A simple, original and cheap Christmas tree made with LED-illuminated plastic straws that can be controlled over WiFi.
Project showcase by Auri Botines
See how much battery you have left!
Project showcase by Arduino_Genuino
The purpose of the project is to create a system of selective opening of shop windows.
Project tutorial by Juan Salvador Aleixandre Talens
The purpose of the project is to detect the passing of cars and people at the entrance to an orchard and a warning beep inside this house.
I decided to make one. I want use Arduino UNO with Ethernets shield, and STC-013 sensor. The data are visible on MQTT Dashboard by Cayenne.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
With help of this device we can control multiple household appliances with help of an IR remote.
Project showcase by Adersh B
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
Making a Holiday Lantern for which I can change its 'outfits' to different theme depending on the holiday seasons.
Project tutorial by vincent wong
Here explains how to control devices using BLE and smartphones
Project tutorial by Anas Dalintakam
Arduino 101 and the his BLE Bluethooth feature connection for monitoring the pulse on nRF Toolbox.
An LCD buddy that reacts to you!
Project tutorial by aip06
A really smart IoT socket. Switch ON/OFF your device by the smartphone using Cayenne Dashboard and Arduino MKR1000.
Thermistor as thermometer.
Project tutorial by Marcazzan_M
Do you know of the famous WS1012 LEDs? The PL9823 is the cheapest LED that uses the same protocol of the WS1012. Let's blink LEDs!
This tutorial will show you the easiest and best way to use a pushbutton with your Arduino board!
Project tutorial by SMM2
When you have a 'real' Christmas tree, it is important to keep it watered. This project monitors the water level and emails alerts.
Project showcase by Ian Zahn
When you are out of your home for Christmas Holiday you can visualize the Temp and Humidity values by your smartwatch using ArduinoMKR1000.
If you want use two Arduino, you can use a simple I/O port to communicate. The point of question is the Ground.
by Giovanni Gentile
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
At my age you have to get up at night and tend to be tired on the way to the bathroom. Use a PIR-Sensor to trigger the light on!
Project showcase by Ingo Lohs
The MicroView is a simple Arduino-based board that has a mini screen and pins for input and output. I've used this to make a digital dice.
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