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Power through the holiday slump with this festive, EEG-reactive sweater!
Create ephemeral, data-rich light paintings in the air, using a motion sensor.
Build your own Internet of Brains with this wireless EEG hack!
This starter project helps you break the ice with your Pinoccio Scouts!
by Alex Glow on instructables.com
Team Cogitate's social radar displays people nearby as a set of glowing orbs
Control your TV from the Internet!
Send Bitlash Pinoccio Commands through Minecraft.
Better than neon: Eric and Bob's wireless sign makes a mega-party on mini-power.
Make a six-legged walking robot and drive it from the Internet!
Mesh-networked dramatic lighting, for life's special moments.
Control your music in Spotify or iTunes using some buttons, and a big switch!!
Run your wireless mesh forever with Adafruit's solar LiPo charger
by oracle-plasma-1 on discuss.pinocc.io
Add custom ScoutScript blocks in your virtual domain—then see the real-world effects!
by Gavin Dinubilo on github.com
Don't text and drive. Try texting to drive.
Do you have a sneaky visitor? Find out with a PIR sensor!
Control a Pololu Rover through custom scout script, a mobile device accelerometer, and Minecraft
See whether there is fresh coffee available, and be the first to grab it!
Control your Mac computer using Pinoccio, a few parts, and Node.js
Build capacitive touch into your next wireless project!
A simple tutorial on making buttons work with Pinoccio, in about 2 minutes!
Let's figure out how to send commands to our Pinoccio Scouts with Twitter, and have them tweet back their responses.
by Pinoccio on pinocc.io
We hooked up Pinoccio to a Pololu 3pi Robot to create an unmanned rover that can be driven via the Web.
Measure your water use with mesh-networked sensors at each tap and meter. Save water, save money, save life.
by Will Buchanan on instructables.com
A luminous, tactile demonstration of what the Internet of Things really means.
by Nate Turley on pinocc.io
The RGB LEDs on this wireless tie respond to MIDI, Web-based controls, or... pretty much anything!
by Hector Urtubia on mrbook.org
Use a couple of LEDs and a photoresistor to see if your plants are doing well
by Ryan Day on github.com
Does your nose itch when someone is talking about you? Find out with this Internet-enabled project!
A Pinoccio and Node.js powered door bot that will TEXT you when someone rings the doorbell
Dramatically order pizza from a switch on your Pinoccio
Using DHT22 Temperature and Humidity sensor with Pinoccio
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