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A cloud connected alert system that parses local alert feeds ranging from weather to missing persons and provides visual and audio feedback.
This project allows to check temperature at home from anywhere using web browser.
This is a parking lot IoT system.
This is an implementation of the Google Assistant API wrapped as an Alexa skill.
My young children were not tall enough to pull the chains on the ceiling fan, to turn on the fan & light. Alexa, turn on the 'Boys Light'.
This project shows how to change color of Minion using Arduino, PHPoC WiFi Shield and color sensor.
Riding bike is a little dangerous. With the Direction Indicators for a bike, car's know if you want to turn right or left. Make biking safe!
The ExoMIND Glove is a stroke rehabilitation device used to to generate biofeedback for physical therapists and patients.
Team Purdue MIND
This project shows how to control MP3 player via webpage using PHPoC.
Interfacing ultrasonic sensor with NodeMcu and displaying the distance in the blynk app
myWingMan is a quadrotor drone, which is controlled by the movement of your hands, built with low-cost, commercial tech.
A drink mixer and dispenser that uses PHPoC Blue and mini water pumps.
This project allows you to check temperature at home from anywhere using web browser.
This project helps you control your IR appliances by setting schedule.
An insulated food container divided into two sections by a thermoelectric cooler module for quickly heating one side and cooling the other.
A necessary skill for all people with iron deficiencies. It's always hard to find foods that are rich in iron. Until now. Just ask Alexa!
Binary data is 0 and 1 two numbers to represent the number. In decimal, we know that "1 + 1 = 2". So what is the operation in binary?
Find Precious Treasures from across the United Kingdom..!
It is an EVM using Arduino. There are five switches in all, assigned for various activities.
Play tic-tac-toe against the Teensy with a physical board and playing pieces.
Follow this tutorial to set up your Pi Cap with a Raspberry Pi 1 A+/B+, Raspberry Pi 2 or Raspberry Pi 3.
Team Bare Conductive