A portable PM meter.
Imagine that your refrigerator contains inductive power to plug it smart widgets.
Logging telemetry from IoT sensors is a saturated rites of passage exercise after the obligatory Hello World exercise is complete.
Know when your clothes are dry
Monitor weather and security remotely with Blynk and the CC32000 LaunchPad!
Save time by knowing whether the Faculty is in his chamber or not.
With this system we are able to determine the presence of toxic gas in our environment. Remotely determine the gas level is also possible.
Reconfigurable structures that enhance occupants' social and physical experiences.
This is first edition project made using LinkIt One. The final outcome will be a portable device showing air quality on web.
This project uses a Raspberry Pi and BMP 180 sensor to record temperature, altitude, atmospheric pressure, and control a fan to manage heat.
IoT-433mhz - IoT System to control 433 MHz RC power sockets, PIR, Door Sensors and much more.
A device which collects data (environmental, soil and photosynthesis values) of plant(s) and then stores/analyze using a MKR1000 and Azure.
360° Ultrasonic Radar for DIY applications, with self written FlexIO driver.
Add Arduino and a Force Resistor Sensor to your next healthcare simulation project to detect the amount of pressure applied on a site!
How to set up the STM32 LoRa Discovery Kit, get data from a Multi-Sensor Board and send to The Things Network.
An Arduino based smoker controller.
How to connect multiple Atlas EZO sensors to a Raspberry PI.
Replicate a 3D environment in real-time!
Monitor the world's rivers and lakes through a collaborative cloud allowing you to monitor any body of water with a fleet of devices.
Use a Nano 33 IoT or a MKR WiFi 1010 to access a TI SensorTag to easily build a powerful BLE data logger.
Learn how to build an Art Deco style analog thermometer with Arduino.
An emotional little robot ^_^
Monitor a dumpster's status with flame, movement, and fill level sensors connected to a MKR NB 1500.
Sphero's BB-8 uses the Intel Edison and Amazon Web Services to communicate back to the rebel forces.