An NFC Inventory System, an Automatic Device Tester, a Hackster PyPortal, an Alexa-Controlled Ultra96 Board + More
Use NFC stickers to track electronic components with the use of a Particle Photon and a database back-end, along with a webpage interface.
An automatic tester for a product Brian Lough sells called the Power Blough-R.
The Hackster.io Adafruit PyPortal IoT device is Python powered and uses the Hackster.io API to display likes of this project.
Make your pixel art look delightfully retro using an OLED display.
Set up the Xilinx ISE Design Suite to compile FPGA code, and get started with Verilog programming on the SPARTAN-6 on MATRIX devices.
Voice control using Alexa is popular for a number of applications. This project shows how to connect an Ultra96 (Arm and FPGA) with Alexa.
Connect the project to your laptop or phone and then chat between the devices without internet or SMS using just LoRa.
A Teensy 3.2 converts PS/2 from a laptop touchpad into USB mouse commands.
Put your things in the cloud! AWS IoT Core is an enterprise solution for your IoT application providing real-time analytics.
Interface a CMOS camera with a ZYNQ-7000 series FPGA SoC and output live video feed to a VGA screen.
A simple interface circuit to drive VFD displays. No fancy parts required, and runs on serial communication.
Installation that uses Wi-Fi routers to create sounds.
An integrated cultivation of fish and plants. Cooperating a living ecosystem to help each other to grow based on NXP Rapid IoT.
This experimental project shows how to build an ATtiny13 microcontroller based simple PI (Pulse Induction) metal detector.
A platform that can be used for ESP8266 development with a (solder-less) breadboard, an experimenter board or a “one of a kind” end product.
What if an old IBM keyboard was converted with Arduino so it continuously types like Jack Nicholson in The Shining movie?
Weather monitoring system and emergency notifications based on NXP’s Rapid IoT Prototyping Kit.
6-channel digital sampling oscilloscope with built-in frequency counter, maximum sampling rate 47kHz.
Now you can easily control your model railway layout using a keyboard!
Building an industry grade temperature monitoring system which uses machine learning to detect any anomaly.
Skydiver Black Box — That’s My Alibi
A flight data recorder for skydivers. Get feedback on flying habits and increase your odds of finding your cutaway main canopy.
The internet is full of tutorials on how to read digital and analog sensors, now it is time to do something useful with this data.
This project uses the Google Vision API to describe things, identify logos, and read text aloud.
Smarten up your filer. Make filing a little funner!
A step by step guide to building a fully functioning, personal vending machine.
Get started with Wi-Fi based IoT on your BBC micro:bit. Share two-way data with an IoT Platform using the simple XinaBox IoT starter kit.
Learn how to control a robotic arm in this simple tutorial.