Win 10 IOT Core running on Raspberry Pi 2 B take photos using an USB Camera on a timer and upload the images to an Azure Storage account
Easy to print, control & extend, treaded vehicle. And with the onboard wireless power component, you can charge the tank while parked.
Bring the DF Robot Devastator to life with Windows!
Raspberry Pi controls two fans using the L293D as the motor driver
A device that's jam packed with sensors and buttons and can do whatever you want it to.
Let you co-workers know if you are busy or free, especially when you have your headphones on, by displaying your Skype status in an LED.
Azure Stream Analytics watches sensors, control device autonomously, send Tweets and alerts in case of a hazard. Controllable by smartphone.
In this project we will be making a Wunderlist Task Printer using the Adafruit thermal printer, Wunderlist and MS Flow.
This project uses Pi and Azure to send data to iOS, Android and UWP apps to let users know whether a conference room is occupied or not.
Control your Spotify playlist with a micro:bit on a Mac.
Your plants will never die. You will receive an email when the plant needs water.
Smart Parking and better User Engagement with Azure IoT suit remote monitoring + Raspberry Pi + Smooch + Slack
Windows & Arduino Application for Monitoring MPH and Vibration of Jet Engine using Reed Sensor, SoftPWM, and Predictive Analytics.
This is a 360 radar using an ultrasonic sensor that saves data and encodes them onto an image.
How to use a built-in Serial Device in Windows IoT to collect GPS data from a GPS Module.
Get a room full of people to vote on a quiz wirelessly!
With this example, we show how to use the PTHAT and wireless Xbox controller to control a Mecanum Bot.
Let's make a plant monitoring system with Moisture Sensor.
My idea was to use both an Xbox One Controller and the Firmata protocol to let children drive a little trike rover. It works very well!
MIDI-based Christmas lights animation system using a Raspberry Pi and Windows 10 IoT Core.
Did you miss Darth Vader in the latest movie! Just hang this on your wall!
Awaken your morning endorphins! Tell Cortana at what time you have to wake up. Our Raspberry Pi-hack will gently start lightning your room.
In this sample, we’ll connect an I2C port expander to your Raspberry Pi 2 and create a simple app that reads the status of a tactile switch.
Instead of using single camera and complicated image recognition algorithms we can take advantage of Kinect libraries.
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