In an attempt to learn something that I can connect with a new crowd on, I’ve decided to pick up embedded systems, IoT, Robotics, whatever the cool kids are calling it these days. So I called up my buddies over at Intel and asked if they could ship me something useful. Boy did they ship me something fun! This article is all about playing with the Grove Starter Kit and Intel Edison + Arduino Board.
We came across the excellent Modulo on Kickstarter recently. Modulo is a “modular solution for building powerful electronic devices” and consists of a cluster of smart modules such as sensors, motor drivers and displays that slide into a solid base unit. It abstracts all the jumbliness of building electronics from scratch and lets you concentrate on …
Today, Makey Makey gets a smaller sibling called Makey Makey Go, the latest version of our favorite interface board designed to allow people to quickly take everyday objects and use them to control their computers.
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Have you been searching high and low for a $9 computer? We just heard about a new Kickstarter project for a tiny computer called C.H.I.P. that was went online this week and is already meet and exceeded their fundraising goal.
Through a U.S. manufacturing partnership with Adafruit and the launch of a new global sister brand called Genuino, Arduino today announces a couple of big moves that address the challenges that have emerged for the company over the past few months.
Gaming on the go may have been dominated by smartphones and tablets recently, with handhelds like the PS Vita and Nintendo DS struggling in comparison, but with retro games enjoying a comeback of late, there's plenty of scope for cheap and cheerful gaming handhelds - and you can even build your own!
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