Hackster’s Handpicked Projects of the Week Feb 2, 2018

A LEGO WALL-E, an Elevator Doorbell, an Automated M&M’s Dispenser, a Phone-Controlled Robot Camera + More

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2 years agoInternet of Things
LEGO WALL-E with Arduino
Combine everyone’s favorite robot with everyone’s favorite tinkering platform.
NERD ALERT! // Smart Doorbell with Arduino
We needed a doorbell for our office’s freight elevator.
Video Streaming Web Server
Learn how to stream a video and integrate it with a Python/Flask Web Server.
Automatic M&M’s Dispenser
Automate an M&M’s dispenser using an Arduino Uno and two servo motors.
CNC Part Picking Machine
Use PHP and MySQL to control a machine that will retrieve parts so you no longer have to dig for that 330 ohm resistor!
PocketPilot: An Autopilot Based on the $25 PocketBeagle
There is a new puppy in the family! PocketPilot is a smaller version of the BBBmini flight controller.
Mobile Remote Surveillance Camera
This is a robot with live streaming controlled by an Android application.
Measuring AC Current and Sending Data via MQTT
A few components are combined to measure AC current from three lines and send the data out via MQTT.
TYP — Track Your Parkinglot
TYP is an IoT-application based on the implementation of a particle photon that detects whether a certain parkinglot is free or not.
SmarTC — Smart Thermal Camera
A smart thermal camera using FLIR Lepton3 on BeagleBone Blue board. The project won the “FLIR Lepton3/BeagleBone Blue challenge” in 2017.
LEA — Light Environment Automation
With Lea you can automate the lights according to the brightness of the environment.
Ambient Light Sensor Using Photo Resistor and LED Lights!
Uses a photo resistor to determine whether a room is bright, average or dark. It shows this using 3 LEDs and/or the serial monitor.
Touch Controlled Light Using Arduino
A touch sensor using a coin that works based on Arduino Capacitive Sensing Library.
Chromecast YouTube Videos Using Google Assistant on Pi
With the Google Assistant on Pi, you can cast YouTube videos to Chromecast and control them by voice.
BraiBox (Educational Braille Keyboard & Control Interface)
With the Google Assistant on Pi, you can cast YouTube videos to Chromecast and control them by voice.
Low Cost Accurate 3D Positioning
A ridiculously low cost sensor for real-time tracking of precise coordinates of the tip of a stylus, in confined 3D space.
This NeoPixel light has six different light settings, is connected to the WiFi and controlled via Particle Photon and Blynk app.
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