The Sony Spresense #Spresense #IoT @SonyDevWorld

Overview – Spresense – Sony Developer World. Spresense is a compact development board based on Sony’s power-efficient multicore microcontroller CXD5602. It allows developers … Source : The Sony Spresense #Spresense #IoT @SonyDevWorld

Arduino Gets a Command Line Interface

When using an Arduino, at least once you’ve made it past blinking LEDs, you might start making use of the serial connection to send and receive information from the microcontroller. Communica… Source : Arduino Gets a Command Line Interface

Pixy2 is Super Vision for Arduino or Raspberry Pi

A Raspberry Pi with a camera is nothing new. But the Pixy2 camera can interface with a variety of microcontrollers and has enough smarts to detect objects, follow lines, or even read barcodes witho… Source : Pixy2 is Super Vision for Arduino or Raspberry Pi

Add Nest Functionality to your Thermostat for $5

The Nest Thermostat revolutionized the way that people control the climate in their homes. It has features more features than even the best programmable thermostats. But, all of the premium feature… Source : Add Nest Functionality to your Thermostat for $5

Arduino Nitrox Analyzer for the Submarine Hacker

For Hackaday readers who don’t spend their free time underwater, nitrox is a blend of nitrogen and oxygen that’s popular with scuba divers. Compared to atmospheric air, nitrox has a hig… Source : Arduino Nitrox Analyzer for the Submarine Hacker

New AVR-IOT Board Connects to Google

Readers of Hackaday are no strangers to using a microcontroller to push data to WiFi. Even before the ESP8266 there were a variety of ways to do that. Now Microchip is joining the fray with a $29 b… Source : New AVR-IOT Board Connects to Google