A CPU and Ram usage monitor, displays a live plot on port 8000, can be configured to plot anything the pi can measure.
This tutorial illustrates the use of Python/C hybrid programming environment in Zerynth Studio.
A sandboxed device that encrypts messages using a minimalist set of hardware and software. It was created for a 24-hour student hackathon.
Learn how to detect and track a particular colour using Python and OpenCV.
A super lightweight Python IRC client written in under 500 lines.
A low budget acquisition system for low budget sensors.
IFTTT is simple to use with Phillips Hue but its simplicity can be its downfall. Unlock its power with the Maker Channel and Raspberry Pi.
Intel Edison expands a new 3-D printer market.
The Hackster.io Adafruit PyPortal IoT device is Python powered and uses the Hackster.io API to display likes of this project.
Python/Django demonstration of usage WunderBar by Relayr
How to schedule chromecast control from a resin.io Raspberry Pi device.
Here we will learn how to setup a python based web server to serve simple html pages to the clients.
Date, time, and weather display using a Raspberry Pi plus a cheap 3.5-inch 320x480 resolution TFT LCD.
In this project, I've interfaced RFID-RC522 with Arduino and then sent RFID data to phpMyAdmin database using Python.
A Py/mPy auto irrigation system with push notifications to Android, and rainfall prediction with DarkSky API for more efficient water usage.
Send Bluetooth telegrams to Raspberry Pi from Lego Mindstorms EV3.
In this tutorial, we'll see how to create a LoRaWAN network programmed in Python using Zerynth and connected to The Things Network.
Every robot needs to identify its owner.
How to send data from a 4zerobox (based on ESP32 and Python programmable using Zerynth) to The Things Network via a Microchip LoRa module
Put your drone on a longer leash executing programmed flight on a powered Pi Zero. YOLO object recognition, connect over Hologram CLI.
A four-legged robot imbued with the power of deep learning.
Control servos/motors connected to an Arduino robot arm kit using a Raspberry Pi, Python, and an Xbox 360 controller.
Proof of concept for a cat attracting device which you can control from your smartphone. FIMO artwork included.
Creating a WebSockets to control the GPIO pin of Raspberry Pi using the Tornado framework in Python.