This video will illustrate the working principle of the Water Quality Monitoring and Notification System.
Project showcase by emmanuel ani
This project detects the various obstacles and plots them on a graph.
Project showcase by Bharath Rao M
This is a very precise scale for any weight up to 1.5 kg!
Project showcase by mPelectronic
An Arduino based device to monitor the levels of combustible gases, carbon monoxide, relative humidity and temperature in the kitchen.
Project showcase by Mustafa Hesham
Arduino based 5" LCD touchscreen weather station with remote sensor unit.
Project showcase by antiElectron
This project is about a simple movement detector. Whenever any obstacle comes in a line (predefined) a light will glow.
Project showcase by Sriram MN
First version of basic Home Weather Station.
Project showcase by derapados
Save time by knowing whether the Faculty is in his chamber or not.
Project showcase by Kaustubh Agarwal
We built this to help our farmer friend in Thailand track his truck to prevent rice theft.
Project showcase by Sustainable Living Lab
Humidity and temperature sensor DHT22 applied to automatic irrigation.
Project showcase by CristianColweb
Waterman is a device in form of a box which will check the contamination level of water and also the availability of water in the pipeline.
Project showcase by Technozz
A touch sensor pad with sound sensor controlling AC/ DC lights.
Project showcase by Anbumachi
A simple 4 channel design/program for monitoring orchid and plant moisture levels.
Project showcase by Mitch K
An Arduino-based touchscreen advanced weather station with increased accuracy using precision pressure, temperature and humidity sensors.
Vehicle dashboard monitor.
Project showcase by Boaz Lawnce
I’m on a mission to reduce the amount of noise my LulzBot Mini 3D printer makes. The stock fan is loud and it's either on or ON!
Project showcase by PlastiBots.com
In this project I created a pretty simple digital level using a LCD screen and a gyro sensor.
Project showcase by elegoo-arduino
Track and save your foot path.
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