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This interactive “radio” has eight stations of computer-generated speech, presented in a tunable, faux old-time cathedral radio.
Retrieving air/soil moisture & temperature and brightness (and RGB rays). It also sends the localization, and so gives weather forecasts.
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.
Everybody who has an RC toy can use the Nio app on a smartphone instead of using a handheld RC to run toys such as a car, truck or boat.
Arduino used for a 2-wheel balancing robot.
The circuit was printed with the Electrifi conductive filament in 15 min. All 64 WS2812b SMD LEDs were attached to the circuits in 20 min.
A badge with dotmatrix cover that could be programmed using micropython.
C.H.I.P. - powered puzzle game using an 8x8 RGB LED matrix.
This tutorial shows how to use the Arduino MKR GSM 1400's DTMF feature to have a direct interaction with your phone.
Always forgetting the opened toilet lid? Men, let us educate you!
Control a solar-powered, Internet-connected lawn sprinkler with MQTT, which makes an ideal as rabbit/rodent repellent.
This contribution is intended for all men who are supposed to bring the paper waste out of their 3rd floor apartment.
SBC w/ bluetooth, a cell modem, and a gps, build a cheap portable scanner for the automatic detection and reporting credit card skimmers.
Just in time for Halloween! This robotic doll uses Adafruit Feather HUZZAH ESP8266 as her brain. Let's make it smarter.
Publishing values of temperature and humidity on to your Android phone app in real-time.
Publish your data in to a specific topic to an MQTT broker. Subscribe your topic on to your web/mobile application to receive your data.
Receive SMS and take desired actions against the received request. Switch on a water pump or adjust the lightning at your home.
Send SMS from your Surilli to your mobile phone. Be it a weather update or your pulse rate!
Easy-to-use smart watch for old people to warn their caretakers in case of emergency.
Cutsie Whun is a tough and fast, RC-controlled, 2-wheeled balancing fun machine.
I built this project for the fun of it, to display our current GPS coordinates on a small OLED display. Based on Xinabox running an ARM M0+.
This is a project that will hopefully bring down barriers of cost, labor and time to a new level and make IIOT a reality for all of us.
This is a semi-outdoor temperature & humidity monitor that runs on 3.7v batteries. I say semi because it needs to be protected from rain.
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