ARTIK cloud-based smart parking system.
If you plan on a vacation, here is a great project to track the temperature and soil moisture of your Plant using dweet.io and AWS IoT.
Posture Recognition device using Azure Machine Learning and Kinect Sensors. Visualization in Virtual Reality Web.
Arduino Snow Globe hosting a Virtual Reality Website. Play w/ snow in VR via HTC Vive, Tilt the Snow Globe and snow starts falling.
An IoT enabled Hydroponics Controller using the Intel Edison during the Boston IoT Hackathon
Grab sensor data from your Intel Edison without the need of the Arduino IDE, using the Mraa Python library
My town of Holland, Michigan has a large snowmelt system. We need a way to monitor its performance over time. IoT to the rescue!
An IoT device that could help keep the Sandy River Delta clean, as garbage is a very common problem.
Analyze your musician skills with this WiFi-connected maraca!
IoT Command center allows you to monitor your home using the ARTIK cloud and automate your Hue light.
Nowadays there are many wearables in the market for different purposes, so why not we make one for babies?
SUMO is a low cost pulse monitor which uses an algorithm to convert raw analog sensor data into BPM ( Beat's Per Minute )
I need to create a low-cost robot project for workshops that will actually drive accurately and be fun to work with.
See what's the chatter on an IRC channel even when you are not logged on yourself
Detect when I connect to my office's WiFi network and then make coffee for me
Quick and easy project that uses Samsung's ARTIK Cloud to collect temperature data from an arduino
Intel Edison is small enough to use as a wearable, so why not we make a smart watch with Edison and powerful AWS IoT.
We're gonna start a friggin DeLorean automatically when the user enters the car, using an Intel Edison and Grove Kit!
Cyclists will be able to connect seamlessly to form a synchronized swarm of riders to reduce traffic congestion and improving safety.
This is a guide for getting started with Intel Edison and Intel XDK IoT Edition.
TeaServer is a web-based automatic tea brewing machine that monitors water temperature to obtain optimal brewing times and temperatures.
Quality microcentrifuges are generally too expensive for most people to afford. This project aims to provide a low-cost alternative.
Over the cloud using data analytics we can predict if a vaccine vial is about to get spoiled (predictive analysis), so that it can be moved
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