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
The idea is to test the Arduino MKR1000, controlling the on board LED from your smart phone (this case iPhone SE. Hacksterlive Bogota.
Project tutorial by Juan Santana
A pen holder that determines when there are two or less pens and triggers an Amazon pen set replacement.
Project tutorial by Alex Merchen
A device made to be portable and easy to install, allows you to control your lights without dealing with the electricity!
Project tutorial by Emmanuel Garuz
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.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
Amazon Dash Replenishment Service Automatic coffee ordering robot using Arduino MKR1000. Never miss another coffee break again!
Project tutorial by Team coffee-drinkers
In this post we will make a cool Christmas greeting card with the possibility of changing the music and much more, with Cayenne IoT.
Project tutorial by Neoxelox
A simple IoT experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to monitor a potentiometer and DHT11 sensor via Favoriot IoT platform.
Project tutorial by Lintang Wisesa
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Thinger.io.
This demonstrates how to use your Arduino MKR1000 to connect to InitialState.com to produce colorful visualizations of your sensor data.
Project tutorial by Stephen Borsay
A simple Internet of Things experiment, using an Arduino MKR1000 board to control two LEDs and monitor a potentiometer, via Blynk app.
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
When you are out of your home for Christmas Holiday you can visualize the Temp and Humidity values by your smartwatch using ArduinoMKR1000.
In the maker world, only boredom is truly ugly. Prevent boredom with horrible, smart flashy lights!!!
Project tutorial by Alex Glow
This project is dedicated to my parents, but you can also use it for surprise events for someone special.
Project tutorial by Muhammad Afzal
Let your legacy mailbox send you SMS notifications, thanks to IFTTT.
Project tutorial by Adrien Sales
Use MKR1000 to show the Santa location in real-time on a colorful world map made of neopixels.
Project tutorial by Bowen Feng
A sensor That detects when a diaper needs changing.
Project tutorial by Team Keep Me Clean
Set an alarm with MKR1000 and MKR Relay Proto Shield to turn a lamp on/off.
Project tutorial by David Escobar
IOT based Grocery Management System.
Project tutorial by Samir Toumi
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