Take a $9 M5StickC, few lines of YAML configuration to build ESPHome, Home Assistant and start controlling your TVs and climates in minutes.
This simple project visualizes the current data of the coronavirus outbreak of different countries in real-time on an M5StickC.
(First?) Libra Watch & Hardware wallet. Built on M5SickC devices using KULAP libra services.
A modular WiFi smart thermostat that doesn't need you to maintain any infrastructure: deploy it everywhere, integrate with everything.
A portable PM meter.
Use your ATOM Matrix to receive text via MQTT and scroll it on the RGB LEDs.
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.
In this tutorial we’ll show you the most efficient and easy to use application of M5Stick-C as smart watch.
A watch on wrist is worth two in the drawer. Why not your own DIY watch with #M5StickC? A watch with good battery life and smart features.
This project replaced my daughter's old, broken night lamp. Its main components are: Atom Lite ESP32, neopixel strip, IR unit.
Use Bluetooth serial to program omnidirectional movement sequences. Make a game out of it and try to guide the robot around obstacles.
A simple ESP-Now doorbell using an M5Stack Atom Matrix and Core2 controller.
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.
An audio spectrum visualiser using the M5Stack internal mic or FC-04 sound sensor with the M5Stack core. Translated from a guide by macsbug
Tree style menu for M5Stack. Features SD updater, battery level indicator, on-screen keyboard, and more.
A simple watch (long stamina, 3 alarms, settings over Bluetooth and mobile application) with big potential. :) #M5StickC
I made a Blynk-controlled mini car using M5Stick-C. Pretty good!
Make cool App controllable projects with ease by combining M5Stack, Tuniot and MIT App inventor.
Hello, I created an alarm panel controlled by RFID, based on a M5Stack with RFID face. Communication is done via secure MQTT over WiFi.
I tried sound signal communication with Chirp using M5StickC.
Use your M5Stack ESP32 Basic to receive little Logo programs via MQTT and show the results.
It is possible to turn a lamp or fan on and off through an SMS message.
Out of the M5Stack family only the M5StickC has an inbuilt RTC. Here's how to add one to your other M5Stack devices
Gamepad (prototype) based on M5StickC (ESP32 Pico) with I2C joystick module, dual button unit, and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity.