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It's a basic 4 wheel drive car which can be controlled by android phones.
Bluetooth LED - A simple tutorial on Bluetooth basics.
Internet-connected bowl for pets with consumption monitoring and an automatic refilling gizmo.
This experiment will use the Snapduino to generate music through the speaker.
ESP8266 web server - driver for MikroE Buggy. Web server provides simple HTML5 canvas as driving joystick.
Zoran Roncevic and Nenad Cetic
This is an enclosure for the Omega that includes space for a regulator circuit and batteries.
Monitoring the status of a Digital Input (sensor), simulated with a button, through CoAP protocol.
HIghly performant NAS and web server! Raspbian running Apache, PHP, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin, Joomla, OwnCloud, Webdev. SSL cert from LetsEncrypt.
Water fountain controlled via the internet
Get notified when the doorbell is pressed for about 1/6 the price of the RING doorbell!
Arduino “having11” Guy
Controlling water and heat of a plantation, using real data as temperature, relative air humidity, and soil moisture.
I decided to make one. I want use Arduino UNO with Ethernets shield, and STC-013 sensor. The data are visible on MQTT Dashboard by Cayenne.
Playing polyphony Happy birthday theme on Arduino Nano with three buzzers on a single mini breadboard.
Build a beautiful “infinity mirror” Illusion that you can control by changing this mirrors' orientation. Rotate for changing colors!
This is a robot using Raspberry Pi which can be remotely controlled by a mobile phone accelerometer.
A romantic project for Valentine's Day - a 3D printed sunflower that opens and closes in reaction to light. Have a Sunny Valentine!
A gadget to help your kids practice basic arthematics
Muhammad Zeeshan Akram
Use an Arduino NeoPixel matrix to create a simple 1 player pong game!
Connect your microcontroller to a NeoPixel Ring with Azure to make it light up on new tweet!
When the door is opened, Arduino sends a notification via Gmail. Magnetic Sensor is used to detect the door open. It can be used with IPv6
Automate all your lights at home for a fraction of the usual cost with this simple project (5 lights for less than $60).