• Automatic control of blinds

    This IoT home automation project allows you to have full control of your blinds from anywhere with the use of a photoresistor, a motor and a smartphone, you can adjust the blinds without actually having to get...

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  • Facial recognition door

    Home security systems are a growing field of projects. A self-built system is not only generally less expensive than a professional installation, it also allows total control and customization to suit your needs. With the introduction of...

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  • Turn Any Decorative Thing Into IoT Device

    In this project, we will see how to turn any decorative object into an IOT smart device. Specifically, a plant pot was chosen and it was transformed into a device that sends movement notifications. The heart of...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • An IoT temperature and humidity sensor

    This project aims to monitor the temperature and humidity in a room, through a compact and cheap device, powered via USB and which sends data to our smartphone through WiFi communication. The circuit consists of an ESP8266...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • COME BACK TO MAKER FAIRE ROME – THE EUROPEAN EDITION 2021

    Maker Faire Rome is the largest European innovation event publicly showcasing inventions, ideas, solutions, the latest discoveries in technological research, robotics and artificial intelligence. At Maker Faire Rome we are always looking for people who can show...

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  • ESP32 Neopixel Status Indicator and Sensor PCB Shield with Wi-Fi Manager

      In this project, we’ll create a status indicator PCB shield for the ESP32 featuring two rows of addressable RGB neopixel LEDs, a BME280 sensor, and a pushbutton. We’ll program the board to display a web server...

    • Posted 4 months ago
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  • Simple DIY Weather Station w/ Raspberry Pi

      Do you ever suddenly get the chills, so you check the temperature inside your room to make sure you’re not paranoid but then realize you don’t have any way to check? Or when the weather station’s...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Smart Matrix

      We wanted a display in our makerspace that could be updated as visitors interacted with the space. This project serves as a template for future IoT device to communicate with the display via MQTT. We have...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Pushup Counter

      While we can track cycling with Pelaton, running/walking with fitbit, some of the basic exercise such as push ups are still relatively hard to track. In this article, we are building a prototype of push up...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • How its made: Talking Cactus

      This is a mini project I made for fun. It was done at the beginning of this year and I thought I should share the story behind the making of this. It’s a cactus that tweet...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Samsung SmartThings Arduino Switch

      With the recent discontinuation of the SmartShield attachment for the Arduino. The Samsung SmartThings community has been looking for a replacement for this shield. This project presents the start of a solution to this, using the...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • CoroFence – Thermal Detector?

      While we are challenged to continue our work remotely as protection layer in the current situation we should avoid get in contact with others until the situation will be under control. The main idea is to...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • Extremely Sensitive Cheap Homemade Seismometer

      The seismometer is a device for the detection of earthquakes and measuring their strength. Basically these are very precise instruments and are relatively difficult for self-construction. Commercially available sensors are very expensive, and cheap electronic modules...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • Smart Room Lighting with ESP32

      Use some LED panels and strips along with an ESP32 and local webserver to control the lighting of a room from anywhere in the house. I recently purchased several new lights for an auxiliary workspace in...

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  • Back to the Future Antigravity Water Drop

      Time is like a torrent, pushing people forward. Is there an instant in which you want time to stand still or go backwards? Look closely at the water droplet. Is it dripping down or going up?...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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  • Working from Home? This Calendar-Controlled “Busy” Light Project May Help

      One of the upsides of working from home, especially when my 7 year old is off school is that I am available most of the time for the occasional quick cuddle, to laugh at something silly...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Zerynth secures a 2 million euro investment
    Zerynth secures a Series A investment round to enable the Internet of Things in the Industrial world

    Pisa (Italy) – 8th September 2020. Zerynth, a startup that offers Industrial IoT solutions, just secured a €2 Million Round A investment led by the Italian fund Vertis Venture 3 Tech Transfer, managed by Vertis SGR with...

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  • Pop light – Raspberry pi WPA

      Today I was finally able to get my raspberry pi configured as a wireless access point and DHCP router. Now The pi will serve out a network for the devices and run the broker for the...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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