Exhibit: The Primal Display

This very simple protip connects an LCD to a Raspberry Pi to display any data you need, like readings from a temperature sensor.

Big Real-time Clock Using Arduino

This project demonstrates the use of electronics and embedded system with clock.

Merge: The Dyson Link

Do you have a Dyson Pure Link device and a weather station? Do you want to merge their functionality or just get Dyson readings? Here we go!

Getting Started With Powershell Iot & Sensehat - Temp Sensor

With this project, you will get a brief explanation about what's PowerShell, why I'm using it and how you also use it on your projects. I will guide you through how you can install PowerShell on RaspberryPi, getting started with it, and write a function to get temperature!

Smart Chromium Alloy Resistive Fabric

Automatically warm your neck and listen to music in style!

Dual Axis Solar Tracker Panel With Auto And Manual Mode

A solar panel that can rotate in two axis either automatically using four light sensors, either manually with the aid of two potentiometers.

Arduino Based Wireless Intelligent Water Irrigation System

This system monitors the weather and makes decisions about when to water.

Horus: The Weather Station

A Raspberry Pi-based weather station that measures temperature, humidity and pressure using the Astro Pi Sense HAT and uploads the data.

Smart Mirror (with Optional Alexa)

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

Get Data From Weather Sensor Using Python On Microcontroller

In this tutorial we'll see how to read temperaure and humidity data from a weather sensor using Zerynth.

Arduino to Smartphone Communication

Control Arduino from your smartphone or laptop using Bluetooth.

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.

Temperature Controlled Night Light With Puck.js

If you've got a baby you're supposed to keep room temperature between 16 and 20 degrees Celsius - but how do you know at night? Here, we'll make a night light that changes color depending on the temperature.