The Kickstarter project “tōd:Connect Real World Actions to Mobile Devices and the Web” is now online, and I recommend all readers of my blog to visit the Kickstarter.com pages since I’m involved in this project as well. For people who were interested in the location micro cells I created as my first BLE hardware can […]
After spending some time on hardware- and software development I finally finished a first working prototype of an Arduino Bluetooth Low Energy Shield. A detailed story about the shield shown below can be found in the Hardware Section or directly using this link: http://www.mkroll.mobi/?page_id=386 Read what others are writing about the BLE Shield: http://blog.makezine.com/2012/03/19/bluetooth-4-0-from-arduino-to-iphone-no-jailbreaking-no-mfi/ http://transalchemy.com/2012/03/19/bluetooth-4-0-from-arduino-to-iphone-no-jailbreaking-no-mfi/ http://houseofmods.com/2012/03/bluetooth-4-0-from-arduino-to-iphone-no-jailbreaking-no-mfi/ […]
A while a go I started to create a first PCB design for a Bluetooth Low Energy Microcell, which should be used to setup an indoor localization system. The PCB has been manufactured in december and I assembled it during the xmas holidays. Using the iBLE application, which is a generic BLE explorer app and […]
Today I picked up a “Bluegiga BLE112 Bluetooth® 4.0 single mode Development Kit” from my Distributor KELAG to start BLE Development. The iBLE App which is currently under development was able to see the development kit, which has a Thermometer Demo installed by default. The combination of the development kit, my new iPhone4S, the knowledge […]
After some designing I finished a breakout board for the BlueGiga BLE112 Module. It will be plugged into the main sensor board which is still under development.