We use an Arduino to build an autonomous "follow me" cooler that connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and uses GPS to navigate.
A list of simple but interesting DIY arduino projects for beginners.
Visualize DHT22 sensor readings collected using Arduino Uno. Data is uploaded over MQTT using ESP8266 and visualized using Thingsboard.
It is an Arduino, Customised GRBL, CoreXY, Servo and Stepper based CNC Drawbot that is Open Source and Open Hardware. It can draw or .......
Control and monitor the home environment using Android app with advanced features such as voice command, scheduling, home preparing itself.
A touchless automatic motion sensor trash can.
WLAN configuration at runtime on the ESP8266/ESP32 web interface for Arduino.
Easily connect and control Raspberry Pi using Amazon Echo.
PLC IEC-61131-3 ladder programming >>> Modbus TCP/IP >>> PID tuning >>> HMI >>> Wiring diagram.
Traffic Light Information System that lets the driver know at which speed he needs to drive in order to pass the green light.
Measuring engine data with Arduino and retrieve/display it over LAN in a webpage with awesome configurable steelseries gauges .
Run Amazon alexa-avs-sample-app and Google Asisstant on a headless Raspberry Pi.
Combine RF and an Arduino to control electronics from your Android smartphone phone.
Christmas is near!
Files for laser cutting a foam Mjolnir that fits around a micro racing drone, and how to hack an RC transmitter for Arduino control!
Create a digital inventory of your trading/collectible cards using Lego and a Raspberry Pi.
A try to simulate the automation of modern manufacturing technologies specially the robotic arms that used in all fields of manufacturing.
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!
Get started subscribing and publishing messages, in MicroPython, using MQTT!
Growing vegetables and keeping fish - fully automatic!
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!
This project includes the design of a control system to control a three phase AC motor of a service elevator using an Arduino Mega 2560.
Try smart gardening at your home or office.