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Imagine an Arduino Shield that can be configured to be an LCD, GPS, Wifi, or any shield you may think of!
What can you do with 1Sheeld?
The Sky is the limit! You have a powerful Android smartphone that can be used to control your RC car, tweet when plants are thirsty, and have fun playing with your friends.
We have already developed a variety of shields for 1Sheeld like LED, Toggle Button, Buzzer, Slider, LCD, 7-Segment, Keypad, Music Player, Game Pad, Notifications, Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Gyroscope, SMS, Flashlight and Mic. And we have many other shields coming in the pipeline.
Brings the power of IoT with the simplicity of 1Sheeld and Arduino to your front door, so you can now handle Http requests, access certain REST api’s “even with JSON format” and get their responses then take a certain action using the Hardware experience.
Turns your smartphone into a secret pattern locker shield so Arduino can take actions according to a certain pattern defined by the user.
Voice Recognition Shield
Control your Arduino using voice commands with 1 line of code, you can trigger it to control a robot or talk to your home appliances!
Text To Speech Shield
Let your Arduino board talk to you, get text from Arduino and convert it into speech to hear through the smart phone's speaker.
Data Logger Shield
Use the memory of your smart phone to log the data of a certain sensor with Arduino, you can export the data in CSV format.
Turn your smart phone into a terminal and get the data from Arduino to your screen! Learn more from the examples page.
Use the speaker in your smartphone to buzz a certain tone, no need to buy a speaker and hook it up to Arduino, make this the output function triggered by Arduino when a certain action happens.
Use your smartphone touch screen as a keypad. Want to open your room with a pin code? With just a few code lines you have the advantage of using a 4x4 keypad so you can enter a password to trigger Arduino and open your door using a motor.
Bringing twitter into your Arduino sketch. Twitter shield allows you to send tweets with only 1 line of code in your sketch.
Helps you update your status on Facebook under certain conditions declared in your sketch.
Now you can check-in at any place automatically given the ID of the place if a certain condition is met.
Send emails when any hardware event happens.
Toggle Button Shield
Use your smartphone touch screen as an on or off button. Just two simple words can fit in your code so you can control things by checking the state of the toggle button on your smartphone.
Push Button Shield
Use your smartphone screen as a virtual push button to make it easier to test your ideas that uses a real push button.
Skype is now in your sketch, feel free to call or video-call others when a certain condition is met.
Use your smartphone touch screen as a slider. It's always cool to control things using a slider like controlling light intensity or motors, so here comes the slider shield to help you control peripherals with your smartphone.
Allows you to send a SMS to a phone number when a certain trigger is on.
Allows you to take pictures when a certain event happens, use your Arduino board to trigger the camera in your smartphone. The flashlight can also take pictures in the dark.
Gyroscope Sensor Shield
Tinker with the Gyroscope sensor in your smartphone and turn on some LEDs while playing with the Gyroscope Sensor by finding the values of the 3-Axis (X, Y & Z), you can also use it to drive an Arduino controlled car.
Use the sound level to trigger a hardware action, sense the level of noise to trigger an alarm, how about opening your door with a secret knock!
Finding the acceleration of moving objects is easier now by writing a simple line in your sketch, this shield will get you the data of the X, Y and Z axis of the accelerometer sensor in your smartphone.
Use your smartphone screen as a simple LED to test your output pins.
Seven Segments Shield - Use your smartphone screen as a seven segment display. Seven segments are an awesome electronic display for displaying numbers.
you can learn about all of the shields here
- Uses a standard HC-06 Bluetooth adapter (Bluetooth 2.1)
- Range is up to 30 feet
- Runs on an Atmel ATMega162
- 16 MHz operating frequency
- Communicate with Arduino using UART