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Microchip launches first 32-bit Arduino compatible development platform

Digilent's chipKIT™ platform is the 32-bit Arduino-compatible kit.

Gameduino: an Arduino game adapter

Gameduino shield is based on FPGA. Inner software CPU is running at 50MIPS. It can perform various graphics (backgrounds, sprites) and 32 channel sound effects.


Imagine mbed board connected to Arduino shields... Simple task with mBeduino!
Photo: Ben's Hobby Corner


Netduino is an open source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework. The board features a 32-bit microcontroller and a rich development environment, making it a perfect solution for engineers and hobbyists alike.

Arduino Visual Studio

With Arduino, you have a powerful IDE. Here is an alternative: A Visual Studio plugin.


Core3duino is, believe it or not, three-core "Arduino cluster" in the form "an addon shield to a shield".

Picture: Instructables.com

Yaler: access small devices from the Web

Yaler aims to provide a simple, open and scalable relay infrastructure for the Web of Things - i.e. simple embedded devices ("things") accessible via Web (e.g. browsers).

Light reading for a weekend

The time kills me nowadays, so here are links to interesting projects, at least. Enjoy.

Twypper: A retro-style Twitter wall

Nothing but a retro toy: A Commodore typewriter as a "twitter console".

Pyxis - an Arduino OS

The thing I simply can't omit: Pyxis OS for an Arduino.
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