To control the measures of safety regarding the Covid-19 guidelines and to maintain proper safety we building a Pandemic Smart System
At Akihabara Hackerspace, we have automated the ventilation process with CO2 monitors, a fan, AWS IoT Edukit, and IoT-related AWS Services.
All in one smart IoT dashboard for care home logistic and personnel management
Device to detect if person is wearing mask and having healthy heart rate using M5Stack Core2, ESP32CAM, AWS IoT and Edge Impulse
A Robot which dances and guides with your medice schedule to cheer you up all day.
It detects Fruits and Vegetables and suggests recipes based on the detection.
Easily and INEXPENSIVELY control a bunch of outlets using your voice!
[OUTDATED] Having Amazon Alexa, via an Amazon Echo, control a Google Chromecast via a Raspberry Pi running a Python script.
Home Automation using Particle and Amazon Echo
With Alexa Voice Service (AVS) and Alexa Home Skills we can enable this mirror to become smart. And this is just the beginning.
WaterPi tracks critical metrics about the houseplant, visualizing those metrics with charts, and waters the plant remotely.
Use the Ionic framework to build an app that can control your hardware or hit any REST API.
Control your rgb kitchen lighting with Alexa and Photon.
This is a step by step guide to getting the AWS IoT Button to access IFTTT's Maker Channel.
Set up your Arduino and Raspberry PI to control lighting and animation on an RGB led strip via AWS IoT and Alexa voice commands.
Text anyone at anytime without even holding your phone or type a single letter with Alexa Messenger.
An automatic pill dispenser aimed to ease the lives of the elderly and disabled persons.
Build your own Arduino-powered light switch that can be controlled using Amazon Alexa.
Amazon Echo to make my home smarter.
I am going to show how to use Amazon Echo to control IoT devices via HTTP protocol. Turning on/off a light bulb is an example.
Run scripts on your RPi/Linux device when voice commands are issued to Alexa. An AWS account is needed but the free tier is used (no cost).
A pantry which can automatically replenish kitchen items.
Small, and easy to use devices, to monitor temperature, humidity, noise levels, luminosity and atmospheric pressure across a city.
Tired of your ordinary Junkers/Bosch room thermostat? Or is it giving hiccups like mine? Time for an upgrade!