The classic picnic game is messy, but this version will let you practice indoors.
Get notifications by email when your door has been unlocked.
Blue Up is a social sport game. Players throws his LightBlue Bean as high as he can. NO soldering required and instant fun!
The Pumpkin NotiFire is a delicious but questionable combination of a Glade aerosol air freshener, fire and text messages.
Step on a foot switch to control music apps or turn pages - using BLE MIDI CC toggle messages.
Here are 2 OLDE clocks based on "the Bean".
Make Wind eating beast (Theo Jansen's beast "Mini Rhinocéros") controllable from smartphone vie Bluetooth Low Energy.
A custom Internet connected shirt using a LightBlue Bean to light up the shirt's El Wire graphics.
Tired of standing beneath your camera while shooting photos? Why don’t you use your smartphone to focus and release the shutter?
Tired of fumbling with pieces of wire to reset your LightBlue Bean? This simple tool eases the pain!
O-Zone is a DIY Bluetooth lamp. You can modify the color of the lamp and also the brightness of leds.
The CastMinder system can detect complications in orthopedic casts and splints while healing patients faster and with less pain.
Let's hack a fidget spinner and turn it into a whirling dervish of sound making!
Have trouble leaving the bed? When the alarm goes off, follow the instructions on your phone to disarm the ringing Bean Alarm Mechanism.
This example shows you how to build an App for Mac OSX that will pull the week’s surf report and display it using your Bean’s LED!
Move a rectangle in the screen using Processing 3, reading from the LightBlue Bean accelerometer. Data compiled as string and parsed later.
This project aims to demonstrate the operation of the TB6612FNG drive together with Bean+ to control two DC motors through an iPhone app.
Using Punchthrough's Bean+ to control Ableton Live parameters. Currently incorporating buttons, flex sensors, and an accelerometer.
A simple and straightforward way to measure bump, braking and turning acceleration on a student-built solar powered race car.
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.
Technology and kids does not necessarily mean tablets and video games. A Lightblue Bean wearable is a small tech addition to good old games.
This mystical potion lantern artifact has amazing powers such as Bluetooth control & multiple lighting effects.
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