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Portlet (Programmable + Outlet) gives you control over your home outlets for simple automation and safety
Arduino Home Security
Work in progress
Just got my Raspberry CM3 and CM3L and Development kit. Didn't unbox the CM1 kit yet, but this time let's see what I can build next?
Build a simple NeoPixel matrix with these simple steps!
Arduino “having11” Guy
and I2C interface with blynk.
Build your own security system, using the Wia Python SDK, a Motion sensor module, a camera module, and a Raspberry Pi.
This is first version of my low cost 3d printed robot arm based on Ikea Tertial lamp.
The nRF52 doesn’t come with any device management solution. It that might be handy if you are on the verge of mass production
The QuaCKibator is an egg incubator system, that monitors the egg incubation cycle as well as insures a high hatch rate by using sensors.
Set up your SD card and use it to boot the Edison, for this tutorial we recommend an 8 - 16gb SD.
Convert the body of an email to Morse code and have an LED or speaker signal it to you!
Use your Android/IoS phone or tablet to control your hardware remotely with the thingSoC ESP32 board
Control everything with your voice with the help of your raspberry pi
Remote control example for controlling Windows IoT devices directly over Bluetooth from Android handhelds.
Learn how to gain remote control of your DIY constructions with the easy to use Blynk interface.
This project demonstrates a basic idea of the Internet of Things (IoT), whose applications are extending from smart homes to wearables.
Clock LCD display adjustable.
Set up Amazon's Alexa on a Raspberry Pi with a MATRIX Creator. Use the MATRIX mic array together with a third-party wake word engine
Team MATRIX Creator
This is a project that uses SHT30 to get the current temperature and humidity. And then displays it on a no-chip embeded LCD.
A Fabric Interface for Expressive Music Control
Does the BBC micro:bit share my affinity for German poetry? Is it able to randomly change a line of verse. I believe so.