Rhyduino - Arduino and Managed Code

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Rhyduino makes it easy for Visual Studio / Windows devs to control the Arduino using a computer. It's like supercharging your Arduino with all the horsepower of your PC. Using XBees, they don't even have to be physically connected to each other. It's kick ass! Written in C#.




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