Here are some projects and ideas that will help you build your own projects. This section contains ideas, implementation details, and other tips that we think would be useful.
Write to email@example.com
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Write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn a few tips, tricks, and guidelines for using GraspIO Studio as you build this easy voice-controlled project for Cloudio.
Scheduling birthday wishes
Learn how to use the Schedule, Playback, and OLED blocks to play an audio message and display your wishes on Cloudio
A humidity-monitoring project that displays real-time data on the OLED.
You can also view/export this data in a graphical format in the GraspIO Studio app.
A home-automation project for automatic lighting control.
A voice-assisted smart plant that you can talk to. Use voice commands on your mobile device to stay updated and keep an eye on your smart plant.
A starter project to get you started with designing a smart home.
Projects 7 to 10 work with IFTTT. You'll need to create an account with these services on IFTTT if you don't already have one.
Please refer this section if you need any help using these accounts.
Please read the section on IFTTT to learn more about using the IFTTT block in your projects.
You can modify this project to similarly design applications that use Amazon Alexa to use and control Cloudio's peripherals. Refer here for further details.
You can modify this project to similarly design applications that use Google Assistant to use and control Cloudio's peripherals. Refer here for further details.
Philips Hue and GraspIO
Turn on or off your Philips Hue lights based on the ambient light levels sensed by Cloudio.
This IFTTT project uses GraspIO as the Trigger (uses the ambient light levels detected by Cloudio) and Philips Hue as the Action.
Gmail and Cloudio
Display your email's subject line on Cloudio whenever you receive a new email.
Modify this project to create applets that combine usage of the Gmail service on IFTTT and Cloudio's peripherals.