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Taking Electronics to the Internet (IoT) | Servo
Grove sensors with a Particle Core - Halls Sensor
Taking Basic Electronics to the Internet (IoT) | Home Lights
Fish Food Feeder Using the Linkit One
Cardboard Wireless Charger
Getting started with - FreeScale K64f
Getting started with IoT using the Particle Core
Particle Core: Send an Email when Motion is Detected
Internet Controlled Motion Detector- Particle Core
Taking Basic Electronics to the Internet (IoT)
IoT with LinkIt One - Relays
Program an Arduino Wireless over Bluetooth
LinkIt One - Oscilloscope
Electromagnetic Field Detector using an Arduino
Easy way to kill Arduino.Better use any mft transistor. Like thishttp://www.observationsblog.com/sciencetechnologyexperiments/-static-electricity-detector-easy-to-make
Raspberry Pi as a NAS (Network Attached Storage)
Build Your Own Regulated Power Supply
IoT Silhouette Mood Lamp (Email and Twitter Notifier)
Need feedback with this - http://m.instructables.com/id/Getting-Started-With...Thanks
Grove is a 4-wire format used by Seeedstudio for their sensors. They make a bunch of different i/o devices that conform to this standard (leds, speakers, buttons, hall effect sensors, lcds, etc) and they plug into shields that they make for different micro-controllers. It makes it very easy to experiment with different sensors, as all you need to do is plug them into the shield vs wiring up resistors/capacitors etc on a breadboard. I have the Arduino Grove sensor shield and it's very useful for prototyping things.
Getting Started with LinkIt One - LEDs
This is brilliant, I have had a Linkit One in a box for a while now and have only just started to use it. Quite complicated to set it up but a very capable beast!! P.S. You need to add the port number after the IP address :-)
Move usb bat switch to bat when battery connected. This has been tested and confirmed. http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/LinkIt_ONE
Mediatek LinkIt ONE
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