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The Evolution of the Intelligent Wireless Pedometer

The Evolution of the Intelligent Wireless Pedometer

In the ever-evolving realm of fitness technology, the intelligent wireless pedometer emerges as a sophisticated tool for monitoring and motivating an active lifestyle. This commentary delves into the potential of this project, exploring its functionalities, benefits, and future possibilities. Stepping Up from Simple Steps: Beyond the Traditional Pedometer Traditional pedometers, while effective in basic step […]

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Advancements in Networked Biometric Authentication Systems

Advancements in Networked Biometric Authentication Systems

Introduction: With the growing imperative to safeguard data and premises, the biometric authentication sector is witnessing significant market expansion. Our endeavor focuses on creating a scalable, compact, and efficient device tailored for securing doorways within a complex. Leveraging a FingerPrint Cards capacitance-based fingerprint scanner, our system employs an ATMega32 microcontroller for data capture, storing the

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Web Page Shows Status of Temperature Sensor

Web Server Implementation Using AVR Embedded Technology

ABSTRACT Computer communication systems, particularly the Internet, hold significant sway in our daily lives, offering numerous conceivable applications. This web server project aims to store a small web page in the Microcontroller’s Flash memory, enabling users to control devices connected to the Microcontroller via the webpage interface. Furthermore, an LCD connected to the Microcontroller facilitates

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Raspberry Pi IoT device RASa.

A Simplified Secure Programming Platform for Internet of Things Devices

INTRODUCTION The Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become very popular in various critical and non-critical usage fields. Many people have started to use IoT devices realizing their benefits in their lives and scientific research [MSPC12, CGOF13].Because of the popularity of IoT devices, developers gravitate toward the development of IoT applications. These applications utilize IoT

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Wireless Sensor Network for Energy and Environmental Monitoring. Helping Old Buildings Go Green

Wireless Sensor Network for Energy and Environmental Monitoring: Helping Old Buildings Go Green

I. Introduction Today, the rising cost of energy and social trend of ÔÇťgoing greenÔÇŁ has put increasing pressure on commercial property owners to improve the efficiency of their investments. There is good reason for this, too. In the State of California, office buildings represent the single largest user of energy in the commercial sector (Efficiency

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10 Channel Wi Fi Switch for Smart Home

10 Channel Wi-Fi Switch for Smart Home

This device can help you automate your home, backyard, or whatever you want. Step 1: Gather the Components To build this device, you’ll need: ESP8266 x1; 4-stage ripple (binary) counter (I can suggest SN74LS93N) x1; 14-stage ripple counter (CD4020BE is the best choice) x1; Latches (SN74LS75) x6. Since each SN74LS75 consists of 4 latches, only

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3D Printed Ethernet Telescope

3D Printed Ethernet Telescope

I’ve seen┬áPiKon. it’s great. i want make it. not original but add function!! so I made Ethernet Telescope. it’s Project name is┬áWIZKon Telescope┬á!! : ) Step 1: Prepare Material Need these… 3D cad file┬á: i published below site ->┬áLink mbed┬á: i use WIZwiki-W7500 or WIZwiki-W7500ECO ->┬áLink Serial Camera┬á: i use LJ-DSC02, found this site ->┬áLink

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Network Connected Lamps IoT for Beginners

Network-Connected Lamps (IoT for Beginners)

A project for someone who lights up my life… As a Christmas present (albeit an extremely late one now) for a long-distance friend, I wanted to build┬álamps that could “talk” to one another, as in “reflect each other’s color animations when simulated.”┬áThis involved a lot of frustrated screaming into pillows, late night confusion on why

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