Want to register at what time your employees arrive and leave? With Arduino MKRZero and RFID is easy to do so.
Adding a display to the MiniZed Motor Control live build equals an alarm clock that will be sure to start your day off on a good note.
A pencil holder that also functions as a musical flashlight or lamp.
In this project I use addressable RGB LEDs to make a linear clock. The clock will be connected to Google Calendar to show my appointments.
Autonomous car, built from a LEGO frame, which responds to nearby objects and can also be manually controlled via remote control.
This project aims to implement interesting methods of driving an RC car right from your phone!
Motors, LEDs, and Christmas trees. Make your very own electronic zoetrope and hang it on your tree.
Line following robot car that changes the color line it follows based on a trigger shown in front of the car.
We developed a glove with an inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensor attached to control a wheeled robot using MSP 430 and myRIO board.
For industries that produce switches and socket and there would be a need to test the mechanical durability and electrical durability.
MoveThisWay is an autonomous robot that transports heavy payloads on programmable paths with obstacle detection capability.
This project fixed my problems with hot and cold rooms and logs details about how it was done, to compare to my ecobee4 thermostat details.
Leveraging FPGA capabilities to design and to implement a Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) System.
An Arduino-based programmable light suit for dancers.
A smart city is an urban area that uses different types of electronic data collection sensors to supply information used to manage assets.
Managing address WS2812B strip with ESP8266 via the web interface.
An Arduino-based robot drummer. It works with a transistor noise-generator and an arrangement of servos hitting a can and a pair of piezos.
Current sprinkler systems leave much to be desired, so we've designed a sprinkler system that works smarter and saves water!
Frustrated with the toilet seat being left up or dirty by the person before you? Moms/wives/girlfriends, this automated solution is for you!
An automated pigeon repellent using Texas Instruments MSP-EXP430G2 MSP430 LaunchPad, 2 IR sensors, 2 RC servos, and a pepper spray.
Device able to communicate via LoRaWAN; Process images, extract pertinent informations and send it, and get informations from Smart Sensor.
Example of diy smart socket. This can be controlled by ESP8266 Home application. With this smart socket you can on/off any device in home.
Controlling lights and CO2 admission to a aquarium. Sensor data is stored so it can be used for statistics.
This project combines eLua with an open source RISC-V CPU core to a powerful, self-hosted embedded platform for FPGAs.