Be kind to your plants! Learn about the green house environment using MKR1000 and sensors. Control soil humidity and air conditions!
Project tutorial by Marius Dima
Opening 26 pieces of windows at the same time in a 2,000-square-meter greenhouse under just 20 seconds? Yes!
Project tutorial by Istvan Sipka
Forgot your keys? Unlock the door using an RFID combination sequence from hidden tags.
Project tutorial by Kirby G
Home Automation through Wi-Fi connectivity (Arduino MKR1000) and Windows 10.
Project tutorial by Ioannis Kydonis
Cost and availability of retirement villages cause aging people to stay in their own homes. This system monitors their daily events.
Project tutorial by Team Rethink IoT
For 3D makers the worst thing is running out filament in the middle of a hours long print. This device will order for you when it is low!
Project tutorial by ArtSuzhou
ReSpeaker Home Automation Sample using Arduino MKR1000, Microsoft Cognitive Service Speech API, Api.ai and MQTT
Project tutorial by Krishnaraj Varma
Use an Arduino MKR1000 to maintain a constant temperature in a charcoal smoker and allow monitoring over Wifi,
Project tutorial by Up in Smoke
How to make a good-looking touchscreen thermostat with optional Modbus support via RS485 with ArduiTouch MKR.
Project tutorial by hwhardsoft
Wondering if your cat is sleeping all day or running around the hood? Check it out with this tracker!
Project tutorial by Arduino_Genuino
Smart Power Strip is controlled by Alexa Smart Home skills with an extra temperature feature. It can be used generally everywhere at home.
Project tutorial by Muhammad Afzal
The Dash Lid is an easy to use, low friction replenishment device.
You just use it like a lid.
Project tutorial by claude garrett
Alexa controlled timers at a glimpse. A really fancy egg-timer with added temperature control.
Project tutorial by Team 2dudes
Make a smart kettle for under £60 using Alexa and Arduino.
Project tutorial by Steven Tomlinson
Never run out of liquid laundry detergent again with this Amazon DRS enabled liquid laundry detergent sensor, a.k.a. LaundryBot.
A device made to be portable and easy to install, allows you to control your lights without dealing with the electricity!
Project tutorial by Emmanuel Garuz
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