Hi guys, this is me Rohan Barnwal in this project I teach you how you can create a device which help us in stop spreading of Corona Virus
The PDDU uses HCSR04 sonar sensor to measure distance and print it on an 16:2 lcd screen. Using a battery makes the device portable.
This project will help a person to maintain a minimum distance of 1 metre from another person to avoid further spread of COVID-19 virus.
Take input from a 16-key keypad and send it to the IDE's built-in Serial Monitor.
Max out the analog input channels with six 10kΩ potentiometers.
You will learn how to connect your Arduino device to KAA platfom
Keep that bad virus away from your safe zone. Build your own real-time thermal vision device to detect unwanted visitors at your door.
LCD Screens and the Arduino Uno
A Survey on Pollution Monitoring Using Sensor Networks
Rainfall Measured Using Arduino
A simple project to make a GPS log station with data speed, max speed, distance trip and altitude. data are write on SD card
Super easy project using an arduino uno to detect speed of various moving objects with the help of a pair of IR sensors and get the speed.
Collecting large data sets is key to applied data science. Use the techniques in this project to collect data on your BBC micro:bit.
This project makes use of the preciseness of a laser beam, just one IR sensor and that good old arduino board to measure the RPM of motors.
Arduino learned how to tell the temperature
This is an easy way to do real-time monitoring with the DHT22/DHT11.
Easy Arduino dice project, great for beginners learning how to create homemade functions.
Connect the Arduino MKR ENV shield with a Raspberry Pi and use the shield under Python.
Android app to control Arduino's inputs outputs
Arduino Uno or Nano 6 MHz Frequency Counter with LCD. As accurate as the crystal.
Online Dashboard for authorities to watch COVID patient movements & mobile apps to give audio alert warning cue if a COVID patient is nearby
VB6 app to connect Arduino Uno ports to Windows PC
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