Get an image of an analog meter with a camera and read the figures shown by the meter.
Using the M5StickC, we developed a product that allows you to wash your hands without touching the device.
As part of M5Stack COVID-19 Contest, I came up with fun idea to use blockchain and IoT to track people who checking in any places.
Make a doorbell for the front door with M5StickC and notify Slack when the button is pressed.
This is an example of using a triaxial accelerometer to determine whether a fish is hooked.
A digital wearable D&D dice roller using the m5stickC and UI Flow
When a specific user tweets a new tweet, it will appear on the M5StickC display and notify you.
A simple game using M5StickC. Display the block in HTML in a web browser and control the ball with JoyStick.
A standalone off-grid LoRa pager/messenger device for the end of the world. :-)
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.
A hand-washing timer with water sound detection, which uses the M5StickC's built-in microphone and does not require any external components.
(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.
To build a Nixie tube clock is a perpetual project on my mind. I wanted to see was made by software.
Using the M5Stack to visualize timeseries data of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
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.
Tree style menu for M5Stack. Features SD updater, battery level indicator, on-screen keyboard, and more.