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Super Secret Messaging with pocketCHIP!
A portable computer for your smartphone.
Lets turn some stuff on and off with PocketCHIP. It's not just for cheesy video games you know...
This project creates a way to monitor water usage, to reduce water costs.
A device to provide data for Machine Learning.
A custom Internet connected shirt using a LightBlue Bean to light up the shirt's El Wire graphics.
I made the King of Darkness EVIL's hand who is Professional wrestler.
I tried communicating between Wi-Fi devices using Blynk's Bridge widget!
Build your very own Linux terminal inside a mint tin!
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.
Monitor your greenhouse or personal garden environmental variables at a glance with a Linkit enabled sensor Hub.
Enjoy playing drums anytime anywhere without worrying about making noise or disturbing others - just attach Curie to your drum sticks!
Tired of losing your keys, wallet and phone? Attach the Find Me to any item and use the app to locate it in seconds.
Good vision is a precious gift but unfortunately loss of vision is becoming common now-a-days. Smart cap can help with navigation.
That is a tutorial on Chip and her backpack, Pocket CHIP. What is CHIP? CHIP is the smallest Linux-based computer. Let's blink an LED!
Allows you to play classic text adventure games (like Zork) using an old rotary phone.
You haven't made a project smaller than this one, along with features like a built-in battery that lasts a couple of days and a charger.
A self contained C.H.I.P. based Apple IIe mini computer. Runs off of a 12V drone battery. Working monitor power switch and audio.
A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
I removed the buttons from the PCB, rewired the switches, and use a Particle Electron to trigger each button via 3G from an Android app.
This is the famous MeArm robot arm, but now powered by the mighty CHIP!
Jan Van den Brink
This project will get you up and running your first robot in no time at all, using your smartphone as a controller.
I love swimming, but I tend to lose count of the laps, so I made this lap counter with an Arduino.
This is an ornament that consists of two characters. One Santa(sssh, we all know) and one reindeer. And some sweet electronics!
Team Kalmar makerspace
"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + sensors + strength +...
Team Otto builders
I was able to modify Adafruit's Freq Show program to enable it to run on the pocket CHIP.
This tip will allow us to fix the driver issue when connecting the CHIP to Windows 10 and be able to SSH into it.
My old stereo's iPod dock becomes useless with new iPhones having a lighting connector. Now the CHIP provides AirPlay for all my devices!
Add a wireless USB connection to the Apple wireless keyboard.
How to make a C.H.I.P. robot.
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