We created a low-cost, open source microcontroller to be used in applications relating to the Internet of Things.
A series of realtime video tutorials showing how to get OmnIoT SoftHub sensor data to/from a Thingsboard dashboard, no programming required!
Connecting devices is the way to make IoT devices. Here I show the how to connect my Arduino 101 board with the recent Raspberry Pi.
Python sample code shows how to implement a BTLE-advertisement-to-cellular-data gateway (1-way) based on Pi ZeroW and Hologram Nova.
Create a Bluetooth MIDI controller with an Arduino 101.
This topic will teach you how to control a RGB LED on an Arduino 101 board with an Android device (MIT App Inventor).
Enable a Bluetooth LE IoT network with cloud control using Hologram Nova, Raspberry Pi Zero W and Droplit.io services and software.
Want a cheap Spider-Man mask that looks cool?
Create an offline capable "website" that can communicate with Bluetooth LE devices in less than an hour!
As a weekend project, I decided to select an implementation of a big red button based on Thunderboard Sense and Samsung Artik 520.
How to build your own smart street light network with off-the-shelf hardware and the Thingsquare platform.
Learn the basics of using BLE with Arduino using this easy example code step by step.
This tutorial explains how to upgrade the libraries and the Arduino 101 Firmware.
This project showcase the use of Arduino 101 to control relays. I am using LED lights instead of the actual relay for the safety reasons.
Making a Smart Bracelet using Custom BTLE GATT Services, Arduino, and interacting with it via Windows IoT Core
Paxcounter is a proof-of-concept device for metering passenger flows in real-time. It counts how many people are around for less than $20.
Want to learn how to log data from the Bean using Node-Red? Come and learn with this tutorial!
Get temperature data from a webpage and compare with Arduino 101's LM35 sensor. And turn a fan on/off according to the comparison result.
My project presents a domotic box with several features that can be controlled with an app, using Bluetooth low energy
A force feedback wristband for mobile games using the MetaWear wearable platform
This project presents the overall design of the low-cost, wireless Home Automation System (HAS).
Build your own Bluetooth low energy services and bundle them as blocks that beginners can use!
Make a custom BLE peripheral that you can interact with using Node.JS.
An iOS controlled mood lamp, built in 30 minutes using MetaWear