Monday, 5 November 2012

Arduino Rev 3
Arduino Uno Rev 3
After years of working in Biology, Environmental Science and informatics, I took a right turn and discovered micro-electronics. As a complete beginner, with a little Java, it was going to be tricky. I was struggling with assembly language and C for RISC chips.

That's when I found the Arduino IDE and it's boards. Open source hardware and software that's so easy to get into. It is supported by a great network of volunteers on the Arduino Forum and on the main Arduino site and covers a very wide range of topics in physical computing

Topics range from interactive e-textiles and art to robotics, device hacking, engineering and beyond.

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