How about we connect an Arduino to our mobile browser, run Node-RED and Johnny-Five on the browser.
by Ron Dagdag
An Alexa app that tells you if your kids are up by using Walabot to uncreeply track them, then possibly wake them up or tell them to sleep.
Project tutorial by DFW Hackster
Do you always forget the name of the device to turn on? Use Walabot to determine location and identify the device to control.
Project tutorial by 3 developers
Trying to build a cheap Arduino data glasses for everybody. It's working, and now it can even help to avoid accidents.
Project tutorial by Alain Mauer
This project shows how to control a 6DOF robot arm via web.
Project tutorial by phpoc_man
Understanding how people move leads to better infrastructure and services. This device will gather data to make more informed decisions.
Project tutorial by Paul Trebilcox-Ruiz
the Walabot 3D Sensor detects can be configure where it can detect up to 3 people. We only process the first one it detects.
This might help https://github.com/rondagdag/aframe-arduino-snowman
Found out you don't need to use a mac or windows laptop for this hack. Just use your mobile phone. It works for mobile web (Android 6+ with Chrome). All you have to do is to load the sketch on the Arduino 101. Go to this site https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/lendmeyourears/Index.html, then pair your bluetooth.
You can also try this site https://charming-gambler.glitch.me/
and make it your own using this link https://glitch.com/edit/#!/charming-gambler and remix it.
Modify the relayclick.js to match arduino 101 bluetooth
this.deviceName = 'relays';
this.serviceUUID = '917649a0-d98e-11e5-9eec-0002a5d5c51b';
this.characteristic1UUID = '917649a1-d98e-11e5-9eec-0002a5d5c51b';
this.device = null;
this.server = null;
this._characteristics = new Map();
No mac and cheese needed.
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