This ESPHome is powered by a battery and uses a 7.5-inch e-paper display from Waveshare to show the weather forecast, events, and notifications.
The ESPHome connected dog bowl can notify you whenever your dog is out of food or water.
The E-Paper information display powered by ESPHome might be the easiest ESPHome project I’ve featured so far.
This mini mailbox will tell you when the mailman has been.
You can connect an ESP8266 running ESPHome to the service port on the Jura Impressa J6 and control it with Home Assistant via Wi-Fi.
Being able to properly wire up a physical switch or button and configure it in ESPHome is one of the fundamental things you should be able to do when planning projects.
The creator of today’s featured ESPHome project created a DIY bed presence detector using a couple of thin film pressure sensors hooked up to an ESP32.
In certain places, such as the kitchen, you will never need a light which can change its temperature. For those places, a high CRI traditional LED strip is the best light source.
This maker decided that enough was enough and they built their furry companion a fully automated cat feeder.
Building a multisensor is one of the first things you should when starting off with ESPHome. The sensors are cheap, the wiring isn’t complicated, and you get your first taste of creating custom firmware for an ESP8266 .