Not your typical wall clock that tells time, it also becomes your wall light panels that lit up your scifi-like bedroom.
A simple 8x32 LED matrix alarm clock.
Offering all the wonders of two seven-segment displays in a package of one, keep track of game score in just a click™!
This fingerprint box can store your private thing, you don't worry people take your important stuff any more.
I wet my plants! Actually they wet themselves when they are thirsty, how convenient is that?!
WioTerminal with a CO2 sensor to measure the indoor air quality and remind to ventilate the room. Useful IoT device - 2020 Corona Pandemie.
A friendly, wearable robot based on a fennec fox. Work in progress for Virtual Maker Faire :)
GRUN UVBOT is an autonomous UV robot that can prevent spread of infectious diseases and can be used as part of regular cleaning process.
Use an Arduino Nano to make a simple stopwatch!
Biofloc fish project monitoring.
Have you ever went into the bathroom and turned on a tap and realized no water in your water tank? This project automates your motor.
Day 1 of the Aquabots Autnomous Vessels Project: Connecting to the Aquabots Client.
A cool project to implement PID control!
Spending $1,000 on suspension repairs because the city failed to fix the potholes? This project makes sure that never happens again.
SCADA for load shifting with my 21 KW hour battery. Featuring Google charts script generated by the ESP32.
Minimalist cars race with a strip of smart LEDs and two switches.This project has evolved and now has its own website: www.openledrace.com
A device that waters plants and monitors temprature using an ESP8266 and Android app.
The "Social Distancing LED" that alerts you when someone gets too close within 2m.
Autonomous beehive monitoring system : indoor & outdoor temperature & humidity, air pollution, hive's weight and bees behavior analyzing.
Using the Movidius NCS on the UP Squared board to detect errors in a 3D print job and stop it with OctoPrint so it can be resumed.
An Arduino smart car with voice command.
Using a garbage truck-mounted camera and machine learning algorithms to detect waste sorting and encourage people to do better.
Taking care of workers' health in your work environment!
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.