Most Viewed Projects on Seeed Project Hub in August

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Most Viewed Projects on Seeed Project Hub in August

Post by lily.li » Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:58 pm

Hey Friends of the Seeed Community,

Here is a new entry of the Most Viewed Projects on Seeed Project Hub column. If you're new here, it is a monthly wrap-up of top 5 projects with most number of views and likes that have been uploaded to Seeed Project Hub, a platform that we collaborated with Hackster.io for all Seeed users to share cool projects with the whole community.
So, let's head to the top 5 viewed projects in August to see what type of cool tinkerings were popular on Seeed Project Hub!

Green Box: Fully Automated at Home Hydroponics System
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The Green Box is an automated hydroponics system that allows people to grow their own food with relatively 0 work and to promote sustainable living. Learn more details about the project here.

Smart Basketball Scoreboard
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What if an Arduino/Android solution was added to a regular basketball board to track the statistics of your basketball training workouts? Let's go for it! Learn more details about the project here.

The Zeus Electronic Weather Station (ZeWS)
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The Zeus Weather Station (ZEWS) is an initiative of the Harry Fultz Institute Open Source Club to promote open source hardware and software, and is an expanded implementation of the OSWS (Open Source Weather Station) project previously created to make students more aware of the global weather conditions. Learn more details about the project here.

Smart Electrical Power Analyzer
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The Smart Analyzer is an extended version of Oscillogram for Utility Grid with advanced resources: fft analysis on voltage and current. Learn more details about the project here.

Humidity Controller
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A simple device that makes controlling humidity and saving energy a snap. Operates as easily as a thermostat. Learn more about the project here.

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