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Surviving-with-android - Source code related to the posts in the blog

  •    Java

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awesome-android-things - A curated list of awesome android things tutorials, libraries and much more at one place

  •    Java

A curated list of awesome android things, tutorials, libraries and much more at one place.Here you can find references about everything you do while android things application development. To the extent possible under law, Amit Shekhar has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

androidthings-mqtt-alarm-panel - Android Things Alarm Control Panel for Home Assistant

  •    Kotlin

This project is a MQTT Alarm Control Panel for use with Home Assistant's Manual Alarm Control Panel component. However, the application can be used with any home automation platform that supports the MQTT messaging protocol such as OpenHab, Node-RED, or cloud-based MQTT services. This project was built using a Raspberry Pi 3 and a 7" Touchscreen display running Android Things. The alarm control panel acts as an interface for your own home alarm system and allows for two way communication using MQTT messaging. You can set the alarm state to away or home, or disarm the alarm using a code. Your home automation system will controls the sensors or automation that triggers the siren or notifies users of possible intrusion.

adafruit-motor-hat - Android Things driver for Adafruit's DC & Stepper Motor Hat for Raspberry Pi

  •    Java

Android Things driver for Adafruit's DC & Stepper Motor Hat for Raspberry Pi. This is a port of the original Python library from Adafruit to Android Things. Please note this is still a work in progress, as only DC motors are supported (contributions to support stepper motors are most welcome though).




android-robocar - Build your own robocar, remote-controlled or autonomous, with Android Things.

  •    Java

Little remote-controlled and autonomous car built with Android Things. Check out our documentation.

android-things-distributed-piano - A distributed piano example using a Raspberry Pi 3, a Piezo and Google Nearby API

  •    Java

This code sample allows users to run a distributed piano on mulitple devices, which all connect to a device running Android Things dev preview. The Android Things device has a speaker plugged in to receive and play the notes from all the different devices. This code sample uses Google Nearby API to send notes to the Raspberry Pi 3. Please also note that this has only been tested on a Raspberry Pi 3, but should work on other boards too.

android-things-electricity-monitor - Electricity Monitor using Android Things and Firebase Realtime Database

  •    Java

For those who may not know, I live in South Africa, a country where we sometimes battle with electricity. Hey we even have a multitude of apps that give out "load-shedding" schedules. See here and here. While these apps serve a purpose, they are not so good when we have unplanned outages.


android-things-samples - Samples and projects for platforms running Android Things

  •    Java

The current version of this document assumes you have the Android Things installed on an Intel Joule or Intel Edison device and that you have Android Studio set up (and know how to use it to some extent). This is a walk through of how to execute the Android Things code samples on Android Studio. These Applications use UPM and MRAA libraries and run from Android Studio. These examples are a good starting point for developers to write android applications using UPM and MRAA. With these templates developers can extend to multiple sensors. Each sample is an android module that can be run independently.

androidthings-drivers - Android Things open source peripheral drivers

  •    Java

Sample peripheral drivers for Android Things. NOTE: these drivers are not production-ready. They are offered as sample implementations of Android Things user space drivers for common peripherals as part of the Developer Preview release. There is no guarantee of correctness, completeness or robustness.

androidthings-pio - Android Things user-space PIO

  •    C++

Sample PIO for Android Things. NOTE: these PIO are not production-ready. They are offered as sample implementations of Android Things user space PIO as part of the Developer Preview release. There is no guarantee of correctness, completeness or robustness.

androidthings-googleassistant - Integrate Google Assistant into Android Things

  •    Java

This codelab shows how to call the Google Assistant API from Android Things using gRPC. It records a spoken request from the connected microphones, sends it to the Google Assistant API and plays back the Assistant's spoken response on the connected speaker. You can get started with the codelab to learn how to set up and run the sample.

androidthings-peripherals - Codelab and solution for the Android Things Peripherals

  •    Java

Codelab and solution for the Android Things Peripherals

androidthings-weatherstation - Codelab and solution for the Android Things Weatherstation

  •    Java

Codelab and solution for the Android Things Weatherstation

vision - TensorFlow Image Classifier + TTS for small devices

  •    Python

Blind people have an immeasurable curiosity about the world around them and one of the major obstacle faced by them in their daily life is identifying what is present in front of them. Vision aims to become their sight. Vision helps the blind people identify objects by producing output in the form of audio signals. The project's approach lies in developing a system based on NXPico MX7 which is capable of labeling objects with the help of TensorFlow libraries and converting the labeled text to speech using an API and producing output in the form of audio signals.

ai-candy-dispenser - A Candy Dispenser using Android Things + TensorFlow Lite + Mobilenet

  •    Kotlin

The Android Things A.I Candy Dispenser it's a demonstration of how to create a “smart” candy machine. The device have a game that ask the user for a specific thing like a Bird, Dog ou Cat and the user should show a photo of that thing in the predefined time to win candies. This project uses a button to interact with the user, obtains images via a camera peripheral and a modified electric candy dispenser being controlled by a GPIO with a transistor.