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Diy Electronic Horn For A Bicycle Or Car

The LM555 generates an electronic horn signal which is amplified by an LM386. The tone and gain of the horn can be easily varied. The horn can be used in a car, scooter, cycle, and motorbike.

Contactless Voltage Detector

3 Ways to Build Your Own Contactless Voltage Detector For Less Than a Dollar

Diy Musical Doorbell

Learn how to make a simple musical bell using the UM66T melody generator IC.

How To Make A Siren Generator

Learn How to Make a DIY Electronic Siren Generator circuit that can produce police car siren, emergency ambulance siren & fire brigade sound using the IC UM3561a Siren Tone Generator.

Washing Machine Notifications

Get your "dumb" washing machine talking to Google Home and Android devices - never forget about the washing again!

Youtube Subscriber Counter - Solderless, 3d Printable, Cheap

I've always wanted a YouTube counter for my channel but they often cost more than I wanted to pay and required a YouTube API key. This design is buildable for under £15/$18, does not need an API key and sits on top of a monitor, stands on a surface or can wall mounted.

Bitcoin Tracker Using A Raspberry Pi

The Bitcoin Tracker can display information such as Price, Bitcoins in circulation, No. of Bitcoins left to mine, Hash Rate, etc

Code Review Lamp

A colorful lamp to notify the developer team for pending code reviews.

Notifications From Your Dryer

Know when your clothes are dry

Sharing The Push Notifications Of Your Hardware

Share the push notifications of your hardware with family or friends

Add Push Notifications To Your Hardware

Use Pushbullet to notify you of whatever your hardware is doing

Iot Pool Monitoring With Thingsboard

This project will show how to monitor pH, ORP, and temperature of a pool or spa and upload the data to ThingsBoard.io's visualization and storage service.

Raspberry Alarm Upgrade

In this Project, my 20 years old alarm system gets an upgrade, email and SMS warnings replace the old phone calling notification.

Touched By Time – Cyborgism

I have no “sense of time - can I develop one? Tempo is a wearable device that feeds time data to my skin through vibration patterns.

Smart Mirror (with Optional Alexa)

A low cost and easy to build smart mirror with off the shelf parts.

Home Automation Lamp

A simple build of a sleeping room lamp which can wake you up with an artificial sunrise.

Plotly Graph For Sensly The Raspberry Pi Hat

Sensly is a portable pollution sensor capable of detecting the pollution levels in the air using its onboard gas sensors to collect information about the various gases present. We've developed the Sensly Hat for the Raspberry Pi. This is the section for all you graph lovers out there.
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