Control appliance using a hand gesture without any microcontroller, only bare electronic components.
Garage doors are very heavy and our smart system enables user to control the door via mobile phone app, saving energy and time.
Weather-optimized LED lighting for your home! Controlled from the AWS cloud, by the real-life cloud-cover over your city.
Automated chicken coop: automatic water and feed dispenser, IR based egg counter and notifier.
Control any high voltage (240V, 15A) load whilst monitoring two external sensors and current drawn by load. No additional PSU needed.
Bringing efficiency to space utilization at most end-user location convenience.
This is a useless demonstration of the power of the PID loop used in industrial automation.
Impress your friends with this amazing Alexa controlled fogger using a Particle Photon, a vape device, and 3D printed parts.
PIR-based motion detector is used to sense movement. They are commonly used in burglar alarms and automatically-activated lightning systems.
Make our BBG into SWD programmer by its powerful PRUSS (Programmable Reaitime Unit SubSystem), in order to control our bits.
PLC IEC-61131-3 ladder programming >>> Modbus TCP/IP >>> PID tuning >>> HMI >>> Wiring diagram.
Precise irrigation of paprika by using weight sensors to reach the optimum and required plant growth.
In this project, we will control the angular position of the DC Servo Motor via an I/O port (with PWM output capability) and a touch knob.
Connect wireless door bell to Cayenne and send SMS.
Interfacing a PIR sensor with Arduino.
Azure Sphere Kit controls the water supply and lights in farming field via cloud central IoT application.
Files for laser cutting a foam Mjolnir that fits around a micro racing drone, and how to hack an RC transmitter for Arduino control!
This is a PIR sensor-based automatic lamp switch.
How to use RS485-based Modbus with a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and an RS485 HAT.
Learn how easy it is to control TI RSLK kit over internet and control different motions of robot using Android app.
This is a project to control our irritation system, in this case a drip system, using a Raspberry Pi 2 and Cayenne.
One outlet with temperature control for fan.
In this article you will learn how to program the Arduino witouth create programation lines. You will use only flowchart with Flowcode 7.
In this project I am going to guide you through connecting a relay with arduino and as an example blinking a bulb.