The TallyWhacker was built to annoy neighbours and consists of an ESP8266, an RC servo, a battery, and, most importantly, a spring doorstop.
This ESPHome video doorbell with voice response is looks sleek, uses open-source software, and seamlessly integrates with Home Assistant.
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 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.
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.