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The Arduino

A brief look at the Arduiono micrcontroller board

Erik Azar

on 7 August 2010

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Arduino Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. types of arduino devices Nano Duemilanove Mega LilyPad Mini / Mini USB projects tools software mac windows linux ARDUINO shields The Arduino is designed to be easy to understand and to work with for those without experience in electronics. It has 20 pins (6 analog and 14 digital), 6 pulse-width modulation-enabled pins, a TX and RX pin pairing, and an I2C port.

None of that make sense? Don't worry, you'll learn more about it all today. Frameworks Processing openFrameworks What can Processing do?
Everything from reading and writing data to the Internet, working with images,
videos, and sounds; drawing two and three dimensionally; creating AI; simulating physics; and much more. oF is designed for artists and designers working with interactive design and media art.
It really shines when working with 3D graphics
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