A library to display texts on the M5StickC in any orientation. The display scrolls and wraps text lines automatically.
Train a neural network model in 10 minutes, and use it on ESP32 with MicroPython to control a light switch. Everything done in browser.
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.
This is the war for getting the time...
This is a simple project using M5Stick and MicroPython in order to obtain data from the Hall sensors and temperature embedded in the chip.
Play any animated GIF file from SPIFFS directly onto TFT screen as-is, WITHOUT converting to RGB565 or PROGMEM as script.
Using M5StickC on RoverC and JoyC with M5Atom attached to display direction of the RoverC.
A simple IoT based Temperature monitoring system using M5Stick C and Qubitro IOT platform.
A wearable, sensor-packed ESP32 IoT device with TFT display.
A tool that helps makers and professionals level their FDM-based 3D Print Bed
Counting COCOA(COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application) around you with M5StickC
I made a watch using M5StickC.
I made a CO2 concentration meter for the purpose of room ventilation guide. The CO2 sensor is MH-Z19B, NDIR type.
M5StickC + Angle unit = Protractor (detecting range: 0-180 degrees）
I wanted to make a watch but also a wearable tool.
Will see how do develop an IoT product in less than 15 minutes by using Qubitro and M5Stick C.
How to program M5Stack products using UIFlow and have Thonny running to diagnose errors over USB.
Quickly adding a spooky eye to your project with an esp32 TFT module and an acrylic half sphere lens.
M5StickV and M5StickC with HID Bluetooth Wireless or Atomic QR-Code reader
As we step into 2022, let's take a look back at some awesome projects uploaded to the internet over the last 12 months.
In this project we will learn how to make a WiFi Scanner using a M5StickC ESP32 module to Display the WiFi networks around.
A very basic neopixel light show that employs fundamental coding, math, and loop iteration and throws in some basic MQTT fun
I built a device to display the name of the next person to receive a present on the TV to make the bestowment more fun and organized.