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In the lab we will use the buttons to show ASCII pictures in the serial monitor.
Learn LaunchPad by building incredible IoT applications. Awesome!
Push your buttons - hundreds of them!
A quick start up guide for those interested in programming microcontrollers **This is a quick demo showing the blink example**
Internet connected electric smoker. Make your BBQ heavenly by cooking it from the cloud!
Make a sweet glow in the dark helmet for night time cycling, costumes, and more that is controlled by the TI LaunchPad.
Here's a quick Node-Red demo using a potentiometer, MQTT, and MSP432 LaunchPad!
My partner Jiahao Zhao and I designed, built, debugged, and finished this project in only six days !
Cool robot that can follow a black line and stop before objects!
A collection of labs for the Texas Instruments + UIUC workshop. Spin a servo from the cloud with an MSP432 and Blynk!
Control your launchpad robot with your launchpad remote control!
Send data from sensors coupled to Texas Instruments LaunchPad CC3200 board to an internet of things platform.
An IoT device used to monitor when a refrigerator is opened. Great for tracking when you are snacking or to catch pesky thieves!
Build an inexpensive, easy to program, WiFi enabled robot capable of balancing and much more.
MultiTasking ultrasonic and color sensor with Texas Instruments MSP-EXP432 and Energia.
Demonstrate a secure and robust over-the-air firmware update from a GitHub repository over WiFi with the CC1310 LaunchPad and CC3100.
Get a hands on deep dive into TI LaunchPad™ and the SimpleLink™ family of products. Perfect start for IoT. Find where to learn about RTOS.
This project utilizes Texas Instruments hardware as well as services provided by Temboo to monitor for a fall and alert the user by SMS.
Demonstrate a secure and robust over-the-air firmware update from a GitHub repository over WiFi with the CC2650 LaunchPad and CC3100.
TMP006 IR Temperature Sensor Project
This project is an example of implementation of a GUI with touch and SRAM for less than $35.
Try out some basic breadboard circuits with a TI microcontroller
My own home-made portable video game console!
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