Switch on your brain's creative potential with this hacked Dash button – a timer that keeps you in the hypnagogic state.
A temporary, programmable "tattoo" that can respond to its physical orientation, or play animations.
A smart shirt that sends infrared sensors and accelerometer data to a machine learning algorithm in order to determine good form exercises.
Let's hack a fidget spinner and turn it into a whirling dervish of sound making!
Convert your USB MIDI instruments to wireless using one of these Bluetooth MIDI adapters.
Get notifications by email when your door has been unlocked.
Have trouble leaving the bed? When the alarm goes off, follow the instructions on your phone to disarm the ringing Bean Alarm Mechanism.
This project aims to demonstrate the operation of the TB6612FNG drive together with Bean+ to control two DC motors through an iPhone app.
This project uses LightBlue-Bean to read photosensor values and send them to a serial port. The software used is PlatformIO IDE.
Convert a 3D-printed bagpipe chanter into a BLE MIDI instrument.
This mystical potion lantern artifact has amazing powers such as Bluetooth control & multiple lighting effects.
A custom Internet connected shirt using a LightBlue Bean to light up the shirt's El Wire graphics.
Step on a foot switch to control music apps or turn pages - using BLE MIDI CC toggle messages.
RC car controlled using BLE.
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 is tutorial on how to log Data on LightBlue Bean.
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.
A simple and straightforward way to measure bump, braking and turning acceleration on a student-built solar powered race car.
Get a room full of people to vote on a quiz wirelessly!
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.
A quick tutorial and a great testing tool to make sure your BLE device is properly connecting and sending values.
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to set up BLE GATT services to make a thermometer using Intel's Arduino 101
FitBit-type Bluetooth radiation sensor for tracking radiation exposure (for working around X-rays in the hospital, or just life in general).
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