Pilot a Push6060 with ATOM and Tail485 with IUFLOW
In this tutorial we will learn how to program ESP32 M5Stack StickC with Arduino IDE and Visuino. Watch a demonstration video.
A wearable, sensor-packed ESP32 IoT device with TFT display.
In this tutorial we will learn how to get the date and time fron NIST TIME server using M5Stack StickC and Visuino, Watch the video.
A library to display texts on the M5StickC in any orientation. The display scrolls and wraps text lines automatically.
We developed a stereo web radio for the M5Stack with software, audio board, 3d printed enclosure and documentation.
"MiMaMori Alert" is automatic security camera for your home. Automatic learning without teacher images, and notify if something is visitor.
My posture gradually gets worse when I work on a PC. I developed ”Bad Pose Detector" using by M5StickV, it notices sound and LED.
The M5Stick-V is an AIOT (AI + IOT) camera with machine vision capabilities.
This uses the stepper driven 6060 push and rs485. The movement is based on the tilt of the M5stick which is measured with the built-in IMU.
A low cost, simple to customise and program lone worker monitor or fall alarm.
Pilot Phillips Hue with M5Stick.
Simple setup of a Seeed Studio Grove ultrasonic sensor (not HC-SR04) in Arduino.
A robot that standing with steel linear of motors.
M5Stack user Yama-chan combined a Raspberry Pi Zero with the Faces Keyboard kit to make an awesome linux pocket computer.
Utilize a 6-axis IMU sensor SH200Q, to capture a magic wand motion.
This is a simple project using M5Stick and MicroPython in order to obtain data from the Hall sensors and temperature embedded in the chip.
Simple GPS tracker for M5Stack with informative display and several display options using the Tiny GPS ++ library.
An FM radio (RDA5807) powered by UIFlow. 📻
M5Stack and Micro:bit can control each other, thanks to the M5:Bit
Tilt left and right to move the ball
LidarBot is supported by UIFlow. Welcome to test!
This allows the display to be rotated to 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees at any time with no added overhead.
Make a simple watch device using UIFlow.