Hackster’s Handpicked Projects of the Week Jun 23, 2017

Hackster Staff
2 years agoInternet of Things
DIY Fidget LED Display
Fidget spinners…the simple spinning toy that came out of nowhere. I thought it’d be cool give it some flare and make it a POV display.
This small PCB lets you learn Morse code and communicate with friends. Set up a telegraph network in your very own home!

Your own departures screen for Västtrafik buses from Gothenburg, Sweden. Get travel information instantly, like being at a real bus stop!

Run Google Assistant on Your Amazon Echo
This is an implementation of the Google Assistant API wrapped as an Alexa skill.
Tic-Tac-Toe with Teensy
Play tic-tac-toe against the Teensy with a physical board and playing pieces.
The Trump Button
The famous connected button to order your favorite drink using Sigfox network.
ArduRadio AlarmClock
Build an FM radio with alarm clock.
The Weekly Agenda
Make an interactive agenda using the Touch Board and Electric Paint.
Using Python and Arduino MKR1000 for Secure IoT
Programming the Arduino MKR1000 in Python thanks to Zerynth Studio makes the board one of the best choices for the development of secure IoT battery-powered projects.
Secure Simple Remote Access for Camera Viewing
Turn your Raspberry Pi into a full featured camera with remote access, end-to-end encryption, and easy user enrollment.
Have Fun With Color Sensor
Change color of Minion using an Arduino, a PHPoC WiFi Shield, and a color sensor.
Turn an Arduino Into a Quick and Easy LoRa Packet Sniffer

LoRa is a radio technology to network IoT devices. But, what if things don’t work as expected? This simple project can help you debug LoRa.

Starry Night Prom
How did I stand out at prom? In a light up dress of course!
Sigfox Texting With SiPy
Send text messages without any SIM card using the SiPy by Pycom and the Sigfox network!
High Five Machine
Build a high five machine powered by Android Things and Firebase to give us instant gratification when we get a new Twitter follower.

A drone, which is controlled by the movement of your hands, built with low-cost, commercial tech.

Creating an IoT Server with Home Assistant and MQTT
Home Assistant is one powerful home automation platform and it is complacently open source. Access it from any web browser and automatons.
Hackster Staff
Projects and articles from the Hackster Staff!
Related articles
Sponsored articles
Related articles