Cool IoT Applications from Our Amazing Users

February 12 2016

With Presidents’ Day coming up, you might be looking for something fun to do over the long weekend.  Why not try building your own version of one of these cool IoT applications?

The Internet of Things is extremely interesting, but can sometimes seem daunting for beginners. Matthew Hallberg comes to the rescue with his introductory tutorial on weather checking using an Arduino Yún.

Temboo Arduino Tutorial

People who say that it’s boring to watch grass grow must have never tried it with cacti and a time-lapse camera. Ghanashyam creates a super cool budget time-lapse camera just with a webcam, Temboo, and Dropbox.

First went the cable boxes, and now goes TV. But how do you get the weather without watching the weather channel? You could go the boring route and check a weather website… or you could create your own easy-to-make personal weather station with this tutorial.

Weather Station Circuit

There are many other tutorials and cool IoT applications out there as well, which you can check out on Instructables and Hackster. It’s really been overwhelming how creative our users are, and we’re working to make sure that you can be more creative than ever!

With Presidents’ Day coming up, you might be looking for something fun to do over the long weekend.  Why not try building your own version of one of these cool IoT applications? The Internet of Things is extremely interesting, but can sometimes seem daunting for beginners. Matthew Hallberg comes to the rescue with his introductory […]

Win an Arduino Yún!

September 24 2014

We had a great time at World Maker Faire New York last weekend showing off our new Bluetooth low energy support alongside all of the other ways that Temboo makes it easy to connect hardware and build the Internet of Things. It’s hard to believe that it has been a year since the Arduino Yún was released and we first joined Arduino at Maker Faire to introduce our IoT partnership!
To celebrate a great year of creating, making, and coding with connected hardware, we’re holding a contest and giving away a Yún from Newark element14 (check out their website to see all the different types of hardware they have)! We’re looking for the best use of IoT Mode to build an awesome Internet of Things device, but the sort of device that you build is entirely up to you. Any Temboo Choreo(s) and any hardware you choose to incorporate are fair game, as long as the device you build is programmed with IoT Mode. We’ll judge submissions based on how useful they are, how useable they are, and how fun and creative they are as well.

To enter, send your name, a description of your device, what it does, and how it uses Temboo Choreos to do it to hey@temboo.com, along with a photo or video of the device in action. Submissions are due on Monday, November 3, and we’ll announce the winner the following week. Happy building!

We had a great time at World Maker Faire New York last weekend showing off our new Bluetooth low energy support alongside all of the other ways that Temboo makes it easy to connect hardware and build the Internet of Things. It’s hard to believe that it has been a year since the Arduino Yún […]
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