Build your own security system with motion detection.
Single player reaction light game that also tells the weather
Scrolling LED concept is used here to display different patterns to make the Valentine special.
Cast your own spells with a micro:bit magic wand!
In this tutorial, we'll make an HTTP request to openweathermap. org in order to get weather conditions of a specific city with Zerynth.
Make your own Arduino Uno at home as a standalone microcontroller board.
TM4C123GXL LED Color change sequential algorithm
Listen to a list of "10 steps to choose perfect microcontroller" which every designer should perform before making the choice.
This tutorial show how to create a machine learning model to predict diabetes in women, compile and run on Azure IoT Starter Kit.
A smart gadget for real time ECG monitoring. Data collected from the patient can be used to predict heart diseases.
In this tutorial, we'll see multithreading on microcontrollers in Python on Zerynth.
Ever wonder how your phone wakes up when you say "Hey Siri"?
A virtual two player arm wrestling game.
Leave your worries and let our innovative solution water your field automatically whenever the soil moisture content is low.
This is part 2 of the electronic Tic-Tac-Toe game described in previous post. Here I will propose an enclosure with large back-lit buttons.
ATmega328P standalone/minimal setup.
The Connected Koozie will send a message to Meshblu whenever a sip is detected from the tinyTILE's built in-accelerometer.
A digital scoreboard using the MAX32620FTHR and Infineon's 3D magnetic sensor along with the Grove LCD display.
A STEM interactive animated project for BBC micro:bit part of the Art-a-Tronic interactive art project.
A toy top based on an STM32F0 that uses an accelerometer to display POV animations on a line of LEDs as it spins!
SUOMI, by Roberto Falconi and Federico Guidi, is a software that guide users of a wellness center in the best possible journey using AWS IoT
Control an LED over the internet using RemoteMe web application.
Build your own DIY remote-controlled blimp for flying for sport or for commercial use.
A comprehensive ESP32 IoT platform in an Arduino layout.