Our company makes the world's smallest breadboard-friendly Bluetooth 4.2 module and we need your help getting the word out.
We want you to dream up a cool mini-project (using our module) that you can design, implement and blog about. The mini-project should demonstrate an eye-catching use of our module, possibly together with a phone app and/or other basic components (GPS/sensors/whatever).
After the project is complete, we would like you to create a write-up that explains what you did and demonstrate how to replicate it for a novice.
We'll choose several of the best general interest mini-project ideas to fund and provide a free BluChip Explorer Kit ($55 value) containing everything you need to get started. Once the project is complete, we'll pay you $150 for the source code and blog post as described below.
* An original idea for a mini-project incorporating our BluChip module
* Working, well-documented, original source code that we can post on github. Feel free to make use of open-source code, but your project should do something unique and should correctly cite the sources of third-party source code.
* A medium-length text + picture description of the project idea and implementation, suitable for a blog post
The Explorer Kit link is: [url removed, login to view]
The webpage for our Bluetooth Module is here: http://www.makerchips.com/about