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.
An animated cube made with 512 RGB LEDs driven by an ATmega328.
RGB LED backlight with audio signal visualization for room/desk backlightning...
RGB LEDs triangular/hexagonal pixels matrix.
A robot for children which helps to play and reduce addiction of smartphone.
Come forward to meet the speaking mailbox.
Learn how to make you air conditioner smart by allowing it to be controlled by your phone from anywhere in the world!
The system is designed to detect intrusion (unauthorized entry) into a building or other area.
Replacement for broken mechanical timer of a washing machine with electronic timer.
A simple device that makes controlling humidity and saving energy a snap. Operates as easily as a thermostat.
Control the number of customers in a store using a phone app to ensure social distancing.
Ensuring safety against electrical fire or shock during earthquake, flood, gas leakage & fire breakout by disconnecting mains with smart CB.
We have used Arduino to control the push-pull solenoids. Arduino SD card shield is used to read MIDI files from SD card.
I have revamped the control system of this 20-year-old 5DOF articulated robotic arm with TP controls and programming interface integrated.
Tableau on a 64x32 RGB matrix that displays real-time statistical information on COVID19 in countries with the highest cases of infection.
Want a way to control a light and water for your indoor crops using IoT? This project might interest you.
This project is about an IoT setup for a TV RGB backlight that can be controlled by Blynk App.
A cat door, combined with a camera based identification system.
Rebuilding the game, so you can waste IOTA coins too.
This is a PIR sensor-based automatic lamp switch.
A smart iot outlet controlled by Google assistant, learn how to connect blynk with ifttt
In the hydroponic farming industry, a method of growing is referred to as ebb and flow. Our project automates this task.
Simple yet effective
This project uses an ultrasonic sensor to allow a "hand wave" (no touch!) to trigger a series of LED's and the Happy Birthday song twice