Paying IOTA tokens against FOLDING@Home service
This getting started guide teaches you how to program Python on Digilent Arty Z7-20, the Xilinx Zynq Z7020 SoC platform.
Python does the image processing, Arduino controls the servos.
Control a Bluetooth Low Energy device with your own code!
Mapping a room needs more processing so I used a basic ultrasonic sensor, connected it with a servo and plotted them.
Tutorial and codebase walking through making a cellular backhauled gateway which collects data from WiFi devices.
Web-based face recognition built using deep learning to <automate> the process of logging in to various online portals like e-commerce, etc.
Alexa is well suited to voice controlled information retrieval. Build new skills with hacked Bluetooth beacons to smartly find lost items.
Water level measurement using artificial vision with Raspberry Pi.
Every robot needs to identify its owner.
A Py/mPy auto irrigation system with push notifications to Android, and rainfall prediction with DarkSky API for more efficient water usage.
Proof of concept solution for transport companies to track vehicles with cargo using IoT components and IOTA platform.
This project allows you to view and save 2D and 3D lidar scans using the low-cost XV-11 lidar from the Neato robotic vacuum cleaner.
No peer-to-peer messaging project should be without security. Testing with a "sandbox" cert prepares code for subsequent stricter controls.
The project is autonomous so it moves and fires the gun when it detects motion.
A low-cost prototype for implementing autonomous parallel parking on a robot car with a Raspberry Pi.
"MiMaMori Alert" is automatic security camera for your home. Automatic learning without teacher images, and notify if something is visitor.
Trashware is a project which aims at environment cleanliness through smart devices.
An IoT project, with full implemented hardware including battery protection, own hotspot, and easy way to connect and start to code.
My first maker project that ended up "growing more" than I first anticipated. Complete with hardware details, MCU, backend and frontend code
A Pynq platform demonstrator. Built around Pynq-Z2 board.
A virtual bike racing game using real bikes
This is a Cheering Watch using M5StickC and M5StickV. Estimate what action you are taking from this device acceleration and cheer up!!
Adapting Adafruit's CircuitPython to use the RFM69HCW Radio FeatherWing on the Zynq-7000 series FPGAs.