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This project shows how to control the step motor precisely using micro-stepping method via Web.
Make two Particle Photons "talk" via the usage of webhooks!
Arduino “having11” Guy
Sweeping frequency magnetic hard water conditioner
Don't buy a universal remote, make one. It's cheaper, funner, universal-er, kind of, and you get to learn the ESP8266, kind of.
Using the mcThings IoT platform and Wia.io for visualization, we'll measure temperatures and display the data for visualization!
Ever wanted to know the temp of your home from somewhere? Here's an easy way to do it with Arduino Cloud and the Yun Shield!
The device will keep you safe. Just have to click a button and your precise location will be shared.
Makes a great mask more eye-catching when one eye is blinking. Has an on-off switch, is powered by a cell , and driven by an ATtiny85.
Use your Raspberry Pi to measure any internet connection speed with Ubidots.
UbiMaker and Maria Carlina Hernandez
Connect your TI SensorTag to the IoT Services of the SAP Cloud Platform.
Team SAP SE
Connect any sensor to Particle Photon and use it to trigger an IFTTT action with just a few lines of code.
Solderless Breadboard Prototyping requires firm connections to ensure low resistance: Pin headers can facilitate the unusual.
When your stuff is being taken away by a thief, PHPoC makes an alert and sends a notification to you via Gmail.
Have fun with a colleague during break time with this web-based game.
We have two chickens, and their coop is located at the back of the garden. I decided to build a Pi-based streaming device to check on them.
Learn how to build an IoT application over Sigfox integrated with Ubidots - send temp readings based on motion sensors.
Start with your Pycom devices over Wi-Fi and Ubidots in a few minutes!
VB6 app to connect Arduino Uno ports to Windows PC
Build a small portable electronics lab with an Analog Discovery and an Orange Pi PC Plus
Get an alert if your fridge's temperature rises above 40 F (very dangerous!).
I built a leg with Arduino and with ice cream sticks!