IoT Projects

Solar-powered MailboxBot


An internet-connected camera takes daily pictures of the inside of fhuable’s mailbox and uploads them to an FTP server. - fhu-space

WeatherBot - 3D Printable Weather Forecasting Theater


An internet-connected weather machine that displays the current forecast using a miniature diorama - hackaday

ML Weather Station Predicts Future Air Quality


A DIY weather station that uses machine learning to predict future air quality readings. - hackaday

Home Applications Prototype


Bakken & Bæck developed a “technical prototype for a collection of apps which would allow you to teach your old furniture some new tricks, which you could then control to suit your own personal needs at your leisure.” - everydayexperiments

Off-Grid Raspberry Pi Pocket Cloud Server


A Raspberry Pi Zero W is turned into a portable off-grid NAS storage solution. - instructables

Wireless MIDI with nRF24L01


A hack to send MIDI data over nRF24L01 radio modules. This may be useful for artists who are limited by physical MIDI cables in their performances. - hackaday

Off-grid LoRa Communicator


“I started this project because I often travel in convoy with friends to remote areas where sending a simple WhatsApp message is impossible due to non-existent cell phone signal.” - hackaday

TshWatch, ESP32 Watch


An ESP32 e-ink watch with a real-time clock, skin temperature monitoring, pedometer, air humidity, and pressure sensors. - hackster

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WiFiWire – a I2C to UDP Bridge


WiFiWire provides a Wire (i2c) protocol able to communicate over AsyncUDP. You can have your program use a Wire (i2c) sensor/device, but it is communicating over a network rather than wiring. - Adafruit Blog

Cloning the AirTag


An experiment to develop an AirTag-clone. -, the IoT Platform for Everyone

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