We will show you, how to start work with MIPI, using Vivado "Open Example Design" feature
A colorful butterfly containing 14 WS2812B RGB LEDs driven using a Arduino Digispark.
Build a wearable impact force monitor to help keep your very important brain (and body) safe!
It feels awesome when you have the power to control things remotely.
Intrusion detection by the help of the PIR sensor. Whenever someone tries to come in signal will found in the form of a text message.
Want a way to control a light and water for your indoor crops using IoT? This project might interest you.
How to get the PYNQ and Matrix Voice to work with each other.
Use your hand to control the height of a pixel, and then navigate through a map full of obstacles to avoid. Get to the end to win!
The MyPi is a well documented kit that uses a Raspberry Pi 3 running RetroPie to create a large screen handheld retro game system.
Rebuilding the game, so you can waste IOTA coins too.
This project will demonstrate the real prototype of smart cities product including sensor data manipulation using Google Data Studio.
Get real-time crop rates, smart monitoring of your farm using Particle Integrations. Boost your crop production with full control.
A PIC16F886-based CW auto keyer with USB and Morse key interfaces.
Frustrated with the prices for high quality grow light systems? Let's design a fully controllable, easy to adjust, open-source LED panel.
In this tutorial, we are going to look at how we can build a RISC-V, specifically the SiFive Freedom E310.
NeoPixels are great fun to work with. LED cubes are also very visually interesting. Let's look at creating a PYNQ-controlled one!
Till the completion of Cute Drawing Buddy V1, SCARA Robot - Arduino I plan for a another drawing bot, main aim is to cover a large space.
A solar-powered IoT device for monitoring sound level, air quality, humidity, and temperature.
Our Gnome is ready to follow you in your travels and keep track of all the places you visit, thanks to a GPS shield and the Nano Every.
Landje Robot is an fully open source STEM robot. It deviates in two aspects from many other builds. See here where...
A digital finger sensor to protect against theft.
PYNQ enables us to access the performance of programmable logic. Let's look at how we can use the that with IoT frameworks.
A barn door astrophotography mount made with no special tools.
The PiNG Video Doorbell is powered by a Raspberry Pi and uses Google Duo to video call you on your phone when a visitor presses the button.