We train the Intel Arduino 101, with a 128 node hardware neural Network chip created by General Vision, to recognize OCR MNIST characters.
by Marcus O'Brien
Per-tip calibration and high-frequency temperature check by Timer1 for a more accurate soldering iron.
We used a TI FDC1004 breakout with an Arduino to measure liquid level in a bottle using the capacitance between two adhesive copper strips.
by Team ProtoCentral
Coming from Codebender? Good news, you can move all your work in a few simple steps!
In this tutorial I'm going to tell you how we can get the sensor data from Arduino Uno and sending it to the Raspberry pi through UART.
by Deligence Technologies
Here we are going to start our project with RFID-RC522 and Arduino with Ethernet Shield.
An open-source, Arduino-compatible RF signal generator with Wi-Fi connectivity.
by Team ERA Instruments
With the help of Firmata, the Arduino or Particle devices control from the PC.
by Ingo Lohs
FreeRTOS, simple, easy to use, robust, optimised for Arduino IDE.
Full access to FreeRTOS capabilities, within classic Arduino environment.
by Phillip Stevens
Make your hardware push data to a Google spreadsheet.
by Gustavo Gonnet
Program your Arduino with an Android device over Bluetooth HC05.
Send Arduino101 IMU data over BLE to your mobile device with Evothings and smoothie charts!
by Greg V
Easily extend the Arduino capabilities to the Raspberry Pi 2 running Windows 10 IoT Core with C#.
by Daniel Porrey
Interfacing Raspberry Pi with Arduino UNO
by Sankar Cheppali
The software library to calculate moon age, sunrise and sunset time.
FreeRTOS, simple, easy, robust, and optimised for Arduino IDE. Using FreeRTOS Semaphores to share and protect physical resources.
nRF24L01 radio transceiver provides very efficient and inexpensive way to establish communication between microcontrollers.
Tutorial of Shift Register 74HC595, drivers like ULN2803, UDN2981, transistor BC327, making your designs more robust and reliable!
Use FreeRTOS (simple, easy, robust, & optimised for the Arduino IDE) to reduce the power required for battery or low power applications.
Did you ever wonder what happens between the time you click on "Upload" and your sketch starts running? Here's how you can find out...
Make the smallest Arduino possible with just an ATtiny85 8-pin DIL-IC running in 8MHz from an internal Oscillator.
by Kristian Blåsol
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