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Easy Arduino: Two Projects To Help You Get Started

Easy Arduino: Two Projects To Help You Get Started | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

"Meet Arduino, the tiny microcontroller that’s good at doing what your computer can’t.

The computers we use every day are powerful, but they’re terrible at knowing what’s going on around them. Your laptop isn’t exactly equipped to sense light or moisture, for example. Arduino, on the other hand, is specifically designed to stay keyed in to the outside world. It’s equipped with a board full of inputs and outputs for sensors to simplify communication..."

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10 Arduino Projects That Simplify Electronics Hacking

10 Arduino Projects That Simplify Electronics Hacking | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it
The best way to celebrate Arduino is to learn about its best projects and applications.

 

"Saturday marks World Arduino Day, an eponymous celebration of the first decade of the open-source single-board microcontroller designed for do-it-yourself electronics projects.

Developed in 2004 for Italian design students, Arduino quickly became a favorite for builders and makers all over the world. With a built-in set of inputs and outputs that can be directly connected to sensors, Arduino allows for projects that interact with the environment outside the tiny microcontroller.

For this reason, many compare Arduino to Raspberry Pi, but Arduino is not a self-sufficient computer like the Pi. What Arduino can do is make electrical engineering ridiculously easy..."

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Après le logiciel libre, le matériel ouvert et libre

Après le logiciel libre, le matériel ouvert et libre | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it

certains mouvements expérimentent d’autres manières de concevoir et d’utiliser les objets de la vie courante.L’open hardware (ou matériel ouvert) en est un exemple concret. Mouvement comparable à celui du logiciel libre, l’open hardware chamboule le monde de la conception du matériel électronique. Là où les sociétés avaient l’habitude de garder secrets les plans électroniques, les programmes, les nomenclatures de pièces et tous les brevets, les défenseurs du matériel ouvert prônent le partage.

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How Arduino And Raspberry Pi Can Enhance Your Connected Home

How Arduino And Raspberry Pi Can Enhance Your Connected Home | Sciences & Technology | Scoop.it
You don't need an expensive Nest to connect your home to the Internet of Things.

 

"The connected home, the ultimate ideal in technology-driven luxury, promises easy living by passing along our drudgery to computers. But it’s not perfect.

Even if you’re willing to shell out for expensive devices for your house, are you willing to trust them? There’s always the concern that when a middleman is involved, you’re relinquishing at least some control of your own domain.

In that case, why not roll your own connected home? ..."

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Débuter avec une carte Arduino - PoBot

Arduino est une carte programmable open-source devenue un standard de fait pour ses extensions pratiques pour la robotique ludique et les montages électroniques amateurs. C’est simple, c’est pratique et nous sommes là pour vous aider !

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