Amazon Dash Replenishment Service Automatic coffee ordering robot using Arduino MKR1000. Never miss another coffee break again!
Project tutorial by Team coffee-drinkers
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
This magnificent model offers a solution in a greater electricity saving, better use of a solar sun power, and reducing the traffic jams.
by Davor Sijanovic
Controlling a robotic arm to pick up and drop objects is difficult enough, without IoT it would be near impossible to do this remotely.
Project showcase by Madhu Govindarajan and Siddharth Salunkhe
Snowman replica that can chat with user to inform them whether outside temperature is safe for outdoor activity or not.
Project showcase by Mohammad Haizad
IOT based Grocery Management System.
Project tutorial by Samir Toumi
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
A pen holder that determines when there are two or less pens and triggers an Amazon pen set replacement.
Project tutorial by Alex Merchen
The cloud switches are well known, they allow to control the pass or interruption of electric current from your cellphone.
Project showcase by laurencehr
This project allows you to control a MeArm Robot with your smartphone, as if you had many potentiometers in your hands.
Project in progress by Lightrider
How to setup an MKR1000 and publish an event or location to Wia.
Project tutorial by Spivey
Wever is a smart IoT device, which automatically controls the water pump according to the requirement and sends update to internet.
Project in progress by Kaushal Wagle
I will be showing you how to make your own wired LEDs for Christmas Sweater.
by Vadim Aleksandrovich
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.
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