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The 'netduino Helpers' is a C# driver set for common hardware components and features convenient wrappers around complex .Net Micro Framework features such as: Analog joysticks, Real-time clock, 8*8 LED matrix, Shift register, runtime assembly & resource loader, bitmaps, etc.
Netduino Plus Woot-Off Detector. Utilizes the Netduino Plus to query woot.com for Woot-Offs. When a Woot-Off is detected, the Netduino will enable a pin that will be used to trigger a gate which will turn on a set of Woot lights.
Netduino data logger for race motorcycle based on Netduino + programmed using C# and .NetMF. Logger to record GPS, 3 axis accelerometers, 2 axis gyro, TPS, EGT, Lambda, engine and air box temps, rpm, etc. PC data analysis code using C#
NXT NetMF let you use the Lego MindstormNXT family of motors, sensors and third parties product (NXTMMX and NXShield from Mindsensors) with Micro Framework ready controlers like FEZ Domino, Panda, Netduino.
NetduIp (pronounced "nett-dew-ay-pee") is a fully pfledged Microsoft .NET port of the famous uIp TCP/IP protocol stack by Adam Dunkels of the Swedish Institute for Computer Science (SICS). The initial implementation of NetduIp will be that of IPv4 but an IPv6 version might ...
Gamepad simulates an analog joystick input using the keyboard. Many times when we access key presses, what we are really doing is pretending that WASD, the arrow keys or some other combination are actually a D-pad or joystick with an X and Y axis, and 1 or 2 fire buttons. Gamepad handles the event capture, maths and other details of this for you, so you only have to think about how you want your game to respond to this input.
A modification of a library with the same name by Adafruit Industries that allows playing sound from an SD card directly on your Arduino board without any Digital to Analog Converter (DAC). It uses pin 3 on your Arduino Uno board to push out the sound. Just plug a soundjack from an amplifier and share ground with the Arduino to listen to the sound.