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    Casa Jasmina Wins Best IoT Open Source Project

    The Academy Awards night is coming and it’s a perfect moment to be nominated and  win a prize.  Casa Jasmina project won its prize yesterday: the Internet of Things Awards, showcasing excellence in all areas across the...

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    An Arduino-Powered Laser Engraver That You Can Build

    MichielD99 is a 16 year old Belgian teenage maker. It is amazing that, with the tools and materials available today, a young person, really any person, can create something as sophisticated and professional-looking as this laser engraver....

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    OSEPP 101 Sensor Kit (Arduino Compatible & Production Ready) on Kickstarter

      Ever wanted to learn electronics but didn’t know where to start? Are you curious to create interactive projects with sensors found commonly around you (home, smartphones, office, car, etc)? Are you interested in creating your own...

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    From the Arduino community: unboxing and setup of Arduino 101

    Circuit Basic recently posted a 9-minute video unboxing, Setting Up, and Comparing the Arduino 101 to the Arduino Uno. The Arduino 101 (US only) and the Genuino 101 (outside US), created in collaboration with Intel, keeps the same robust...

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    Adafruit’s favorite open source wearables of 2015

    Wearable electronics have exploded in the past year. Countless small devices are now on the market for not only fitness tracking, but posture improvement, sunscreen reminders, muscle-sensing gesture control, and much more. As technology on the body...

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    Snickerdoodle: a dream tool for Makers

    Snickerdoodle is a tool for dreamers and creators to build, make, invent, and do things they’ve always been told weren’t possible. It’s for people willing to explore new horizons and challenge themselves to learn, grow, and handcraft...

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    Save the date for Arduino Day 2016: Saturday April 2nd

    For the third year we are inviting the open source community gathered around Arduino and Genuino globally to celebrate with us Arduino Day 2016 on Saturday April 2nd! Arduino Day is a worldwide celebration of Arduino’s birthday....

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    Fishino: let’s look inside the features

    In this second “episode” (here the first one), we will go deeply inside Fishino features, showing the main libraries and code sketches.   In the last post we have presented the Fishino UNO board, compatible with Arduino UNO...

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    Monitor your Bonsai with Arduino Uno

    A smart application for our beloved Arduino and the Bonsai care. I’m one of those capable of let even a Cactus die (no green thumb unfortunately) but this application could worth a try, even with a precious...

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    Allarmino – Arduino based security alarm & home automation system

    Seen at the Maker Faire European 2015 edition in Rome, Allarmino is an “all in one” professional and modular security alarm & home automation system, based on Atmel ATmega2560. Is is pin-to-pin compatible with Arduino Mega 2560...

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    Open Mobile Alliance offers an IoT workshop partnering with Sierra and Arduino

    The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) announced they are partnering with Arduino and Sierra Wireless to present a free, one-day workshop for developers of Internet of Things (IoT) products and services. The workshop is targeted at makers, developers,...

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    tinylab: prototype easier than ever on Indiegogo now

    Tinylab is for makers, prototypers, students, engineers and any other people these love to create. Because it contains most of the popular and common pieces of electronics, circuits, modules, sensors etc. You can get started with programming...

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    The real open source Theremin on Arduino

    Open.Theremin is an open source hardware and software project by Urs Gaudenz of  Gaudi Lab with the aim of building the next digital generation of the legendary music instrument developed in the ’20s by the Russian inventor professor...

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    Creating a geolocalized relay, thanks to Microsoft Virtual Shield for Arduino

      Let’s experiment with the Virtual Shield tool for Arduino, found in the last Microsoft operating system, for the purpose of creating a smartphone based geo-fence application, that would activate a relay when the phone is found...

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    Open Source as a Driver of Internet of Things

    Open source software has been around for several decades, now, and is defined by the four freedoms it brings to the user: The freedom to run the program as you wish, for any purpose (freedom 0). The...

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    Arduino clone NerO delivers power punch via Kickstarter

    FTDI Chip is using Kickstarter to fund an open source reference design for an Arduino UNO compatible board. The NerO is based on the company’s FT231X USB UART, and delivers 5V at 1A without overheating. It is...

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    Cake hacking with open hardware

    Brillian initiative by Alicia Gibb, bringing cakes to life with LED and open source embedded computing! Most cakes I’ve put electronics in have been for friends’ birthdays. I’ve made cakes with LED candles, cakes with motorized candles...

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    Arduino multi-device M2M Networks with Temboo

    Is there a cool Internet of Things idea that you’ve wanted to try out with your Arduino, but just haven’t had time for? Building a network that integrates multiple sensors and boards into one cohesive application can...

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