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It looks like it is pretty similar to the original RasPis but cheaper and fewer IO. It might be worth supporting their Kickstarter.
BIG NEWS!Arduino.cc partners with Adafruit to manufacture Arduino in New York, New York, USA.
It's shouldn't be hard to do. Just stuff a panda toy with an android phone!
I want to make even larger autonomous solar robot boats and have started an Indiegogo campaign to try to crowdfund my project.
just had to try this printed at .22 layer and 12mm/s
Behind the scenes video on how the Interstellar guys came up with TARS and CASE.
Free IT, programing and other books.
This is the new Teensy-LC From PJRC. It's an ARM Cortex M0+ with the same form factor as a Teensy 3.1 chip. The price is under $12 US and is also available from Adafruit for slightly more.
It comes with no headers, but most of us have enough headers to build a life-sized model of the Statue of Liberty anyway.
A code hi-liter you can use to generate pretty HTML syntax color code for your LMR posts.
It lets you run and test code in a Linux type environment.
You can test things like node.js or python Flask. No Arduino though!
To create robots a reliable 3D printer is a great help.
More info at http://www.craftunique.com/
OpenHand combines 3D printing with urethane casting
Tuggy's sensor array looks awefully familiar to a hobbyist for a hospital-grade robot.
thought I share the link, for a tenner thats not a bad price for an easy arduino attachment, murders any dreams of a direct mount of a 3.2 lcd., looking a second time the header pins " dont appear to be standed shield lay out .
A friend passed these to me and thought might be of interest. These are from the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia
Introduction to Robotics starts on 15 Feb
Robot Vision starts on 13 Apr