Browser-controlled, 2WD drone via WiFi with realtime visualization (onboard camera). Uses a Raspberry, Arduino, Python, HTML and JS.
IoT becomes limitless with web integration from Intel. This is demonstrated with our hacked-together car!
I’m on a mission to reduce the amount of noise my LulzBot Mini 3D printer makes. The stock fan is loud and it's either on or ON!
Connect your smartphone to your helmet over Bluetooth and use turn indicators on your helmet by tapping a button on the screen!
Ever want to control your RC car with an airplane remote? Here's how!
Set LED RGB light Scenes remotely
An Arduino Rc Car but it has LCD i2c for sending messages and debugging.
Control your Sphero 2.0 Robotic Ball with an Xbox 360 gamepad and Windows.
Resurrect your old Roomba! Add Wifi connectivity and control it from anyway!
Ever wanted to use your Windows Phone or Surface to control your garage door? Now you can with a few parts and the Arduino Remote Library!
How to control my railroad model actions using an infrared remote.
Wirelessly controlled vehicle; built on from last week's project.
Lock and unlock a door from anywhere using the in home controller or a smartphone app.
Connecting a Particle Photon to our apartments intercom; for remote unlocking and logging.
12 foot in diameter, WiFi-controlled clock for stage production of Cinderella.
A 5-axis robot, all 3D-printed, with an Arduino Nano and miniSD card. Path programming and control by IR remote.
Never worry about forgetting your garage remote again. Using MQTT, Linux, ESP8266, WiFi and native C++ - sky is the limit!
(Lego) Car remote control focused on combining Physical Web with WebBluetooth
Hack a low cost fan, connect it over wifi and control it from anywhere.
By using some common products that can be purchased in the market and create a low cost but effective humanoid that everyone can afford.
Smart Fingers is a set of remotely controlled fingers linked to Cayenne. Control anything from anywhere.
A robot that can retrace a route by watching a prerecorded video of it.
Turning your AC on before arriving at the office, changing your room temperature before coming back home by imitating IR signal.
Text Crayola color names to animate a ring of lights. Put this device in front of you during a talk and audience distraction is guaranteed!