Arbitrary waves can be drawn, edited, saved, opened and uploaded to the Due via USB, or the Due can run alone controlled by pots & switches.
Project tutorial by BruceEvans
With this simple circuit the analog output of Arduino Due start from zero
Project tutorial by Giovanni Carrera
Bridging the gap between professional and DIY/hobbyist bench power supply.
Project in progress by prasimix
I present to you a virtual machine that can execute files compiled for it and work with hardware, such as SD, TFT, PS/2 keyboard, RTC.
Project showcase by evost
Proof of concept aimed to "unlock" an RTC, an EEPROM and a few other things.
Connect your anduinoWiFi to IFTTT. Control everything around you, or 'let go' and let random events in cyberspace control your surroundings!
Project tutorial by Brian Carbonette
Learn how to develop a Magnetically Levitated Ball using MATLAB, Simulink, and an Arduino Due.
Project tutorial by MATLAB Makers
Ease of Python programming on the powerful Arduino Due.
Project in progress by AdiK
An open-source, Arduino-compatible RF signal generator with Wi-Fi connectivity.
by ERA Instruments
Programming interface that gives your Arduino DUE read/write access to all of your computer drives through USB.
Project showcase by JD Sweet
Consider this the "Blinky LED" of the anduinoWiFi shield!
Embedis is a library for creating simple embedded key-value servers using non-volatile storage like NVSRAM, FRAM, FLASH, or EEPROM.
by Team thingSoC
The Arduino world offers a ton of H/W options and excellent S/W. Making a real industrial project out of it... not so easy.
Project in progress by Ed Caceres
Innovative hande-made solution to build a superfast memory-card and/or data-storage device for a universal and multipurpose usage with MCU's
Project tutorial by Dave
Everywhere it's specified that A.Due has same pin layout with Arduino Mega, so you can use Mega's Sensor Shield on Due.
Project showcase by tolgadurudogan
Makes your Arduino project into a neat, DIN-rail compatible device.
Project showcase by Ed Caceres
LOccam is a light implementation of OCCAM intended for Arduino. It is ideally suited for multitasking, especially for beginners.
Free and easy-to-use Real-Time Multi-Tasking extension for Arduino IDE based on ERIKA Real-Time Operating System
by frestucc and TheNino
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