Integrate this easy-to-use DHT11 temperature and humidity sensor into your weather station, drone, weather balloon, or greenhouse.
Project tutorial by ejshea
Add an LCD to your projects to display data acquired from sensors, display your own custom characters, or use it as a debugging tool.
Max out the analog input channels with six 10kΩ potentiometers.
LED ring that blinks to your heart beats and displays current BPM both by number and color of illuminated LEDs.
Project tutorial by Dmitry Dziuba
A super smart buoy with lots of sensors that sends data over radio to a base station where it is displayed on a real time dashboard!
Project tutorial by T3ch Flicks
A spider-like robot based on Arduino.
Project tutorial by Renga
He is using the BMP180 sensor module which only supports an I2C protocol. I2C is not supported on the ESP8266. The successor to the BMP180 is the BME280 which supports both I2C and SPI, so you could probably get rid of the Arduino Nano since the ESP8266 supports SPI.
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