Unfortunately, Siri doesn’t come pre-programmed for Roomba, but it can be easily added using Shortcuts and IFTTT. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to add Roomba to Siri so that you can control it using your iPhone, iPad, HomePod, or Apple Watch.
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If you want to learn how to parse JSON files using Arduino, then you’ll want to read this tutorial.
Want to add tech to your home? Then you’ll want to check out this list of home automation ideas.
Recently I shared tutorials on using BME280 sensor and OLED Display with Arduino. I recommend you check it out if you haven’t already. In this article, we will make an indoor Arduino weather station. Previously, we made a simple weather station without sensors. But, for this project we will use an Arduino nano, a BME280 […]
Previously, I posted a tutorial about home automation where I showed you how you can control relays over the internet using an Android app. In this article, I will show you how to configure your home automation system using Google Assistant and an ESP8266. In this project, you’ll learn how to build a voice-controlled appliance. […]
Home automation is a trending topic these days so I wanted to share with you a new project. We are going to control AC appliances over the internet using an Android phone from anywhere around the world. I used an ESP8266 development board as the main controller. Here we will be using RemoteMe services. If […]
In this post, I will show you how to connect your NodeMCU or ESP8266 development board to the Internet, and control devices using a web browser. You can use it for a number of projects like, automation, controlling robots over a long distance, and much more. Before you get started checkout the previous article on […]
Have you ever wanted to make a simple weather station to see current weather condition? Do you have a YouTube Channel and want to gather the number of subscribers and the view count? Then, you’ll want to stick around for this tutorial. A lot of tutorials use various sensors and devices to get the data. But […]
I’ve had a bit of an Internet of Things (IoT) bug the last couple of weeks. For those of you who are new to the blog, welcome! I’m glad you’re following along with my tutorials. Hopefully, you’re making some cool things! Before we dive right into prototyping and code, and whatnot, I wanted to provide […]
I had this neat idea to control a mobile robot using Node-RED. Before creating the Node-RED dashboard for a robot, I wanted to create something simple as a proof of concept. And, in this article, I’m going to share with you how to configure Node-RED with the Wemos D1 Mini using MQTT. I recommend you […]
Learn how to use dweet.io and freeboard.io to create real-time dashboards for your IoT projects.
Last week, we looked at fetching data from dweet.io using Python. Then we found a way to retrieve data and store it in a local database. In this tutorial, we’re going to create our own electronic device and publish data to dweet.io. Hardware for this project You will need a WiFi-compatible controller to complete this […]
In the last tutorial, we fetched data from connected devices published on dweet.io. Now, we’re going to create a Python script to grab device data for a database. If you haven’t read the previous tutorial, I recommend completing that before attempting this one. This tutorial is most suitable for those who are familiar with SQL databases and […]
Hello and welcome back to this week’s Learn Robotics tutorial! I’m going to preface this article by saying, man, did I dig myself into a bit of a hole with this one! For those of you on Instagram, I posted a video saying I was going to build and program a Wifi-connected robot using a […]