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We just put some finishing touches on The Web Leaderboard for our web enabled Foosball Table – Internet of Things gaming! Exosite’s Foosball Avatars The foosball table came from Costco and conveniently had goal sensors already built into the table. … Continue reading
A good friend of Exosite, John Breitenbach of Renesas Electronics Corp, recently wrote a great article that is published in Circuit Cellar, the July 2012 Issue. John used a Renesas RDKRX62N evaluation board and Exosite to create a monitoring system … Continue reading
Exosite’s XMPP chat interface is incredibly easy to work with. In fact, if you know how to chat with someone using an instant messenger app, then you can start chatting with your real time data! We have an XMPP bot … Continue reading
A classic issue for people who work at an office is finding out when fresh coffee is brewing. Do you make a pass by the kitchen area every 20 minutes? Maybe wait for the aroma? Take matters into your own … Continue reading
Exosite’s HTTP API has been mentioned in some of our previous posts, but we wanted to call attention to it. This is one of the simplest ways to send data to Exosite, especially for Internet-connected devices with scripting capability. The … Continue reading
Texas Instruments came out with a neat $49 Chronos ez430 Wireless Watch Development Kit. The dev kit is based on their low-power wireless + processor ez430 chipset, but looks/works just like a real watch. Check out the public dashboard. We … Continue reading