Sonar aims to provide you insight into the foot traffic of retail or commercial environment using just wireless technologies and a RPI3.
Ever find yourself fumbling one-handed to read a notification on your phone, when all you need is a simple display? This project for you!
Plume is Localization Using Magnetic Emitters.
Arduino 101 rover project using Mecanum wheels and Blynk.
Multi-purpose autonomous located wireless message storage devices.
A quick and simple app using Hexiwear to introduce how to make apps using web bluetooth for Blueapp & Avnet Things.
Model train remote-controlled through Bluetooth Low Energy
We build a smart gateway can work with many smart devices from the famous brands.
We made few upgrades to our previus project. Now, we can move the robot arms using two T-Skin.
A device that prevents caretakers from leaving loved ones in unattended vehicles, which can possibly be unsafe due to the environment.
Use ESP32 with an industrial grade sensor as BLE server
The new way hunting for easter eggs ... have fun!
Low cost and noninvasive medical patch that continuously monitors temperature and sends alerts to phone when temperature reaches set limit.
We used The Tactigon as gesture controller to skip tracks, pause, play and stop a playlist on a Raspberry Pi 3 using Bluetooth Low Energy.
Personalized driving experience on shared rides
Simblee BLE + Arduino Micro = FUN :-)
An ESP32-based, non-invasive contact tracing device using BLE.
My system rely on community data collection. Each user has a smog / air quality monitoring system and share collected data via Bluetooth.
A headless project needs to get its IP, send results to the cloud for analysis on a phone. It also needs a way to update the software.
Please-open.It gives you an open source solution to build your own access control system.
Low-cost whole-cell biosensors for environmental and medical surveillance.
Stuck at home in lockdown and needed a way to connect my old bicycle and old indoor trainer to my fitness watch / phone via bluetooth.
Blueapp that interfaces with Hexiwear
How to build a hammer strength test with Arduino, NeoPixels and The Tactigon Skin (T-Skin). Fun example to use accelerometer and Bluetooth.