Via Nano 33 IoT, use RFID tags as bookmarks to record your ratings. Then, inspect them on Qubitro to grasp and review chapters deliberately.
Project tutorial by Kutluhan Aktar
An Arduino Uno autopilot drone with multiple sensors and a wireless camera controlled by two microcontrollers.
Project in progress by suhaskd
Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet.
Generates maps based on distance between itself and obstacles autonomously and provides visual feedback.
Project tutorial by Satyavrat Wagle
Full Fledged Attendance system which will prompt a free message on user mobile when his attendance will be marked using RFID Tag.
Project tutorial by GadgetProgrammers
I'll show you, how to monitor some hardware variables.
Project tutorial by zakrzu
A small device that will help you sorting resistors without wasting time with their color code.
Project tutorial by Federico Vivaldi
Send Arduino101 IMU data over BLE to your mobile device with Evothings and smoothie charts!
by Gregory O. Voronin
Stream and analyze live data from your Arduino microcontroller into Excel with the Data Streamer add-in!
by Jen Fox and Hacking STEM
This device measures fine dust and NO2 concentration in the air while on the move and adds GPS coordinates to each measurement location.
Project showcase by Telina
In this tutorial, you will learn how to upload and download data to/from a Firebase database with Arduino UNO and ESP8266 module.
Use a fleet of devices to monitor the soil in an agricultural field or greenhouse, and visualize the data remotely.
Project tutorial by Andrei Florian
A beginner-tier project I hope will help the fellows that are newbies in the Arduino world!
Project showcase by onatto22
Read temperature and humidity values in a remote location and store the data in an SD card.
Project tutorial by Arduino_Genuino
Standalone Arduino 6-channel triggered oscilloscope with optional freeze frame.
The easiest way: install Parallax then upload the Arduino code.
by Mahamudul Karim Khondaker
6-channel digital sampling oscilloscope with built-in frequency counter, maximum sampling rate 47kHz.
Project showcase by Veldekiaan
It measures the distance between you and the place where you point it to. Hope you'll enjoy it!
Keep that bad virus away from your safe zone. Build your own real-time thermal vision device to detect unwanted visitors at your door.
Project tutorial by Marius Dima
There is no doubt that you will love this wall clock.
Project tutorial by TheTNR
Reads and stores in SD card, the temperature and humidity values over time.
Project showcase by lmsousa
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