Wemo’s launches W600-PICO that supports Micro-Python for only $2
W600 – PICO is currently the most recent board released by Wemos. The company is responsible for boards like the D1 and D32. This board is based on a Winner Micro - W600 SoC. The first time users had the opportunity to work with the chip when Seeed released multiple boards starting from...Continue Reading
New and Improved Geiger Counter – Now With WiFi!
In one of our previous tutorials, we examined the development of a DIY-Geiger Counter showing the efforts of “Instructable” user Prabhat who combined the ESP8266 with a touch screen display to create a truly intuitive version of his Geiger Counter. He recently created an updated...Continue Reading
SAMD21 MINI / Wemos D1 SAMD21 M0 Mini Development Board
Microchip / Atmel SAMD21 Arm Cortex-M0+ microcontroller has been around for several years and we have wrote for many boards using this microcontroller including the SAMD21 Lora Board and Minimal ATSAMD21 Board. Now, another SAMD21 development board has been shown up on Electrodragon...Continue Reading
iTRUBEC Minimonitor v1.0 – IoT for Bees
A beehive (and not only) monitor (temperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity and noise level) the size of a box of matches. iTRUBEC Minimonitor started as a side project to another our project - iTRUBEC - beehive heating - published recently. The objective was to build a tiny device...Continue Reading
YouTube Subscriber Counter with Wemos D1 mini
educ8s.tv @ youtube.com uploaded a new tutorial. Nick writes: Today we are going to build a DIY YouTube subscriber counter with a big LCD display and a 3D printed enclosure YouTube Subscriber Counter with Wemos D1 mini -...Continue Reading
Arduino ESP8266 Tutorial: Send an email easily with your Wemos D1 board using a PHP script!
educ8s.tv uploaded a new tutorial on their youtube channel. In this video we are going to learn how to send email using an ESP8266 based board like the Wemos D1. As you are going to find out it is very easy and it won't take us more than 10 minutes. Having a WiFi enabled board,...Continue Reading