Let's build an IoT Plant Watering system for your household plant using a low cost Particle Photon and a servo motor
Using web integrations to keep a track on coronavirus cases in India.
A Device showing up the current Stats of Infections and dead People by Covid-19.
How to set up the Argon and Xenon.
A SparkFun Artemis powered urban quality monitoring system with IoT capability and TensorFlow Lite based machine learning implementation.
How to develop a simple but powerful Iot thermometer using a Zerynth-App
A super bright LED display that can give instructions to people on the ground from the air.
Use your Arduino Nano or Particle Photon board and build a binary Nixie clock with 18 x IN-2 Nixie tubes.
With the FireFicator, your fireplace never runs cold!
Automatically detect when a hot flash is occurring and turn on a fan in response, as well as log it.
Creating a rental scooter that can be activated remotely using an app.
Digital temperature control of Gaggia Evolution espresso machine with preinfusion functionality using Photon, SSRs, OLED, and a thermistor.
A self-calibrating, solar-powered cellular tide level and meteorological station based on the Sentient Things IoT Node.
A simple add-on to a regular door the provides automatic operation based on voice command, smartphone command or presence detection.
Go beyond DIY and create a sellable product.
The next evolution of the iris goggles with a life of their own.
Stick with your New Year's resolution this time by setting goals and getting a reward upon completing them.
A box full of startup ideas, a new procedurally generated idea is displayed every time it is opened.
Build an awesome Christmas light show with the timing coordinated over the OpenThread mesh network!
Measure wind, rain, temperature, humidity, and light in remote locations using ThingSpeak, Particle, and the Sentient Things IoT Node.
From store bought to home builds, race your "Hot Wheels" and let the track determine who the winner is!
Aquarium light will turn on and off based on time of day and the amount of light in the room, sunlight or artificial light.
How do computers know their relative positions and distances? This is how.
Tired of having to walk out in the cold rain to see if you got mail? Well don't worry anymore! "You got mail!" is here to save the day!