A standalone off-grid LoRa pager/messenger device for the end of the world. :-)
Use MicroPython to connect your M5Stack to WiFi or a device to AP and create a simple web page to control some functions of the M5Stack.
GPS logger that stores your location into a GPX file with a back end web server to view daily rides, add comments and multi-media files.
A modular WiFi smart thermostat that doesn't need you to maintain any infrastructure: deploy it everywhere, integrate with everything.
m5WebRadio is a sketch to play web streaming radio station on a M5Stick-C esp32 module: A $13 esp32 net radio player.
Make cool App controllable projects with ease by combining M5Stack, Tuniot and MIT App inventor.
I made a Blynk-controlled mini car using M5Stick-C. Pretty good!
I tried sound signal communication with Chirp using M5StickC.
A portable PM meter.
M5StickV and M5StickC with HID Bluetooth Wireless or Atomic QR-Code reader
There are bound to be times when you need to add music or SFX to your M5Stack projects. Here's how to do so with MicroPython.
Use your M5Stack ESP32 Basic to receive little Logo programs via MQTT and show the results.
Out of the M5Stack family only the M5StickC has an inbuilt RTC. Here's how to add one to your other M5Stack devices
Play any animated GIF file from SPIFFS directly onto TFT screen as-is, WITHOUT converting to RGB565 or PROGMEM as script.
Gamepad (prototype) based on M5StickC (ESP32 Pico) with I2C joystick module, dual button unit, and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity.
Use your ATOM Matrix to receive text via MQTT and scroll it on the RGB LEDs.
Make your plants smart and monitor water, temperature and humidity!
M5StickC + Angle unit = Protractor (detecting range: 0-180 degrees）
FIRST OTP BASED ON M5StickC for 2FA
Using M5StickC on RoverC and JoyC with M5Atom attached to display direction of the RoverC.
A minimal library book management system emulation program.
Using UIFlow and Blynk to complete the interaction experiment
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.
Use Bluetooth serial to program omnidirectional movement sequences. Make a game out of it and try to guide the robot around obstacles.