First App : Arduino Controller

First App : Arduino Controller

I’m glad to introduce my first app I wrote for my company Nak-Tek.
“Arduino Controller” lets you send commands to your Arduino through bluetooth.

With Arduino’s popularity on the rise, I was astonished that there wasn’t any apps in the Windows store that could connect to them. At least with a decent GUI.I thought to myself, why wait when I could probably write a program myself. That’s what I did and now I’m here a week later writing this post.

The app was developed for Windows for two reasons.
1) Lack of Arduino apps for Windows 8
2) Developer License is for that Os.

What do you need
App HEREHere
Sketch Here

Hardware:
-Arduino
-JCY-MU Bluetooth Adapter(HC-06)
-Power(Battery)
-Windows Tablet, Laptop, PC, etc.,.

Software:
Arduino IDE (To upload sketch)

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Steps to get everything perfect.
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1)Download app & sketch
2)Upload sketch to Arduino
3)Connect Bluetooth Adapter to Arduino
4)Pair with your Windows Device. HC-06 (Password is either “0000″ or “1234″)
5)Run app
6)Click “Search”, once connected enter the strings used for each Pin.

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