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WiFi Jellyfish Lanterns with WLED
Create your own luminescent jellyfish out of iridescent vinyl and NeoPixel LEDs. Easily add endless light patterns with the free, and easy-to-use WLED software, with no coding required. You can even make multiple jellyfish and sync them up over your WiFi network. – Adafruit Learning System
Using Plumbing Valves as Heavy Duty Analog Inputs
Alistair Aitchison of Playful Technology shows how to repurpose plumbing valves for use as inexpensive, heavy-duty, analog inputs. – Arduino
ESP32 Thin Client
A DIY thin client with a tiny keyboard and a 320×240px touchscreen display. – Hackaday
No-Code IoT Soil Sensor
A soil stake that monitors plant vitals using Adafruit’s No-Code WipperSnapper firmware. – Adafruit Learning System
Pothole Detection with Sony Spresense Camera
A project that uses the Sony Spresense module to detect and log the GPS location of potholes. – Hackster
IoT News and More!
Matter 1.0 is finally finalized — so what’s next?
Matter, the latest smart home standard, opened for certification last month. Jennifer Tuohy writes about “what’s next” for this standard. – TheVerge
Home Assistant’s SkyConnect Dongle Offers Plug-and-Play Zigbee, Matter, and Soon Thread Support
SkyConnect, a $29.99 dongle designed to add Zigbee, Matter, and Thread support to a server running Home Assistant OS. – Hackster
Everything we know about the White House’s IoT security labeling effort
The White House is working towards a “national cybersecurity certification and labeling authority” for all electronics, including IoT devices. – arstechnica