In this lesson you will learn how to control the state of a GPIO on the ESP32.
Turn the LED from Snap Circuits into a Morse code beacon with the help of the BBC micro:bit.
I learned how to use 'if', 'digitalRead', 'analogread' and I used this to create the code that control the LED.
Learn how to use the PWM feature of the ESP32 and make an LED gradually turn on and off.
An Android App that controls the LED at predefined time..... And predicts the cost for using it at predefined time for 30 days....
An easy to build 5V wireless glowing ball lamp.
This sensor is used to monitor fire at home or in a workplace, and beeps the buzzer whenever fire is detected.
In this project, you'll learn how to construct your own PCB Car Arduino Module to learn about the control of robots.
To help the visually impaired with Intruder Detector and alert messaging system with the help of Bolt-IoT, Arduino & Ultrasonic sensor
May 5th Revenge of the Sith light-up PCB and laser cut acrylic necklace.
Subtle use of Bolt IoT Platform and IFTTT Applet to control LEDs using Google Assistant based on Temperature alert.
Display your Pop figures in style with some custom 3D printed parts and pretty NeoPixels.
An ESP8266 based driver board to control WS2812b Individually Addresable RGB LEDs
A inexpensive colorimeter to check for pH, concentration and turbidity of urine.
A Bongilcheon High School Innovation Lab project in which an RGB LED slowly brightens up and darkens.
Since the day I watched #Titanic I was wondering will I be able to see, use Morse Transmitter, thanks to IoT and BOLT I made one!
It's a pair of mood light-ish eyes which can change color according to sensor value or battery status of setup.
Providing comfort and convenience at the cost of our future.
The software behind this toy is a motivating case for the students with enough real-time and synchronisation requirements to make it tricky.
This coaster design not only protects your wooden table from water damage, but lights up when a filled cup sits on it!
Go from a blank SD card to wireless control of the GPIO pins on the RPI z w using Node-RED. No Python code or cloud service needed.
To control LEDs using internet from anywhere, anytime!
I used a potentiometer to adjust the brightness of the led.