The UNC Charlotte MEGR3171 Class project submission space
charlotte, nc, United States of America
Don't stumble around looking for the light switch, turn it on before you walk inside using a bluetooth-enabled android phone!
Senor controlled DC motor with relay power switch for clutch actuator, via Photon control.
This project will cover the assembly and coding of a PIR sensor and Email notifications through Gmail with a basic subject line.
Redneck project by a redneck team.
The IotStat is a homemade thermostat with Wifi capabilities!
This setup will give live updates over WiFi as to the amount of beer in a keg by 12oz pours!
Reads and logs information from a vehicles ECU Raspberry Pi and an ELM 327 USB to OBDII cable.
Having problems sinking your birdie putts? Maybe your putter grip is on crooked! This project gives you a way to perfectly align your grip.
A motion detector that sits in my food cabinet. Can be used to detect motion next to rat traps or to notify you of hungry roommates.
This project will send a message to your phone or computer. Once, the temperature of the water is boiling and ready for ramen noodles.
The purpose of this project is to investigate the general tuning process required to use e85 fuel for extra power.
This project aims to isolate inefficiencies in my home as well as the HVAC system.
DHT22 sensor connected to photon transmits humidity & temperature values to spreadsheets on Google Drive.
This project is for MEGR 3171. It consist of using a raspberry pi to monitor the temperature of my beer during fermentation.
Have you ever wanted to remotely monitor if a room is being accessed? With a internet connection you can monitor with ease.
Are you like me? Do you kill all your plants because you forget to water them? This project solves that.
Programmed a servo motor to remotely turn the light to my room on/off. Included a photocell that tells me if it is on or off as well.
This project uses a Raspberry Pi and BMP 180 sensor to record temperature, altitude, atmospheric pressure, and control a fan to manage heat.
A simple step approach to building a motion sensor that can send an alert to your phone/device. For MEGR 3171 at UNC Charlotte.
This project uses a photo resistor and LED to detect motion between the beam created by the LED to report an event to my photon board.