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Don't miss #Arduino at #Cleantech Forum today!

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Charting the future, connecting the globe at #CleantechSF Jan 23-25. Register today to join #Arduino! 
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It took 130 #Arduino #Nano to finish this interactive crossword! 
Maker Robert Mordzon built a huge interactive crossword for “Anything Goes” exhibition at National Museum in Warsaw. “Anything Goes” is a very special...
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You still can apply for the #IoT #Hackathon organized by @QNAP and #Arduino in #London 
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#Arduino Playing Robot can be friends with #Braccio! via +Instructables
Bagpipe chanter playing robot. A chanter is a low cost device allowing you to learn to play the bagpipes. It resembles the important part of bagpipes, i.e. the part that plays the main tune with a reed and finger holes, you just blow down it for now until I can make a suitable air pump.The brain is an Arduino Mega 2560. The encoding of the music within the Arduino code is a custom system I have come up with (more later). I particularly wanted it ...
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New #Arduino #Maker with LED Matrix project is now online!

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How to Build #DIY Switches and Potentiometers from Household Materials and #Arduino
By constructing homemade versions of components like switches and potentiometers, it should be possible to reduce the cost of a new Arduino kit.
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This #VR #Arduino controlled #robot will help you to look at the world from a different point of view via +Instructables
Have you ever tried to look at the world from a different point of view? With this project you can control a tracked robot with your brainwaves or with a joystick while you are watching its camera's live-stream in a virtual reality glass. This is an all terrain vehicle, that means that you can control it on snow, sand, any kind of ground, wet surface and of course indoors. It is powered by two 18650 lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 2600 m...
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Increasing air pollution is an increasing threat, and now #designers implement #technology to help you detect it
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The official page of Arduino: the place where ideas take shape
Introduction
Arduino: the Adventure Continues.

It was 2005 when the first Arduino came into existence as a school project at the Interaction Design Institute of Ivrea. The inspiration came from the electronic board called Wiring, a thesis project created by Hernando Barragan, an IDII student at the time. The integrated development environment was a simplified version of Processing, an open source language just developed by professors Casey Reas and Ben Fry.

Since those early moments, Arduino Srl (AKA Smart Projects Srl), was the place where ideas could take shape, based only on solid human and professional resources. Here the first Arduino models were made and initially distributed to other schools of interactive design all over the world. Arduino was offered to the first DIY enthusiasts, contributing concretely to found and promote the Makers Movement.

An extraordinary adventure which has gone on for 10 years and is new everyday when someone uses Arduino products for the first time.

This momentum really has never stopped thanks to new Makers and new Arduino module choices with WiFi. Open Source is the environment we want for millions of designers, engineers, makers and Arduino lovers around the world.
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