How to define an ASIC in minutes!
I created this PCB badge after having a brain surgery to remember it and celebrate that everything went fine!
Team 2: Junior Design Project Fall 2017 is presented here.
A robot that learns to move towards the nearest obstacle and maintain a minimum distance using deep reinforcement learning on an ESP32.
It creates a mood!
Activate a 360° lithophane with a secret key, and pick from a few light modes.
Using a Texas Instruments MSP430G2553 and a few RC servos, this project dispenses water automatically once per day to water plants.
This project automatically unrolls toilet paper to allow the user a much more relaxing and care free time on the throne.
Simple fan controller with single LED temperature status light using an ATtiny85 microcontroller and DS18B20 temperature sensor.
An I2C device that uses common anode 7-segment displays.
Count visitors in a place and publish on Losant dashboard.
So, every time a make a project, it ends up looking like a plutonium based device. And this is one of them.
A classic arcade game built using two TI microcontrollers.
See the water level at a glance with an LED strip that displays the tide's actual height 1 to 1 on your wall.
Arduino on ESP8266 NODEMCU reading 2 DS18B20's. One probe measures surface temp and one for ambient. Controlling relays for UTH & heat lamp.
Log data to an online server (ThingSpeak.com) with a TIVA-C (TMC4123GXL) microcontroller, an ESP8266, and a TSL2591.
A monitoring system that records temperature and motion of a baby while sleeping. Notifications sent to phone and secondary photon.
System accepts a bundle of currency notes, recognizes denominations, sorts it into bins & displays the total amount using MATLAB and PIC16F.
A rubber band shooter that sits on top of a pan-tilt stage with computer vision abilities.
An engineering school project.
Development of a low-cost open-source power measurement sensor system based on Arduino architecture.
Motion, sound, and light interactive LED sculpture presenting the illusion of a bucket half full of glowing flowing liquid.
Simon Says - an icon of the '70s - realised as a small electronic game with a Cortex-M0 microcontroller.
A non-invasive device to find your friends by indicating how close you are to them. Best Project Award Digi-Key Award Altium award.