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Access GPIO of Arduino from RPi using Firmata & JAVA | Raspberry Pi #29

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Firmata is a protocol that is used to communicate with microcontrollers from any tablet/pc over the serial interface. There are implementations of Firmata for another platform too along with Arduino. You can find support for Firmata if you are using  any Arduino IDE released after 2008.Use of Firmata lets you access GPIO of Arduino from any host device natively without uploading the sketch each time you change the sketch. You can use Arduino as ADC for your Pi as it doesn't have native ADC pins, you can also interface a whole lot of sensors by the additional GPIO that you will get after connecting the Arduino which eliminates uses of the port expander and ADC ics to be interfaced with Pi.In this video, I have shown a basic example of blinking the onboard LED of Arduino from Raspberry Pi by using JAVA and for this, we are going to use the firmata4j library. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Links:    Firmata4J Library: File of Library: for Firmata4J) JSSC (Java Simple Serial Connector): for Firmata4J) SLF4J API Module: Protocol Page: Details: Videos: Java Application on Pi Playlist: With Raspberry Pi: Me On:Twitter: Sky by Arc North Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 provided by Audio Library you can buy your products from Amazon by using the following link. Each product you buy we will get some tip out of it. And for this you don't need to pay anything extra and offers will remain same. This will help us to make videos like this and maintain the channel.ThanksTeam WGAmazon: