Ever got stuck on that super difficult hidden maze puzzle? Fear no more and build yourself an automatic mapping device!
An obstacle-detection and GPS-enabled navigation wearable for the visually impaired.
The Arduino 9 Axes Motion Shield allows your Arduino to measure movement: orientation, acceleration and magnetic field.
Unlock doors of your home by rotating a simple magnet!
Arduino Project: How to make a Fidget Spinner RPM counter with Hall-effect sensor.
Create a secure, plug and play, wireless IoT network using an Azure dashboard, Azure Sphere and a wireless mesh of distributed nodes.
Read data from an absolute orientation sensor without writing any code!
Observe the magnetic field integrity and polarity in the air with the 3144E Hall effect sensor. Also, adjust the RGB LED colours easily.
Build a compass using the Compass, TinyDuino, and LED shields from TinyCircuits.
JamSentry detects printer jams and filament runouts, can pause printing and/or alert the user. No printer HW or firmware mods required.
Utilizing TLV493D 3D Magnetic sensor to visualize a magnet's NS pole direction, heading, magnetic field line & strength on an E-ink Display.
We aim to develop a tool to monitor the progress of beer fermentation in real-time and non-invasively.
Turn your Arduino into a data-taking monster using only a small magnetometer, a toy train, and a magnet (or two).
A Network-connected Entrance Observator.
Print this device to evaluate a 3D Hall effect sensor in an angle + depth setup.
Make a door alarm circuit using 555 timer IC and a Hall effect sensor.
The game about my favorite internet meme, Nyan Cat, who is controlled using a magnet!
Learn how to build a digital compass that displays the heading of your device with respect to magnetic north.
Focus only on digital painting with an intelligent solution to change your tools, colors, and forget about the keyboard while painting.
Learn how to make Calibrated 3-dimensional magnetic field sensor with XinaBox using xChip SI01 – IMU 9DoF.
The MMC2460MT I2C module is already used in magnetic compass applications, but it's very useful in industrial applications as well.
Hold the the Hiker's Companion phone extension in your hand while hiking, and leave your expensive and delicate phone in your knapsack.