A smartphone controlled robotic car with an arm on it with complete project report,code and circuit diagram.which can pick up to 9 gram.
Build a mini smartphone controlled car with Arduino or Raspberry Pi, which can be used for surveillance and intelligence gathering.
Use this homemade Arduino project to pick and place objects using a servo motor.
A robot which is controlled by an HC-05 module and receives commands using a Bluetooth terminal app.
We present you the radar we created in the MicroLab lab. This radar uses 2 ultrasonic sensors and 1 motor moving continuously 360 degrees.
A smartwatch with fall and location detection, reminders and more, designed to help you or your loved one with Alzheimer's!
A walkthrough covering all the aspects and features to do with the LED module itself with its compatible software on a paired mobile device.
Remote temperature monitor using a Bluetooth module and an NTC thermistor. An Android app made with App Inventor is used to read data.
I made this RC car with an Arduino Uno, which I control via an HC-05 Bluetooth module. The project is now in its initial state.
A wireless IR communication that can be used for controlling the robot and even the home appliances through a single TV remote.
This project includes hardware which will measure blood pressure, heart rate, ECG & temperature, and send to Android application & Firebase.
Example to use the Adafruit's nRF8001 Breakout and iShield.
Replace all your IR remotes control with an Arduino.
The Arduino Bluetooth Relay 8 Channels App supports controlling an 8-channel relay module via Bluetooth (HC-05, HC-06, HC-07 ect.) modules.
I created a device that can be mounted onto the dormitory thermostats on John Brown University's campus. It is controlled by a mobile app.
An Android app-controlled, Arduino-based kit that receives and analyzes humidity and temperature data.
It is fun to stare at the dancing lights and a great way to visualize music!
This is the management system that we can use in our school store.
Bluetooth and Android-based call indicator with panic switch for calling a preset number.
A project that will bring better life for SSHS's guardians!
Learn the basics of using BLE with Arduino using this easy example code step by step.
Wirelessly controlled vehicle; built on from last week's project.
Implements a wireless controller that takes signals from sensors and translates them into MIDI to control a software synthesizer.
It's a 3-wheel car using Arduino, L293D and Bluetooth module which is controlled by Android phones.