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Garage doors hard to see? Need to know if they are open or closed? This project may be of use to you.
Combine Walabot's RF radar with real-time hazard detection and classification from camera, powered by TensorFlow with YOLO approach.
The Tracking TV Stand uses a Walabot to angle a monitor in the optimal angle for viewing depending on the audience in the field of view.
If you have a HAT connected to your Raspberry Pi, you can't use your GPIO. But what if you want to detect motion? This project can help!
Bring both Google Assistant and Alexa to your Raspberry Pi.
This project show how to control multiple IoT devices using Google Home.
Inspired by Becky Stern's YouTube Subscriber Counter, I wanted to make a display of the number of likes for a Facebook page.
Work in progress
Real time requirements, but constrained edge device? Check this small but powerful RTOS!
Use an old iPhone device to control and display the status of your Patriot IoT devices.
Makerball is a DIY pinball machine kit that can be upgraded digitally with the Arduino Genuino 101. Here we show you the electronical part.
It's IoT build night at Hexlab Makerspace! Tonight we are building a simple room monitoring device.
This whole circuit is the same size as a regular poker chip, but with an added surprise: lights!
Build your own LoRaWAN "The Things Network" packet-forwarding gateway on Windows 10 IoT Core in native .NET code.
This is a tone selector with the ability to change the buzzer frequency by a potentiometer and to see the result on a 16x2 display.
The oldie but goodie returns in the form of the infrared joystick set from an old Atari game system. These will control multiple things.
Arduino Potentiometer LED controller
This small tool checks brightness, and if there is fog or night out, will turn on without human action or worry.
This project uses a DHT11 humidity and temperature sensor for detection, then displays it on a 16 X 2 LCD display.
A tool to control the climate in any room.
A sample tool to irrigate a plant by monitoring soil.
My lightweight Arduino GSM mobile phone.