DIY IoT Projects – From Basics to Advanced
Internet of Things” is one of the most used technology buzzwords of the current times. After all, who’d have guessed that one day we’d have access to technology that will allow us to connect commonplace objects – such as lights, kitchen appliances, door lock systems, baby monitors, and electrical appliances – to a centralized and integrated network and review film operate them from anywhere in the world.
The ‘Thing’ in IoT can be any sensor, actuator or any kind of device with built-in-sensors that can collect and transfer data over a network without manual intervention. The Internet of Things enables devices to communicate with each other and make decisions on their own without any human interventions. In this getting started guide for the Internet of things we are going to present some interesting project ideas that you can build to get hands-on experience. This list of projects ranges from some basic projects like controlling an LED from a webserver to advance projects like complete home automation projects. So, without further ado, let’s get into it!
- Controlling LED using NodeMCU and Google Firebase
This is a very basic project to kickstart your Internet of Things journey. As the name suggests this project guides you to set up a Google Firebase cloud and then control LED connected to NodeMCU GPIO pin wirelessly.