Connected conceptual parking lot using visual monitoring and edge computing.
Build your own video surveillance robot and control it through the Internet with iPhone.
Distracted driving is a killer we don't pay attention to until its to late. This device helps bring to light how distracted we really are.
Mount in front of your garage to help you park at teh exact right distance.
In this post, we take care of file management while also adding some enhancements in the process.
Use Pixy2 and Arduino to train your robot car to follow road signs!
This is an RC which can be controlled through any phone. I added solar panels to provide extra power to it.
Project using Arduino Micro and a CC1101 to receive and display the tyre pressures transmitted by a Toyota (Auris Hybrid).
Track ME is a "small" GPS, SD Card, and GSM Shield controlled by an Arduino Mega.
Call me and get my location.
Build a tiny Distance measurement logger by connecting Hexabitz IR module to Hexabitz Micro SD card module.
This project shows how you can build a car which can be controlled by your smartphone using an android application via Bluetooth.
Version 2 of my lane detection system!
Visualize car data with a free Blynk account, particle electron and Carloop.
Track local aircraft traffic in real-time.
Having problems with your car speedometer?! Just build a GPS-based one.
A simple lane detection system I had developed a while back.
Project using Arduino Micro and CC1101 to display the tyre pressures transmitted at 433MHz by Renault tyres (based on Toyota TPMS project).
How to make an Arduino 4WD RC Car with Joystick Controller (Arduino Uno | Joystick Shield | nRF24L01+PA+LNA).
Build a Semi-autonomous, 4WD Raspberry Pi Car with a camera stream!
This is the start of a new series where we learn how to build a dashcam using the Raspberry Pi Zero.
CAN bus hack for reading the battery diagnostics form an electric car.
Using OpenCV on Raspberry Pi, Check if somebody's in my parking spot! Use the power of the cloud to notify me.
Ever want to say thanks to the nice person who just let you in line? I have thought a lot about that, and here is my solution.
Use three HC-SR04 ultrasound sensors and two battery displays to show you how close the obstacles are and from which side.