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TM4C123GXL Interfacing LED.
TM4C123GXL LED Color change sequential algorithm
Hacking two cheap HC-SR04 ultrasonic distance sensors and a launchpad to create a spread spectrum phased array Sonar.
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.
Showcase of the 2015 participation of 2 teams and some of the strategies used for fire fighting contests in Portugal.
An electronic desktop calendar based on an E-ink display controlled by TM4C123 Tiva (ARM) development board and programmed in Energia IDE.
Acoustic Localisation using TivaC Texas Instruments launchpad.
Matlab can be used to process and display data from a microcontroller. This is a really simple example on how to do that.
A WiFi enabled counter-top lighting system.
Fun and cool TI LaunchPad game console that allows you to play the game called Zombieland!
Control servo motor as IoT with ESP8266 which is the low cost wifi module to establish connection between Tiva LaunchPad and computer
Control your launchpad robot with your launchpad remote control!
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
This is a Halloween practical joke "keyboard" that when you play a "ring tone", it mysteriously writes spooky.
Control a RGB LED with your computer using processing and Energia/Arduino.
A simple game that uses the power of the Leapmotion device to control your bomber and an optional power glove
This is a step by step guide on how to get CMake and lm4tools setup in a Linux environment to upload code directly to your TM4C123 via usb.
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