IoT Projects

Bluetooth WFH Stress Monitor


If Slack notifications are making you anxious, this project monitors your heart rate (along with your office’s environment) and sends a notification when you need to take a break. -

Three WiFi Meters built for Arduino and ESP32


An art project which provides three ways to physically communicate information about the invisible WiFi networks all around you. - GitHub

Home Assistant Controller with MacroPad


Using a USB keypad to control IoT smart-things over a local home network. - Adafruit

Pet Food Monitor with Computer Vision


Determining the level of a cat’s food bowl using computer vision. - projects-raspberry

Hacking the Things Network Indoor Gateway


Tinkerman cracks open the Things Network Indoor Gateway, a low-cost indoor LoRaWAN gateway, and experiments with everything from adding an external antenna to peeking at the firmware. - Tinkerman

Smart Farming System


An indoor smart-agriculture system with automatic watering and an dashboard for monitoring. - An indoor smart-agriculture system with automatic watering and an dashboard for monitoring. - [GitHub](

Helping Parkinson’s Patients with AWS IoT


A device that can monitor Galvanic Skin Response, Microphone and Gyroscope data, and send it to AWS cloud. - Hackster

The 603-200 Watch


An ESP32-based watch project with 4 concentric circles of LEDs (200 total!). While inspired by TokyoFlash, this watch aims to be a “fully modern connected watch”. - HackaDay

IoT News and More!

Build a no-code IoT project with ESP32 and WipperSnapper


Last week, we added a new board to WipperSnapper – our no-code IoT project interface for WipperSnapper now supports the ESP32 platform. - Adafruit Blog

Can IoT Help Catch Wildfires In Time?


An investigation into IoT solutions for monitoring wildfires in the Western United States. - EETimes


The commercial use of the Raspberry Pi is introducing security issues with new EV chargers. - Adafruit Blog

Adafruit IO News

Get a beta invite to WipperSnapper


Wippersnapper is a new no-code IoT interface for Adafruit.IO – it lets you turn any WiFi-capable board into an IoT device without any programming. Simply select what devices are connected to which pins on the hardware and it will auto-configure the firmware and even create an IO feed for visualization.

How can I get an invite to the WipperSnapper Beta?

First – You’ll need a compatible board to use with WipperSnapper. WipperSnapper currently supports the following hardware: Metro ESP32S2, FunHouse ESP32-S2, MagTag ESP32S2, ESP32, PyPortal, Metro SAMD51+AirLift.

Then – Navigate to the official Adafruit Discord Server and post in #help-with-adafruit-io that you’d like a WipperSnapper beta invite. We’ll message you over Discord with further instructions!, the IoT Platform for Everyone

Sign up for our IoT Platform, Adafruit IO (for free!) by clicking this link. We don’t have investors and we’re not going to sell your data. When you sign up for Adafruit IO+, you’re supporting the same Adafruit Industries whose hardware and software you already know and love! You help make sure we’re not going anywhere by letting us know we’re on the right track.

Support Adafruit


Here at Adafruit, we sell all of these amazing components, but we couldn’t find a good way to interact with them over the Internet. So, we decided to create our own IoT platform, and that’s Adafruit IO. It’s built from the ground up to be easy to use and platform agnostic (connect any development board or device!). For those who want to get a project off the ground without programming - Adafruit IO offers a No-Code interface for building IoT electronics projects using WipperSnapper, our open-source IoT firmware. Support Adafruit’s open-source development by subscribing to Adafruit IO Plus, the upgraded, all-systems-go version of the Adafruit IO service.