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An ESP32-based Wi-Fi controller for addressable LED strips is controlled via a mobile application as well as other methods such as voice commands, a phone call, and a Telegram bot. This controller is just an example of an ESP32-based smart device with ESPHome firmware, for which a modern mobile application is available.
iNi Rider is a car ride-sharing / pooling application built using flutter, utilizing the GPS capabilities of the Nordic Thingy 91 to collect the location coordinates of the cars. The location of the car is collected using the Nordic Thingy 91 via MQTT protocol to AWS IoT Core to showcase the capabilities of the nRF9160 SIP.
GPS and machine vision fused together to become a trending development for Agriculture Robot guidance systems. Robotic harvesting gives innovative solutions in robot mechanics to overcome environmental challenges.
With coronavirus still active in all of the world everyone is still expected to wear masks everywhere. That's fine! But why do the masks have to be so boring? Let's make them fun. In this project I'll walk you through how you can make your own cyperpunk-ish mask.
It is a smartphone-controlled face mask. The exterior parts are 3d printed. it is the first generation smartphone-controlled face mask. We can control putting on and putting off our mask using our smartphone.It uses ultrasonic sensors and node mcu(esp 8266).
Building house automatization with the Home Appliance application and interact with Android devices using Firebase platform in order to store the data. You will also learn how to use external Python scripts on the Java application, GPIO interfacing, and building a graphical user interface using TotalCross.