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From my previous experiments with the Portenta H7, I had installed a multi-core version of blink with one core flashing green and the other blue. I was keen to know if the M4 core would still boot if I loaded MicroPython code on the M7 core.   I clipped on the Vision shield and plugged it in. Arduino recommend using the OpenMV IDE for developing for this shield, so I fired that up and pressed the connect button. It failed to find the board so I gave the reset button a double-tap and presse ...
I decided to take a look at the Portenta H7 to experiment with its vision and multicore capabilities.   What's in the box? There's not a lot in the box, just the Portenta board, a warranty note and tucked underneath an antenna that plugs into the UFL Connector for the Wifi and Bluetooth. However, that does not mean you are not getting a good deal, the Portenta board is crammed with features:   There is a dual-core microcontroller (STM32H747) with built-in graphics capability, Wifi ...

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