A Blockchain-Backed Chore Tracking System, a Simple Environmental Monitor, a Simulated Car Factory + More
Jarvis Farley is a custom home automation system that features an innovative implementation of blockchain and cryptocurrency to manage kid’s chores and entertainment.
Create a locking system that locks your room with your fingerprint and an access code on the cheap.
Readers can learn how to collect and display the environmental data through Arty S7, four Pmods, and a touchscreen display.
A better and cheaper alternative to a climate-dependent control for your central heating boiler. Especially if you have in-floor heating.
Arduino version of the early mechanical television, invented by Nipkow more than 100 years ago.
FPGA-based Binary Neural Network acceleration used for Image Classification on the Avnet Ultra96 based on the Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC.
Simulate a car factory with Arduino and fischertechnik: two industrial robots assemble a sports car’s bonnet.
A first attempt at a robot with a Lego Pirate theme.
Measure your indoor air quality (temperature, humidity, CO2, VOC) and visualize data in the cloud using Particle and Ubidots.
Build your own LoRa network with the RAK833 gateway module, RPi3 B+, RAK811 node, and TTN network.
Start designing and coding for home automation using Node-RED on the Raspberry Pi.
A simple, inexpensive design for a portable Raspberry Pi computer that utilizes a Bluetooth slide-out keyboard as its base.
Create a history graph that maps temperature values live on a TFT LCD in seconds. Just edit two variables and choose your graph’s color.
Add Ethernet connectivity to the CNC Shield for Arduino. Control mills, lasers, and other devices with NEMA steppers over your network.
Make a POV fan display using an old CD player’s DC motor, an Arduino Pro Mini, an LED, a Hall sensor, and some other electronic components.
RFID reader and servo motor enabled locker to keep your precious things safe.
Alarm clock coffee maker, promising to wake you up with a freshly brewed cup of coffee every morning, programmed in Ada!
Build a data logger out of the Raspberry Pi 3.