Using an Arduino and a Geiger counter, this project is a safety net you'll hopefully never need. While a Geiger counter itself makes electronic 'clicks' to warn the user of radiation, this project includes a 0.96-inch OLED display to accurately and efficiently display the threat of dangerous radiation through CPMs (Counts Per Minute) of alpha and beta particles (particles that occur with nuclear radiation).
Using a Raspberry Pi 4B+, a camera, and a PIR motion sensor, this motion camera is lightweight, small and discrete. The concept is quite simple: it will record a video when motion is detected and alert the user.
A simple python script with a GUI and Terminal output showing the relative position of the International Space Station on a map using data from api.open-notify.org. The terminal also displays the names of all people currently aboard the ISS.
AutoGit is a Git Automator that allows you to push changes to your git repository with an easy-to-use GUI interface. This can make pushing to your repo much less of a daunting task and is good for beginners who don't want to interact with the GIT Terminal interface.