A fun little musical instrument that plays tones and changes speed while moving your hands up and down.
Wearing shirts and shorts, but it's 40 degrees outside? Wearing a hoodie and sweats, but it's 103? Never again with a TEMPorary Solution.
Our project teaches infants how to gauge distance, improving depth perception through the use of the song "My Heart Will Go On."
Do you often forget to drink water when you are busy? Welcome to try our drink reminder water bottle.
Day 2 of the Aquabots Autnomous Vessels Project: Updating the GPS location with the Aquabots Client
This note introduces the use of magnetometers to establish headings. Extensions to the solution for navigation purposes is food for thought.
Running Arduino library with K210-based board.
Two versions based on Grove Light Sensor, one is reset by a push button, the other one requires a passcode
Race through your office at the speed of light! A project inspired by the OpenLEDRace project by @gbarbarov, made at Xing in Barcelona.
This note focuses on an inexpensive air quality sensor that has been in popular use for several years to quantify indoor particulate matter.
A new tutorial! This time I chose to build a musical instrument, a MIDI controller based on an Arduino dev board.
How to turn a Raspberry Pi to a retro game machine?
Translate music to a dazzling light show with this customizable light controller project. Great for DJs, parties, and 1:1 shows!
This simple yet sophisticated project is ideal for weather stations as this Grove dust sensor provides accurate data, alongside an Arduino.
A simple guide for getting to know your Seeeduino v4.2 better, and to prepare your board for use with the Arduino interfaces.
GoPro cameras are expensive, so we're using the camera's undocumented BLE client API and an ESP32 to notify when it's out of range.
A quick tutorial on how to interface the voice recognition module with few examples.
Android application monitoring system for GreenHouse, several sensors for reading data and send to application.
This tutorial show how to build an IoT device using Azure Sphere MT3620 Development Kit to send data through Sigfox Network.
Have you ever been wondering what forces are exerted on your body when doing your favourite sports? Here is an easy project to measure them.
Make your fridge smart with a few sensors and actuators.
This is a simple example demonstrating how to read GPIO from Microsoft Azure Sphere.
Face recognition is becoming more and more widely used, we can use it to make a smart lock.
To get my entry pass to our #Seeed10 Annual Party, I weaved out an owl that has two huge light up eyes as my light-up project.
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