Set up an interactive room temperature project with LCD RGB and temperature sensor using Intel Galileo and Grove Kit.
Bring a building-sized digital clock to life using 129,600 independent RGB LEDs controlled by 72 BeagleBone Greens.
STING helps ensure plants in a greenhouse that need a certain level of light for growth 24/7 to get all the light they need!
Make your projects colorful.
Arduino 101 that tells you the inside and outside temperature and recommends what clothes to wear.
This demo uses a moisture sensor and LEDs to show the level of moisture in a variety of places.
Use a matrix key pad as input and LCD as output for particle photon
This project will attempt to show how much alcohol is in the air (semi-quantitative measurements).
The Raspberry Pi is a great little board and packs a lot of punch. Many times you just need a small display to show some info, here's how.
In this article, you will learn how to implement a feature to monitor the real-time clock battery and prevent problems in the circuit.
Basic and useful 4x4 T9 keypad, to text message.
An interactive, sensor-driven Magic Mirror installation.
A calendar made with an E Ink screen.
Simple LCD Display Project on Intel Edison in Node.js,
Do you often forget to drink water when you are busy? Welcome to try our drink reminder water bottle.
This comprehensive test box uses the Grove Sensor Starter Kit to complete some interesting experiments.
I recently acquired an Adafruit ItsyBitsy M4 Express and I am playing around learning about it and CircuitPython.
A device to measure the height of walls/buildings with high school trigonometry: sensing angle with a 3D magnetic sensor, dot laser & level.
Show environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity and air quality when people come by.
The communication of temperature measurements between two Particle Photons using a temperature sensor as the detection device.
The highest quality sound in a small. lightweight package.
Nothing feels better than a cold room on a hot day, and with a handpicked array of sensors and instruments, thats exactly what you can get!
Test your memory in Memory Match! Each round you are shown a sequence of numbers that your must input back. The sequence grows each round.
A simple clock made with Adafruit Metro Mini, two OLEDs, and one RTC.