This is a different type of video/demo than what I’m using posting. It’s what I’ve been learning lately, and I thought it’s cool so here is a wireless controlled LED on batteries. It’s a tiny WiFi device, that runs arduino code. It runs a HTTP server, which can be accessed, and control the LED.
I’ve made two videos for this, the first video is the demonstration video, in which I’m going to show exactly how it works, and won’t waste all your time. The second video is for those that don’t think it’s a waste of time, and it’s something they would try, meaning, it’s more detailed.
The cool thing about this though, is that I’m also showing you how to control it from outside your LAN. And also show you an android app I’ve built for it, to be easier to control it. Check the videos for more details !
(Shows only how it works, quick and easy.)
(Detailed video, focused on arduino, tomatousb, android, networking)
- ESP-07 DataSheet
- ESP-07 getting started guide
- Arduino official website
- Tomato shibby supported routers list
- DIY Ambilight
- Lock cracker
- Quadcopter video, code + schematics
- Raspberry smart mirror
- Balancing robot
- Radar (raspberry)
- SMS message, HTTP requests
- Video compilation of arduino projects