plug.ee is a smart socket to control your appliances. It can be controlled from your phone, and has a smart learning capability.
This section is all about the latest Arduino hardware releases in the maker world. We feature everything from the latest Arduino development boards and shields, to the latest gadgets. Not only are there numerous commercially available boards, but they all have unique abilities. Some might feature Bluetooth, GPS or WiFi; while others may be tiny or portable. Some are even fully fledged robotics kits. Many of these boards were developed through Kickstarter and other crowd-funded campaigns.
The touch board lets you add interactivity to your project using any conductive material, including special conductive paint.
Gameduino 2 can run beautiful games, similar to iOS and Android, thanks to it’s 32-bit colour touchscreen and integrated GPU.
There’s loads of Arduino Starter Kits you can choose from. We look at Arduino’s own starter kit, and see what’s inside.
The GPS Cookie is an Arduino-compatible, open-source GPS logger. You can create your own firmware and projects where you need GPS data.
The Galileo is a collaboration board between Intel and Arduino; running Linux, an Arduino pin layout, and industry standard connections.
Microduino is an Arduino-compatible board that’s a square inch in size. It has a clever stacking system and a variety of shields.
The team behind the Pixy have released a video showing off the sensor’s laser tracking abilities. By doing what? Annoying cats of course!
Zcapture is a hardware and software solution to create 3D images of products. It is based around a rotating platter, and your DSLR camera.
Flutter is a wireless Arduino, that has a 1km range. Compare that to WiFi’s range of 100m and you get 10 times the distance!