Quality microcentrifuges are generally too expensive for most people to afford. This project aims to provide a low-cost alternative.
This is an example of a very basic a telemetry project which may be classified as a classic “Internet of Things” (IoT) application.
Display your path on Google Maps
This project uses Embrio to program an autonomous wall avoiding robot car without writing a single line of code!
Know your level of propane with a smart and IoT device that can predict your propane reserves in days.
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.
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.
Why bring you places, when we can bring places to you?
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.
The start up tutorial for Mediatek to get you up and running.
and tracking fitness with Jawbone
Our train will solve many irritations. It is no longer crowded, faster, on time and gives you always up-to-date information through an app.
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.
Add BLE control to a LaunchPad project using the Grove BLE module
Simple application for analogue signals (audio) on the AVR Arduino platform, demonstrating the Goldilocks Analogue (1284p UNO Compatible).
Use your voice to control your own K'nex vehicle using the Raspberry Pi, Arduino Uno, and Amazon's Alexa.
Grab sensor data from your Intel Edison without the need of the Arduino IDE, using the Mraa Python library
We want to notify parents with an email on their smartphone if their children have brushed their teeth. We are using an acceleration sensor.
This project gives the code to assemble a 4 channel discrete signal recorder, the board is a LinkIt one.
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