The Project aim to controlling the home appliances wirelessly using touch screen by touching at symbol of different devices Touch screen based Appliances Control System is used to control various electrical appliances in our home using a touch screen panel. This project can also be used in industries and colleges. We have used 2 relays in which we have connected one bulb and one fan. This project can control AC devices as well DC devices. User has to use a touch screen which acts as control panel for sending commands. These control commands are sent through a wireless RF communication module.
All the micro controllers have built in timer-counter. Timer means counting internal clock pulses and counter means counting external pulses. It can be used to generate time delay or PWM or counting. AVR micro controllers ATMega16 and ATMega32 have also three timer-counters. They have one 16 bit (T1) and two 8 bit (T0 and T2) timer-counters. Today we will learn how to use these T0/T1/T2 as counter – means how it can count external pulses or any other event. This article explains how to use T0 as counter. It counts frequency of external pulses connected to T0 pin (1).
This project gives details about the ability of the ESP8266 is not only limited to connecting to a WiFi network and exchange data to the internet, but it can also set up a network of its own by creating an Access Point and allowing other devices to connect to it.
This example demonstrates how to turn the ESP8266 into an access point (AP) in two different ways, one is using LUA scripting and other is with the Arduino IDE and serve up web pages to any connected client.
As every year passes, the planet is getting warmer at a faster than normal rate. Harmful emissions exhausted by industries and vehicles increase the heat retention capacity of the atmosphere which is leading to a global climate change. Although it wasn’t noticeable until the past few years, it has been catching up with us now.
Untimely floods in coastal areas, droughts in central areas, cyclones, depleting ice caps and rising sea levels are all signs that the current energy trends need to be changed.
Amazing, isn’t it? Raspberry Pi fuses with Google Search to become a part of your poetry world. Zach Gage accomplished this task in association with Glaciers, an art installation. Just like its natural counterpart, Glaciers took its own time to develop and is still developing as each of its constituent is developing and being sold.
Professionally, Zach is a video game creator who holds credits for some special titles like SpellTower and the most fearsome Lose/Lose. The man has already used Raspberry Pi for several other purposes, however, this one has come out as the most interesting one.
A glove that is used especially for VR games and a Unity3D plugin for Android that handle the communication between app and the glove are all you need to play. Arduino user Jubeso in a blog to “instructable” has precisely explained the building process of an input device for gaming that is own "Gravity Touch Bluetooth glove”. The glove is specifically designed to interact with augmented reality glasses like the Google Glass, Meta, Moverio BT or with the VR headsets like Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR, vrAse, Durovis Dive.
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a web server using Arduino and ESP8266 which is flashed with AT Firmware. ESP8266 WiFi modules come with pre flashed AT command Firmware. Before continuing with this tutorial you can go through the basics of ESP8266 and AT commands to configure it as a webserver in the following articles.
This step can be skipped if you are new to the ESP8266, and you bought the module newly, Since ESP8266 modules come with preloaded AT command Firmware.