This is a great weekend IoT project which uses the BeagleBone Green to display Temperature Humidity inside and outside your home and more..
An Internet connected device that controls servos and sends sensor (GPS/gyro/accel/compass) updates in real time over a GSM cell link.
Bring a building-sized digital clock to life using 129,600 independent RGB LEDs controlled by 72 BeagleBone Greens.
Amazon Alexa like device running on the Beaglebone.
X10 modules are cheap and everywhere, in order to integrate these modules into your DIY home automation system it is nice to have a bridge.
Getting Started with Safe Haptic Neuroprosthesis using the Haptic Cape for BeagleBone Green
A muscle and motion sensor controlled push bike turn and stop signalling system for safe riding at night.
An experimental skill for using Amazon Alexa to control Bose SoundTouch speakers.
An IoT Thing using the Amazon cloud that monitors and reports observed radio frequency spectral power and can be remotely controlled.
Concerned about IoT privacy on the cloud? Blynk offers an interesting option for improved security with a local server.
Counter from 0 to 9 in display of 7 Segments on Beagle Board with Node.js
Plug in the board, connect any drawing utensil of your choice, draw paper of your choice, and save your masterpiece digitally!
Using a BeagleBone Black, this coffee temperature detector works in an Internet of Things to create a comprehensive and useful display.
A hand-held synthesizer with cap touch buttons, various modes on a four-key drumpad, and a looper for on-the-go composing.
Do you want to use BeagleBone capes with Android? Here is how to get started.