è un automazione di un braccio pneumatico in grado di smistare il legno da ferro
Autonomously functioning farmbot integrating IoT, image processing, automation, and Android application.
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
With a bigger screen come more possibilities.
by Staf Van Gestel
Some pretty cool automated functions and easily adjustable parameters. Not bad for a small budget!
Ultra low-cost flow-through photometer for on-line measurements of bacterial density.
by Alex Kutschera
A digital device that visualizes analog signal.
Failed but still teaches a lot.
A board with 160 moving cocktail parasols.
A serious game for press freedom.
This is an effort to automate almost everything in our home. Open Builds mechanical components are also used to automate curtains.
by Kamakshi's Smart Team
Conceptualised a portable eBook reader which allows the blind to feel the Braille characters with a blind stick which can detect obstacles.
If you ever wanted to build your own smart switch, please read the story below.
Everybody hates it when they want the drink a cup of coffee and the water tank is empty. Here is the solution!
This tutorial takes you through the intricacies of setting up your RAK811 Lora node to talk to AWS ioT via the TTN LoRaWAN network
by Naresh krish
Use Amazon Alexa Devices and Sensors to find where objects are in home, or your office.
by Rupin Chheda
Controlling Home Lights using Facebook Chat messages with the help of Arduino, ESP8266 WiFi and a relay board.
Control home appliances from anywhere in world using Internet. Make your home smart with Arduino and ESP8266 WiFi Module.
This tutorial shows how to use the data collected from LoRa nodes into beautiful graphs and visualization using Node-red and Grafana.
Make a simple oscilloscope with Arduino MEGA 2560 and Processing
Using a BPI NB-IoT development board together with Arduino.
by banana pi
Motion video with AI. Make event live with self assist DSLR cameras.
by Abhishek Dwivedi
These 84 by 48 pixel LCDs are what you might have found in Nokia 3310. And what about using them in the Arduino projects?
Showing a simple way to use a flashtube with high voltage generated using Arduino.
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