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@MyToaster introduced the world to the idea of social appliances. This Internet of Things devices led to the creation of ThingSpeak - a service created to collect data from things and analyze it with MATLAB.
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New +CheerLights demo video! 
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"You’ve Collected Lots of IoT Data, Now We Can Help You Figure Out What It Means!" http://community.thingspeak.com/2015/08/you-have-collected-lots-of-iot-data/ #iot #matlab
For the last several years, I have been collecting data with ThingSpeak from devices all around my house. I have been tracking temperature, humidity, light levels, outside weather data, my deep fre...
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A ThingSpeak App is a service offered by ThingSpeak that runs in the cloud to help you build connected projects and release connected products for the Internet of Things. We are happy to announce t...
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#CheerLights + Cast = CheerCast!  #WearableWednesday  
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/01/06/cheerlights-cast-cheercast-wearablewednesday/

About a month ago I discovered a cool project called #CheerLights. Basically people around the world tweet @CheerLight commands and control everyone’s LEDs that are hooked up to the program. So, you could feasibly have a holiday shirt that glows colors based on the whim of someone in Paris. Well, that’s what I would like to do with it. Anyway, I caught this fun project on Hackaday by Dr. Lucy Rogers, of Element 14 fame. She’s a humorous engineer that’s always coming up with inventive projects. In fact, you might say she is the “glass half full” type given this particular project. After a recent wrist break, instead of complaining about the color selection of the cast, she decided to hack it with some Christmas tree style lights controlled by #CheerLights.

You can read the details on her blog, but you can see it’s an easy mix of an Adafruit Flora, a Bluefruit LE module and NeoPixels. Soldered wires are a nice choice as they help show the line of the tree and add trim. Velcro holds everything in place, and of course the real fun comes with a phone loaded with Adafruit’s Bluefruit LE Connect App and Twitter. With some simple commands like “@CheerLights paint the town red”, you can make the world a fun place for Christmas or Valentine’s Day. In fact, the reason I love this project is that there are so many excuses to do LEDs on command—holidays, races, sports, birthdays, Star Wars gatherings. Well, you get the idea. The CheerLights site also highlights all the projects being done around the world, so even if you haven’t connected an LED strand of your own, you can still control one by someone else. 

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#wearables   #wearabletech   #tech   #DIY   #Arduino   #medical  
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Count cars + analyze traffic with Raspberry Pi​, a webcam, and ThingSpeak​

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Introduction In this IoT project, we use a Raspberry Pi, a web cam and ThingSpeak to count cars on a busy highway.  We deploy a car-counting algorithm to the Raspberry Pi device, and we analyze and visualize the traffic patterns with ThingSpeak, a data aggregator.  This project stores data in channel 38629 on ThingSpeak. Analytics are everywhere in the Internet of Things (IoT) occurring at: The edge node Offline on the desktop In the cloud For th...
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CheerLights Chrome Plugin!
Shows the current color that is set on the Cheerlights API.
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Find your way to Winston-Salem, NC and have the beer that you have been following on social networks. Small Batch Beer Co. uses ioBridge Technology to tell their patrons how much beer is left in their tanks at their brewery. Small Batch specializes in making limited quantities of beer one barrel ...
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The servers behind ThingSpeak have been slammed with data from all kinds of IoT devices and applications. We recently upgraded the entire backend of ThingSpeak and increased capacity to support our...
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Internet of Things Gaining Traction with Multinational Companies – Speed to Market, Security, and Scalability are Fueling Adoption MARLBOROUGH, Mass., Dec. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – ioBridge, Inc. (www.iobridge.com) announced a new licensing agreement with Schneider Electric, a g…
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