There are a ton of interesting ESPHome projects scattered around the internet. In the following articles you will find a collection of projects which personally interest me and deserve to be shared.
The densely packed e-paper display looks better than any LCD
The creator of this ESPHome project wanted to pack as much information on their 4.2″ e-paper screen from Waveshare as possible.
Hacking the IKEA FÖRNUFTIG air purifier and adding ESPHome
The IKEA FÖRNUFTIG is perfect for Home Assistant and has a US$60 price tag. With an ESP8266 and ESPHome, you can give it some smarts.
The TallyWhacker will seriously annoy your upstairs neighbour
The TallyWhacker was built to annoy neighbours and consists of an ESP8266, an RC servo, a battery, and, most importantly, a spring doorstop.
The DIY video doorbell with voice response is better than anything you can buy
This ESPHome video doorbell with voice response is looks sleek, uses open-source software, and seamlessly integrates with Home Assistant.
Opening a garage with a fingerprint sensor ESPHome
A Home Assistant and ESPHome user used the GROW R503 fingerprint sensor to open a garage without any keys or cards and just their fingerprint.
The simplest ESPHome volume knob featuring an OLED screen
This volume knob uses a rotary encoder to control your music’s volume and its firmware is written using ESPHome. An OLED screen displays the current track.
The MIST-O-Matic 3000 is a smart and Wi-Fi connected ultrasonic humidifier
The MIST-O-Matic 3000 is exactly what you’d expect it to be: A smart, Wi-Fi connected humidifier. At the heart of the MIST-O-Matic 3000 is the beloved LOLIN D1 mini running firmware built using ESPHome.