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Nowadays smartphones can be used to control a host of electrical and electronic devices including motors, music systems and lights. Here we present an Arduino based robot car, which can be controlled using an Android smartphone having ArduinoRC application...
In this video, the presenter will teach you how to install Google Assistance also known as Google home on your Raspberry Pi Development board. The complete process along with the Python code is given in the video itself. Courtesy: Novaspirit Tech  
Android phones usually come with a decent amount of storage, but can still run out on memory. Let us see how you can get more storage on your Android device(s). Back up photos and video to Google Photos. Photos and video...
Presented here is a smart notification system for a door sensor, motion detector, fire alarm and doorbell using Raspberry Pi (RPi) and Pushover app. The project triggers an event through various sensors and sends notifications to your smartphone. Sensors...
This project describes how to build a surveillance camera based on Raspberry Pi (Raspi) that records HD video only when something moves in the monitored area. Live feed can be viewed from any Web browser, including one on a...
Presented here is a project that lets your Raspberry Pi (RPi) turn into an IoT based smart camera and then control and watch live video being captured by this camera on your smartphone from anywhere on the planet. You...
GPS and sensor technologies have been evolved over the past decade in the global market of transport and navigation. These technologies lead the world for more safety of people and vehicles. The current technology provides the information of route,...
This Wi-Fi controlled robot can be controlled from anywhere using the ARMA IoT shield for UNO and the Blynk App which provides the user interface. Overview Simple WiFi Controlled Robot Using ARMA IoT and Blynk! This project uses an Arduino Uno connected...
LCDs are widely used in applications like token-display machines in smalls and supermarkets, order number displays in restaurants and café, and so on. The project presented here demonstrates the working of Arduino based message display on LCD using Bluetooth. Circuit...
Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820A (an automotive grade version of the 820), the Android in-car concept doesn't have an official name. This automotive variant of an Android N operating system natively running in a car would allow carmakers to develop infotainment systems that...