Display quotes and synthesize speech on an Adafruit PyPortal using CircuitPython and AWS Serverless.
Having connected everything to everyone through e-commerce, Amazon now connects all things by participating in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Amazon Echo plays light music to help easy the stress of menopause.
What Do I Build Next? This time a RC Tank with a 4DOF arm controlled with a PS2 controller. Sounds easy... Not
Alexa Powered Lego Chess Player
In this project, I will show how to make a simple DIY Flappy Bird Game using Arduino in two minutes.
Rainbow colorful flashing RGB LEDs; Soldering practice for beginners or electronic hobbyist. Could be a nice present for kids.
Create a Twilio IoT hotspot for sending a SMS using AWS Lambda and the AWS IoT button inside a car.
I decided to create SoraHealth, a device with the ability to send a notification to get help quickly by just pressing a button.
This is a way to create your own alarm system without paying all the extra cash.
Control your car lights using Arduino.
A fun build for kids! An indicator that shows them what to wear based on the weather of the day.
Using an Amazon IoT Button and an instance of nio, show how to create a simple, custom IoT at home project.
The first Pokémon games were released in the US 20 years ago; take this quiz to find out if you’ve got what it takes to be a Pokémon Master!
Challenge your friends to guess the name of that crayon. The Echo buttons displays the crayon color. Have fun learning new crayon names.
School day mornings are crazy busy. Is today free dress? Did you pack your library books? Don't be late for carpool. Alexa can help.
Get a new fact every day with Amazon Echo.
Turn your refrigerator into a smart home IoT device using computer vision and voice.
Tired of manually moving your movies and TV shows between devices? now you don't have to!
Carrier/dev/breakout board for the NodeMCU, complete with deep-sleep, onboard DHT, level shifter, external sensor/servo header and V select.
Make an Alexa clone using Raspberry Pi 3 and use it to control IOT RGB Lamp (Arduino Nano + ESP8266) that supports Philip Hue commands.
Switch on your brain's creative potential with this hacked Dash button – a timer that keeps you in the hypnagogic state.
Second part of tutorial on how to build an Alexa Amazon Skill.
Tutorial on how to build an Alexa Amazon Skill.