In this article, you will learn how to use the world's smallest Arduino to communicate with the Nokia 5110 LCD.
Always wanted to get good at the snake game? Now you can carry the game anywhere with you on your micro:bit!
One the most important feature of portable electronics should be long battery life. We can reduce the current drawn by several ways.
Tutorial on object detection with Kendryte K210 and raccoons!
A robot that learns to move towards the nearest obstacle and maintain a minimum distance using deep reinforcement learning on an ESP32.
Library to use I2C PCF8575 IC with Arduino and ESP8266. This IC can control until 16 digital devices like button or LED with only two pins.
By the end of this article, you will know how to make two micro:bits communicate with each other.
An infinity mirror with an RGB LED strip that can change its color using Infineon's 3D magnetic sensor knob connected to an Arduino MKR1000.
The PixyCam is a useful sensor that can detect various colors which can make it a great addition to Texas Instruments MSP432 MCU.
Today, I am going to show you how to make your Micro:bit talk using a very easy programming language called MicroPython.
Connecting the TI CC3200 LaunchPad to WolkAbout IoT Platform.
Cool robot that can follow a black line and stop before objects!
Garage doors are very heavy and our smart system enables user to control the door via mobile phone app, saving energy and time.
Use an ISP programmer and Atmel Studio to flash a blink program to an ATtiny13A, which has just 64 bytes of memory!
A heart rate counter using the Cypress Analog Coprocessor Pioneer kit.
Impress your friends with this amazing Alexa controlled fogger using a Particle Photon, a vape device, and 3D printed parts.
Shuts down 3D printer shortly after a print completes.
You'll learn how to create a system to monitoring the soil moisture level of the plant and inform at the users to irrigate the plant.
Measurement of wind speed using a anemometer (DC motor with blades) with the help of NodeMCU and interfacing it with the cloud (ThingSpeak).
RoboARM allows a user to move objects using an old analog joystick and record, store, and ultimately repeat routines.
It creates a mood!
The project is made using TI-RSLK. The robot is being controlled by the user's voice with the help of the Google Assistant.
This tutorial illustrates the use of Python/C hybrid programming environment in Zerynth Studio.
Register your AVR-IoT WG development board on Google Cloud and start viewing the temperature and light data stream.