IoT WiFi face tracking and recognition for Arduino.
Project tutorial by vicente zavala
IoT WiFi speech recognition home automation.
An WiFi IoT Android LED lamp dimmer.
Tracks circular objects of certain color and calculates the position of objects.
FreeRTOS, simple, easy to use, robust, optimised for Arduino IDE.
Full access to FreeRTOS capabilities, within classic Arduino environment.
by Phillip Stevens
No more hassles of unlocking your computer. Unlock your Windows PC with just a flick of an RFID card/tag.
Project tutorial by Prasanth K S
Use Pushbullet to notify you of whatever your hardware is doing
by Gustavo Gonnet
Now you don't have to remember any of your passwords, and they are still safe and ready to use!
Project showcase by mPelectronic
A touchless automatic motion sensor trash can.
Project showcase by Will Su
Controls a few LEDs using an Arduino and Speech Recognition.
Project tutorial by Marcio Tamagushi
An innovative hiking stick that helps you explore your surroundings and share your experiences with others.
Project tutorial by Mystick
Reinventing the pedestrian experience.
Project in progress by 5 developers
Since the day I heard about and got to play with the Raspberry Pi a few years ago, I’ve wanted to make a Raspberry Pi-powered laptop.
Project tutorial by Dante Roumega
Globe Trotter is a fun and tangible picture viewer.
Project showcase by carolinebuttet
Arduino micro with RFID unlock your computer. Set one or many RFID tag, and unlock your computer with your personal password.
by Giovanni Gentile
Use a $9 GSM module & the Hologram network to remotely control any Arduino with Blynk App.
by Moheeb Zara
FreeRTOS, simple, easy, robust, and optimised for Arduino IDE. Using FreeRTOS Semaphores to share and protect physical resources.
Keyboard designed specifically for YouTube and Netflix on a PC. Works great with music players as well.
Project showcase by Gyro1
Learn how to submit your Arduino-based project. It may even get featured on the Arduino social channels!
Ever wanted to control a cockroach on the cheap? Now you can!
Project tutorial by bravoechonovember
Being able to play Atari games like they were meant to be played in the '80s is really hard today, but possible with the help of an Arduino.
I really want to make a Raspberry Pi laptop but just can't find the right size trackpad so in this project we will be salvaging an old one.
Multi-purpose display: 4 Digits with 7 segments each. Each segment has 2 NeoPixels.
Project showcase by Nicole Jesse
This project consists on a mouse controlled with the movement of the head, using a gyroscope and an Arduino Micro.
Project in progress by Gabry295
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