Hackster’s Handpicked Projects of the Week
An ePaper Network Monitor, a Greenhouse Alarm Cube, a DIY Voice HAT Bonnet, a Wireless PC Keyboard + More
Use PiSupply’s PaPiRus ePaper display to monitor your network with a Raspberry Pi.
This guide shows you how to set up Google Assistant in a Rasberry Pi using the MATRIX Voice or MATRIX Creator as a microphone.
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the ‘80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Make your own modular AIY voice HAT Bonnet for Pi Zero and other Pi boards.
A keyboard designed specifically for YouTube and Netflix on a PC.
Using AI to train face recognition through Nvidia Jetson and Walabot add extra security.
An outdated door buzzer system is upgraded by connecting a Raspberry Pi to enable a user to remotely unlock the door using their phone.
Use an actual Minecraft sword to control the character onscreen. When you swing the sword the sword onscreen also swings.
PiTextReader allows someone with impaired vision to “read” text from envelopes, letters and other items using OCR & Text-to-Speech.
The continuation of an older project. This time using a PIR sensor and an ESP32 to send an email every time that movement is detected.
Ever wanted to create your own crytpocurrency? This article will show you how to create one based on the latest Litecoin v0.15 source code.
Battery-powered, ESP8266-based Alarm Cube warns when there is no water pressure in the main water pipe, and neither electricity!
Control window blinds, lights, and monitor battery charging using voice command.
Explore the Alexa Smart Home Controls available in Virtual Breadboard. Learn the supported voice commands and how to discover them.
AmeQuest is an IoT-based game where players find and scan four RFID-enabled gems to unlock a treasure chest.
It is the smallest ESP32 board now. And it uses Espressif SiP ESP32-PICO-D4 chip, which has two cores, up to 240MHz for WiFi and Bluetooth.
A small, Arduino-based physical device that can perform different keyboard operations through capacitive touch sensing.
Connect a kettle to IFTTT to enable remote activation, notifications, and data tracking!
This device can remind users to drink water after a set time interval and can remind users when the water is at a right temperature for drink.
Use the ESP32 to play audio data from a custom stream.
The robots will sing and dance with voice command.