Hackster’s Handpicked Projects of the Week
An Alexa-Enabled Smart Fan, a DIY Google Cast Remote, a Robotic Cat, an Analog Cryptocurrency Meter + More
BOFF is a smart fan, controllable by voice with Alexa Smart Home skills and featuring visualisation of environmental conditions.
A remote control for Google Cast devices such as Chromecast and Google Home implemented using Raspberry Pi Zero W and Pimoroni Button SHIM.
Create your own DIY virtual alike NEST thermostat to set and control the temperature of your home wherever you are from your desired device.
A programmable and highly maneuverable robotic cat for STEM education and AI-enhanced services.
A retro analog crypto meter powered by the Particle Cloud and a webhook API.
The PocketBeagle doesn’t have network connectivity out of the box because it’s a low-cost platform.
You will be able to create a small aquarium assistant which will switch on/off the light and control water parameters automatically.
Play rock, paper, scissors with Mycroft and Clarifai.
A connected pill dispenser to stop worrying about your beloved one’s medication.
This is an easy to build pet feeder with 2 timers and accurate portions delivered each time.
Make a smart kettle for under £60 using Alexa and Arduino.
An Adafruit FeatherWing expansion protoboard with SparkFun Qwiic connectors.
Windows 10 IoT Core on RPI based nRF24L01 field gateway which enables sensor nodes to securely & reliably upload telemetry to Azure IoT Hubs.
LED strip controller, based on the NodeMCU, complete with a 3D-printed enclosure and a PCB carrier board.
An automatic DIY photography turntable for all the techie photographers out there.
Roboquin’s speech synthesis and voice command recognition uses Amazon Alexa. Arduino is used to control its head and arm’s movement.
This digital clock speaks the time in two languages (English or Portuguese).
Anemometer or a wind speed measuring device is a common weather station instrument. They are costly, so build one!
Pan-Tilt Camera position Control over local internet, using Flask and Python.