The idea is to create a functional Droideka from Star Wars, or at least something as close to it as possible!
Today we will make a buzzer play the Star Wars theme.
Wear helmets & speak Droid to each other! Everyone hears droid "language" but wearers of the helmets hear each others' actual voice instead!
With the wave of your hand, the Holocron opens up keeping you on the light-side.
A word clock resembling the Death Star. Edgelit acrylic and an RGB matrix provide for neat light effects. Good looking AND useful!
Replace your boring old wall light switch with this Photon based switch to control Lifx lighting with touch or the wave of a Jedi.
This is the Online Force Detector. It tells me in real time which of my friends are connected to the Playstation Network.
Will you choose your own destiny? Shows how to integrate devices with the "force" using a Particle and Leap Motion
I tried to make a paper R2-D2 from Star Wars which has been my all-time favorite robot.
Wave to your controller and it will move your direction just like a Jedi Master.
Execute Order 66 Augmented Reality App using Littlebits Cloudbit as Controller for the hologram. I used LittleBits to rotate Darth Sidious.
Ever wanted to build your own Lightsaber? You can create your own LightSaber controller in VR using Photon to learn the Jedi ways.
Sphero's BB-8 uses the Intel Edison and Amazon Web Services to communicate back to the rebel forces.
An ode to my favourite two things, Lego and Star Wars!
Did you miss Darth Vader in the latest movie! Just hang this on your wall!
A colour changing lightsaber based on Arduino technology.
I made two NeoPixel sabers controlled by Arduino, with plumbing part hilts that look nice, and animated party modes.
Add a GPS receiver, an OLED screen and a WiFi-enabled microcontroller to a Darth Vader mask to make a Star Wars-themed geocaching device.
Control all of your Things using "The Force." Also monitor your "Force" activity with ubidots.
Feel the power of the force, control your own droid with Littlebits, NeuroSky MindWave and IFTTT. I used the Cloudbit and the Maker IFTTT Ch
Control your LightSaber with Littlebits! Mixing real world gadgets with virtual reality tools.
This little droid will turn on the lights and make a fuss when any motion is detected. It can also be remotely monitored and controlled.
I have been wanting to make a GNK (Gonk) Droid prop from Star Wars for a while, but figured I'd make it a little more useful.
Using an AWS Alexa Skill, remotely issue commands to a Particle enabled blaster (now with IR firing power for Stromtrooper and TV control)