Programable tessellation units.
Studies have shown that CO2 can impair your cognitive abilities. Create awareness of indoor CO2 levels with this fun project.
The development of reconfigurable structures that enhance occupants' social and physical experiences of the built environment.
To prevent energy loss in larger buildings, we created aLUXander: an assistant to keep track of unnecessary artificial lighting.
Using an Arduino, light detecting resistors, and RGB LEDs, I made a fun to use, miniature spectrometer.
With this project, we will be able to water our plant automatically and monitor it from our smartphone.
This project basically functions by using an ultrasonic sensor, the Arduino and the Processing app.
This is a project addendum to a larger project called "Scalable Intelligent Air Quality Monitoring and Response"
They claim umbrellas own the ability to prevent from UV. We would like to know the fact and measure the UV value under umbrellas.
It displays time/date, temp in C & F, heat index, dew point, dew/fog, frost warning, humidity, air pressure, delta-t, analog clock and more.
Ping me to water my basil plant when the soil moisture gets too low.
Programmable modular tessellations reactive to environmental conditions.
In this project I created a pretty simple digital level using a LCD screen and a gyro sensor.
Ceri could provide reliable real-time data to the processor to monitor the drying stage of coffee beans.
Control the parameters of temperature, humidity, lighting and check the access to the crop to automate the process.
Thinger.io ClimaStick V2-based meteorological station with a 3D-printed housing and solar panel.
TMP006 IR Temperature Sensor Project
Using the Temperature Sensor from Adafruit.
Communicating sound using LED Lights.
This product is designed to monitoring the quality of air continuously for COPD patient.
An Arduino radar system using an ultrasonic sensor.
A night table with a weather station that displays the date and time.
This is a Photon project that collects the pH levels as well as the water's temperature in a given area.
This would turn on the table fan (or a dc fan in my case) if some one enters the room and also notify me via email.