Winter is here, and the most interesting thing in winter is Christmas. As a PCB designer, I build a blinking PCB snowflake
Wireless programmable via Wi-Fi room thermostat with air quality monitor and other useful features.
Using an Arduino Nano 33 IoT combined with a GPS module and a battery enable motorbike riders to monitor and track their behavior on track.
This project comes in handy for people that love gardening. The idea is simple, monitoring the soil humidity and notifying the Gardner.
Build an efficient perception pipeline using multiple sensor modalities to enable accurate pose estimation in an outdoor robot environment.
DC voltage sensor using a Voltage Divider circuit with DC Power Supply, STM32F407 Microcontroller, & read the converted ADC value from LCD.
This project is developed to provide a user with a solution to track their vehicle in real-time if someone tries to steal or break into it.
This is a low-cost, low-power, customizable data logger for animal research.
The desk made to help make the simple things about working from home easier.
A cloud-connected AI-enabled traffic enforcement solution to traffic jams
Monitoring river water quality based on open-design multi-parameter sonde, built along with QuickFeather and SensiML service.
IoT Mesh Forest Fire Detection System
A system that automates watering while detecting room environmental factors such as dust, air quality, humidity, pressure, and temperature.
A weather station that shows time, pressure, temperature, and humidity. Made on an Arduino Nano board.
In this project article, I will show you how to make a GPS location finder using the neo 6m GPS module.
Want to see exactly what your 3-axis accelerometer or 9-axis IMU sensor data means?
TS is a service built to prevent accidents and other dangerous situations on the road. Designed for truck drivers. Worry-free trucking!
A unique and stylish timekeeping ornamental use for the Arduino.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to make a Christmas tree ornament that is able to "sing" ten different Christmas carols!
This tutorial will cover the basics on how to create a sprite using a bitmap, and how to program the sprite to move around on Arduino.
One of the best ways to understand cardiogram data is to view a pulse graph!
Have you ever wondered how a speedometer works?
Build a Fitness Tracker of your own with Tiny electronic components from TinyCircuits. They are small but their work is big.
Kick your spooky decorations up a notch with some LEDs and Arduino