Using this design and Autodesk Remake, you have a 3D scanner for under $30.
Generates maps based on distance between itself and obstacles autonomously and provides visual feedback.
Connect a basic sensor station to Arduino Cloud and visualize real time data.
Standalone Arduino 6-channel triggered oscilloscope with optional freeze frame.
An Arduino Uno autopilot drone with multiple sensors and a wireless camera controlled by two microcontrollers.
Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet.
Use a fleet of devices to monitor the soil in an agricultural field or greenhouse, and visualize the data remotely.
Building your own portable weather station and analyzing weather data in the cloud.
A small device that will help you sorting resistors without wasting time with their color code.
Full Fledged Attendance system which will prompt a free message on user mobile when his attendance will be marked using RFID Tag.
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.
Pi-based dashboard for a business. An Arduino controller allows switching dashboards and disabling the screen saver when actively viewed.
This device measures fine dust and NO2 concentration in the air while on the move and adds GPS coordinates to each measurement location.
Smart cloud-based vehicle OBD-II diagnostics logging and analysis using Azure IoTHub, Stream Analytics, and Machine Learning.
Use the Particle Electron to get a project online in 15 minutes
Use the Dark Sky API to build a local weather dashboard.
Radio emissions from sky sources like Sun and Jupiter can be received and converted to digital domain for processing.
Read temperature and humidity values in a remote location and store the data in an SD card.
The easiest way: install Parallax then upload the Arduino code.
Use NFC stickers to track electronic components with the use of a Particle Photon and a database back-end, along with a webpage interface.
Use the program to manage your ESP module with simple commands. This will allow you to access the Internet for any Arduino product.
Our project is a black box - OPD-Pi using Raspberry Pi.
Read Temperature and Humidity with a £45 Windows 10 Computer and send data to ThingSpeak via Microsoft Visual Studio 2015.
A complete DIY weather station that submits its data to the "THINGSPEAK" website, where it can be viewed from any browser.