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This chest is made out of 3D printed parts and painted popsicle sticks. It's using an ATtiny85 to play the iconic melody when it's opened.
"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + touch sensors + strength + sound detection...
Use C.H.I.P. to make any old speakers AirPlay speakers. Use several C.H.I.P.s to make a network for a multiroom audio experience!
Bring Teddy Ruxpin back to life, but on your own terms! Make him say whatever you want, or have him search twitter to read tweets!
Retrieving air/soil moisture & temperature and brightness (and RGB rays). It also sends the localization, and so gives weather forecasts.
A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
An innovative wearable technology for visually impaired peoples.
This health band can assist old people in their daily lives, leaving the family stress free!
Turn CHIP into a ready-to use simple synthesizer, capable of creating a huge variety of sounds. Control it with a MIDI keyboard or even OSC!
The ultimate upgrade to your hat.
A portable computer for your smartphone.
How to prevent forest from burning? A small Sigfox signal can prevent natural disasters. We will use an Arduino MKRFOX + a flame detector.
Always forgetting the opened toilet lid? Men, let us educate you!
Teach your See 'n Say to say more than just animal noises!
I love swimming, but I tend to lose count of the laps, so I made this lap counter with an Arduino.
By adding a C.H.I.P., an amp, and a hard drive, I've put my entire music library inside a pair of handsome old speakers I control over WiFi.
The project consists of a kit for drones that includes an electronic device that functions as a meteorological station.
I tried communicating between Wi-Fi devices using Blynk's Bridge widget!
Just in time for Halloween! This robotic doll uses Adafruit Feather HUZZAH ESP8266 as her brain. Let's make it smarter.
This is RocketC.H.I.P.: a C.H.I.P. with specially configured WiFi and the circuity to control a relay. We use it to launch hobby rockets.
Good vision is a precious gift but unfortunately loss of vision is becoming common now-a-days. Smart cap can help with navigation.
I have no “sense" of time - can I develop one? Tempo is a wearable device that feeds time data to my skin through vibration patterns.
This tutorial shows how to use the Arduino MKR GSM 1400's DTMF feature to have a direct interaction with your phone.
Build your very own Linux terminal inside a mint tin!
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