Welcome to IOT SERIES ON NODEMCU .In this series you will learn to program the NodeMCU ESP8266 with Arduino IDE .This series also contain the role of node mcu on developing different IOT projects.
Hi Guys today in this tutorial I will teach you how to make your Arduino talk without any external module. Here we can use this in numerous projects like speaking thermometer, Robots and many more. So without much wasting time let’s start this project.
In this video I build, flash and program the FreeDeck an Arduino based Stream Deck alternative.
Hello guys i have prepare this short DIY video on Solar Tracker which is very useful of solar panels / solar cooker and solar umbrella to adjust its self towards sun sunlight this system works with the help of 4 Light Dependent Resistor Each on four corners . So when ever the light gets blocked on corner the the servo rotates towards the light so the LDRs will be Parallel to source of Light You can follow this video and prepare this project for your schools Science projects and after a simple modification you can connect it to internet device and measure luminous intensity of light and monitor the battery charge and output voltage of your panel and you can use it as advance project.
When talking about Wah-Wah pedal effect emulation, it won’t be complete if you don’t have an expression pedal controller to rock your feet up and down so you can Wacka-Wawa. Luckily, you can build one by yourself for cheap and easy. Here it is, but be careful and have fun!!
The RGBDuino is an Arduino Uno compatible board with 2 built in 5050 RGB LEDs , a speaker, and LEDs on the digital output pins. Check out my review and comment below if you’re interested in getting one for FREE!
In this video we will learn how to build an Arduino CNC foam cutting machine. This is a typical DIY CNC machine because it’s made out of simple and cheap materials, some 3D printed parts and it has an Arduino as a controller.
This unit is capable of indicating the water level of a tank using ultrasonic sensor readings. Levels are indicated by color changing WS2812 LEDs and critical levels and errors are further indicated by beeper alarms.
You walk up to an invisible lock that only you have the key for, and open it without even touching it. Sounds cool? Today we are going to build a simple RFID-based smart lock using an Arduino as the backbone and a few cheap components.
The technology behind this project is already used in many industries. Anyone who has worked in a modern office or used public transport will probably have used it every day. RFID (radio-frequency identification) identifies data stored on a chip in a card or dongle, and compares them to a list of tags that have already been scanned.
Home Automation Project using ESP 32 using Google assistant.
ESP 32 /ESP 8266
For Arduino Code : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VjV8…