We come across amazing XBee projects every day, so we wanted to remind you that we’re constantly updating the XBee Project Gallery. Here’s just a few of the latest additions– from a hacked guitar to an award-winning wireless mesh network.
On-Board Wireless Guitar Controller by JP Carrascal
JP decided to hack his guitar in a number of different ways using an Arduino Pro Mini, a pair of 2mW Xbees with chip antenna, an Xbee explorer regulated, an Xbee shield and an Ethernet Shield and a FTDI breakout.
A-Pod by Kåre Halvorsen aka Zenta
The A-Pod is a remotely operated insect-like robot using a PS-2 controller. The ant inspired hexapod robots are controlled using a custom made transmitter, XBee communication, Basic Micro BAP28 mcu and SSC32 servo controller, powered by a single 2S LiPo 5000 mAh battery.
Wireless Mesh Network Time Server by John Schuch
This solar-powered Wireless Mesh Network Time Server was an honorable mention at the 2012 DesignSpark chipKIT Challenge. The Wireless Mesh Network receives time and date data from a GPS receiver module and rebroadcasts it into a mesh network through an XBee module for use by any devices attached to the network.
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