Product Development and Applied UX at CodeMash

by Emily Twaddell

Involution Columbus at CodeMash
January 7-10, 2014
Kalahari Resort
Sandusky, OH

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Topics: Processing language, arduino, ux design, Events, ux axioms

Midwest UX

by Danielle Monroe

Midwest UX
featuring "Introduction to Arduino and the Internet of Things"
Grand Rapids, Michigan
October 17-19, 2013

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Topics: Design, Midwest UX, arduino, Events, UX, internet of things

Laying the foundation to the Internet of Things: Getting data out of your Arduino

by Eric Benoit

Many of us here at Invo have been using the Arduino quite a bit. From making claws for costumes to retail environment behavior to coffee electronics – it is incredible what you can do with these microcontrollers. However, there still is not a straightforward way of getting data out of your Arduino, onto the internet and accessible via a web app.

The personal project I've been working on has been tracking physical activity not covered by pedometers (vague, I know) and then having a web app to display that historical data. Coming from a design background with a light technical bend (some C++ and ActionScript) I am in familiar territory... but its been a while.

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Topics: Design, code, data, GitHub, arduino, sensors, connected environments, quantified self, IoT, php, mysql, Blog, repository, wireless, internet of things, the quantified self