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Kerimil shows us how to communicate between Arduino and a custom Android app. It uses Bluetooth, and the MIT App Inventor for the app code.
Anderson Li and his team at the University of Victoria have made an amazing $200 Quadcopter from an Arduino, motors and 3D printed parts.
The Galileo is a collaboration board between Intel and Arduino; running Linux, an Arduino pin layout, and industry standard connections.
This prosthetic arm is created out of an Arduino, and a 3D printer, and is controllable by brainwaves received by a headset.
Microduino is an Arduino-compatible board that’s a square inch in size. It has a clever stacking system and a variety of shields.
Pixy is a fast vision sensor you can quickly “teach” to find objects, and it connects directly to Arduino and other controllers.
The BLEduino is a tiny Arduino-Compatible development board with Bluetooth 4.0, built in. Control anything from your phone!
This is a comparison of the Arduino vs Raspberry Pi. Both boards are suitable for beginners, but are aimed at different niches.
The Toa Mata Band is a collection of Lego Bionicles that play various musical instruments. They play drums, synths, glockenspiels and more!