A wearable that promotes mindfully spending your time, which also helps trigger lucid dreams.
Use LightBlue Explorer for iOS to visualize your Bean's data in Bean Sandbox.
Monitors the temperature of your lunch box and alerts if it has been too warm.
A quick tutorial and a great testing tool to make sure your BLE device is properly connecting and sending values.
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!
Convert a 3D-printed bagpipe chanter into a BLE MIDI instrument.
Turn your bicycle into a brilliant display of safety-enhancing splendor!
This little Bluetooth board is ideal for wearable tech and tiny robots. Get started with these projects!
Switch on your brain's creative potential with this hacked Dash button – a timer that keeps you in the hypnagogic state.
RC car controlled using BLE.
Email to turn on LED show.
Camera mount for FPV controlled by smartphone using Bluetooth LE. Give azimuth and tilt angle, camera mount moves appropriate position.
A thumbs up/down button for Slack that works over BLE.
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.
Get notifications by email when your door has been unlocked.
The classic picnic game is messy, but this version will let you practice indoors.
Blue Up is a social sport game. Players throws his LightBlue Bean as high as he can. NO soldering required and instant fun!
Tired of standing beneath your camera while shooting photos? Why don’t you use your smartphone to focus and release the shutter?
Make Wind eating beast (Theo Jansen's beast "Mini Rhinocéros") controllable from smartphone vie Bluetooth Low Energy.
Tired of fumbling with pieces of wire to reset your LightBlue Bean? This simple tool eases the pain!
Have trouble leaving the bed? When the alarm goes off, follow the instructions on your phone to disarm the ringing Bean Alarm Mechanism.
This is tutorial on how to log Data on LightBlue Bean.
This project uses LightBlue-Bean to read photosensor values and send them to a serial port. The software used is PlatformIO IDE.
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.