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FTF Prize: USA
There is a need to detect the slightest touch of a propeller to other objects to protect the object and the multi-copter itself.
Asia Pacific & Middle East
Build next-gen gesture pointing device ideal for 3D CAD design or SmartTV control. Compatible with anything that accepts a USB mouse.
Europe & Africa
360° Ultrasonic Radar for DIY applications, with self written FlexIO driver.
North & South America
Flexduino is a fully functional Multimedia TCP/IP Server Platform compatible with arduino libraries using FlexIO NXP Cortex M4 beast!
Manuel Alejandro Iglesias Abbatemarco
A Robot designed for Automate our routine tasks with smartness.
Use simple image processing and an image sensor to detect whether a person enters or leaves a room.
Use Computer Vision to make a parking assistant that allows you to consistently park a car into your garage with perfect alignment.
Count the maximum number of Taps You can do in a minute
A helping hand for the novices like me to set up Output on other available pins of K82 Freedom
A hard coded Musical Alarm clock built with the NXP's Kinetics K20 micro-controller provides you with an amusing GUI to play around with.
An electronic dice that does not take away the thrill of the roll. The motion data from a roll generates a random number shown on LED's.
Knowing about FRDM Board and uploading the demo codes.
It’s estimated that each of us will spend six months of our lives looking for things we’ve lost. Hence 'BluTag' is here to help :)
SANJIV KUMAR C A
To drive safely using assistant to help with collision avoidance, blind spot detection and parking sonar and camera.
Servos and brushless motors are the heart of any RC project, and now you can use them on the FRDMK82F.
Using the FlexIO, this project shows how to use create a low-profile security keypad using the Kinetis K80 and an MPR121.
A musical cup that plays "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" upon pressing a button. Now, it plays "Happy Birthday to You" tune too.
Are you aware of harmful gasses in your garage or shed? Monitor air quality, mitigate hazardous conditions, and improve the environment!
Work in progress
Our project aims at designing a wearable device to improve women’s security during harassment situations by providing the help to the victim
Use a FRDMK82 and a NRF24 radio together with a FSR sensor to build a wireless digital scale.
Motorcycles are less stable and riders lack protection as of an enclosed vehicle. Project helps the drivers and act as a first
Hey you, small farmer! I Have these camera based sensor to control how much fertilizer is deposited in your plantation
Weather sensing and data logging station using solar power.
Smart helmet with fall & accident detection, obstacle detection, air quality, temperature & humidity monitoring and emergency alert.
Md. Khairul Alam
Could bicycles be self-driven? Yeah, but first, they must be self-balanced. That's is what Marvelocycle intend to achieve.
The Idea is to control both Direction+Acceleration of a Bluetooth Robotic Car with the movement of Forearm using Kinetis K82 Freedom board.
An infinity mirror, powered by the NXP FRDM-K82F board and awesome Neopixels.
A complete sport kit to support physical exercise, including counting your jumping, basketball practices, monitoring pushup and posture.
This project was made to monitor the level of any liquid that have water.
Andre Pereira da Silva
Flexio Car--Driving a Car by using the Mobile Phone
SURESH V S
A detailed write-up on how to get started with NXP's FRDM-K82F and Running Demo program.
A Kinetis FRDM-K82F based experimental flight controller for autonomous drones, using FlexIO and FlexTimers for the PWM and communication.
Inspired from One Piece: Smart LED E-Compass that Points toward South Pole, based on NXP Kinetis-K82 Board.
Using FlexIO to control WS2812B RGB LED.
Play X-O game, in this 9 LED setup which I did using Frdm-K82f. Type in the LED that you like to light and it will glow.
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