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3.7 V Battery that plugs directly into C.H.I.P.! Make that project portable!
Build your very own Linux terminal inside a mint tin!
Monitor your greenhouse or personal garden environmental variables at a glance with a Linkit enabled sensor Hub.
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.
Enjoy playing drums anytime anywhere without worrying about making noise or disturbing others - just attach Curie to your drum sticks!
Tired of losing your keys, wallet and phone? Attach the Find Me to any item and use the app to locate it in seconds.
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!
Team Next Thing Co.
Work in progress
"Otto DIY with steroids" + Bluetooth + APP + switch + sensors + strength +...
Team Otto builders
Allows you to play classic text adventure games (like Zork) using an old rotary phone.
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!
A Lego arachnid controlled by your smartphone.
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!
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.
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.
Monitoring physical activity for elder people.
Sometimes it's nice to monitor the status of your Electron without having to loop that information through the interwebs.