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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.
An open source home automation system with a Linux supervisor (central control) and Arduino/Arduino-work-alikes remotes. The remotes allow for control and monitoring of various types of I/O and sensors.
OpenMT is an open source hardware project for developing multitouch applications. Unlike camera-based multitouch, OpenMT lets you make a thin, flexible multitouch surface. It is Arduino friendly and has been developed by Sensible UI in Seoul, Korea.
A small library for logging printf style formatted data to any of the available HardwareSerial ports on an arduino board. Installation: Copy the Dbg/ directory and all contents to your Arduino/libraries/ directory On Mac OSX this is ~/Documents/Arduino/libraries On other systems its the directory containing your sketches You may need to create the libraries/ subdirectory if it does not exist Restart Arduino IDE to pick up new libraries Simple usage: #include <Dbg.h>int port = 1; // 1 = Serial, [
The SimpleSerialization library provides the functionality to serialize and deserialize objects to streams that then can be sent via a serial connection. Currently there is an implementation of the library for the Arduino microcontroller so that a Java application and an Arduino can communicate via the serial interface. The SimpleSerilaization library could be used to debug and remote control an Arduino or to do a hardware-in-the-loop simulation. An example SimpleSerialization application could