Connect to iOS and Android using bluetooth 4.0. Code your UI once in the Arduino IDE and view it on your mobile devices. The Andee U uses the BlueGiga BLE112 module for communication.
Construct widgets to appear on your Apple Watch and control your Arduino.
Extra 8 digital IO pins. No more shortage of pins for your projects.
1.27mm pitch jumper slot for easy change of SPI chip selection pin.
Micro SD Card slot allows for persistent data storage or data logging.*
Create your own widget from a selection of elements through the Arduino IDE. You have full control over the size and position of the element, text to display, text colors and background color. Let your imagination run wild!
Choose from a selection of widgets to create:
Displays text to provide a context for your UI.
Allows you to code what happens on a button press event.
Triggers the keyboard on your device for text input.
Tiggers a date picker for date selection.
Triggers a time picker for time selection.
Displays numerical ratios. Value changes are animated
Allows for fine grain controls for user set values to control your Arduino.
Use features available on your smartphone to aid your Arduino project. Features that can be used are listed below:
Easily trigger your smartphone to take a photo from your arduino.
Playback written text as speech through the smartphone.
Sends a SMS right from your Arduino code.
Displays an in-app notification.
Trigger vibrations on your phone to alert you. Durations of vibration can be customized.
Tap the full potential of gyro and accelerometer to control your Arduino.
Use location data with your Arduino.
The free Andee library gives you the freedom to use your phone features, incorporate bluetooth connection and create customizable widgets. All these are achieved with just a few lines of code in the Arduino IDE. Let the Andee library do the heavy lifting for you!For instructions on how to get the library, click here.