Projects made with Texas Instruments on Hackster.io
Bring a little cheer by making your own electronic circuit that lights up LEDs and jingles a holiday tune with the TI LaunchPad.
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120 kW Quad Inverter developed by the UW-Madison Formula SAE Electric Team.
Monitors the temperature, voltage, and current of our high voltage battery that powers our car!
Steering wheel with an integrated LCD screen to view racecar stats and buttons to change racing modes and torque vectoring on the fly.
Regulated smart constant current charger for 9V NiMH rechargeable batteries.
Remote control cars have been the dream toy for most kids. And you can never outgrow them! In this post, I will show you how to make one.
A complete wireless weather station based on Raspberry PI 3 and on a set of Texas Instruments CC2650STK wireless sensors.
A-simple-as-possible computer with the 8085 CPU.
Temperature sensor is used to control a switch (relay) to turn on or off the device.
The device displays animated GIF pictures on a rotating cylinder. The GIF pictures can be downloaded from a PC via Bluetooth.
A window that tints itself according to how much light is incident upon it. You can also control the window with an iOS application!
Make a program for the Arduino Pro Mini in Visual Studio to control motor speed with PID which can archive it exactly.
Read sensor data and toggle LEDs with the Blynk mobile app and the TI CC3200 LaunchPad
Digital clock with Arduino using Shift Register (74HC595), real time clock, temperature and humidity sensor and 7 Segments display.
Single board to control solar charge and battery monitoring for your outdoor projects. Your project will see a perpetually charged battery.
The TI LaunchPad™ development kit team decided to have some fun and use this spooky LaunchPad kit-based Halloween project to prank them.
Connected Arduino-based sensor uses a cellular model to report data to Ubidots IOT site.
This tutorial will show you to develop a Python based wireless robot which can be controlled from anywhere around the world using Wifi.
Every Home Should Have One.
The Arduino is simple, cheap and power efficient but has limitations. Sometimes, you may want to have more than one access your I2C bus.
The robot navigates indoor, in a pre-defined path, with high accuracy, and allows its real-time tracking on a phone. No GPS, No WiFi, No Map
i2c is the most common protocol for embedded systems. Using an i2c range extender gives more flexibility in sensor placement.
This is 3-axis CNC plotter/engraver based on GRBL software and 2020 aluminum extrusions. Low-cost engraving and PCB manufacturing dual side.
How to merge different IoT devices and services? Node-RED provides an elegant solution.