I MADE A coronavirus sensor say that there was a person there behind the sensor or they were holding it once the first red light goes on.
So Basically it is a device which helps us to know the height of the person and this is one of the best projects of my life !!!!!!!
Display any picture or text on a 32x64 LED panel with just an Arduino Nano!
In this tutorial, I will show you how to interface RFID-RC522 with Raspberry Pi4 with some simple step
let's build a contactless dispenser without using microcontroller
Clap twice to turn on and off a bright LED.
A desktop tetris game using 135 WS2812B RGB LEDs and played with a Wii Nunchuck controller.
An open source solution to social distancing that uses inexpensive parts and uncomplicated code.
A micro game with LED matrix where the pixels used for the entire game are about those of a single sprite of the original invader.
Use a 64x64 LED matrix, along with a couple of encoders and a button, to play Connect Four against an opponent in real-time.
Just a tutorial on how to program Attiny84 (SMD Version) with Arduino as ICSP.
LAN Bottle server that handles HTTP requests using Raspberry Pi 4, Adafruit DHT11 and a RGB LED.
Two player 4 by 4 Tic Tac Toe Game using Arduino Uno.
ATM is an Arduino based split flap display which aims to give users a satisfying tarot card reading experience.
Interesting and Easy latest projects during COVID-19. A Must Watch!
Predict faults in electrical equipment using Internet of Things and Machine Learning.
What if your lights worked automatically without you even bothering about them? As an added bonus you can detect light anomalies.
This project uses minimal electronic parts to collect environment data regarding temperature and displaying it on a web server.
Easily play animations on one or more RGB LED matrix panels using a simple web-based UI with integrated pixel editor. No coding needed!
Afraid of darkness. Here, is a way to get out of it. Go further..........to look into the project.
Real-time pixels to LED display.
Are you playing ludo in this quarantine? If you are. I have created a binary dice for you. You just need an Arduino and a few components.
An interactive art project based out of LED matrix & acrylic rods.
You will learn how to make your own IoT scoreboard using a NodeMCU.