Microcontroller-based Star Trek TNG operational display
Darian Johnson built a Star Trek: The Next Generation inspired terminal that displays the weather, indoor temperature, volatile organic compound strength, fitness information, and more. This is one of the nicest-looking personal smart-terminals we’ve seen and even features a resistor color-code chart and a current measurement tool. - HackADay
Fermenters Friend – Home Brewing Temperature Monitor
After making a brew, one needs to “let it ferment, trying to control the temperature range from an ideal of around 18-22 C”. They used a Cheeseboard ESP8266 development board to monitor the brew’s temperature as it ferments and display it on a LCD and online. - Adafruit
Vintage Terminal Home Automation Home
Repurposing a ADM-3A terminal as a home automation hub and display. - HackADay
DIY Alexa-Controlled Air Conditioner
Summer is heating up in the United States and this DIY solution allows you to simulate the IR commands of an air conditioner remote control using an ESP8266. The ESP8266 is connected to HTTP/AWS so it can receive and translate Alexa commands to control your air conditioner. - EspressIf
Kindle Home Assistant Interface
Minecraft Friend Notification Sign
This internet-connected sign lights up whenever your friends are online in your favorite Minecraft server. - Youtube
ESP32 Micropython Sensor and Web Server
ESP32-powered MicroPython sensor node also serves temperature data on its own web server. How2Electronics
IoT News and More!
free5GC - an Open-Source 5G Mobile Core Network
The free5GC project is building an open-source 5G mobile core (5GC) network. - Free5GC
ClusterDuck Protocol - LoRa, WiFi, and Bluetooth Mesh Network
The ClusterDuck Protocol is an open source firmware for mesh network internet-of-things devices based on LoRa radio and can include WiFi and Bluetooth compatibility. This is an interesting potential alternative for Particle’s IoT BLE Mesh users. - ClusterDuck
GNUHealth in a Box: Deploying hospital health systems with a Raspberry Pi
GNU Health, a “health and hospital information system” now has an image which can be installed on Raspberry Pi’s in remote areas without internet, nursing homes or laboratories. - GNUHealth
Adafruit IO Stats and more!
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