.
A Universal Windows App used to program and control (with buttons, accelerometer, and voice commands) a robot via WiFi using a MKR1000.
Automated car headlight height adjusting system with some integrated options, which also can be very easy modified.
Avoid one of the most embarrassing moments ever!
Forgot your keys? Unlock the door using an RFID combination sequence from hidden tags.
a robot dog, control with wifi, use windows 10 remote arduino. can understand your speech.
A low cost network of weather and soil sensors streaming real time data to Microsoft Azure for analysis.
Everyone has a certain Gait-Rythtm! ..influenced by architecture and our surrounding. This Project should Tack your Gait and find yours.
This is an attempt to make cloud-connected digital seismometer network using Geniuno MKR1000 and Azure IoT Suite
Real time monitoring variables like temperature, X-Y-Z acceleration, sound and light intensity for baby-pram.
Set LED RGB light Scenes remotely
Arduino RGB LED illuminated and controlled marble rollercoaster
Arduino, NeoPixels, Firmata, and a Windows Phone (picked one up for $30 bucks) to control lighting.