Each node has an MSP430 micro, sensor, LCD & subGHz RF radio. Multiple nodes send data to a subGHz-to-WiFi bridge for cloud connectivity.
Add BLE control to a LaunchPad project using the Grove BLE module
STING helps ensure plants in a greenhouse that need a certain level of light for growth 24/7 to get all the light they need!
This tutorial showcases how to make an internet-connected sensor, while leveraging unique multi-tasking features of Energia & TI LaunchPad.
Create a real-time sensor data dashboards using PubNub & TI LaunchPad development kits.
Demonstrate an IoT application connecting Seeed Studio Grove Starter Kit for LaunchPad sensors to the Xively IoT cloud platform.
This demo uses a moisture sensor and LEDs to show the level of moisture in a variety of places.
Want to throw a party but don't want to pay $$$ for a speaker and party lights? Look no further than our state of the art party speaker!
We built a tomato timer that incorporates the Pomodoro technique to boost your productivity and help push you through midterms and finals!
Activate your security system with Arduino and 1sheeld.
A collection of the 6 labs for the MIT IAP Texas Instruments LaunchPad Workshop
Learn how to use low cost student owned hardware for hands on intro courses.
Using Arduino/Genuino 101 to control the brightness of an LED through Grove-Rotary Angle Sensor(P) .
The workshop goes through the basics of using LaunchPad, Energia, and Grove Modules for rapid prototyping!
Demonstrate an IoT application connecting Seeed Studio Grove Starter Kit sensors to the Losant IoT cloud platform.
The highest quality sound in a small. lightweight package.
An inexpensive foot-traffic monitor easily adapted for anything from security and road traffic control to retail marketing!
A mini-game where players fly a star among obstacles, provided for you.
Wearing shirts and shorts, but it's 40 degrees outside? Wearing a hoodie and sweats, but it's 103? Never again with a TEMPorary Solution.
Our project teaches infants how to gauge distance, improving depth perception through the use of the song "My Heart Will Go On. "
Our names are Kevin Lata, Stephen Marcon, and Jos Malig-on. We are freshmen from Rice University and this is our ELEC 220 Spring Project.
Nothing feels better than a cold room on a hot day, and with a handpicked array of sensors and instruments, thats exactly what you can get!
We chose to design the ELEC version of Simon Says, Simar Says, by combining many Grove kit modules and coding techniques learned in class.
A device that plays a note once it detects a moving object within a certain distance. The pitch of the note varies as the distance changes.