Windows 10 IoT Core project to control pool components for example pool pump, waterfall and solar heater.
Project tutorial by Mike Mackes
Take control of your home in your smart-phone with the simplest ever home automation device.
Project tutorial by Prasanth K S
Automatic watering system for my dog.
Project showcase by SindreKragsrud
Keyboard designed specifically for YouTube and Netflix on a PC. Works great with music players as well.
Project showcase by Gyro1
An other double plant watering version, now with more autonomy and less power consumption.
Project in progress by adamneareva
Visual aid to parking in a two-car garage
Project tutorial by Chip McClelland
The CHPC is a minimal cost heat pump (HP) controller.
Project tutorial by gonzho
Arduino powered control and measurement platform.
This is a GSM modem (Siemen TC35i) that can be operated with a garage door opening and closing device.
Project showcase by Grubits Gábor
The Scent-terrific Smart Candle is made of wax, flickers like a real flame, emits scents though a wax warmer, and is controllable by Alexa!
Project tutorial by Darian Johnson
The Thirsty Flamingo uses a soil moisture sensor and piezo speaker to help you monitor your plant's environment.
Project tutorial by circuito.io team
This device will allow you to open your door by asking Alexa to open it for you.
Project tutorial by Keith Caskey
We're going to learn how to automate electric shades (the ones that work with DC motors and are controlled by inversing polarity).
Project tutorial by danionescu
No need to purchase any propriety systems, this is a stand alone unit operated by a free App called 'LocoMotive'
Project tutorial by Falkland Bill
Control your home appliances connected to a smart socket extension box with your voice using Alexa.
Project tutorial by Emmanuel Edwards
This is a homemade automatic cat feeder instruction. Simple to use and easy to build, no special tools or materials are needed.
Project tutorial by Rundhall
Arduino automatic multiple light control system. Room light on, table lamp off. Room light off, table lamp on via gesture.
Project showcase by ashraf_minhaj
The nice Renault Megane III piece of engineering and Arduino can play nicely together, assisting drivers on lanes change.
Project tutorial by Mne
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