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Fly a drone using only your voice. Launch, navigate around, and land. Look ma, no hands!
Use the Leap Motion to control tanks armed with Infrared LEDs and Infrared Sensors to do battle.
Control your robot using Windows 10 IoT Core Speech Recognition.
Anurag S. Vasanwala
Home Automation using Particle and Amazon Echo
Heart Pulse system made up of Raspberry Pi2, MCP3008 and Pulse sensor.
A platform for creating large-scale wall mounted widgets like gauges, and graphs - bring your data to life and share it at a glance.
Team IoT Design Shop
A QR generation library was ported to the Arduino UNO and Seeed LCD touchscreen platform. Displays time with seconds. Very distracting.
Build next-gen gesture pointing device ideal for 3D CAD design or SmartTV control. Compatible with anything that accepts a USB mouse.
Using a Particle Photon, a few servos, and some toy building bricks....you can build your own autonomous droid with the kids!
Being a parent for the first time is a big challenge. With the Baby Night Activity Program and a lot of sensors, parents will have new help.
Use the AWS IoT Button to control a LIFX light bulb. Using the phone application can be cumbersome to turn the lights on or off in a hurry.
How to make a cable that can connect your Arduino board to a TV RCA video jack. Put your Arduino on the big screen!
Someone has been eating my cookies! Thankfully Arduino is here to help find out who it is.
A fall detection system based on Arduino, Windows 10 and Microsoft Azure
Work in progress
Strong like a truss but moves like a slug = Gluss. A radical approach to scalable robots that allows serious research on a hobbyist budget.
Robert L. Read
Vision is a torch shaped device to help blind people navigate with greater comfort, speed and confidence.
A quiet DIY boxing speed bag station for the garage that retracts upwards when not in use, so you can still continue normal garage duties.
Use an Arduino and an H-bridge motor circuit to build an automatic can crusher.
Very simply, you’ll make a light blink on and off with your Arduino board. This is a great first project for building your making skills.
An easy, DIY version of the classic baking powder-powered submarine. Instead of plastic, this one is made out of a potato (aka "spud").
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