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Read sensor data and toggle LEDs with the Blynk mobile app and the TI CC3200 LaunchPad
Create a real-time sensor data dashboards using PubNub & TI LaunchPad development kits.
Build a 6LBR using a Raspberry Pi Zero and CC2650 LaunchPad.
TM4C123GXL Interfacing LED.
TM4C123GXL LED Color change sequential algorithm
Each node has an MSP430 micro, sensor, LCD & subGHz RF radio. Multiple nodes send data to a subGHz-to-WiFi bridge for cloud connectivity.
Demo program for using a 16x2 LCD display with a TI Launchpad
Getting Started with the Internet of Things (IoT) using the Texas Instruments CC3200
Traffic of cars and pedestrians are controlled by using simple components like LEDs, resistors, switches and Tiva Launchpad.
LightServer is a Wifi enabled RGB Intelligent lighting device controlled by Apps or a Webpage. Includes music synchronized lighting effects.
Add BLE control to a LaunchPad project using the Grove BLE module
Bend the internet to your will with the @TXInstruments LaunchPad-powered @IFTTT-enabled button!
The project is a beginner guide to interface sensors to Arduino and visualise sensor data through Processing
How to set up a wireless sensor network with off-the-shelf hardware.
This tutorial showcases how to make an internet-connected sensor, while leveraging unique multi-tasking features of Energia & TI LaunchPad.
Use this WiFi Vocabulary Builder to figure out flashy new words to work into every day conversation!
An electronic desktop calendar based on an E-ink display controlled by TM4C123 Tiva (ARM) development board and programmed in Energia IDE.
IoT is all about connecting people to things and connecting things to other things. Let's connect people with people.
Explore the Educational BoosterPack paired with the MSP432 LaunchPad and then take that to the cloud with the CC3100 Wi-Fi BoosterPack!
Demonstrate an IoT application connecting Seeed Studio Grove Starter Kit for LaunchPad sensors to the Xively IoT cloud platform.
Matlab can be used to process and display data from a microcontroller. This is a really simple example on how to do that.
Connect multiple low power sensor networks to the cloud!
Make a fun and unique hat with MSP430 and Adafruit Neopixel rings
A cool RC Car that you can control with the touch of your fingers right from your own phone.
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