Installing “Phant” a big-data collector for IOT devices, in Ubuntu server

Phant is a modular node.js application that is distributed via npm. Talking about its application, its a data logging tool for collecting data from the Internet of Things. And best part is, it is a open source software. Initial package requirements :- I would recommend you to remove pre-installed packages, apt-get remove nodejs and stick with nvm. The deb packages get out-of-date … Continue reading Installing “Phant” a big-data collector for IOT devices, in Ubuntu server

RFID reader on Arduino with LCD display

This post is in continuation to RFID Reader with Arduino. We can append previous post's code to display the output to LCD display module instead of serial monitor. To do so, we will just pass the final output of "msg" to lcd.print argument. Requirements Arduino                        :- i am using Arduino Uno 16x2 Display module :- … Continue reading RFID reader on Arduino with LCD display

RFID Reader with Arduino

RFID stands for Radio-frequency identification. It is the wireless use of electromagnetic fields to transfer data, for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information.   On the basis their power source they are of two types :- Active RFID:- It uses an internal power source … Continue reading RFID Reader with Arduino


Tengu refers to supernatural creature in japanese folklore known for getting into mischief. This project is dedicated to a toy that interacts with the user through ambient music, sounds or noise. Tengu basically changes the face expression based on frequency of input sound signal. It uses audio amplifier, microphone , led matrix and micro-controller (Atmega 328P). … Continue reading Tengu on LED MATRIX