A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
The ultimate upgrade to your hat.
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.
I love swimming, but I tend to lose count of the laps, so I made this lap counter with an Arduino.
Use Chip with Firebase to control two LED lights from any web browser and any internet connection.
This project creates a way to monitor water usage, to reduce water costs.
Control temperature, automatically fill the water and food tanks, and monitor the cage via web and Android.
The CHIP as total communication device: media streaming, file server, VoIP, Messaging and more. All rolled into a captive portal/AP device.
This describes how to carry the entire(!) English Wikipedia with you.
Learn how to make a talking "fish".
Detect people! The LED lights when someone is detected.
Arduino used for a 2-wheel balancing robot.
Who doesn't like music and Particle Photon?
This project will get you up and running your first robot in no time at all, using your smartphone as a controller.
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.
My robot has its own chatbot!
Roomba-Dash is a CLI dashboard for the iRobot Create 2 platform written in Golang. It is cross-platform compatible.
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.
A simple push button using Proximus public LPWAN connectivity. Optimized for power consumption (<30 microAmps) and long distance (>15km!).
I made the King of Darkness's EVIL hand who is a professional wrestler.
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.
A badge with dotmatrix cover that could be programmed using micropython.
This interactive “radio” has eight stations of computer-generated speech, presented in a tunable, faux old-time cathedral radio.
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