The Internet of Things is now ubiquitous, but even twenty two years after its introduction, much of it, even the simplest parts, remain much less customizable than many of us would like. Luckily, most of us (yes, you!) can do something about that.
A project for keeping track of the days when it's anything but easy.
This is the third post in my ongoing ESP32 Relay Web Server project.
The trials of setting up a Web Server with Bootstrap, SPIFFS and ESPAsync.
Terrify your coworkers! Annoy your friends! How many people in upper management can I frighten without losing my job?
Let's take a look at the basics of APRS and how it fits into a development and prototyping toolkit.
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The creation of an automatic light switch using infrared tripwires.
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A new guide shows you how to enable remote desktop on your Raspberry Pi.
It took a year to take a mess of wires, hardware and WiFi dependency and turn it into a new solution to monitor plants and the environment anywhere without a WiFi password. This is BLE-IOP.
By default, the Raspberry Pi is used like a computer, where you need a keyboard, mouse and monitor. Here are some other ways to configure it.
Using a ESP32 Thing and a WiFi camera to create a robot that you control from your browser.
Using the Mind Wave Mobile+, Mort and I created a mind-controlled IoT...solution (?) with sockets, of course!
Students build Cheerlights display that changes color with tweets
A new shirt design, a new power relay for your IoT needs, and a revision to the popular RedBearLab Nano board. It's Force Friday!
Everyone seems to have an IoT software platform these days...here are three to try!
How a hamster ball and Blynk app can detect not only motion, but perhaps something paranormal?
Build an indoor visual weather display with LEDs and the Particle Photon!
Our new Simultaneous RFID Reader brings multitag tracking capabilities to the masses.