It is a device that measures CO2 levels, inside and outside temperatures, and humidity.
Arduino learned how to tell the temperature
A portable distance alarm that will give light and sound warning when people get into your one meter circle.
After many failed attempts, find the way to connect my 128X64 screen with my Arduino 101, and make a mini tutorial for all users to use.
It measures the distance between you and the place where you point it to. Hope you'll enjoy it!
Alerting the gardener by playing the buzzer when the light intensity on the plants change suddenly.
Sensing node for home automation.
This product is designed to monitoring the quality of air continuously for COPD patient.
A bare minimum framework simulating a siren functioning.
Use a Nano 33 IoT or a MKR WiFi 1010 to access a TI SensorTag to easily build a powerful BLE data logger.
Add sensors in a beehive to follow bees life.
In order to avoid bacterial and virus transmission when using public dispenser, I made the simplest automatic non-contact switch on Arduino.
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.
Robotic Arm based on Arduino Uno built in a LEGO structure which can be controlled by remote control or through ultrasonic sensor.
There are many commercial home weather stations but most don't have a data logging ability - this is my first stab at making one.
The Gigabits IoT Platform easily connects WiFi-enabled projects to the cloud. This project shows how with an MKR1000 as an example.
We solve a spark sound recognition task from raw audio data on a SparkFun RedBoard Artemis ATP board. Spark detection on a SparkFun!
... or in other words: LDR Photoresistor on a breakout board
Use Arduino Uno WiFi to access your home Ecobee thermostat and more, this is a good introduction to see APIs in action using OAuth keys.
This project will use KY-026 sensor to see if there is a flame and print it in the Serial moniter
Is there an instant in which you want time to go backwards? Look closely at the water droplet. Is it dripping down or going up?
This project can detect gas leaks, fire and smoke and when powered by a nine volt adapter can act as a gas leak detector for kitchens.
This is a simple and fun project with pocket friendly budget.
A self-calibrating, solar-powered cellular tide level and meteorological station based on the Sentient Things IoT Node.