The lucky dip area will show you random projects that have been uploaded to Adam Milton-Barker's Projects Gallery.
The following information will help you set up your SD card and use it to boot the Edison, for this tutorial we recommend an 8 - 16gb SD.
Using the TechBubble IoT JumpWay WebSockets sample to control an ESP8266 using MQTT.
InceptionFlow is an object & facial recognition Python wrapper for the Tensorflow Imagenet example and integrates IoT connectivity using the TechBubble IoT JumpWay Python MQTT client.
This tutorial will help you to build a Raspberry Pi that allows you to train a Haarcascades model, detect recognised/unknown people, optionally monitor the camera in near realtime via a stream, and communicate with the IoT JumpWay sending sensor and warning messages that will allow your device to autonomously communicate with other IoT devices on your IoT JumpWay network.
Want to turn your Intel® NUC DE3815TYKE, or any Linux box running Ubuntu into an Artificially Intelligent, IoT Connected CCTV Hub? This tutorial is for you!
The tutorial will allow you to set up an IoT alarm system that is controlled by the TechBubble Technologies IoT JumpWay.
TASS is a state of the art IoT connected computer vision server and API for advanced home and business security and automation.
TASS PVL is an open source version of TASS that allows developers to integrate industry standard computer vision into their projects.
The Arduino MQTT examples allow developers to connect their IoT devices to the TechBubble IoT JumpWay MQTT Broker and control them using applications
Build and train a convolutional neural network that can identify Darth Vader & Yoda on the Intel AI Devcloud (Colfax)
IoT intruder alarm system on an Intel® Arduino 101 with DFRobot LCD Keypad Shield, connected to the IoT using the IoT JumpWay MQTT Library.
The TTM Device is a temperature and humidity sensor device created on an ESP8266 12F and uses the IoT JumpWay for its device to device communication. This is not yet a completed tutorial, but it should give you a good start as it is so far.