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3.7 V Battery that plugs directly into C.H.I.P.! Make that project portable!
An innovative wearable technology for visually impaired peoples.
A portable computer for your smartphone.
A simple push button using Proximus public LPWAN connectivity. Optimized for power consumption (<30 microAmps) and long distance (>15km!).
Use C.H.I.P. to make any old speakers AirPlay speakers. Use several C.H.I.P.s to make a network for a multiroom audio experience!
Bring Teddy Ruxpin back to life, but on your own terms! Make him say whatever you want, or have him search twitter to read tweets!
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"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + sensors + strength +...
Team Otto builders
A custom Internet connected shirt using a LightBlue Bean to light up the shirt's El Wire graphics.
A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
Turn CHIP into a ready-to use simple synthesizer, capable of creating a huge variety of sounds. Control it with a MIDI keyboard or even OSC!
By adding a C.H.I.P., an amp, and a hard drive, I've put my entire music library inside a pair of handsome old speakers I control over WiFi.
I love swimming, but I tend to lose count of the laps, so I made this lap counter with an Arduino.
The project consists of a kit for drones that includes an electronic device that functions as a meteorological station.
Teach your See 'n Say to say more than just animal noises!
Build your very own Linux terminal inside a mint tin!
This is RocketC.H.I.P.: a C.H.I.P. with specially configured WiFi and the circuity to control a relay. We use it to launch hobby rockets.
I have no “sense" of time - can I develop one? Tempo is a wearable device that feeds time data to my skin through vibration patterns.
Good vision is a precious gift but unfortunately loss of vision is becoming common now-a-days. Smart cap can help with navigation.
You haven't made a project smaller than this one, along with features like a built-in battery that lasts a couple of days and a charger.
The Idea is to control both Direction+Acceleration of a Bluetooth Robotic Car with the movement of Forearm using Kinetis K82 Freedom board.
I tried communicating between Wi-Fi devices using Blynk's Bridge widget!
This project creates a way to monitor water usage, to reduce water costs.
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