Mobile electronical device for blind and visual impaired people mobility.
by Fabrizio Lapiello
This robot took part in a competition and solved the maze.
The main objective of this project is to develop a smart home automation system with a button key fob transmitter by using RF.
by Dennis Mwanza
Control home appliances from anywhere in world using Internet. Make your home smart with Arduino and ESP8266 WiFi Module.
My project helps visually challenged people to walk without crashing into walls and obstacles. This help them to live freely
With a bigger screen come more possibilities.
by Staf Van Gestel
Autonomously functioning farmbot integrating IoT, image processing, automation, and Android application.
These 84 by 48 pixel LCDs are what you might have found in Nokia 3310. And what about using them in the Arduino projects?
Brought to the marked in 1976, Zilog's Z80 was the most widespread processor in the '80s until the 2000s. Let's bring it to life again!
by Doctor Volt
A digital device that visualizes analog signal.
Failed but still teaches a lot.
My project is about how to make a smart home with IoT.
by Team IUHTeam
We interface one of our most popular Arduino shields, the ADS1292R ECG/Respiration shield, to ProtoCentral's new ESP32 platform.
by Team ProtoCentral
This LED Display Module can works with two-color LED matrix in two sizes (large and small), as well a 7 segments x 4 digits.
IoT WiFi face tracking and recognition for Arduino.
by vicente zavala
Use Amazon Alexa Devices and Sensors to find where objects are in home, or your office.
by Rupin Chheda
Sending temperature and humidity from Arduino MKR1000 to Artik Cloud
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
Ultra low-cost flow-through photometer for on-line measurements of bacterial density.
by Alex Kutschera
SPACS is an invisible shield for pedestrians designed as an extra safety measure in case of collision or vehicle malfunction.
by Marius Dima
A board with 160 moving cocktail parasols.
Game table created based on our favorite game - Pinball - on the Arduino; the cheapest and most easily manufactured board game.
Controlling Home Lights using Facebook Chat messages with the help of Arduino, ESP8266 WiFi and a relay board.
This tutorial shows how to use the data collected from LoRa nodes into beautiful graphs and visualization using Node-red and Grafana.
by Naresh krish
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