A Spy Cam, an eTextile Patch, a Makeshift GSM Module, an Arduino IDE Plugin, a USB Adaptive Charger + More
Take a Raspberry Pi Zero and a webcam, and cram them into a Coke bottle while making it continue to appear like a normal Coke bottle!
An eTextile patch for hover, touch, and pressure input, using both resistive and capacitive sensing.
Using a phone as a makeshift GSM module.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into a home energy monitor with inexpensive components.
Integrate Blockly@rduino in IDE like a tool, compile and upload through Arduino IDE, totally graphic way.
In 1884 Nipkow invented a method to capture and view a moving image. This project uses the same disk to generate a moving digital image.
Adding text-to-speech to any PocketBeagle project is easy and fun with a USB sound card, speaker and libraries.
Toy Iron Man mask with some hardware in it to project information to the wearer, like the holographic interface Mr. Stark himself uses.
This shows how to make a portable Bluetooth boombox from recycled skateboard wood, and also uses the trucks, wheels, and grip tape!
In this project; 3D robot hand assembly, servo control, flex sensor control, wireless control with nRF24L01 are available.
Curismo uses Walabot to detect when a user picks up a pill and a custom Alexa skill to help user keep track of their daily pill intake.
Sonar aims to provide you insight into the foot traffic of retail or commercial environment using just wireless technologies and a RPI3.
This getting started guide teaches you how to program Python on Digilent Arty Z7–20, the Xilinx Zynq Z7020 SoC platform.
Get not only 5 volts but also 9, 12 volts (18 Watts max) out of any QC-compatible charger/power bank for supplying power hungry projects.