The goal is to build an inexpensive datalogger to record air temperature, relative humidity, and leaf wetness.
This is a E-ink dashboard that provides real-time information pulled from API using a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Not your typical wall clock that tells time, it also becomes your wall light panels that lit up your scifi-like bedroom.
In this second tutorial I will be sending text and color data through the internet.
Let's Dance, put on your red shoes and dance the blues
Making a smart tap for viruses
This is a BMS charger that would be as universal as possible for testing Li-ion or LifePo4 cells.
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 to record somebody's blow strength. Since without calibration it is relative value.
A quadruped Robot to pass over any place and obstacles, with a long and flexible neck and a manipulator gripper on its head and many UV LEDs
Therarduino a belt that helps us in social distancing, as you can guess from the name this project is inspired by the Theremin project.
Luciferin is a generic term for the light-emitting compound found in organisms that generate bioluminescence like Fireflies and Glow Worms.
This study is an example how to build a 3-phases 230V/380V from a 12-24V DC with an Arduino Uno
Are you away from home for vacation? Do you forget to water your plants? MarCas Tech offers a plant / soil irrigation system programmed.
A device that controls the customer population remotely, to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
Sketch to use a KY-022 + Arduino Mega for receiving data sent from an universal IR remote
Universal access prosthesis
Raspberry Pi can be a good environmental monitor and can forbid you to drive if you're drunk.
Touchless door handle mechanism that can be used in every door just replacing the standard handle. Very useful for people with disabilities.
CHILLY is a small device who turns your evaporative Cooler into a smart cooler which can be controlled by your mobile phone!
Use this project to get started on your first Pynq design using the Pmod Hygro to monitor the temperature and humidity of your environment!
In the second part of the tutorial, we learn how to read audio files from an SD card and output them on a speaker.
Let´s take a look into the I2S specification and let us try to realize the first step to play audio files with an FPGA.
Prevention of solar radiation in schools