A Pynq platform demonstrator. Built around Pynq-Z2 board.
Sony's new Spresense boards offer exciting new capabilities - and Zerynth Studio makes it easier than ever to program them!
Two-factor authentication with a Riverdi IoT Display module and EasyVR 3 Plus voice recognition system.
This is a Cheering Watch using M5StickC and M5StickV. Estimate what action you are taking from this device acceleration and cheer up!!
A simple robot that can hear you and talk to you!
Keep your Pi cool by having it turn on a fan whenever it gets hot.
Use Mu editor for pyserial and other cool stuff!
Mobile IP camera in a shape of tank robot, controlled with web UI over WiFi.
If you already had cats visiting your garden then you understand my motivation for this project. What about using computer vision to help?
This project uses Alexa to command a LEGO plotter to do things such as drawings, writing out your shopping list, taking a memo, or maps.
Watch your homebrew fermentation from anywhere and get a text when it's ready using the Tilt Hydrometer, Raspberry Pi, and Initial State.
A device similar to a medical alert button that can be use anywhere where cellular service is available.
A Python script that logs measurements from an Enviro pHAT into a Google Docs sheet.
Did you ever want to know if you were moving while you slept?
Control smart home elements by casting spells with a Harry Potter wand.
Control just about anything using Python and MQTT. Starting with an industrial light tower and ending with locking a Windows desktop.
Uses the Pimoroni enviro pHAT to log specific values to an O365 Excel worksheet.
Let's take the first steps in programming together and teach him to perform basic commands such as: stand, sit, lie, bark and sentry.
This project is a Temperature sensor which sends alerts to the phone via sms and an email when the measured temperature exceeds set limits.
We created a GUI using Python tkinter which have buttons to turn on and turn off the LEDs. There is a scale to set the brightness of LED.
The Ghost Frame displays images of people (and cats) that don’t exist using the Adafruit PyPortal and CircuitPython.
This IoT implementation outfits 18th century machinery with 21st century control/monitoring mechanisms and a Python server to manage it all!
Taking up the "IoT Ambient Light: Zerynth Lamp" project, making it compatible with the latest version of Zerynth and updating FW and SW.
An alert system implemented using IoT and machine learning, which recognizes the face and alert the owner for any suspicious activities.