A mobile radar unit that scans an area and displays a message to people who are too close.
Working from home? Build a web-controlled LED tower to announce to others when you don't want to be disturbed.
For those of use fortunate enough to be able to work from home, this device will hopefully help!
Running out of ports on your Meadow? Learn how to use a 74HC595 IO Expander to connect more things using Meadow.Foundation.
Set up the MATRIX Voice ESP32 to be recognized as a configurable WebThing on the Mozilla IoT Gateway with LED andd GPIO control.
Give your tree some geek cred and build your PCB skills with this Shimmering Snowflake PCB Ornament.
Create and connect to a Jupyter Notebook server on your Raspberry Pi to control your MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator!
Try Meadow. Foundation, a powerful platform to build connected things quickly and easily with Meadow F7 Micro.
Setting up a local, voice-controlled smart home solution for controlling a Philips Hue lamp without need for internet? Yes, it's possible.
Construct a 20 x 15 LED matrix to display cool graphics and text while allowing for future upgrades.
Exploring the simplicity of the 555 timer through a simple astable mode circuit to make an LED flash.
STING helps ensure plants in a greenhouse that need a certain level of light for growth 24/7 to get all the light they need!
Using Teensy (small Arduino) to power NeoPixels off of an electric skateboard battery.
The Xilinx Pynq framework enables us to use Python and Jupyter notebooks with FPGA designs.
A peacock-feather-inspired earring, based on an RGB LED. Made from plain copper electrical wire, and no solder!
An Art Deco-style freeform circuit that you can wear in your ear-ports!
Use only 3 wires to control an infinite number of 7-segment single digit displays!
I connected my Christmas decoration to Twitter by polling tweets that contain #Christmas and flickering an LED based on a tweet count.
Running out of ports on your Netduino? Learn how to use a 74HC595 IO Expander to connect more things using Netduino. Foundation.
I tried the DFRobot micro:bit Circular RGB LED Expansion Board.
An ATtiny-based tiny USB lamp that can be turned on/off by knocking, clapping, blowing, finger snapping and shouting.
Set up your MATRIX device with Snips.ai to have a voice-controlled arc reactor that pulses on command.
Just in time for Halloween, here's a project that's an electrified ode to the classic carved squash.
Pumkin with smart LED strip, PIR motion detector and servo motor to scare even more people. It's wireless and easy to control with Node-RED.