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When it comes to bicycle safety and theft-prevention, The Wingman has your back.
Team The Wingmen
Let's take a quick look at the life of Jack Kilby and then make our own project with the TI LaunchPad
Adrian Fernandez and Mark Easley
Connecting a 16 bit MCU (launchpad) to Raspberry PI running Windows 10 to off load real time processing.
Connect multiple low power sensor networks to the cloud!
How To Measure An Energia Application’s Power Usage with EnergyTrace
Make a sweet glow in the dark helmet for night time cycling, costumes, and more that is controlled by the TI LaunchPad.
A cool demo of inductance sensing using a plinko board and TI technology.
Nick Radeke - DigiKey
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
Make a fun and unique hat with MSP430 and Adafruit Neopixel rings
MSP430G2452 acting as a TMS0803 calculator chip. Emulates TI DataMath 2500II and Sinclair Scientific Calculators.
This hacked wall clock ticks erratically but still keeps accurate time.
Test your reflexes: Pick the correct color as the LED's flash.
Machines might be rising, but humans are not going to give up. And this time, humans are using machines to beat machines.
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