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Arduino Tre Arduino TRE, the first Arduino board manufactured in the U.S. Thanks to the 1-GHz Sitara AM335x processor, Arduino developers get up to 100 times more performance with the Sitara-processor-based TRE than they do on the Arduino Leonardo or Uno. This performance opens the doors to more advanced Linux-powered applications. The Sitara-processor-based Linux Arduino can run high-performance desktop applications, processing-intensive algorithms or high-speed communications. The Arduino TRE is two Arduinos in one: the Sitara-processor-based Linux Arduino plus a full AVR-based Arduino, while leveraging the simplicity of the Arduino software experience. In addition, the Arduino TRE is partially the result of a close collaboration between Arduino and the foundation.

OUTILSProcessingGUIControlP5OscilloMultiVoiesMultiControle // Programme processing// généré avec le générateur de code Processing// X. HINAULT - Avril 2011 - tous droits réservés// // ------- Licence du code de ce programme ----- // This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify// it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License,// or any later version.// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Ninja Blocks Ninja Blocks is built on the shoulders of giants. Giants including Arduino, Node.js, and Linux. Naturally contributing back to the Open Source community is a no brainer. We’ve open sourced all our hardware designs, and many software libraries. Open Source Hardware The Ninja Block is open source hardware. About codebender Cross-platform Works on Windows, Mac & Linux, Firefox & Chrome codebender supports Windows (from Windows XP up to Windows 8.1, yes, even Vista :P), Mac OS X 10.6-10.9, and Linux, but keep in mind, we mostly test it with Ubuntu. Are you a mobile user? DIY altimeter for FrSky telemetry receivers with Arduino & BMP085 Build Log DIY altimeter for FrSky telemetry receivers with Arduino & BMP085 Hi, Let me share this cheap and simple barometric altimeter. It is largely based on this altimeter (by KapteinKuk), except that it uses a cheaper BMP085 sensor, and the altitude is sent to the ground via an FrSky telemetry link.

MacOSX This document explains how to connect your Arduino board to the computer and upload your first sketch. 1 | Get an Arduino board and USB cable In this tutorial, we assume you're using an Arduino Uno, Arduino Duemilanove, Nano, Arduino Mega 2560 , or Diecimila. If you have another board, read the corresponding page in this getting started guide. You also need a standard USB cable (A plug to B plug): the kind you would connect to a USB printer, for example.

Arduino: Touch capacitive Midi keyboard firstly, we need to determinate the sensitivety of our resistors. To do this, you will need to download the CapacitiveSensor library and install it into your Arduino folder. Then copy this sketch and upload it to your Arduino. After you finished uploading the code and building the Arduino, open the serial monitor inside your ADE. If done correctly, you will see a row of values. If you're touching the end of the wire, the send-back value should be higher compared to the value when not touching the wire.

Visualized: Arduino Uno shows up in NASA's Swamp Works facility There are certain things you'd expect to encounter on a visit to NASA's Swamp Works research facility. Walking into the former Apollo testing facility, you'll almost certainly catch glimpses of martian rovers, soil samples and an assortment of scientific testing devices. But in spite of Arduino's near ubiquity these days, we'll admit that we were a bit taken aback when the familiar blue microcontroller made an appearance on a lab desk during our conversation with NASA "lighting guy," Dr. Eirik Holbert.

Visual TFT - Software for Rapid Development of embedded GUI devices with TFT display Hardware templates make settings easy SingleClick™ settings Nobody likes complicated settings and options at the begining of each project. With new hardware templates, single click on a dropdown list item does all the work for you. Everything will be automatically set. How to create an Arduino remote shutter : Arduino Copy the circuit design, then plug the Arduino to your computer and start the Arduino software, compile and transfer this code to your Arduino : int time = 100; int incomingByte = 0; const int opto_focus = 2; const int opto_shoot = 3; void setup() { Serial.begin(115200); // Baud-rate pinMode(opto_focus, OUTPUT); pinMode(opto_shoot, OUTPUT); } void loop() { // Send data only when you receive data if (Serial.available() > 0) { // Reading incoming bytes : incomingByte =; switch (incomingByte) { case 'f': digitalWrite(opto_focus, HIGH); // Focus.. delay(300); digitalWrite(opto_focus, LOW); break;

Getting Started - BLE Shield — RedBearLab Important: Blend, Blend Micro and our BLE Shield share the same libraires. If you have followed our other "Getting Started" guide and installed the above libraries, you can skip this section go to "BLE Shield Setup" Check your "Sketchbook location" in Arduino IDE (it is for storing Arduino support files), go to menu File > Preferences... (on Mac OSX, go to menu Arduino > Preferences...)