Two wearable devices that become a fitness tracker using the NXP Rapid IoT prototyping kit, ESP8266 board and AWS. Alexa compatible!
Know your room environmental parameters (temperature, humidity, air quality, air pressure and light) by asking Alexa.
Speed Tap is a game of fast reactions and concentration for Amazon Alexa, using Echo Buttons, Lambda, and other AWS Services.
Dodge torpedoes as you hunt submarines in this multi-player interactive game for Alexa.
Build your own high-quality water sensor to monitor your pool or spa, using the Amazon Alexa to check on the status of your pool.
An Alexa enabled door lock with face recognition and remote control.
Internet controlled power strip with dimming capabilities
Get the best night's sleep by using Alexa and Arduino to monitor the conditions in your bedroom, make suggestions and help you sleep better.
"Alexa, ask my thermometer to make yogurt." No fiddling with thermometer settings, Alexa can do it for you.
Asset tracking is a trend, but this project intends to work in a decentralized way storing each action, event or alert in a blockchain.
Gotham is an Alexa-based tool that maps a novel real-time safety index on the street-level by aggregating OpenData and community feedback.
Use Alexa to control your Raspberry Pi Powered Cat Feeder. The cat feeder can also re-order cat food using Amazon DRS.
Always looking up stop IDs and trying to get arrivals, worry no more transit tracker to the rescue. Your commute will never be the same.
Use Alexa to control your Raspberry Powered Cat Feeder.
This Alexa voice-enabled smart mirror provides weather, traffic, & news. It also provides reminders, sends SMS messages and takes selfies.
A GPS tracker for your car, motorcycle, bike and flying saucer, with data storage and map visualization. Not too hard, but no easy either...
Who doesn’t like pictures of cute animals? Daily Cutiemals will send cute animal pictures straight to your email.
Being a parent for the first time is a big challenge. With the Baby Night Activity Program and a lot of sensors, parents will have new help.
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