A system to automatically compensate water loss in aquariums due to evaporation.
You will be able to create a small aquarium assistant which will switch on/off the light and control water parameters automatically.
Utilizing the power of Azure IoT Suite to monitor the health of our local stream as we work towards reintroducing salmon.
Growing vegetables and keeping fish - fully automatic!
A basic controller to turn on/off two sets of lights and display temperature on LCD and RGB LED which shows if its in the correct range.
Never forget to turn ON/OFF your aquarium lights.
Automatic fish feeding machine built with MSP430.
High sensitive WiFi Fish Bite Alarm with NodeMCU ESP8266 and vibration sensor. Now you can not miss a fish bite with your smartphone!
I built an automated aquarium that manages its own lighting, temperature, sends alerts, and I'll add feeding in the future!
Mycroft makes the morning just a little bit less hectic!
A standalone fish feeder powered by Arduino configurable via Bluetooth.
Raspberry Pi + MeArm + Azure automatic fish feeder.
A single servo rotary fish feeder for small fish pellets!
Learn how to make a talking "fish".
ET fishbowl is a smart controlled robot that automatically feeds your fish at a given time, control light, oxygen, filter & water level.
Senor controlled DC motor with relay power switch for clutch actuator, via Photon control.
Zero to hero in voice controlled IoT home automation using Alexa, AWS IoT, and Raspberry Pi — with troubleshooting and privacy info.
Use Express.js interface to feed the fish and water the plants while we are away on holidays.
Farm indoor or outdoor, in very less space, with more growth and less water usage. Also, monitor the conditions on a cloud-based dashboard.
Photon controlled servo motor that is used to remotely give my fishes a small snack.
Automatically feed your fish using this cool feeder.
I made a remote fish feeder with PHPoC Blue.
Through the fish tank's IP address you can feed your fish, turn up the temperature, etc.
Over time, my ponds lose water. Maybe raccoons drink it all or the fish party too much, but I need an easy way to fill it. Time to automate!