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Make a super easy LED device. Use bright LEDs for a flashlight or headlamp, or colorful LEDs for a fun accent to clothing or backpacks
Learn how to use low cost student owned hardware for hands on intro courses.
For the MCU BoosterPack Design Challenge
A quick tutorial on how to manipulate the example code for the buttons and LEDs on the Educational Booster Pack MKII
A simple game that uses the power of the Leapmotion device to control your bomber and an optional power glove
filtering the cardiac signal digitally, using MATLAB and TI DSP libraries.
The aim of the project is to make a solar tracker to enhance the productivity of a basic solar panel.
Building your own Internet of Things (IoT) device can be easy with the MSP432 LaunchPad + SimpleLink Wi-Fi® CC3100 + EDUMKII BoosterPack.
The workshop goes through the basics of using LaunchPad, Energia, and Grove Modules for rapid prototyping!
Power a mini fan with PWM using Seeed Grove and TI LaunchPad.
HomeGenie: Home Automation using the Ti launchpad.
LEDs are programmed to display how bright a room is through the use of a photo resistor
Let's take a quick look at the life of Jack Kilby and then make our own project with the TI LaunchPad
In this project I use Bluetooth controlled MSP432 to run the Led Driver TLC5973.
Use the M2X data service with the Energia library and your TI LaunchPad
Interface the numerous sensors on the Educational BoosterPack MKII with the cloud using Multi Tasking, MQTT, and the JSON library!
A hat that tweets and looks good doing it! #CC3200
Create and deploy an Eddystone compatible sensor beacon to implement a vast array of Physical Web, proximity and context-aware applications!
Demonstrate a secure and robust over-the-air firmware update from a GitHub repository over WiFi with the MSP432 LaunchPad and CC3100.
Choose to control this robot from anywhere in the world using either a joystick or an accelerometer at the flick of a switch!
A SDR user interface controlled with hardware!
Talking on unrestricted internet is easy using CC3200 but what about if you are behind a proxy server? Things get a little messy!!
This tutorial shows how an MSP430 can communicate with an Arduino using the I2C protocol.
Build a musical Tesla Coil powered by the Ti Launchpad.
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