LEDs are programmed to display how bright a room is through the use of a photo resistor
With a simple radio receiver in one hand and a Raspberry Pi in the other, we show you how to download all the flight data you'll ever need!
Create an accurate, tiny data logger to track the altitude of various objects... like a model rocket!
An extension of the base security camera system, this add on covers how to store and view photos using Azure storage and a hosted website.
Provocation 1: Counter Culture
In this DIY guide I will show you how to make your own wireless weather station.
Landing is the most critical phase of any flight. To keep students from developing bad habits, we need a tracker to capture flight profile.
Arduino and Python-based project that will help us read the sensor values and plot it on MATLAB.
View current weather data by using the OpenWeatherMap API along with the new Raspberry Pi 4.
Its is radar made by using ultrasonic sensor.
A simple, low-cost flex and pressure sensor!
This project shows how to use MATLAB and Arduino to acquire and fix data from a bundle of DHT22 sensors, live plot, and export the results.
We use the Intel Edison to record bird vocalizations and pass them to a predictive model to identify four bird species from the recordings.
A self-made (cheap) water level sensor and water level indicator to measure 5 water levels in a reservoir tank.
Tracking vendor sales so that effectively manage what inventory needs to buy before it gets out of stock & getting snacks using RFID.
If you're fed up of storage devices occupying my USB ports, just put on your Maker cap and build this project.
Use the Azure Sphere Starter Kit and two click boards to monitor current weather conditions and send the data to the Azure Cloud.
In this article, we are going to make an Arduino weather clock which will tell us the time, date and temperature.
Analyze the responses of a bandpass Butterworth and Chebyshev1 filter deployed to an Arduino Nano from the Wolfram Language.
Have you ever wanted to measure the speed of air coming out of your vents at home? Well then we have the perfect project for you.
Record your exertions on the Borg scale.
Our project is a black box - OPD-Pi using Raspberry Pi.
This project lets you measure the impact of green roofs and walls on city climate during hot summer days. It uses Raspberry Pi and Node-RED.
Visualize car data with a free Blynk account, particle electron and Carloop.