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With coronavirus still active in all of the world everyone is still expected to wear masks everywhere. That's fine! But why do the masks have to be so boring? Let's make them fun. In this project I'll walk you through how you can make your own cyperpunk-ish mask.
A mind controlled flamethrower that works off of thoughts of fire: no need to try to control your meditation or concentration values. It uses a one dimensional convolution neural network to classify between standard and fire mind data. Take the code to make your own model and control your own projects with your mind!
Our 2WD smart line following robot is a mobile machine that can detect and follow lines drawn on the ground. Usually, the path is predefined and can be displayed as a black line on a white surface with a high-contrast color, or it can be invisible as a magnetic field.
The idea is to have complete volume control at your finger tips and bypass the unintuitive windows volume mixer. It’s very simple to do and is limited only, by the amount of Arduino inputs. Take control over your master, Spotify, chrome, or any other program/game you’d like. As to where you place it that’s up to you.
Everybody who has a pet know, how hard is to solve the feeding when we aren't at home. We also had this problem. We are going back to our hometown, on every weekend, but we can't bring our cat with us everytime. We leave there some food and drink for him, but he eat it on the first day. So here came that idea.