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A try to simulate the automation of modern manufacturing technologies specially the robotic arms that used in all fields of manufacturing.
Measuring engine data with Arduino and retrieve/display it over LAN in a webpage with awesome configurable steelseries gauges .
Combine RF and an Arduino to control electronics from your Android smartphone phone.
Control temperature for up to 8 separate processes! Cooling/heating control with humidity sensing. Based on Arduino and DS18B20/DHT22.
Park your car safely in the garage with Arduino!
Automate everything with Arduino!
Create a digital inventory of your trading/collectible cards using Lego and a Raspberry Pi.
Probably the most useful Arduino project I've ever made! A automatic tester for a product I sell.
It's a simple project done by using Arduino Uno R3. Now I'm trying to modify its functionality.
A basic model train layout containing a passing siding with a train running around and stopping in an automated sequence.
Don't know what to do with your Bolt WiFi Module, a chassis and a few motors? Don't worry, we will show you!
Visualize DHT22 sensor readings collected using Arduino Uno. Data is uploaded over MQTT using ESP8266 and visualized using Thingsboard.
Send Messages with Physical Alerts to this Gizmo from anywhere in the world via MQTT... or wake your kid up!
WASP is a Wemos D1 Mini time-programmable smart plug with a web-based control interface.
Controls the turning ON, OFF and self-altering of the intensity of the LED with alerts for sudden change in brightness of the surroundings.
Automated entry/exit using RFID and MySQL database.
Brewing amazing beer is a balance of art, science, and ritual. The BrewCentral system makes it possible for anyone to do an all-grain brew!
Live performance oriented sequencer / arpeggiator for multiple synths control.
Fully automated 6'x4' whiteboard. Give it any image and it renders the edges and sketches them in huge, precise, monochromatic glory.
Seriously, can a $10 Raspberry Pi Zero-W actually perform useful work? I'm typing this while the "W" is streaming YouTube to my HDMI 4K TV.
Use Raspberry Pi Zero W to make the cheapest and easiest yet very useful smart home automation for $38 only and no skills needed!
What? Program an Arduino from your Raspberry Pi? It's possible, and super easy!
Intel Arduino 101-based tank using Bluetooth Low Energy to communicate with a Blynk remote control on your phone.