DIY Arduino Beacons as an alternative to iBeacon

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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New: Updated for Evothings Studio 2.0. Apple created a lot of interest in the IoT scene with the introduction of iBeacon. However, Apple placed restrictions such that generic BLE devices could not be used as beacons. In this tutorial we will show you how to have a fun time making a mobile app and create a custom beacon implementation – … Read More

Evothings HackNight – Arduino based RC buggy (part 2)

Aaron ArdiriBlogs, Tutorials

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… now the firmware is done, lets write an application to control it! In a recent blog post we explained how we dismantled a remote control car and put an Arduino micro controller inside – to conclude, of course there needs to be an application to communicate over low energy Bluetooth and control the car for iOS or android devices.

Evothings HackNight – Arduino based RC buggy (part 1)

Aaron ArdiriBlogs, Tutorials

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Who says going to work should not be fun? In the midst of World Cup soccer fever we had a night without football and took the opportunity to use the moment to grab a few beers, pizzas and get inspired to do something crazy in the office. The result? We hacked a remote control car replacing the radio controls with an Arduino … Read More

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