Let's make a plant monitoring system with Moisture Sensor.
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!
The Plant Recommend System gets real time values from sensors implanted in your garden to predicts which plants can be grown.
Awaken your morning endorphins! Tell Cortana at what time you have to wake up. Our Raspberry Pi-hack will gently start lightning your room.
Instead of using single camera and complicated image recognition algorithms we can take advantage of Kinect libraries.
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.
Use the AWS IoT Button to control a LIFX light bulb. Using the phone application can be cumbersome to turn the lights on or off in a hurry.
Touch sensitive Christmas tree ornaments interfaced to a TV with Windows IoT Core, Raspberry Pi and MPR121
Applications of Future draw their intelligence from a wide variety of source (Web 3.0 connected databases).
Use a 120VAC Pilot Light and a photoresistor to create a simple inexpensive AC voltage sensor based on opto-isolation.
Modernizing legacy IoT devices using Edge of Network devices to send data to the Azure IoT hub and Machine Learning.
A Raspberry Pi-based weather station that measures temperature, humidity and pressure using the Astro Pi Sense HAT and uploads the data.
Driving the LEDs on the Astro Pi in Windows IoT. The LEDs are meant to be showing the Raspberry Pi logo.
Use an iRobot Create 2, LIDAR, voice recognition, and pathfinding algorithms to create a robot that will navigate you around a building.
Monitor your campus with SeeeduinoCloud and Microsoft Azure services.
Control lights through smart phone/computer, azure, RPI 2 model B, Windows IoT. motion detecting lights that turn on only at night..
Build a football-kickin' robot and challenge your friends on the pitch! Customize it to gain an edge on the competition.
It is very basic application how to use sensors on FEZ HAT for Raspberry Pi and Azure IoT Hub. You can use this concept for IoT projects.
Control your lights from the comfort of anywhere.
Using the Photon's built in ADC and TCP capability, you can generate a sub millisecond oscilloscope view on a Windows client.
A household device that will replace the typical forgotten paper to-do-list, automatically updating household members of tasks.
This example demonstrates how to leverage Particle Core and Microsoft Azure to create a weather station using the DHT11 sensor.
Uses C# and the UWP to poll a Honeywell HIH6120 for the data and then performs the math operations to the data received.
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