Take a $9 M5StickC, few lines of YAML configuration to build ESPHome, Home Assistant and start controlling your TVs and climates in minutes.
A hand-washing timer with water sound detection, which uses the M5StickC's built-in microphone and does not require any external components.
Train a neural network model in 10 minutes, and use it on ESP32 with MicroPython to control a light switch. Everything done in browser.
This project replaced my daughter's old, broken night lamp. Its main components are: Atom Lite ESP32, neopixel strip, IR unit.
An IoT office assistant with "free, busy and lunch" indicators, Pomodoro timers and quick meetings with IFTTT and your calendar integration.
A simple ESP-Now doorbell using an M5Stack Atom Matrix and Core2 controller.
Hello, I created an alarm panel controlled by RFID, based on a M5Stack with RFID face. Communication is done via secure MQTT over WiFi.
After I recently discovered how to play WAV files on the M5Stack, I thought it would be perfect to make a flashcard system.
The idea is simple, I would like to create Home Automation unit with something intelligent. So I combine M5StickV and M5StickC.
Make a doorbell for the front door with M5StickC and notify Slack when the button is pressed.
A watch that works with a small M5StickC Equipped with a minimum operating clock and automatic sleep mode, contributing to energy saving