Enter into the world of the Internet of Things (IoT) through the ESP8266 NodeMCU. Make your own connected device, set up a hotspot and create a local server on it. Send HTML codes to your local server and create a custom webpage that can display data from a sensor, or even control a motor.
Enable your ESP8266 to upload sensor data to the cloud. Access the data on your cloud and visualize the outputs. Use internet communication protocols like REST and MQTT to retrieve data from your cloud and develop your very own web application. Make your web application portable by incorporating a simple Android application to interact with your ESP8266’s web server.
Equip yourself with the basic skills needed to incorporate Python codes with Raspberry Pi, a very popular standalone system, and build your own application. Learn to navigate through the simple Linux-based environment on the Raspberry Pi. Enhance your coding skills with Python and its libraries and use the Raspberry Pi to perform various actions that are vital for IoT applications.
Let’s learn… let’s Machine Learn… Play with images and bring out your creative side. Integrate your image processing applications with a custom Machine Learning algorithm. Swim through the vast ocean of data, fill up your bucket with what you need and pour it into your Machine Learning algorithm. Teach your machine to make decisions and observe patterns in real-world scenarios.
3D printing technology is used for both prototyping and distributed manufacturing with applications in architecture, construction (AEC), industrial design, automotive, aerospace, military, engineering, civil engineering, dental and medical industries, biotech and many more. Besides, the hardware and the software are open-source and there is plenty of information available online through an active community.