Anitrack is an autonomous system that can track an animal's position, measure its temperature, its heart rate and its movements.
A series on the 8051 microcontroller that can be used in Teachings. Pedagogy resources that could be used for teaching 6-16 year old kids.
Cast your own spells with a micro:bit magic wand!
Ever wonder how your phone wakes up when you say "Hey Siri"?
Quickly adding a spooky eye to your project with a M5Stick-C and an acrylic half sphere lens.
ATmega328P standalone/minimal setup.
Control the motion of robot by your mobile, Using TI RSLK kit, MSP432 microcontroller and POLOLU board for power distributon.
Test the mini-pan-tilt camera mount quickly with the 5 volt, 16MHz Arduino Pro Mini.
Taking up the "IoT Ambient Light: Zerynth Lamp" project, making it compatible with the latest version of Zerynth and updating FW and SW.
A comprehensive ESP32 IoT platform in an Arduino layout.
Is the Raspberry Pi 4 powerful enough to judge Reddit? This project is all about answering the important questions.
Check who's snooping in your room when you're gone!
Providing office owners and users with information about comfortability of their workplace.
This is a simple project to control a mini camera mount with your phone over WiFi.
This is a little demo with Seeeduino XIAO - Arduino microcontroller. The demo uses 4 modules. 2 sensors, 1 switch, and 1 OLED display.
An open source solution to social distancing that uses inexpensive parts and uncomplicated code.
An open-source, C++ coded, synchronous tonewheel organ synthesizer for the STM32F4 Discovery Board.
Learn how to connect a Snap Circuits LED to the snap:bit and control it with the micro:bit.
Print this device to evaluate a 3D Hall effect sensor in an angle + depth setup.
A simple clock made by using an STM32F446RE and a 7-segment display.
MCP23017 BoB with DIN rail mounting and proper wire to board connectors and indicator LEDs.
Get started developing with the PIC-BLE and AVR-BLE development boards.
You'll learn how to build your Active Low Pass Filter RC applied in Projects with Arduino
A motion-activated raffle device that can draw numbers or names. Users can specify the range of numbers or the list of names through WiFi.