Automated Home using Raspberry Pi 2 (Windows 10 IoT Core) and Arduino.
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A Home Automation system using a Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT Core including an App.
Build an automated door that unlocks itself using facial recognition.
Turn an LED on and off using Windows Remote Arduino.
A smart home solution to all your separated "smart" devices that you can host yourself, customize, and add functionality to.
This example demonstrates how to leverage the power of Windows 10 IoT Core, and create a weather station using the Sparkfun weather shield.
A simple Internet-connected application to query the status of a web API and use it's information to toggle an LED and put a pin on a map!
Simple to get started yet infinitely expandable.
digiPlant tweets and displays live and historical data collected by soil moisture, temperature, and brightness sensors.
Feed your family with 22 sqm greenhousing by combining permaculture, aquaponic vertical towers and IoT.
A clone of a popular Magic Mirror project completly rewritten for UWP, with voice recognition to show upcoming news.
Smart home system using MediaTek Linkit, Xbee, Arduino, Orange PI and Azure
Use a PID Controller to monitor a wheel's speed and consistently reach the desired RPM.
Security camera project using Windows 10 IoT Core
Raspberry Pi 2 and Windows 10 IoT Core Speech Recognition Demo. Uses some simple SRGS Grammar to create a Proof of Concept Home Automation
Hexapod using Inverse kinematics with a Udoo x86 brain, MQTT Remote control via xBox controller and video streaming (3d printed legs)
Scan and draw ruff sketch of distances ahead just like RADAR using UltraSonic Distance Sensor.
Use the DHT Temperature Sensors in C# code via a C++ Windows Runtime Component to implement a one-wire protocol on Windows 10 and the RPI2.
Windows 10 drone
This is one of my personal budget/project made for University
to graduate. This Airplane (UAV) is made fully homemade using only
Mirror with Face Recognition and Personal News
A cool drone controlled by a Raspberry Pi, a Windows 10 device and an xBox one controller over 4G network.
For makerspaces to keep track of tools and other items. Tag items with inexpensive RFID tags and track their physical locations.
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