ATM is an Arduino based split flap display which aims to give users a satisfying tarot card reading experience.
A system that can be used by anyone who drives a car. It allows them to park properly without causing any damage to their vehicle
Use this super tiara to boost alertness and shift your circadian rhythms – without chemicals! Updated for the AARP Hacking Menopause contest
Simple and low-cost DIY modular toys for STEM education.
Mini gesture MIDI controller that hides in the palm of your hand for manipulating musical and interactive light.
Remote control bean powered car driven with an iPhone running the Handy BLE app.
Binary Clock using LED Matrix module (8x8) and presenting many features: time, date, day of week, week of year and also the Moon phase!
A tiny ESP32 board powered by a coin cell.
Recreate your favorite night lights from the Rainbow Building with rainbow vibe lights.
Use your android smartphone to open and close your garage door reliably (Under Development)
Use your Smartphone to turn power on/off.
A 3D-printed snowflake made with Arduino Uno. Has 91 addressable RGB LEDs.
Create a comforting beacon of hope in this trying time. Cause an RGB LED to cycle through all hues.
An IoT solution to hack drifting. Gameification built around proximity sensors. Leaderboards by location. Drift into the Future!
HUE is a fading RGB LED that cycles through colors in order to meet your aesthetic needs for dorm rooms, parties, and more!
Arduino, NeoPixels, Firmata, and a Windows Phone (picked one up for $30 bucks) to control lighting.
Ever wonder how bright the room is? Can you really believe in your eyes? Light Detector Test, bringing truth to the hellish facade of life
Magic wand to paint with color light based on temperature.
Using 60 LED's facing a suitable wall, the time is projected in colour.
A pair of glasses that guide you to lucid dreaming, day and night.
Wi-fi enabled word clock. 130 characters with 130 NeoPixels!
A fully immersive simulator in which a team of you and your friends can play Cooperative Simulators Such as Artemis, Quintet etc.
Ultimate Wireless RFID with Wireless connections
Phillips made what is called Ambilight, a backlight that responds to what is on screen, but we made it bigger.