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Hello for everyone.   After many hours of work, I can show my umbrella project. At begin I want thanks for my wife (for patient) for my friend Jonatan (for 3D printer ) for Daniel Defoe (for very fast realizing my orders), for my young daughter (for permanently hidding device components   )     Introduction ...................................................................... Functionality .................................................................... How it work ...
The Internet of the Backyard Challenge is running from August 13th to November 7th. Previous activity: Blog Summary #000 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #001 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #002 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #003 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Blog Summary #004 : Internet of the Backyard Challenge 2014 Name Super Awesome Blog Time janisalnis CC3200 IoT Backyard Challenge Tomato Greenhouse Sum ...
And so the IoT Backyard challenge is sadly drawing to a close. Like most engineers, no project is ever really complete as there is always room for improvement and so I feel as if I've only just got started with developing my application. The TI Simplelink CC3200 WiFi Launchpad has proved to be a great MCU board to work with and offers great value and versatility (offers 2 coding methods through CCS or Energia). I am now streaming 18 data points to Plot.ly through their API. I have 2 charts creat ...
Previous post: Energia is out there for CC3200 A summary for Internet of Things roadtest Thanks to Texas Instruments Element 14 for possibility to be a roadtester for Simplelink Wi-Fi CC3200 launchpad. It is a single chip containing  both Wi-Fi connectivity processor and Cortex M4 core ARM processor communicating over internal SPI connection. I have tried to learn programming CC3200 in CCstudio and bloged about every step: Internet connectivity,  analog inputs, I2C, hibernation, ...
I would like to update you with my Design Challenge.   I was originally going to design a water system for my wife's square foot garden.   Shortly after being notified I won a kit, my health turned bad, and I got extremely ill for a long time. I have been battling back from that illness ever since.   I appreciated Element14 for being so generous to me and giving me a kit. I have only been able to read through some of the API's and do some simple applications with it. The TI CC3 ...
When this challenge launched, the summer was fresh and green; as winter draws close, it's time to say farewell to memories of backyard barbecues and laying in the sun.  So too, this is the last week for the Internet of the Backyard challenge. Just a reminder, the last blogs need to be submitted by the end of play November 7, 2014: a summary blog will help with the judging.  Thanks again to all our competitors. ...