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Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Google Assistant.
This project show ho to turn step motors into musical instrument.
phpoc_man and srlee
With this example, we show how to use the PTHAT and wireless Xbox controller to control a Mecanum Bot.
Team CNC Design
Get started with Pi Zero W without a display. This tutorial helps you to enable SSH, VNC and configure VNC on your smartphone.
Work in progress
We have a couple of floor lamps from Ikea. They have two lights in each, and a switch for each light. Let's control them remotely.
I am going to show how to use Amazon Echo to read temperature and humidity from sensor.
phpoc_man and Jasmine Kang
I am going to show how to use Amazon Echo to control IoT devices via HTTP protocol. Turning on/off a light bulb is an example.
Monitor and log water quality (pH & ORP) and temperature from everywhere.
This is to show how to get messages from a SiPy to your computer via SigFox and Azure IoT Hub.
Smart Garden is a plant environmental monitoring system.
In this article, I am going to show how to use Amazon Echo to voice-control the DIY IoT devices
A candy dispenser running Android Things that exchanges photos for candies. It uses computer vision to classify the image.
Calling my son from his room using 2 ESP8266 modules, instead of shouting.
Franco van Gastel
Make your own vintage radio that streams Spotify, Google Play Music, SoundCloud and your own local music!
Using a ESP8266 to detect when a friend is near.
Allows quick evaluation of Power Supply Plant parameters for TI Buck_VMC_F2837xS project.
How to develop a simple, but powerful, IoT thermometer using a Zerynth-powered single-board MCU and the Zerynth App.
Luigi Francesco Cerfeda
A dress using Intel Curie accelerometer on TinyTILE and its small form factor to control colors of the optical fibers with arm movements.
The cloud switches are well known, but what happens when the local internet fails and the switch cannot connect to the internet?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could book a meeting room straight from Slack?
A DIY Google Home using your Raspberry Pi.