An Arduino-based clock project.
Sensing, Connected Utility Transport Taxi for Level Environments (SCUTTLE) made for the Mechatronics Engineering Technology Program.
We are making a smart flight helmet with features such as night vision, emergency situation, Mayday alert, flight information, map, etc.
Not all imaging systems need to be expensive. Solutions can be created using cost optimized FPGA and CMOS image sensors directly.
In this project, we have made an automatic water tap using Arduino and IR sensor to solve the problem of wastage of water in our daily life.
It can be hard to measure environments that can affect your hearing over time. This wearable monitors environmental sound levels.
Portable LED color stick reacts to your shaking motion. With extra fan and alarm.
Exploring pulse width modulation, pulse density modulation, and digital to analog conversion using the Analog Discovery 2 and Waveforms!
This project creates an FPGA-controlled hexapod robot which is capable of walking and navigating around its environment using sonar and IMU.
I present to you a virtual machine with shell that can execute files compiled for it and work with hardware, such as SD, TFT, keyboard, RTC.
Python-powered edge analytics and machine learning for electric drives.
Make Rock Paper Scissors game fairer.
I wasn't happy with the way the square waves sound, so I explored using other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
Part one of a project that will demonstrate the building of an FPGA/SoC-based hexapod robot.
Invisible intelligence unleashed for an invisible threat: Deploy the MAX32620FTHR with LoRa, PubNub, and more for IoT radiation sensing!
Light up three different LEDs using pulse width modulation corresponding to different ranges of analog input voltages.
A discussion about digital sound synthesis.
Concept with prototype for home automation that can be expanded to professional grade and production ready.
A photoresistor can sense the subtle changes in light intensity caused by your blood to detect your heartbeat!
Learn about photoresistors and the process of characterizing their response to light intensity.
An R/C servo can be used to make a gauge to measure the intensity of light.
This time we learn Bluetooth RC Car
Exploring the signals behind Arduino's Servo library, and characterizing a servo's response to pulse width.
Build an analog theremin using only the Analog Discovery 2, the Digilent Analog Parts Kit, and your choice of an empty beverage can!
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