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Spark Core: Wi-Fi for Everything (Arduino Compatible) by Spark Devices

Spark Core: Wi-Fi for Everything (Arduino Compatible) by Spark Devices
Share this project Done Share Tweet Embed Tweet Share Email Spark Core: Wi-Fi for Everything (Arduino Compatible) by Spark Devices Play A tiny Wi-Fi development board. Minneapolis, MNDIY Electronics Share this project pledged of $10,000 goal seconds to go Funded! This project was successfully funded . A tiny Wi-Fi development board. Spark Devices Project by 2 created | 27 backed spark.io See full bioContact me About this project Our Kickstarter campaign has ended, but you can still order your own Spark Core at sparkdevices.com. The Spark Core is an Arduino-compatible, Wi-Fi enabled, cloud-powered development platform that makes creating internet-connected hardware a breeze. This little board packs a punch: with a 72 MHz ARM Cortex M3, the best Wi-Fi module on the market, wireless programming, and lots of pin outs and peripherals, there's nothing you can't build with the Core. We love Arduino, and we love writing Arduino code. Set-up steps: 1. That was it. Current Shields: Zach Supalla. First off, thank you!

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