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This project is a sequel of my earlier project ESP32 Cam project which was used to project a video from an ESP32 Cam to a network. By connecting a computer to that network and calling the IP address of...
In the world of Internet of Things (IoT), it is important to test the viability of a project concept as the  ecosystem- device, network, people and cloud backend- is still maturing. Be it a retail, agri,  consumer, industrial or...
All smartphones are capable of taking pictures, storing and re-display. Therefore, creating another camera is not a very popular task to be considered seriously by anybody certainly not for me. But if using a few discrete items like an...
It also features a 9-axis IMU and digital microphone that can be effectively implemented for a range of IoT applications Combining the power of Raspberry Pi and ESP32 to help users develop compelling Edge AI projects is the new UDOO...
Sockets, boards and wires generally receive a limited supply of electric current. Any 'current overdraw' from them via thin wiring can result in a short circuit. Therefore, real-time power usage monitoring for each socket is required to identify the...
This IoT-based project monitors soil moisture, temperature, and humidity levels near plants and light intensity near the control station. It turns on water solenoid valve when moisture level goes below the threshold level. Its vibration sensor detects movement or...
ESP32 board comes not only with Wi-Fi but also with classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). To interface the ESP32 development board with Arduino Uno, you can start with a simple application such as a temperature monitor using...
A low cost drone equipped with a camera opens up many new possibilities with respect to their applications such as crop monitoring, video surveillance and recording, and many more. However, such drones come at a very high cost (5...
The MP3 shield that has come from aliexpess for a mere $1.3 a piece was lying on the table for quite some time as I was really not able to find a spare micro SD card to check out...
Espressif Systems' latest module provides developers the ease to build Alexa-compatible devices It is based on the company's SiP device that improves control efficiency Espressif Systems has launched a new wireless module called ESP32-PICO-V3-ZERO, also named "Alexa Connect Kit...
 
 

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