When out of cell range, you need a watch that lasts more then 24 hours and can radio for help. Pebble Time with SurvivalStrap is here.
Project in progress by Team Universal Mind
your social sixth sense
Project tutorial by 5 developers
making precise positioning device without GPS or satellites
by using Arduino, 1sheeld, Android phone, USP joystick and 3Ds MAX so
Project in progress by Science Camp (Iraqi maker space)
Control a R/C truck using your smartphone.
Project in progress by bigboystoys13
You can make FRIDAY, that can make calls, tell you the temperature, turn things on or off and even take pictures.
Project tutorial by Oguz Salar
Send and receive messages (via bluetooth) between Arduino and an iOS device using iShield + BLE Shield + Arduino + TFT LCD Screen.
Project tutorial by Victor Carreño
Visualise your favourite music mp3's with strips of glowy light awesomeness!
Project tutorial by Paul Scott
When motion is sensed, an SMS will be sent to say that motion was detected.
Project tutorial by Christiaan Neil Burger
My submission for the Hackster.io and Autodesk Fusion 360 "Give your Hardware a Home" Challenge
Project tutorial by Inderpreet Singh
Old sole interrupts normal youthful days to force young people to interact with their environment in a different way.
Project tutorial by Team Old Sole
Automated public shaming to make your shared kitchen a little cleaner.
Project tutorial by 4 developers
Friendly, talking, robot door greeter for your maker space.
Project tutorial by Team MakerHive
Control a virtual gauge using a potentiometer, Arduino and BLE Shield.
Control everything from your phone
Project tutorial by Ashraf Nabil
Bring Touch Control to the Arduino. Use interesting touch sensors like Carrots or Beets to make a "Beetbox"
Project tutorial by Anthony Kelly
Have it your way.
Wind-activated paint spinner to visualize air power released from Stanley Hall vent.
Watch time trickle away by using food colouring to print digits on a surface of a flowing river.
Project showcase by Richard Schwarz
An Arduino and an Adafruit LED bar make a bright and beautiful Christmas light string
Project tutorial by Donald Doerres
RF hash is not a meal at the greasy spoon but can be a great diagnostic tool for your Arduino or digital project.
Project tutorial by Ray Burnette
Reward good exercise habits
Project in progress by 6 developers
Add cheap 315/433 Mhz Outlets typically found around Christmas. Etekcity has been reported to work well. Uses RC-Switch Library.
Project in progress by Keith Croshaw
In this sample, we will connect an RGB LED strip to an Arduino and hand draw the lights through a Windows 10 phone over Bluetooth.
Project tutorial by Team Windows IoT Maker
A mountable, self-contained unit for capturing the moment of riding a bike for the first time!
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