A library for MicroPython for drawing tiles and sprites on an RGB SPI screen.
An indoor positioning system based on WiFi RSSI data to return to the right room of a hotel corridor. Maybe useless, but it works just fine!
LidarBot is supported by UIFlow. Welcome to test!
AI camera that automatically sorting out the garbage.
Loose meetings are a bad business culture in Japan. The device “NeckTimer” that can appeal to the surroundings casually solves on time!
Utilizing an M5stack Faces Calculator as a QR code EDC payment device.
A hand-washing timer with water sound detection, which uses the M5StickC's built-in microphone and does not require any external components.
Quickly adding a spooky eye to your project with a M5Stick-C and an acrylic half sphere lens.
This allows the display to be rotated to 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees at any time with no added overhead.
M5Stack ESP32 Basic Core based maker watch.
My posture gradually gets worse when I work on a PC. I developed ”Bad Pose Detector" using by M5StickV, it notices sound and LED.
Used StickC with ESPHap library to connect to HomeKit
Building a smart planting system using M5Stack to monitor the lights, humidity, temperature, watering your plant automatically.
This project replaced my daughter's old, broken night lamp. Its main components are: Atom Lite ESP32, neopixel strip, IR unit.
An expandable turntable created using M5Stack Products.
My family has eaten the pudding I have saved! Do you have such experience? I want to keep the peace of my home. I made pudding alert-V.
This is a calculator application that uses the M5Stack Faces Calculator module.
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.
Making a pulse oximeter with alert function based on M5Stack Basic and LPWA Network.
Measure the current value used by equipment using M5Stack and clamp type current sensor.
Let your house plant show you what its feeling with this simple project that uses M5Stack and a soil moisture sensor.
Use Bluetooth serial to program omnidirectional movement sequences. Make a game out of it and try to guide the robot around obstacles.
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.