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Learn the basics of using popular Grove components with the new LightBlue Bean+ to get started with building your own projects!
A Bluetooth controlled door lock
This tutorial teaches you how to make a mood light that you can change color and intensity of using your iPhone.
Team Punch Through
A Death Star plush toy that plays the Imperial March when you roll it.
Want to learn how to log data from the Bean using Node-Red? Come and learn with this tutorial!
Curious about building a Theremin instrument? Checkout this tutorial!
Hate to remember when to turn on your taillight? This tutorial shows you how to turn your taillight automatically!
Want to surf but hate checking the surf reports? Build a surf map the displays the surf report for the upcoming week!
Get notifications by email when your door has been unlocked.
Have you ever wanted to control a robot from a web browser? Use the LightBlue Bean[+] (LBB[+]) to control a BoE-Shield Robot using BLE.
The classic picnic game is messy, but this version will let you practice indoors.
J.A.R.V.I.S. is a personal home automation assistant for controlling electrical home appliances integrated with an augmented reality app.
The Pumpkin NotiFire is a delicious but questionable combination of a Glade aerosol air freshener, fire and text messages.
FitBit-type Bluetooth radiation sensor for tracking radiation exposure (for working around X-rays in the hospital, or just life in general).
Work in progress
Remote control bean powered car driven with an iPhone running the Handy BLE app.
Simple interval timer
A custom Internet connected shirt using a LightBlue Bean to light up the shirt's El Wire graphics.
What happens when you strap a LightBlue Bean to some fireworks?
Send email alerts with LightBlue Bean using Node-RED on Raspberry Pi
A connected pregnancy test that tweets your results instantly, and text messages your mom. May also be used as a light switch.
Awesome Bluetooth-controlled bottle of Tic Tacs with every color under the sun, powered by Light Blue Bean.
RC car controlled using BLE.
abhishek n chatrani
I have no “sense" of time - can I develop one? Tempo is a wearable device that feeds time data to my skin through vibration patterns.
Interested in making a tiny insrument? This tutorial shows you how to build a tiny ukulele!
A wearable that promotes mindfully spending your time, which also helps trigger lucid dreams.
This little Bluetooth board is ideal for wearable tech and tiny robots. Get started with these projects!
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to set up BLE GATT services to make a thermometer using Intel's Arduino 101
Turn on your blinker with a hand signal. Turn it off with the flick of the wrist.
Get a room full of people to vote on a quiz wirelessly!
This is BeanBot. I made him in a few hours with my Daughter as her first little 'maker' project.
by gpBen on beantalk.punchthrough.com
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