A device that can measure environmental conditions and relay to the user; in glasses form.
ESP8266 and multiple temperature sensors DS18b20 with HTTP server.
On the display is printed temperature (celsius) and humidity (%) with a DHT11. When it's raining the LED lights up. You need a rain sensor!
A sensor that recognizes the name of the color of an object based on light sensing and a neural network that learned from previous examples.
A powerful Maritime Instrument & Display Controller, based on UDOO Neo, acting as a navigator, chart plotter, wireless NMEA multiplexer & ?
A low cost air quality monitoring device created with an aim to detect pollution hotspots caused due to traffic jams or factory emissions.
Build your own lightning detector that's smaller, more customizable, and cheaper than a commercial one!
Senses for smoke in the air near a 3D printer and will sound an alarm and turn off power to the printer if smoke is detected.
Portable range/distance detection device using an Arduino, ultrasonic sensor, and buzzer.
Don't you want to be notified of parcel delivery with messenger app? Let's make things around you smart!
The system uses a PIR sensor to detect motion and send to the Arduino, which in turn triggers a buzzer and LED simultaneously.
How to build an ultra low power LoRaWAN / The Things Network device using a MaxBotix ultrasonic sensor.
This is an utterly useless project since this magical object is quite useless. Everybody forgets stuff, naturally.
This post will take you through a step by step instruction on how to use the Rakwireless RAK811 lora module with Arduino
Try smart gardening at your home or office.
Remote temperature monitor using a Bluetooth module and an NTC thermistor. An Android app made with App Inventor is used to read data.
Use the small, easily programmed and powered Wemos D1 Mini to turn your washing machine into a smart appliance.
A standard speaker can be used to detect vibrations and send data to a microcontroller.
This parking sensor with Arduino is an easy project.
Use an Arduino Nano 33 IoT board along with a suite of sensors to monitor the weather and automatically water your plants!
Set up Swim.ai to seamlessly stream sensor data to any device and create impressive visualizations using Swim's easy-to-use open-source API!
With this cool project, you can make sure your lovely plants are always in their best condition.
This simple circuit will detect the presence of VHF / UHF frequency radiation.
Get close and the Arduino is happy; go away and he gets sad.