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Photo by Nicholas Zambetti

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Extend. Shields are PCBs that snap on top of an Arduino board, extending its functionality.

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Buy. Catalog. Distributors: Europe, USA.

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soldering a PCB or on a breadboard (either way, you'll need a bootloader).

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Learn more about the Arduino environment in the guide or see the release notes for updates.

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Browse the Arduino source code online or see the instructions for getting and building the Arduino source yourself.

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Browse the Arduino source code online or see the instructions for building Arduino yourself.

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Learn how to develop libraries for Arduino. Find out the process your code goes through when it's compiled and uploaded. Browse the Arduino source code online. Read the instructions for getting and building the source yourself.

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Learn how to develop libraries for Arduino.

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Browse the Arduino source code online or see the instructions for getting and building the Arduino source yourself.

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2006.07.10 There is a new photoset on flickr with pictures of almost all the types of Arduino boards ever made and some previews on new ones. find it here

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Learn how to develop libraries for Arduino. Browse the Arduino source code online. Read the instructions for getting and building the source yourself.

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Learn how to develop libraries for Arduino. Find out the process your code goes through when it's compiled and uploaded. Browse the Arduino source code online. Read the instructions for getting and building the source yourself.

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You can browse the Arduino source code online or read the instructions for getting and building the source yourself.

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Learn how to develop libraries for Arduino. Browse the Arduino source code online. Read the instructions for getting and building the source yourself.

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Learn more about the Arduino environment in the guide.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself. Learn more in the guide.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself. Learn more in the guide »)

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself. Learn more in the guide.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself. Learn more in the guide »)

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself. (learn more in the guide)

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega8. It has 13 digital pins (3 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB and serial versions, which you can buy or build yourself.

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The open-source Arduino Environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

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The open-source Arduino Environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

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The Arduino Environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It builds on open-source projects including Processing and avr-gcc.

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The open-source Arduino Environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

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The Arduino Environment and libraries make it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. They build on open-source software including Processing and avr-gcc.

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The Arduino Environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It builds on open-source projects including Processing and avr-gcc.

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The Arduino Environment and libraries make it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board. They build on open-source software including Processing and avr-gcc.

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The Arduino Environment builds on open-source software including Processing and avr-gcc.

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Getting Started

Check out the howto for instructions, or attend an Arduino workshop.

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Arduino News (archive)

2006.08.20 Arduino appears in Make 07. See the article free online. Thanks to Daniel Jolliffe.

2006.07.31 The application process for our workshops at Ars Electronica is now open. Check this forum note or the official site to apply!

2006.07.28 Gianluca and Massimo have engineered and launched a production of thousands of PCBs for Ars Electronica.

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Arduino Development

You can browse the Arduino source code online or read the instructions for getting and building the source yourself.

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Howto

Get started with the howto and some troubleshooting suggestions.

Hardware

See the schematics and Eagle cad files for all the board in the Hardware page.

Software

Download the software on the software page.

Getting involved in the development

For more, see the Arduino project page on BerliOS, which includes a bug database, online browsing of the Arduino source, a list of the Arduino software downloads , and instructions for getting and building the source.

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Download. From the software page.

Learn. From the tutorials.

Look up. In the reference.

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Buy. Europe, USA

Build. schematics and PCB layouts. Assembly instructions: soldering an Arduino board, Arduino on a breadboard.

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