In this Instructable, I am going to show you how to build a Solar powered WiFi Weather Station with a Wemos board.The Wemos D1 Mini Pro have small form-factor and wide range of plug-and-play shields make it an ideal solution for quickly getting started with programming the ESP8266 SoC. It is an inexpensive way to build Internet Of things ( IoT ) and is Arduino compatible.The new Weather Station have following features:1. The Weather Station can measure :Temperature, Humidity , Barometric Pressure , Altitude 2. You can monitor the above weather parameters from your Smartphone or from the web ( ThingSpeak.com )3. The whole circuit along with power supply is put inside a 3D printed enclosure.4. The range of the device is enhanced by using an 3dBi external antenna .It is around 100 meter.
Dear friends welcome to another Arduino tutorial! In this detailed tutorial we are going to build an Arduino Tic Tac Toe game. As you can see, we are using a touch screen and we are playing against the computer. A simple game like Tic Tac Toe is is a great introduction to game programming and Artificial Intelligence. Even though we won’t be using any Artificial Intelligence Algorithms in this game, we will understand why Artificial Intelligence Algorithms are required in more complex games.Developing games for Arduino is not easy and requires a lot of time. But we can build some simple games for Arduino because it is fun and it will allow us to explore some more advanced programming topics, like Artificial intelligence. It is a great learning experience and at the end you will have a nice game for the kids!Let’s now build this project.
Hello there,Tinku is not just a robot; it is a personal robot. It is an all in one package. It can see(computer vision), listen(speech processing), talk and react to the situation. It can express emotions, and the list of things which it can do goes on. I gave it a name; I call it Tinku.A brief intro of what it can do is Computer Vision Face detectionFace trackingTake photos and record videoRecognize ArUco markersSpeech Processing Offline speech processing (Hotword detection)It can understand what you are saying by detecting Hotwords.Express Emotions It moves it's head for non-verbal communications and to express feelings.It displays images and gifs on its screen to support the current sentiment.Move Around It can run around using its wheels and identify places using ArUco markers.Obstacle Avoidance It has sonar sensors so it is always aware of its surrounding and can avoid obstacles.It can do a lot more stuff
In the class, you will learn how to build wearable electronics and program interactions using the Arduino software. Perhaps you know how to sew but have always wanted to learn more about electronics. Or, you have used a microcontroller before but want to know what conductive fabric is all about. In this class, we will cover the hardware, software and the sewing that it takes to start you off and running towards building interactive and well-crafted projects. You will learn techniques and apply new concepts by building a sewn circuit pin, two kinds of soft switches, a flex sensor and by making your microcontroller modular. You will also learn about digital and analog inputs and outputs through building the two main projects: The Hi-5 Collector and the Slouch Alert. The Hi-5 Collector is a project that makes social interaction game-like by introducing a goal achieved by collecting high-fives. The Slouc
This project uses TinyCircuits to create a tiny GPS tracking and data logging device. This tutorial is for any skill level - no coding, programming, or soldering required! Just follow the steps below and you can have your device working in minutes.
In this fast growing world, voice technology plays a very important role. Think about controlling almost anything with your voice. Getting things done just by speaking is a great way to interact with things around us. This instructable is all about using the Amazon Echo (Not compulsory that you own one) as a tool to interact with your devices. This instructable will teach you how to control lights, fan & Television with just your voice. There might be a chance that other device will also be added to be voice controlled. But for now lets start with this. I hope this project will be fun and you get the most out of it. Feel free to comment and ask your doubts.Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.orgNOTE: The first __ Steps guide you to control lights and table fans. the steps following that guide you to control your television.
Today we are going to show you our first experiment on the Internet of Things. For this purpose, we decided to use an Arduino MEGA instead of an Arduino UNO. That's because Arduino MEGA has more than one serial port and this fact allows us to use the ESP8266 and the serial monitor at the same time.As written in the title, we'll see how to monitor some of the most important plant growth factors*. These parameters are: Ambient temperature and humidity Soil moisture and temperature IlluminanceMonitoring this parameters occurs via Internet thanks to the famous and cheap ESP8266 v01 wifi module.Techrm's channel is available here. If you are lucky, you'll see it working.As usual, let's list what we need to follow the tutorial: Arduino MEGA 2560 USB cable DHT22 (more info about this sensor) ESP8266 v01 Bi-directional logic level translator (we use our own by TechRM) LD-33V voltage regulator (3,3V-1A
Hi There ! I'm Ed and This is my first ever instructable. DISCLAIMER: I am not sponsored by redfern electronics I just use them often as I am UK based!This is a small ,cheap and affordable project that you can make in just an hour!This is a really simple project and I intended so that younger people could make it on simpler micro-controllers , and more experienced people could make it on an Arduino or their preferred micro controller.This is in a way wirelessly controlled as you use your hands as a controller!
This tutorial will guide you through opening up the files from your Pi so you can easily write code from your laptop as oppose to trying to edit code via the terminal. Note this is a great alternative to VNC and SSH! Using FUSE SSH filesystem software, the process allows your Pi to show as an external drive connected to the Mac, allowing for easy drag-and-drop functionality between the two devices.Note this only works for MAC but if you are a Windows user etc and know of an alternative to reach the same goal post up the tutorial!
After announcing the availability of new builds of his AndEX Nougat 7.1.1 Android-x86 fork that lets users run Android 7.1.1 on their PCs, now Arne Exton released a custom build of Raspberry Pi Foundation's Raspbian PIXEL image. Raspberry Pi Foundation recently updated their Debian-based Raspbian operating system for Rasperrby Pi single-board computer with the latest version of the PIXEL desktop environment, a fork of Xfce, but it didn't ship with an disk installer, so Arne Exton saw an opportunity to refresh his custom Raspbian with PIXEL build. "I saw immediately that there was no installer included, which I thought was a little disappointing. Come to think of Refracta tools, which work very well in Debian and Ubuntu," said Arne Exton in the
By Arduino Team When you’re away from your home, perhaps you’d like to know what is going on there. A camera system is one solution, but is fairly data-intensive and might not be the right method if you’d like to monitor information such as temperature and humidity in several zones. For this, Rod Gatehouse decided …
Who does not like to be one step ahead of people, especially when they break into our room or even in a work area.For example: A wet floor, planting, building.This type of alarm turns out to be very effective and can be extended to the need of each person.In this occasion I will show you how to make a small and precise infrared alarm, using the means of the current "Open Source" that we love so much.
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