Today is Arduino Day — a worldwide celebration of the Arduino’s birthday. If you can't make it to one of the official events, there are plenty of others organised by the community, so where are you heading today?
You can use a wide range of programming languages with the Raspberry Pi, but here we’re going to use Scratch. It’s a great beginner’s language, as it introduces many of the concepts of programming while at the same time being easy to use.
In the spirit and celebration of Arduino Day, we’ve compiled a list of some great past projects for your enjoyment. While the Arduino UNO and older Duemilanove are two of the most common Arduino boards, the MEGA and the Yún should not be avoided.
I'm playing with a new wifi module today from WizNet, the WizFi210. I have mine mounted on a test board that has 9 pin rs-232, usb, and TTL Serial interfaces. There is an Arduino shield available as well.
The new Raspberry Pi 2 has a lot of potential, but when combined with Steam's In-Home Streaming, it becomes a super-affordable Steam Box capable of streaming your games from your PC to the big screen easily.
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