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Buy these little guys on eBay and get started playing with WiFi networks! You can set this up as an access point or server.
24.75mm tall x 14.5 wide
See our blog post for a full overview!
An IOT connected, interactive Valentine's day wreath which responds when people come close and keeps track of how many people came close !!
Work in progress
This project utilizes a combination of RFID, Load Cell Sensors, and connectivity through Arduino and Echo for an Amazon Based Smart Fridge
Use Embedis to store and change all your project settings on the fly, from your phone, tablet, or web browser!
Wearable for monitoring the health condition of patients who have suffered or are in risk of having a cardiac arrest.
This is a V2 of my original Staples Easy Button project. It is WAY more energy efficient, plus it has a first-time OTA wifi configuration.
A connected universal remote.
Smarter Home Energy Use with Open Source and Cheap Sensors.
The ESP8266 is a versatile chip and can be a client, server, and an Access Point. Let,s explore the AP configuration with an old WiFi phone.
Bring a web server up on your local area network, connect with PC, tablet, or smartphone browser and send message to the connected OLED.
ESP8266 ESP-01 chip provides a really low cost and effective way to communicate over the internet.
The incredibly inexpensive WiFi module can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. I was asked by a hackster.io member to do a project: I did.
Wonder how much would be the temperature in your room? or what would be the humidity and pressure? This project would get you the answers.
Connect to this ESP8266 WiFi Access Point and redirect all browser traffic DNS requests to the embedded web server address.
A stable, easy-to-use little proto board for programming this WiFi module over FTDI.
ESP8266 is an impressive, low cost WiFi module suitable for adding WiFi functionality project.
The classic Staples Easy Button with an IFTTT twist.
How to build a web server with a $4 WiFi Module called ESP8266 without using an Arduino
Using ESP8266 to show how to use HTTPS via Azure Event Hub
This project shows how to design a wi-fi remotely controlled two-wheeled robotic rover, using an Arduino Uno and an ESP8266.
Igor Fonseca Albuquerque
This is a tutorial to show you how to connect to Blynk using an ESP8266 - 01 as an Arduino Uno wifi shield.
Warwalking is the pedestrian version of wardriving but in this case we are using an ESP8266+OLED powered by a single lithium 3.2V AA cell.