An IoT Thing using the Amazon cloud that monitors and reports observed radio frequency spectral power and can be remotely controlled.
This project enables ioT applications for your camper van. The central control unit consist of a Python GUI on a BBB.
If your'e looking to get started w/ Beaglebone or are trying to create an IoT device that doesn’t have to be dependent on a WiFi connection.
A classic toaster reflow oven built around the BeagleBone green. This oven is easy to tweak due to the Python based contoller with Web UI.
Control your spice rack using your voice!
Using a BeagleBone Black, this coffee temperature detector works in an Internet of Things to create a comprehensive and useful display.
We created a vi that can synthesizes different instrument sounds by generating different ADSR envelopes. Then deployed vi on the BeagleBone.
Publish Grove Temperature Sensor values collected by a BeagleBone Green to Artik Cloud.
Golf Ball dispenser for the laziest of golfers who don't want to even push a golf ball into position with their club!
Two TXS0108E ICs enable PocketBeagle to speak 5V... perfect for bitbanging and interfacing with your favourite retro computers!
Want to take your mind off of exams? This simple arcade machine will take care of your stress.
An alarm clock with a separate speaker forcing you to get out of bed to turn it off!
Tired of drinking your coffee too cold or too hot? Fear no more! This device can keep your coffee at the perfect temperature.
Create a paper football game board and add digital features and automation including scoring, possession, and a jumbotron.
Creates a optical illusion using multiple mirrors to reflect off each other, along with code to make LEDs bounce with music
Our system is designed to use computer vision to have an RC car follow a particular path and stop when it detects the color red.
LoopMaster allows you to create musical melodies or riffs, regardless of skill level or knowledge using "instruments" created in-house.
An implementation of Nikodem Bartnik's 3D printed dremel CNC with a 500W spindle and a PocketBeagle. Created for ENGI 301 @Rice Uni.
A wearable metronome device using vibration motors with adjustable tempo and pulse that reacts to the surrounding noise level.
Create a prototype security system with three sequential layers of security -- a dial lock, pattern lock, and keypad password!
This project takes a BeagleBone Black, and a LED Matrix display and creates a clock that also displays the current temperature.
A PocketBeagle device that alerts your phone through text when you go too far from it
Control lights and music for a Christmas wreath using a Beaglebone Black and a Blynk application!
Tracks and records the speed at which a golf ball falls into the hole. Provides audio and visual feedback. Also has a history display mode.