Accelerometer Controlled LaunchPad BLE Robot
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GyroscopeYou need a mobile device for this
MagnetometerYou need a mobile device for this
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The SensorTag component of this web application is a demo of the "html-CC2650SensorTag.js", which shows the measurement result reported by a SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy/Multi-standard SensorTag (CC2650STK) in real time.
In order to try the SensorTag web application, turn on your CC2650 pressing the power button (on the right side of your CC2650). If your CC2650 is turned on successfully, you will find the green LED is blinking. Then press the "Connect" button above. Your Chrome will show you a dialog window which shows found devices. Selecting your CC2650, this web application will establish a connection with the CC2650, then show you the measurement results coming from your CC2650.
IO Service / Simple Keys Service
Pressing the buttons below, you can turn on/off the LEDs and the buzzer.
When you press the buttons on the side of the CC2650, the indicators on either side of the picture will be highlighted.
One of the best ways to put your SensorTag and BLE-enabled LaunchPad to good use is to use the SensorTag to remotely control your LaunchPad robot!
Here we use the x and y accelerometer components to drive our BLE robot - and it is awesome.
Just connect both SensorTag and LaunchPad robot, tap the "Drive Using Accelerometer" button opposite and practise your remote control skills!
No SensorTag? No problem!
On a mobile device, just tap the button at the top of the page to turn on the internal accelerometer, connect your LaunchPad robot, and tap the Drive Using Accelerometer button.
Just connect your LaunchPad, tap the "Drive Using Accelerometer" button and use the acc_x and acc_y GeoGebra accelerometer sliders to control your Robot!
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