Control everything with a SINGLE phone call.
Face recognition is becoming more and more widely used, we can use it to make a smart lock.
The idea of this project is building a home automation system based on natural voice.
A new application for The Tactigon, this time combined with Raspberry Pi to achieve a futuristic lights control!
A new application for The Tactigon, this time combined to Raspberry Pi to achieve a futuristic lights control!
Using facial recognition to unlock a deadbolt through Netduino WiFi.
Control your appliances from anywhere in the world! Monitor your room temperature, humidity, light intensity and air quality from smartphone
Unlocking the deadbolt via Ethernet using WIZ750SR S2E, your WiFi network is now the key to your lock.
Unlock your deadbolt remotely through WiFi using Netduino.
We use the ReSpeaker Core v2.0 and Wio Link to control a light and fan via IFTTT.
Auto watering the plant and tracking plant's health through Helium and Microsoft Azure IoT.
Light control using a NodeMcu and the Ubidots cloud (IoT).
Using AI to train face recognition through UP2 board, Intel Movidius NCS, and Walabot radar to add extra security.
Effortlessly roll your own smart home applications with drag-and-drop Alexa 'aware' controls in the Virtual Breadboard Microsoft Store App.
Create your Blynk mobile app to monitor your garden and activate the irrigation.
As a weekend project, I decided to select an implementation of a big red button based on Thunderboard Sense and Samsung Artik 520.
10$ timer based automatic pigeon feeder using NodeMCU. It scatters the bird seeds automatically on specific time.
Connect a Grove Relay to a Particle Photon to control an electromagnetic lock.
When your stuff is being taken away by a thief, Arduino makes an alert and sends a notification to you via Gmail.
This small tool checks brightness, and if there is fog or night out, will turn on without human action or worry.
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