Switch on your brain's creative potential with this hacked Dash button – a timer that keeps you in the hypnagogic state.
Send email alerts with LightBlue Bean using Node-RED on Raspberry Pi.
A smart shirt that sends infrared sensors and accelerometer data to a machine learning algorithm in order to determine good form exercises.
A temporary, programmable "tattoo" that can respond to its physical orientation, or play animations.
Let's hack a fidget spinner and turn it into a whirling dervish of sound making!
Convert a 3D-printed bagpipe chanter into a BLE MIDI instrument.
Get notifications by email when your door has been unlocked.
This little Bluetooth board is ideal for wearable tech and tiny robots. Get started with these projects!
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.
RC car controlled using BLE.
Awesome Bluetooth-controlled bottle of Tic Tacs with every color under the sun, powered by Light Blue Bean.
Curious how to modify the RGB LED based on how much light is shining? Find out by doing this project!
The classic picnic game is messy, but this version will let you practice indoors.
Have trouble leaving the bed? When the alarm goes off, follow the instructions on your phone to disarm the ringing Bean Alarm Mechanism.
Make Wind eating beast (Theo Jansen's beast "Mini Rhinocéros") controllable from smartphone vie Bluetooth Low Energy.
Do you want to use Node-Red with Light Blue Bean? Just follow these 3 easy steps or download the provided code to do it for you!
Monitors the temperature of your lunch box and alerts if it has been too warm.
This mystical potion lantern artifact has amazing powers such as Bluetooth control & multiple lighting effects.
Get a room full of people to vote on a quiz wirelessly!
Take data from a Bean and send it through Flow Designer to M2X - or any cloud-based data storage. Get a text message based on a trigger.
Turn on your blinker with a hand signal. Turn it off with the flick of the wrist.
I used the Tickle app to program the Bean. Now the Bean is turned on when I shake my iPad and turn off when I shake the Bean itself.
Tired of standing beneath your camera while shooting photos? Why don’t you use your smartphone to focus and release the shutter?
Email to turn on LED show.