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Build your own stock ticker using a Raspberry Pi and Sense Hat
Work in progress
Phillips made what is called Ambilight, a backlight that responds to what is on screen. Makers made it bigger.
This is a device which can monitor running track via a GPS module and store data to a SD card. And then parse the data later from a app.
Learn about relays and WIFI and how to create and internet switch! Use the Wemos D1 Mini and the relay shield.
This project is a simple line follower robot, where in we used the 4Duino-24 as the controller of the robot or rover.
Underwater robot built by students running on Raspberry PI 3 on Windows 10 IoT Core controlled by UWP app using Xbox controller.
Team Nova Underwater Technologies 2017
Incorporating design and coding, this project has investigated the relationship between the audio levels and temperature in a classroom.
Team Group 705
For this project, we used a keypad to determine which counselors at our school were visited the most and by what grade level.
Team Purple Pandas
Helping aquaponic classes by measuring CO2, light, temperature, and humidity, when all 4 are in prime range, our led will light up.
Our spinoff on the Array Of Things project.
Team Group 801
A custom Internet connected shirt using a LightBlue Bean to light up the shirt's el wire graphics.
We built a system to monitor the water temperature and clarity within a fish tank for the lane tech aquaponics class.
Eryk Cygielski and Paul Romano
This project was designed to collect the temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels inside of Lane Tech's Aquaponics room.
Max Mitchell and Austin Wu
We measured the level of activity within our school’s counseling department by using a range sensor at the department's entrance.
Team Group 405
Monitoring temperature, humidity, count of sleepers and other meta tags we seek to find factors in the classroom that encourage sleep.
Team Hot Taco
This project will teach you how to build a photon that collects sound levels using the Sparkfun Electronics Sound Detector.
Team Group 407
As part of a student workshop at Brunel University London an app must be developed to remind the user if he forgets his phone in a car
A Data-collecting mote design that was used for the Lane Of Things Group 309.
Team LT Group 309
We interface one of our most popular Arduino shields, the ADS1292R ECG/Respiration shield, to ProtoCentral's new ESP32 platform.
This guide will show you how you can control a Non-RGB-LED with your Raspberry Pi.
Made by Group 510 (Gonzalo Rosales, Tatiana Carbajal and Martin Avila)
Team Group 510