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Shield brings Arduino and BeagleBone Black together
Interesting project on Indiegogo that was submitted via our Submit news channel.
Here is Shield I/O, the first BeagleBone Black cape which adapts Arduino Shields to your BeagleBone Black.
With Shield I/O it doesn’t matter if you’re using 3.3V or 5V logic or up to 5V analog inputs.
It comes with dedicated level shifters for all 14 digital GPIO pins, PWM, I²C and SPI. There is also a connector to support shields which use the Arduino ICSP header.