What do you think in using Raspberry Pi & OpenCV to count moving objects that go in and out of a certain zone?
Smart lighting is a catalyst for the IoT. In this tutorial we'll see how to control NeoPixel LEDs via mobile using the Zerynth App.
How to blink multiple LEDs at different rates on Arduino-like boards using threads in just a few lines of code... the magic of Zerynth!
The "Zerynth IoT Notes Printer" tries to create a handable medium for everyday communication.
Build an amazing weather station that uses ESP32 programmed in Python with Zerynth and Ubidots IoT platform.
SiriControl is an open source python framework, which developers can extend to add Siri voice control to any project.
Getting started with Python and Hexiwear, one of the most loved wearable IoT development platforms!
How to send data from a 4zerobox (based on ESP32 and Python programmable using Zerynth) to The Things Network via a Microchip LoRa module
A smarter way to keep you Pi cool.
Are you having problems in compiling OpenCV in Raspberry PI? Here you can learn how to do it easily.
This project allows people to use electrical appliance on a 'pay-as-you-go' (PAYG) basis.
Automating the roller-shutters in Python, based on user state, with an event-driven library for AllThingsTalk.
How to connect you Tilt hydrometer to the cloud control panel using Raspberry Pi and Python.
Arduino and Python-based project that will help us read the sensor values and plot it on Python.
A theremin-like instrument that changes the pitch played as you wave your hand over an Infrared Proximity Sensor. Developed with Zerynth
An interactive lamp that shows multiple information through different colored LED. Remotely controlled by smartphone through the VIPER app.
A calendar made with an E Ink screen.
This project uses an ultrasonic sensor to indicate the distance of any object from it.
This tutorial walks through sending a message with the Hologram Cloud via our Python SDK.
Using Python and open source software we publish data from a sensor over MQTT, persist the data and visualise it in real-time.
Monitoring system tracking the ambient light, humidity, temperature and the air quality of pantries and food storage cabinets.
The idea is to create a program in Python 2 using OpenCV 2 to find the center of a line for a Linefollower vehicle.
In association football, Goal-Line Technology is the use of electronic aid to determine if a goal has been scored or not.
Sony's new Spresense boards offer exciting new capabilities - and Zerynth Studio makes it easier than ever to program them!