This is a free Android app that can be used to control the ASEE version of Lab 19 running on the RSLK robot using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).
This application collects no personal data, but does require Bluetooth 4.1, an RSLK advanced robot with CC2650, and the ASEE 2018 software project running on the MSP432. This app is provided for free. The application was derived from the BluetoothLeGatt example project on the Android Studio developer web site, so the chances of it being malicious are low. However, since this is my first Android app, the chances are quite high that there are bugs.
Download the application on an Android.
Configuring RSLK to run the ASEE project
Download the source code for the RSLK Android app.
Volume 1, Introduction to the MSP432 Microcontroller (2nd edition, 1st printing- December 2017) and Volume 2, Real-Time Interfacing to the MSP432 Microcontroller (second edition, 1st printing- June 2018), 2015, ISBN: 978-1512185676, and 978-1514676585 Volume 1 from Amazon Volume 2 from Amazon, Volume 1 includes architecture, assembly language and C programming for the Texas Instruments MSP432. Volume2 includes interfacing, circuits, real-time systems and the internet of Things (IoT).
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