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ST and Arduino have collaborated to give birth to the 1st of the kind Arduino board based on a powerful 32-bits ARM Cortex-M ST MCU!   STAR Otto is embedding STM32 F469, delivering high performance graphic features, coming with TFT touch display, wireless link, MicroSD, USB OTG, camera and with audio connectivity. The very first product of the STAR program (ST & Arduino) will be demonstrated at Maker Faire San Mateo,  May 20-22. In addition to the STAR Otto Mcu baseboard, the c ...
At some point in time in our lives we have all created projects outside the scope of work and never got any credit for it. Here is your chance to show off your side projects and/or work projects where you programmed hardware boards like Arduino and Raspberry Pi using MATLAB and/or Simulink. You could win up to $1000 This challenge is open to everyone over the age of 18 and community gets to vote for their favorite project. Steps to enter the challenge – Create an original video and upload ...
If you've been on the internets lately, you might have noticed that our Raspberry Pi 3-powered retro gaming table has become... quite popular.   And that got me to thinking about all the other PIK3A table builds that you guys have put together, many of which are actually improvements on the first model (which, I admit, I built in something of a rush).   So I thought it'd be fun to bring them all together in one blog post, so we can marvel at the delights of advanced technology being ...
In one of my last posts I have shown how to drive a servo motor. Servo motors comes in two flavours: the standard servo motors can be set such that they reach a given position and maintain it; the continuous rotation servo can rotate continuously at a given speed.   DC motors are very similar to continuous rotation servo motors, in fact. With respect to the latter, DC motor technology is much simpler and, as a consequence, these motors are cheaper than servos. As suggested by their name, D ...

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