A simple robot that can hear you and talk to you!
Protect your work from others using a Python script!
In this project, I seek to control the brightness of a RGB LED, with tkinter GUI. Tested on Raspberry Pi 3 running Raspbian Jessie.
Using an ultrasonic sensor for control while playing Flappy Bird.
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.
In this post, I have used a LDR to sense the black obstacles (cactus )in this game and make the dino jump using a system of Arduino and pyt
One of the many ways to tinker with your board!
In this tutorial, I show you the basics of how to use the Python Tkinter library to make simple GUI applications.
Start converging between microcontroller dev boards and FPGA dev boards by running Adafruit's CircuitPython on the Zynqberry for the PiOLED.
Take advantage of the Zynqberry by taking the first step of porting your Raspberry Pi projects over to the Zynq platform.
If you already had cats visiting your garden then you understand my motivation for this project. What about using computer vision to help?
Mobile IP camera in a shape of tank robot, controlled with web UI over WiFi.
Rings the gong in the Envoy office every time we make a sale.
There are a few ways to do this, as of end 2018 this is my best way.
Watch your homebrew fermentation from anywhere and get a text when it's ready using the Tilt Hydrometer, Raspberry Pi, and Initial State.
An autonomous drone equipped with an AI to detect fire on an early stage and deliver first-aid kits to victims.
How to make a simple monitoring device for your country house.
How to run up an IoT MQTT cloud based system, including sensors, database and a website, in a short time.
Example for using BeagleBone, Mikroelektronika Barometer click and Python
Voice Control for Vernie, the robot based on LEGO BOOST Move Hub
A robot that can retrace a route by watching a prerecorded video of it.
A system which is capable of locating a license plate in a given car
This is the start of a simple weather appliance that pulls data from WeatherUnderground and writes it to a Waveshare ePaper HAT.
A device similar to a medical alert button that can be use anywhere where cellular service is available.