TI SensorTag: Real world data in the palm of your hand
Texas Instruments TI-Nspire Scripting Support Page
Download the SensorTag TI-Nspire document
GeoGebra and the TI SensorTag (free)
- Introducing the SensorTag
- Putting the SensorTag to Work
- Sharing Data - the Easy Way
- Some Classroom Applications to Get Started
Try For Yourself!
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As you will have seen from the few examples offered, a tool like the SensorTag offers much, much more than just a source of data. Potentially, it is a source of deep engagement, systematic exploration and design, research and understanding of the real world, and powerful mathematics along the way. All the very best ingredients for a STEM-active classroom, from which students may take, not just deeper knowledge and understanding of key content and principles, but a thirst for more, and the skills which will equip them to seek and find new knowledge and wonder along the way.
If you are interested to learn more about the SensorTag and how you might create your own BLE-active Nspire documents using Lua, then visit the Lua Scripting Tutorials.
If you have a SensorTag and happen to be using the Chrome browser on a recent (mid-2012+) Mac, Android (M) or ChromeBook, then try it out right now! Just click the Connect button at the top of the page and see the TI SensorTag in action!
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.
- System ID
- Model Number
- Firmware Revision
- Hardware Revision
- Software Revision
- Manufacturer Name
- Battery Level
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