An initial phase of remote irrigation system with raspberry B+.
It has already been upgraded with cloud controlled ESP8266.
Tracking your movements can save your life.
MajorKeys is a skill for Amazon Echo that recites one of DJ Khaled's keys to success whenever you feel they don't want you to win.
A wonderful skill called BibleBee which tells you amazing unknown facts about THE GREATEST MAN WHO EVER LIVED ON THE EARTH - JESUS CHRIST. L
Who doesn’t like pictures of cute animals? Daily Cutiemals will send cute animal pictures straight to your email.
We are using AWS lambda functions to update firebase. Then we will use an Arduino to carry out a task whenever anything on firebase changes.
Getting movie showtimes and tickets in a jiffy thanks to Alexa!
Ask ALEXA GOT Fan for every information about Game of Thrones TV show.
The Node is an audiophile streamer. However the convenience is hampered by the need to switch on/off the amplifier. This automates the task.
How are people feeling in Tokyo? What are happy people saying? We Feel Fine is an exploration of human emotion on a global scale.
Use EBT card to buy on-demand fresh food and online groceries with Alexa and Android.
An Alexa Skill that has been developed to allow you to ask Alexa for inspiring quotes by wartime leader Winston Churchill.
A tutorial to write a simple "Hello World" skill for Alexa - using Python and AWS Lambda,
Unfamiliar with Scottish politics? Know Your MSP aims to help you understand your MSP and constituency.
Learn about gamification principles and current research associated with adoption of it.
The physical world affecting the virtual world.
This robot is able to solve a maze.
Ask Alexa about California and it will tell you something interesting about it, every time.
Ever wanted to know the best song this week and learn how to develop an Alexa skill? Finally, you can, and be cool again!
"Hay Google" voice search & action with Qualcomm APQ8009 platform.
We made a connected maraca at IoT Hack Day: AWS Pop-up Loft London Hack Series Sponsored by Intel.
Lets you find out where rooms are when you first enter the Computer Center at the University of Arizona.