Using this design and Autodesk Remake, you have a 3D scanner for under $30.
Building your own portable weather station and analyzing weather data in the cloud.
Use a fleet of devices to monitor the soil in an agricultural field or greenhouse, and visualize the data remotely.
Collect info about things in the field, show the locations on a map, and perform spatial analysis. Use Azure IoT Hub to manage the data.
Read Temperature and Humidity with a £45 Windows 10 Computer and send data to ThingSpeak via Microsoft Visual Studio 2015.
Send temperature and humidity data from an Arduino MKR1000 to Microsoft Azure.
A self-made (cheap) water level sensor and water level indicator to measure 5 water levels in a reservoir tank.
Monitor temperature from LinkIt, communicate it to node.js server over MQTT, then finally log it into a MongoDB database.
Many publications exist about moisture sensors for applications, e.g. plant watering systems. Making a DIY Sensor is fun and cost-saving.
Log your Energy Meter data using a Raspberry Pi and plot graphs of your energy consumption.
In this article, we are going to make an Arduino weather clock which will tell us the time, date and temperature.
A small device that will help you sorting resistors without wasting time with their color code.
How I built an Arduino energy monitor and data logger to collect energy data for different loads and plotted that data using Excel.
Create a single channel LoRa gateway and node to connect to The Things Network using a Heltec Wifi LoRa v2 (ESP32-SX1276).
I'm building working model of differential pressure airflow measure device with analog sensor, instrumentation amplifier and Arduino.
Need to organize your coins? Get some help with this project.
Arduino calculator using 4*4 calculator.
Understanding how people move leads to better infrastructure and services. This device will gather data to make more informed decisions.
Visualize car data with a free Blynk account, particle electron and Carloop.
Instead of having to look up weather online, why not just look at your Arduino? Well with this project now you can by using an LCD and LED!
IoT device to remotely monitor pressure (0-150 psi) using cellular data. Get notifications for pressures above/below high/low set-points.
Its a Scientific Calculator (4 decimal accuracy) with functions like +, -, *, %, Sin, Cos, Tan, arcSin, arcCos, aTan, log made using evive.
Using two Linkit devices to monitor/track and notify movements and clicks within your home on a centralized router
An IoT device that could help keep the Sandy River Delta clean, as garbage is a very common problem.