These tutorials demonstrate how to use specific types of sensors with Kinoma Create and Kinoma Element. All our example code is also available on our GitHub site.
Control a digital output relay made by Tessel, using a digital input capacitive touch sensor connected to Kinoma Element.
Combine Kinoma Create with the Satechi IQ Plug to build a clap on/clap off BLE-controlled outlet switch.
Build a KinomaJS app that interfaces with the Griffin PowerMate Bluetooth button, using Kinoma Create's built-in BLE stack.
Change the color of an LED based on the current temperature, with an LED and temperature sensor connected to Kinoma Element.
Read an analog sensor connected to Kinoma Element and use the HTTPClient module to make requests to a web service.
Connect the BLE Miselu keyboard to an app on Kinoma Create that enables you to play notes from the keyboard to the audio output on the Create.
Control the wireless BLE Satechi IQ Plug from Kinoma Create.
Use a digital pin to read input from a physical button. When pressed, it triggers an event in the application that removes a letter from a string displayed on the Kinoma Create screen. Start here to learn how to use Digital Input.
Capture and display photographs on the Kinoma Create screen when a button is pressed, using Digital Input to monitor the button.
Make a companion app for a Kinoma Create project, implementing communication between an iOS app and Kinoma Create via WebSockets. Digital Output is used to turn an LED on and off on the Create.
Use a digital pin to turn on and off an LED when a button is pressed on the Kinoma Create screen. Start here to learn how to use Digital Output.
Fill the Kinoma Create screen with the color sensed by an RGB color sensor. Digital Output is used to turn the color sensor's LED on and off.
Display a value from an analog input onto the Kinoma Create screen. Start here to learn how to use Analog Input.
Plot the reading from any analog sensor in real time on the Kinoma Create screen.
Draw lines on the Kinoma Create screen using potentiometers, and erase your drawing with a shake gesture interpreted by an accelerometer. Analog Input is used for both.
Use red/green/blue sliders on the Kinoma Create screen to control the color of an RGB LED. The LED is controlled by PWM pins.
Rotate a continuous servo using a PWM pin on Kinoma Create.
Obtain the current temperature from an I2C temperature sensor and display it on the Kinoma Create screen.
Record and play up to 30 seconds of audio on Kinoma Create's built-in microphone and speaker.