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!
So I didn't get the AdaBox002 but I have all the hardware. So now what? What am I gonna build? Another tracked robot.
Control the universe and everything in it!
This walking stick can control the home appliance with the help of IoT networks.
I have created the framework for WiFi and voice control of a robot. The MKR1000 chip enables us to receive controls over WiFi.
Remote control an LED.
This is an Arduino board with lots of sensors and other stuff on it. It has built-in real-time clock, temperature sensor, and light sensor.
Project that i made for Tsuyoi - Toyota.
This project helps you control your IR appliances through setting up a schedule.
It's a obstacle avoiding robot which uses HC-SRF-05 for obstacle detection. Best of its class, compact, rechargeable and precisely made.
Homemade Arduino based igniter with MOSFET transistors for amplifying PWM signal.
This project aims to implement interesting methods of driving an RC car right from your phone!
Need extra light when stumbling in late at night? We have your answer.
Project for students Mechatronics. Contains mechanics, AutoCAD/laser cutting, SolidWORKS/3D printing, electro, electronic, programming.
I have crafted a modified version of a RC X-wing fighter from Star Wars to be faster, lighter, and more manuverable.
This is an upgrade to my Fishtank controller project to integrate it with my home automation system.
This project uses the web or motion to control a light.
Freakin' Lazer Turret dude.
Simulate a smart study area that utilizes on IoT devices.
Project for creating a car model guided remotely over Bluetooth directly from your smartphone.
The robots will sing and dance with voice command.
"I have not failed. I've just found 10'000 ways that won't work. " - Thomas Alva Edison
Built this to help teach my kids what is possible when hardware and software come together. Help them dream about the future.