This is a vintage VFD tube clock that uses Ethernet for both power and data.
Hugo just turned one, and to celebrate we bought him a Duktig kitchen from IKEA. I added a working microwave.
This project is based on Anthony Russell's (a.k.a. BADFEED) Tiny Tetris; I just changed its OLED 12C configuration and added a joystick.
A fun, colourful RGB LED matrix with a twist!
A tattoo artist friend of mine and I were discussing some of the limitations of current tattoo power supplies. I custom built her one.
A line follower bot which can detect gas leaks and high temperature in a typical household and raise an alarm.
Current sprinkler systems leave much to be desired, so we've designed a sprinkler system that works smarter and saves water!
Team 2: Junior Design Project Fall 2017 is presented here.
120 kW Quad Inverter developed by the UW-Madison Formula SAE Electric Team.
A robot that learns to move towards the nearest obstacle and maintain a minimum distance using deep reinforcement learning on an ESP32.
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.
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!
First Zerynth project on NodeMCU.
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.
Design and program the STM32 mircontroller to correctly parse the inputs from a keypad through USB and bluetooth modules (HC-05) to PC.
A curated list of awesome Azure Internet of Things projects and resources.
Simple fan controller with single LED temperature status light using an ATtiny85 microcontroller and DS18B20 temperature sensor.
"Magic wand" gesture recognition by running CNN on Arduino.
TM4C123GXL Interfacing LED.