A standalone off-grid LoRa pager/messenger device for the end of the world. :-)
m5WebRadio is a sketch to play web streaming radio station on a M5Stick-C esp32 module: A $13 esp32 net radio player.
A hand-washing timer with water sound detection, which uses the M5StickC's built-in microphone and does not require any external components.
To build a Nixie tube clock is a perpetual project on my mind. I wanted to see was made by software.
Using the M5Stack to visualize timeseries data of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Play any animated GIF file from SPIFFS directly onto TFT screen as-is, WITHOUT converting to RGB565 or PROGMEM as script.
A tool that helps makers and professionals level their FDM-based 3D Print Bed
Using M5StickC on RoverC and JoyC with M5Atom attached to display direction of the RoverC.
I made a CO2 concentration meter for the purpose of room ventilation guide. The CO2 sensor is MH-Z19B, NDIR type.
Modern times make modern solutions possible. Therefore, the step to a digital snow globe is not that far.
An IoT office assistant with "free, busy and lunch" indicators, Pomodoro timers and quick meetings with IFTTT and your calendar integration.
Train a neural network model in 10 minutes, and use it on ESP32 with MicroPython to control a light switch. Everything done in browser.
Control two servos using only one grove port on M5Stack products.
M5StickV and M5StickC with HID Bluetooth Wireless or Atomic QR-Code reader
Do you want to know when Santa Claus arrives without scaring the reindeer? It also works with the Wise Men!
Make your plants smart and monitor water, temperature and humidity!
M5StickC + Angle unit = Protractor (detecting range: 0-180 degrees）
Analog clock for M5StickC whose background can be changed with PNG file data.
Brownie is an AI camera app that allows you to automate your daily life with simple operation.
Using UIFlow and Blynk to complete the interaction experiment
M5Stack ESP32 Basic Core based maker watch.
Part 1 (this project): M5Stack Atom Lite (ESP32 Pico) that can be controlled by BLE or WiFi. Part 2: Android app to control the ESP32.
A "simple" binary clock for the M5StickC. Using NTP to set the time, and the RTC to display the time. No need to set a timezone either.
A very simple game for the M5 ATOM. The unit must be tilted to the right or left depending if more red or more green pixels are displayed.