Automated soil moisture management
Here's IoT project (Internet of Things) data monitor, without any Ethernet shield, ESP module or IoT board.
A night table with a weather station that displays the date and time.
This is using an ESP8266, the Pulse sensor and an OLED display, housed in a Recycled Air Freshener to display the trace of the heartbeat.
Ever been obsessed with monitoring the surrounding air quality?
This is a data acquisition box using a Raspberry Pi and a MCP3008 Analog to Digital chip.
A simple way to measure your temprature and humidity in your home.
Count the maximum number of Taps You can do in a minute
This demonstrates how to use your Arduino MKR1000 to connect to InitialState.com to produce colorful visualizations of your sensor data.
The Quad PWM component provides 4 8-bit PWM outputs using a single UDB. This is 2 times more than the current PSoC Creator PWM component.
Trying to get user feedback from your Alexa Skill and increase usage? Add DynamoDB to track usage data and get valuable insights.
The purpose of this project is to create an IoT device with Arduino which sends data to ThingSpeak overWiFi.
This project is a medical instrument developed for early detection of dental decay using the electrical impedance measurement method.
Make a trick-or-treat tracker with a fake pumpkin and a Raspberry Pi WH that lights up!
A Matrix Orbital EVE2 3.5" EVE2 TFT, a servo and an AMS Magnetic Sensor Dev kit to show an on-screen 270-degree gauge with 3D-printed knob.
An interesing Skill for Alexa running over a Raspberry Pi, this skill able to Alexa to tell you the total of subscribers to your YT Channel.
The purpose of this project is to two DS18B20 temperature sensors, with one outside and one inside.
Track and save your foot path.
How long were we released from the gravity of the Earth? This machine measures how many seconds we are zero gravity state.
Display Embedis keys on your Adafruit MQTT Dashboard! An arbitrary data set example MQTT Client.
This robot checks humidity, temperature, gas and flame sensor in its environment. Could be used in life saving.
Use Amazon Web Services to coordinate control of many (swarms) of $20 radio receivers, creating a giant virtual radio scanner and monitor.
API request system to know the time left to the next bus with ESP8266.
Turn your Arduino into a data-taking monster using only a small magnetometer, a toy train, and a magnet (or two).