I have updated the "IP Camera" and "Camera Microphone" firmware to the new revision with two new features:ESP32-Cam Time Lapse + AVI Export
"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + touch sensors + strength + sound detection...
An Arduino-based robot drummer. It works with a transistor noise-generator and an arrangement of servos hitting a can and a pair of piezos.
Here We are going to make a light cube which will change color accordingly with surrounding sounds. This work is featured in Hackspace mag
Sony Spresense Board + NodeMCU + Google Firebase + Android Studio
Senso is a device that detects deforestation using sound analysis detecting machines used to cut down trees and warning the authorities.
This is a project I built and showcase here. It represents my virtual Best Wishes for these holidays, to all the community members.
With this source code, an ESP8266MOD (ESP12) module and a microphone module, build a 80kbps WiFi microphone (Record and live stream player).
Detecting DTMF encoded digit by capturing mic input with an Arduino Uno.
A touch sensor pad with sound sensor controlling AC/ DC lights.
Action cam built using Sony Spresense featuring video (JPEG), audio (MP3) and GPS recording.
Universal access prosthesis
With this Arduino source code, an “ESP32-CAM” module and the suggested circuit, make a "Spy Camera Microphone" to record video & audio.
I made a mask for Halloween. This mask has an eye of LEDs and its mouth flashes red. This mask drops children there in fear.
I made trick toy using circuito.io. A broken balloon is not garbage.
ESP8266 has an ADC input which is a 10bit analog to digital converter and this pin is the audio input for the "ESP8266 Audio Recorder"...
A plain vanilla MP3 player build with Sony Spresense board which has a display + 5 buttons for controlling volume/play/pause/changing songs.
The "IP Camera ESP32Cam" (or "SpyCam") project is an Arduino firmware (. ino) for the “AI Thinker ESP32-CAM” module to provide online streams
A smart, low-cost advanced driver assistance system powered by a Sony Spresense board.
In the new revision of the ESP8266 and ESP32 WiFi Microphone project (rev 2.0 WiFi Voice Recorder), I have added the voice recording feature
This project is to catch people in the act of making noise and sending out a signal to control something.
Add interactivity to an electric Christmas dancing hat.
Play list of favorite songs to animated lights and bobbing plush decor.
Make a music reactive led with no coding.