WiFi Smart Power Strip With NodeMCU

This is an easy-to-do and quite cheap WiFi Smart Strip that can control 4 sockets independently from all around the world from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Everything you need is an internet connection. You can use it for christmas lights, or fan or everything you want to plug in! Things N…By: AlessandroA67 Continue Reading(…)


WiFi Propeller Boat II

After over 3000 hours of almost continuous printing, I decided to turn off the Ultimaker 3 Extended for a long overdo cleaning and maintenance. Surprisingly, after belt examination, pulley examination and tightening, cleaning and lubrication, only one part, the Y axis head bearing, needed replacing…By: gzumwalt Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


WiFi Propeller Boat

Summer is winding down in Oklahoma yet the kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews and, well, just about everyone we know are still in Lake Zumwalt to cool down. So for even more pool toy entertainment, I decided to design one final boat for the summer season, WiFi Propeller Boat.WiFi Paddle Boat is twin …By: gzumwalt Continue(…)


WiFi Controlled Christmas Lights With ESP8266

Have you driven by houses with fancy Christmas lights, often synchronized to music? Normally, these setups require commercial light controllers costing hundreds of dollars, commercial animation software that can also be quite expensive, a literal money pit for the average home owner.This Instructabl…By: TomHammond Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


WiFi Paddle Boat.

Summer is in full swing in Oklahoma and the kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews and, well, just about everyone we know is in Lake Zumwalt to cool down. My wife has purchased enough pool toys to fill Lake Zumwalt, so I figured I would join the pool toy fray with WiFi Paddle Boat.WiFi Paddle Boat is(…)


Wi-Fi Browser Controlled Robotic Arm (with Arduino and ESP8266)

Robotic arms kits are getting cheaper and cheaper. You can find different models online and try different methods to control them.This project is part of a series of tutorials in which I explore different methods for controlling a robotic arm.In my previous experiment, I used a Nintendo Wii Nunchuk …By: IgorF2 Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)