TiWo, keepin' it cool
I need to create a low-cost robot project for workshops that will actually drive accurately and be fun to work with.
An IoT solution to hack drifting. Gameification built around proximity sensors. Leaderboards by location. Drift into the Future!
I found a sketch called "ScanNetworks" in the LWiFi library and decided to give it a try.
A cube with all the necessary sensors, suitable for a wide range of applications like agriculture. Know the land beneath you!
Air Quality Monitoring that uses the Intel Edison Compute Module, Amazon AWS, Visualization through Kibana, and drones!
My town of Holland, Michigan has a large snowmelt system. We need a way to monitor its performance over time. IoT to the rescue!
We're gonna start a friggin DeLorean automatically when the user enters the car, using an Intel Edison and Grove Kit!
This is an example of a very basic a telemetry project which may be classified as a classic “Internet of Things” (IoT) application.
This project uses Embrio to program an autonomous wall avoiding robot car without writing a single line of code!
Display your path on Google Maps
Smart system for analyzing the driving skills of a person using IOT and Cloud Computing powered by Mediatek LinkIt One
Control the temperature of the rooms you are actually in
You never seen such a way to water you plant.
Why bring you places, when we can bring places to you?
This project brings a pre-IoT audio receiver up to speed using Blynk and a TI Launchpad to send IR signals through WiFi from an iPhone.
Automatic terrarium with web interface
Set up an interactive room temperature project with LCD RGB and temperature sensor using Intel Galileo and Grove Kit.
A colourful clock with a Seeed TFT shield, fast refresh in landscape mode, simple Touch interface, Daylight Savings Time adjustment.
A solar-powered open source kit for monitoring air quality, sound level, humidity, and temperature.
The start up tutorial for Mediatek to get you up and running.
and tracking fitness with Jawbone
So you got yourself a LinkIt ONE, and you’re trying to figure it out. Everything on paper looks pretty cool, but it’s a little intimidating.
In this tutorial I Will show you how to turn on an led with your mouth. The Led will turn on when start to blow the sound sensor.
A SmartLiving Experiment for Arduino, to receive speech notifications from a doorbell to your Smartphone.
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