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rei_vilo

Member Since: November 25, 2010

Country: United States

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French + English

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fischertechnik Industrial and mobile robots

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http://sites.google.com/site/vilorei/

  • I’ve been using the Arduino framework with Xcode for almost two years now, thanks to the embedXcode plug-in I’ve developed. It is entirely based on command line tools. It was time to feature this approach in the official Arduino IDE.

  • Interesting article. Thank you for the reference to XBeeConfigTool.

    Xcode can be used for development on Arduino, LaunchPad, Wiring, chipKIT and similar boards with the template embedXcode.

  • Please find my review at http://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=34339 done on Dec 18, 2012.

  • I really like the idea of taking the cash from the “free day” or whatever and use it to fund the national tour. Education in science is a major challenge in global economy: politicians talk, SparkFun does.

    Actually, the more people play with these electronic gizmos, the more incredible ideas come out!

    So, at the end, regular SparkFun customers benefit from them.

    Happy New Year!

  • Also very useful for the LaunchPad MSP430!

  • How could an analog sensor —this HDJD-S822— be twice as expensive as a digital sensor —the SEN-10701 based on ADJD-S311-CR999?

  • I wrote a comprehensive library for the Picaso-powered uLCD32: instead of sending cryptic messages, use plain English functions to manage text, graphics, touch, SD-card and sound!

    The library features a basic GUI with labels, buttons, dialog windows and menus. Specific graphics include a clock, a compass and an histogram.

    It’s also valid for Goldelox-based μOLED screens.

    See here for full documentation and download.

    Have fun!

  • I strongly recommend using one of 4D Systems cable to prevent any damage.

    The programming cable comes with drivers for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

  • This screen offers incredibly bright and vivid colours.

    The Serial_LCD library I wrote for the Picaso-powered uLCD32 screen can low handle this Goldelox-based uOLED screen.

    See here for more details and download.

    Have fun!

  • This screen is just great, with extra real estate compared with the uLCD32.

    The Serial_LCD library I wrote for the uLCD32 can handle now the uLCD43, as well as Goldelox-based uOLED screens.

    See here for more details and download.

    Have fun!

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