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Automated Home using Raspberry Pi 2 (Windows 10 IoT Core) and Arduino.
Anurag S. Vasanwala
This example demonstrates how to leverage the power of Windows 10 IoT Core, and create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield.
You can remotely configure and manage any Windows IoT Core device using Windows PowerShell.
Interface sample application that drives the ILI9341 controller displays.
Work in progress
Mirror with Face Recognition and Personal News
Not every Maker has an Windows 10 machine handy, get your Windows 10 IoT image flashed on Raspberry Pi 2 using MacOS or Linux!
Show how to read the DS1820B 1-wire temperature sensor using the UART0 pins with Windows IoT core on Raspberry PI 2
Sample App and I2C Library for the BMP180 Digital Temperature and Pressure Sensor
Timer for watering the garden on a flexible, web set schedule that compensates for weather forecasts of rain and existing soil moisture.
7 segment led using raspberry pi and Windows 10 IoT (Csharp code)
Example how-to connect Adafruit Mini 8x8 LED Matrix to Raspberry Pi with Windows 10 IoT Core.
Home Decor (ish) - Ambient Lighting (ish) - Real World Information (ish)
Quinn Damerell and Marilyn Welniak
A library and example UI for using the PiFace Digital 2 under Windows 10 IoT. you can find more examples here: youtube.com/c/thebreadboardca
Learn how to operate the GoPiGo from Windows 10 IoT using a Universal Windows App.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to control a LED with Cortana using Windows 10 Application (UWP), Arduino Uno and Bluetooth Interface.
Measure Luminosity using Windows 10 IoT Core and TSL2561 Sensor
Learn how-to enable the adafruit 7" touchscreen to be displayed correctly using powershell on a running Windows 10 IoT Raspberry PI device.
Connecting a 16 bit MCU (launchpad) to Raspberry PI running Windows 10 to off load real time processing.
Windows 10 IoT Core and SHT15 Sensor
Learn how to discover any arbitrary Alljoyn device and run code against it without using predefined Introspection.xml.
The original hack from the Windows IoT Maker Team, which debuted at the 2014 //build conference.
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