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Replacement: WRL-10268 . The latest revision of this board breaks out the PIO4 pin and has a minor effect on the PCB size. This page is for reference only.
By Mitchell Page Mpag5967 [at] mail.usyd.edu.au Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney , Australia Normally you would use a serial USB cable connected from your computer to your Wiring board for receiving data sent from a computer running processing to your board. This tutorial demonstrates how to execute this same process, but wirelessly using Bluetooth.
Note: this is not about the official Arduino Bluetooth board. You can find the official tutorials here: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardBluetooth By Mitchell Page Mpag5967 [at] mail.usyd.edu.au Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition University of Sydney, Australia >> back to tutorials page PLEASE NOTE: this tutorial was written for Wiring but can easily be translated to arduino, just remember the rx and tx pins in arduino are 0 and 1 respectively. See also this tutorial for using the BlueSmirf bluetooth device with Arduino.