Magic Stone – Make mobile IoT applications using the TI SensorTag in JavaScript

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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How to impress your friends with some magical trickery with IoT Evothings Studio is software tool suite for mobile development and rapid prototyping that makes it fun to develop IoT-apps for mobile devices. While at an Evothings IoT clinic earlier this Spring (March 26, 2014) we experimented with a BLE-powered SensorTag development kit from Texas Instruments, using its accelerometer sensor … Read More

Easy mobile application development for the Internet of Things

Alex JonssonBlogs

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Have you ever had an idea of making an application for a connected device? For example, something like being able to start to heat up the living room in your apartment when you’re on your way home? Or a sudden urge to monitor a continuous data stream with the humidity and temperature from your attic and basement, with alerts? What … Read More

Evothings Studio for mobile IoT development released

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Evothings Studio makes it easy to create IoT-enabled mobile applications for anyone with basic knowledge of HTML and JavaScript. You can make apps that communicate with all sorts of devices and gadgets, for example your Arduino, your Texas Instrument Sensor Tag, Philips Hue light bulbs, bluetooth device, et cetera. Evothings Studio is open source and is freely available at evothings.com/download.

Evothings at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden

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A fun evening March 26 with Arduino Unos, shields and other paraphernalia, and 20+ invited guests, with the purpose to introduce Evothings Studio to a third wave of beta testers. We saw a EZ USB Missile Launcher, RGB light strips with addressable cells and experiments with the Texas Instrument Sensor tag (2540 chip) see the light of day, all controlled … Read More

SHIFT Hackathon brought reseachers and hackers together

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We are proud at Evothings to work alongside with Stockholm Resilience, City of Stockholm, Google and Protothon at the Dec 5-6 event at Albano, Stockholm. There was a quite some press coverage as well in SVT, and Sveriges Radio (don’t miss the upcoming Wednesday on “Vetenskapsradion” which will spend the entire show on our hackathon addressing environmental challenges, smart cities … Read More