This sleek machine can mix juice cocktails or real ones (age permitting) on command and looks great on your counter.
Project tutorial by Elvis Wolcott
The Dash Lid is an easy to use, low friction replenishment device.
You just use it like a lid.
Project tutorial by claude garrett
A pen holder that determines when there are two or less pens and triggers an Amazon pen set replacement.
Project tutorial by Alex Merchen
Never run out of liquid laundry detergent again with this Amazon DRS enabled liquid laundry detergent sensor, a.k.a. LaundryBot.
Project tutorial by ArtSuzhou
Amazon Dash Replenishment Service Automatic coffee ordering robot using Arduino MKR1000. Never miss another coffee break again!
Project tutorial by coffee-drinkers
An oil container that can automatically order new oil via Amazon DRS when the oil level in the container is low.
Project showcase by Mohammad Haizad
For 3D makers the worst thing is running out filament in the middle of a hours long print. This device will order for you when it is low!
Open source air quality sensor network platform.
Project in progress by BYU Smart City Project
When you have a 'real' Christmas tree, it is important to keep it watered. This project monitors the water level and emails alerts.
Project showcase by Ian Zahn
Oh the weather outside is frightful, but hot cocoa is so delightful, so let's order some hot cocoa on the go! An Arduino MKR1000 project.
Project tutorial by Team The Three Engineers
Send information to Santa Claus about the status of the gift request.
Project tutorial by Team Programarfacil
Making a Holiday Lantern for which I can change its 'outfits' to different theme depending on the holiday seasons.
Project tutorial by vincent wong
The most homemade snow machine you've ever seen. Made from a hairdryer, polystyrene and MKR1000. Controllable from anywhere in the world*
Project showcase by Hannah Kilby
Santa is here but you need to guess your gift's password! It's a great starting point if you're new to Arduino MKR1000, networking & Android
Project tutorial by Ahmed Hamdy
Do you want to conserve energy and turn the Christmas tree lights on/off when not required? In IOT era, that can be done using MKR1000.
Project tutorial by Sameer
Let the Christmas joy spread on to you! Press the button and see the latest Christmas tweet.
Project tutorial by Erhan Alankus
A web-controlled smiling snowball based on the Arduino MKR1000 controlled via WiFi using MQTT, Shitr.io and Node-red.
Project tutorial by Niels van Breederoode
This project is dedicated to my parents, but you can also use it for surprise events for someone special.
Project tutorial by Muhammad Afzal
I will be showing you how to make your own wired LEDs for Christmas Sweater.
by Vadim Aleksandrovich
When you are out of your home for Christmas Holiday you can visualize the Temp and Humidity values by your smartwatch using ArduinoMKR1000.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
A simple, original and cheap Christmas tree made with LED-illuminated plastic straws that can be controlled over WiFi.
Project showcase by Auri B
Snowman replica that can chat with user to inform them whether outside temperature is safe for outdoor activity or not.
Use MKR1000 to show the Santa location in real-time on a colorful world map made of neopixels.
Project tutorial by Bowen Feng
If also you, like me, put your vest on the washing machine and wait the best moment for wash the clothes... make SMART your Washing Machine.
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