Version 2 of my lane detection system!
A window that tints itself according to how much light is incident upon it. You can also control the window with an iOS application!
A simple lane detection system I had developed a while back.
Android board computer for vehicles using UDOO
ObdiiUartMkrShield is a socket board for Arduino MKR board to talk with vehicles through ODB-II interface.
Build your own small autonomous car with Android Things.
This project aims at controlling a car through a trajectory traced by the user on a screen running windows or android
Who said autonomous driving was only for the premium car manufacturers? SonicDisc enables you to autonomously park like a pro for $10.
TiWo, keepin' it cool
Use Hologram's cellular network to monitor a fleet of vehicles using OBDII, Raspberry Pi, GPS, and GSM.
Having problems with your car speedometer?! Just build a GPS-based one.
To extend our V2X ecosystem we are constantly adding entities. This time we added a truly crucial component: EV charging.
Curious about autonomous driving, AI and neural networks? Build your own autonomous driving car and get your hands on these topics!
Remember Smartcar, the easy to use vehicle platform for your hobby-grade projects? It received an upgrade with ESP32 and custom chassis!
As newer driving and safety features are added to modern vehicles, older cars are left in the dust. Not anymore!
Make a cool speedometer for bikes or any automotive by using Arduino, Bluetooth, and an Android Application.
Use a smart battery charger on up to 6 batteries - wave your hand to turn display on and check charging.
Securily connect your car to the Web with a MediaTek Linkit One to share location, record vital statistics and help fight air pollution.
This post gives a general introduction of how to use deep neural network to build a self driving RC car.
Want to track your child's driving habits? Want to alert them as to their speed or excessive speed? Sony's Spresense can support you!
Record IMU and GPS data from your motorcycle with Arduino and the RideData.net Android App! Recording gravity data has never been so fun!
Here is a very nice use of a sonar sensor and LCD - a parking sensor that can actually be useful.
A Digistump-based LED strip that calculates what RPM corresponds to each gear to aid in heel-toe downshifting and rev-matching. Budget: $20
How to transmit and receive high speed CAN or CAN FD messages using Raspberry Pi.