Arduino and Atmel launch the Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101 Following an exciting two days of MakerCon and on the eve of Maker Faire, the team of Atmel and Arduino have announced the launch of the Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101, a shield that enables rapid prototyping of Internet of Things (IoT) applications on the highly-popular open-source platform. The cost-effective, secure Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101 is an easy-to-use extension that can seamlessly be connected to any Arduino board enabling high-performance Wi-Fi connectivity. This new shield gives the design community more opportunities to securely connect IoT applications, ranging from consumer goods to wearables, robotics, high-tech devices and more. The Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101 is powered by Atmel’s wireless network controller, part of the Atmel SmartConnect family, and also includes the CryptoAuthentication device which allows users to easily incorporate hardware authentication capability in their design.
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Did you know This is an archive of the Did you know? section on the home page We occasionally replace the DYK section on the home page, and items are copied to here so anyone interested can browse them. To discuss suggestions for new items, please edit the talk page. July 2012 May 2010 Raspberry Pi and Arduino Connected Using I2C With Raspberry Pi and I2C communication, we can connect the Pi with single or multiple Arduino boards. The Raspberry Pi has only 8 GPIO’s, so it would be really useful to have additional Inputs and outputs by combining the Raspberry Pi and Arduino. There are many ways of Linking them such as using USB cable and Serial Connection. Why do we choose to use I2C?
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SoX - Sound eXchange Welcome Technical Information Support and Development SorceForge.net Most of the SoX project's resources are provided by Sourceforge. Raspberry Pi and Arduino Connected Over Serial GPIO One way to connect the Raspberry Pi and Arduino is by connecting the GPIO on the Raspberry Pi and the Serial Pins on the Arduino. Because there is a voltage difference between the two device on these interface, a voltage divider or logic level converter would be required. Check my article about connecting the two using I2C if you haven’t already seen it.
Connect Raspberry Pi and Arduino with Serial USB Cable There are many ways of connecting the Raspberry Pi and Arduino, such as using the GPIO and Serial pins and using I2C. But this could be one of the easiest way to get them talking, because hardware that required is minimal: all you will need is a micro USB cable that comes with the Arduino. To Setup your Raspberry Pi, check out this article. To Demonstrate how this works, I will be doing two little projects, one for data going to Raspberry Pi from Arduino, the other one for the opposite.
Raspberry Pi and Arduino Note. There is now a followup to this post here. The Raspberry Pi is creating quite a storm of interest. I have just got mine and one of the first things that I wanted to try was to get it talking to an Arduino over USB using Python. .. and you know what? It proved to be a lot easier than I expected. E-Learning Trends to Follow in 2015 - eTutorWorld Blog While examining what are the key e-learning trends to be seen in2015, we discovered the following which will be of interest to our readers. SAAS ( School as a Service) This is a trend that has impacted the academic sector to a great extent with more enterprises vying for a foothold in this sector.