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This project allows you to use voice command to turn on/off, change color, effect of one, a range or all of an LED strip.
In part 3, we export the files to gCode and actually mill the PCB on a Shapeoko CNC.
Monica Houston and Katie Kristoff
This project show how to control multiple IoT devices using Google Home.
The cloud switches are well known, but what happens when the local internet fails and the switch cannot connect to the internet?
Work in progress
Super Secret Messaging with PocketCHIP!
Trying to give your Alexa skill a little more character? Use Speechcons in a skill to hack the Alexa voice to show a little emotion.
Monitor what happening in the baby room when we are not present there and send an SMS to the parent when motion is Detected.
Use an old iPhone device to control and display the status of your Patriot IoT devices.
This small tool checks brightness, and if there is fog or night out, will turn on without human action or worry.
Create your own RGB controlled lamp with Arduino 101 using BLE.
Inspired by Becky Stern's YouTube Subscriber Counter, I wanted to make a display of the number of likes for a Facebook page.
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.
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.
A useful tool to visualize at real time data of the MPU9250 sent through a COM port.
Measuring light and reporting it to Initial State Cloud, using Adafruit ALS-PT19 Analog Light Sensor Breakout and the Wipy to read
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.
Simplify the way for documenting projects in software and hardware, based on Raspberry Pi Zero and camera module.
This simple project shows how Arduino can be used with a RTOS. A special version of Arduino called ARTe was used for software development.
What if we built a small weather station lasting for about 6 months with 2x AA, talking to Internet and working anywhere with SIGFOX?
Antoine de Chassey
The oldie but goodie returns in the form of the infrared joystick set from an old Atari game system. These will control multiple things.