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This is a small, photoresistor-based tachometer for use on several different development boards (whatever you might have laying around).
Dead drop for kids adventure games showing location of treasure using Morse code.
This Project will help you track wind Speeds using Windows 10 IoT Core and the Eltako Windsensor.
This is a pro-tip on connecting a USB WebCam to the Omega2 and streaming it over WiFi.
Build and Debug a C program that uses SQLite3 SQL calls.
Project configuration steps.
Build a smart lamp that can be controlled by flipping a switch and Alexa, for only $35.
Demonstrate an IoT application connecting Seeed Studio Grove Starter Kit sensors to the Losant IoT cloud platform.
Add this small file to your project to control TP-Link bulbs and plugs directly with simple subroutine calls.
Make an Articulated Robot Action Figure from a your favorite Soda Can.
This project uses a tablet running Data Dashboard and a Raspberry Pi to wireless control a WF32 fan set up.
In my project, I used LabVIEW to interface with 3 Pmod ENC's connected to a WF32 to control a LabVIEW project I made called LabForms.
For this project, I used LabVIEW to create a Raspberry Pi controlled Sumobot.
Adapt your home automation project from our March 2017 workshop to be controlled through BLE using the Blynk app on your phone.
Arduino Nano and Visuino: Convert Acceleration to Angle From Accelerometer and Gyroscope MPU6050 I2C Sensor - quick and easy
Work in progress
Using the system multiple persons can share a single toilet efficiently.
Md. Khairul Alam
Autonomous omni-mobile robot
Web-based Car Control with PHPoC Shield for Arduino
An Arduino 101 lets us Reinvent the Future of Eco-monitoring! Come and Seeed how the Grove IoT kit makes it better!
this code lets you make an accelerometor & gyroscope give the best results.
Using MediaTek LinkIt™ Smart 7688 as a server and image proxy we can enable a fridge to be a smart fridge and aide in inventory and shopping
Read data from two of most popular sensors out there. Temperature, pressure, and luminosity.