Control your home appliance through Alexa using just ESP8266 or ESP32 for under $5. Voice-activated smart appliances!
One of the most useful things you can do with an Arduino is control higher voltage (120-240V) devices like fans, lights, heaters and others.
Monitor your sleep and meditation using smart gloves and IOT application.
When life gives you hot flashes, use them to burn calories. This one is for the ladies.
The smart tunnel prevents further outspread of COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2. It can disinfect a person fully in a time span of just 15 seconds.
Tired of getting your garden destroyed by hail storms? I was, so I did something about it... maker style!
Replacement for broken mechanical timer of a washing machine with electronic timer.
Always wanted a cow, but don't have the space? Build yourself this Roomba-sized cow!
A simple device that makes controlling humidity and saving energy a snap. Operates as easily as a thermostat.
Ever feel the need to punch the world in its face? Now you can!
An Internet-controlled robot that can cut the grass of a garden area with ease and efficiently.
Automated environment for reptiles to promote good husbandry and enable maximum lifespan for animals in captivity.
Turn on/off your fan without getting up, just by using an IR remote.
Control the switchboard via Google Assistant.
Employ a robot to take care of your floor cleaning jobs.
MQTT-driven IP-relay module, on which the variable part of the MQTT broker’s IP address is set by mechanical switches.
Let’s learn to control our home appliance using the TV or DVD player remotes or smartphones phones like Xiaomi which is having an inbuilt IR
Bell system that rings on predefined intervals
Let’s learn how to use a touch switch with a single relay or relay channel to control the relays. So that we can drive high voltage appliance