This is a simple and fun project with pocket friendly budget.
Learn how to use Arduino IoT Cloud and Amazon Alexa to interact with your sensors.
A solar-powered IoT device for monitoring sound level, air quality, humidity, and temperature.
Replicate a 3D environment in real-time!
A solar-powered temperature and humidity monitoring system for compost.
Senso is a device that detects deforestation using sound analysis detecting machines used to cut down trees and warning the authorities.
View current weather data by using the OpenWeatherMap API along with the new Raspberry Pi 4.
A simple to build, but very sensitive electromagnetic field detector.
Use the Azure Sphere Starter Kit and two click boards to monitor current weather conditions and send the data to the Azure Cloud.
How to make a benchtop pH meter with an Arduino Uno and the Gravity analog pH sensor from Atlas Scientific.
A low-cost IoT air quality monitor based on a Raspberry Pi 4.
Measure the dew point and humidity with an Arduino-based Chilled Mirror Hygrometer.
Experiment with the plants and choose what's best for your plants. Keep track of plant growth. Real-time crop rates and emergency alerts.
A self-calibrating, solar-powered cellular tide level and meteorological station based on the Sentient Things IoT Node.
In this project, I create a sound location finder. This circuit can be used as the basic building block to a robot that reacts to sound.
In order to avoid bacterial and virus transmission when using public dispenser, I made the simplest automatic non-contact switch on Arduino.
A quick and easy guide for making your own carbon-dioxide sensor unit to measure the percentage of carbon dioxide gas.
Use a Nano 33 IoT or a MKR WiFi 1010 to access a TI SensorTag to easily build a powerful BLE data logger.
Use a DHT22 sensor with Arduino to acquire room relative humidity, temperature, humidex. Show values on display. Log data with MATLAB.
A portable distance alarm that will give light and sound warning when people get into your one meter circle.
Expand your board's storage with an I2C-enabled EEPROM chip.
A simple low cost tool to get analog/digital value of your Grove sensor in seconds, no PC and coding required, quick and straight.
The objective is to find an easy way to implement RS485 on an Arduino Uno, then to adapt it to an ESP8266.
Run Home Assistant using balena on a Raspberry Pi to create a beautiful dashboard with data from indoor air quality sensors.