An easy-to-use system that counts how many pull-ups one can do in two minutes.
Learn how to create a simple budget-friendly device for timely diagnosis.
The washer notifier ensures that you and your roommates never argue over occupying the washer or dryer again.
A Wi-Fi Cow Collar that measures the daily movements of a cow and determine its usual temperature, movements and feeding time.
A safety device that monitors and notifies parents of temperatures inside cars to eliminate the risk of infants or pets overheating inside.
This once in a lifetime product can be purchased today for any of your water level monitoring needs!
Device that lets you know if someone has gone into your drawer by using a photoresistor that sends data to another argon device.
Engage more with friends without worrying about menopause problems. Active gel cooling, cloud functions, BLE, social interactivity.
Automatically detect when a hot flash is occurring and turn on a fan in response, as well as log it.
Turn on a light by focusing your mind.
Using a small Linux SBC to replace the dashboard of my Nordic Treadmill. It set's goals and logs run and weight-loss history.
An application that helps people with poor motor control improve their fine motor skills though virtual-physical interactions
Utilize particle photons, magnetic reed switches and LED lights to remind you to take your medications.
A system for the blind which helps them walk through the street, as and also monitors their location and sends an SOS on button press.
Control a hospital bed with WiFi or even voice, allowing individuals with disabilities to become more comfortable throughout the night.
A small, autonomous rover designed to help keep kids prone to elopement safe.
I have developed this concept for teaching the mute people about various hand gesture which is connected to the laptop wirelessly.
You can go out and buy a set of bathroom scales that will log your weight, but it's cheaper and more fun to make your own!
This project is designed to observe the air quality within the Lane Tech basement for JROTC students.
Our project aims to see whether there is a correlation between the intensity of particulate matter in air and people moving around.