Sending BLE heart rate data from nRF51822 to mobile app and ThingSpeak.
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|Hacking a Cheap Diwali LED Lamp with Nordic nRF51822 BLE SoC and controlling it via a phone. Click to read more.|
Programming ATtiny10 using TPI and driving an RGB LED.
An account of my first visit to Shenzhen, China - the modern day Mecca of electronics manufacturing.
ATtiny85-MMA7660 comms using I2C, and impressions of using Atmel Studio 7 + Atmel ICE for development.
Hacking a Cheap Diwali LED Lamp with Nordic nRF51822 BLE SoC and controlling it via a phone.
A phone controlled and autonomous robot based on Nordic nRF51822 BLE chip.
A transistor based touch activated LED flasher badge to teach electronics and SMD soldering to kids and beginners.
Controlling two motors over BLE using a TB6612FNG board connected to the Nordic nRF51-DK (nRF51822/nRF51422).
An appeal to makers - why you should document your project, and how you can do it.
Using PWM and Nordic UART Service on nRF51-DK (nRF51822/nRF52422) to control an RGB LED over BLE.