Get started developing with the PIC-BLE and AVR-BLE development boards.
Remote control bean powered car driven with an iPhone running the Handy BLE app.
Send email alerts with LightBlue Bean using Node-RED on Raspberry Pi.
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.
Simple interval timer
Convert your USB MIDI instruments to wireless using one of these Bluetooth MIDI adapters.
A connected pregnancy test that tweets your results instantly, and text messages your mom. May also be used as a light switch.
Learn the basics of using popular Grove components with the new LightBlue Bean+ to get started with building your own projects!
What happens when you strap a LightBlue Bean to some fireworks?
Get a room full of people to vote on a quiz wirelessly!
This tutorial teaches you how to make a mood light that you can change color and intensity of using your iPhone.
A wearable that promotes mindfully spending your time, which also helps trigger lucid dreams.
Interested in making a tiny insrument? This tutorial shows you how to build a tiny ukulele!
Turn on your blinker with a hand signal. Turn it off with the flick of the wrist.
Personal health amigo
Want to prank all those business people on the elevator ? Follow this DIY prank-friendly tutorial!
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to set up BLE GATT services to make a thermometer using Intel's Arduino 101
A smart shirt that sends infrared sensors and accelerometer data to a machine learning algorithm in order to determine good form exercises.
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.
Awesome Bluetooth-controlled bottle of Tic Tacs with every color under the sun, powered by Light Blue Bean.
Use LightBlue Explorer for iOS to visualize your Bean's data in Bean Sandbox.
A quick tutorial and a great testing tool to make sure your BLE device is properly connecting and sending values.
Connect your Bean to the internet without writing complex server software. Use Node-RED instead!
Monitors the temperature of your lunch box and alerts if it has been too warm.