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    <h4>Pictures</h4>
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      You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/arduino/" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on Flickr</a>.  Related links can be found on the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://del.icio.us/tag/arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on del.icio.us</a>.
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 <h4>Support</h4>
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<a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs">Contact us</a> to get answers to your comments and questions. Make sure you select the right email address from the list of topics. The official Arduino multi-language <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/forum" rel="nofollow">forum</a> is the place to start with questions of all kinds.

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      You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/arduino/" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on Flickr</a>.  Related links can be found on the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://del.icio.us/tag/arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on del.icio.us</a>.
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>. Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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 <h4>Support</h4>
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<a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs">Contact us</a> to get answers to your comments and questions. Make sure you select the right email address from the list of topics. The official Arduino multi-language <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/forum" rel="nofollow">forum</a> is the place to start with questions of all kinds.

    </p>

    <h4>Development</h4>
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>. Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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June 26, 2014, at 05:15 PM by Roberto Guido - added again banner to maker faire
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    <h3>Call for Maker Faire Rome 2014</h3>
    <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">
        <img style="max-width:100%" src="http://blog.arduino.cc/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/MF14_Banner_600x400_red1.png" />
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June 25, 2014, at 08:53 PM by Alice Pintus -
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<a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs">Contact us</a> to get answers to your comments and questions. Make sure you select the right email address from the list of topics. The official Arduino multi-language <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/forum" rel="nofollow">forum</a> is the place to start with questions of all kinds.

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The community of Arduino enthusiasts is vast, and includes region specific groups and special interest groups. The community is an excellent further source of support on all topics such as accessory selection, project assistance, and ideas of all sorts. The <a class="urllink" href="http://playground.arduino.cc/">Arduino Wiki (Playground)</a> is a collection of Arduino knowledge, tutorials, and instructions provided directly by Arduino users. Check out the official <a class="urllink" href="http://forum.arduino.cc/">Arduino multi-language forum</a> and stay connected with the Arduino community:

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    <ul class="socialist">
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/twitter_reverse.png_blank" href="http://www.twitter.com/arduino">@arduino</a></li>
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/gplus_reverse.png_blank" href="https://plus.google.com/+Arduino">+Arduino</a></li>
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/facebook_reverse.png_blank" href="http://www.facebook.com/official.arduino">official.arduino</a></li>
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/youtube_reverse.png_blank" href="http://youtube.com/arduinoteam">arduinoteam</a></li>
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>. Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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      General announcements and thoughts from the Arduino team can be found in our <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/blog/" rel="nofollow">blog</a>.
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    <h3>Call for Maker Faire Rome 2014</h3>
    <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">
        <img style="max-width:100%" src="http://blog.arduino.cc/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/MF14_Banner_600x400_red1.png" />
    </a>
    <p style="margin-top: 10px"><a target="_blank" href="http://makerfaire.com/">Maker Faires</a> all around the world showcase the amazing work of all kinds of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit—.<br />Participate to the Maker Faire Rome in October 2014, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">submit an entry</a> that tells us about yourself and your project by Sunday, May 25th.</p>

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The community of Arduino enthusiasts is vast, and includes region specific groups and special interest groups. The community is an excellent further source of support on all topics such as accessory selection, project assistance, and ideas of all sorts. The <a class="urllink" href="http://playground.arduino.cc/">Arduino Wiki (Playground)</a> is a collection of Arduino knowledge, tutorials, and instructions provided directly by Arduino users. Check out the official <a class="urllink" href="http://forum.arduino.cc/">Arduino multi-language forum</a> and stay connected with the Arduino community:

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      You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/arduino/" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on Flickr</a>.  Related links can be found on the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://del.icio.us/tag/arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on del.icio.us</a>.
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      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/twitter_reverse.png_blank" href="http://www.twitter.com/arduino">@arduino</a></li>
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/gplus_reverse.png_blank" href="https://plus.google.com/+Arduino">+Arduino</a></li>
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/facebook_reverse.png_blank" href="http://www.facebook.com/official.arduino">official.arduino</a></li>
      <li><img src="https://id.arduino.cc//img/youtube_reverse.png_blank" href="http://youtube.com/arduinoteam">arduinoteam</a></li>
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      General announcements and thoughts from the Arduino team can be found in our <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/blog/" rel="nofollow">blog</a>.
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<a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs">Contact us</a> to get answers to your comments and questions. Make sure you select the right email address from the list of topics. The official Arduino multi-language <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/forum" rel="nofollow">forum</a> is the place to start with questions of all kinds.

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      You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/arduino/" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on Flickr</a>.  Related links can be found on the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://del.icio.us/tag/arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on del.icio.us</a>.
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>. Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
June 03, 2014, at 06:53 PM by Alice Pintus -
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>.  Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>. Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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The <a class="urllink" href="http://playground.arduino.cc/">Arduino Wiki (Playground)</a> is a collection of Arduino knowledge, tutorials, and instructions provided directly by Arduino users. Check out the official <a class="urllink" href="http://forum.arduino.cc/">Arduino multi-language forum</a> and stay connected with the Arduino community:

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The <a class="urllink" href="http://playground.arduino.cc/">Arduino Wiki (Playground)</a> is a collection of Arduino knowledge, tutorials, and instructions provided directly by Arduino users.

    </p>
    <p>

Check out the official <a class="urllink" href="http://forum.arduino.cc/">Arduino multi-language forum</a> and stay connected with the Arduino community:

    </p>
June 03, 2014, at 06:52 PM by Alice Pintus -
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      The boards can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3">built by hand</a> or <a class="wikilink" href="http://store.arduino.cc/index.php">purchased</a> preassembled; the software can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software">downloaded</a> for free.  The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available</a> under an open-source license, you are free to <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Policy">adapt them to your needs</a>.
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      The boards can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3">built by hand</a> or <a class="wikilink" href="http://store.arduino.cc/index.php">purchased</a> preassembled; the software can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software">downloaded</a> for free. The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available under an open-source license, you are free to <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Policy">adapt them to your needs</a>.
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      Arduino received an Honorary Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. 
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      Arduino received an Honorary Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix.  

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<a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs">Contact us</a> to get answers to your comments and questions. Make sure you select the right email address from the list of topics.

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<a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs">Contact us</a> to get answers to your comments and questions. Make sure you select the right email address from the list of topics. The official Arduino multi-language <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/forum" rel="nofollow">forum</a> is the place to start with questions of all kinds.

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      The official Arduino multi-language <a class="urllink" href="http://www.arduino.cc/forum" rel="nofollow">forum</a> is the place to start with questions of all kinds.
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>.  Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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    <h4>Development</h4>
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>.  Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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The Arduino founders are: <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://www.massimobanzi.com/about/" rel="nofollow">Massimo Banzi</a>, <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://www.blushingboy.org" rel="nofollow">David Cuartielles</a>, <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://tigoe.net/" rel="nofollow">Tom Igoe</a>, <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://www.smartprojects.it" rel="nofollow">Gianluca Martino</a>, and <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://dam.mellis.org/" rel="nofollow">David Mellis</a>. <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Credits">Credits</a>

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The Arduino founders are: <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://www.massimobanzi.com/about/" rel="nofollow">Massimo Banzi</a>, <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://www.blushingboy.org" rel="nofollow">David Cuartielles</a>, <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://tigoe.net/" rel="nofollow">Tom Igoe</a>, <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://www.smartprojects.it" rel="nofollow">Gianluca Martino</a>, and <a target="_blank" class="urllink" href="http://dam.mellis.org/" rel="nofollow">David Mellis</a>.

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      Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators.  The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage">Arduino programming language</a> (based on <a class="urllink" href="http://wiring.org.co/" rel="nofollow">Wiring</a>) and the Arduino development environment (based on <a class="urllink" href="http://www.processing.org/" rel="nofollow">Processing</a>).  Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software running on a computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, <span class="wikiword">MaxMSP</span>).
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      Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators.  The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage">Arduino programming language</a> (based on <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="http://wiring.org.co/" rel="nofollow">Wiring</a>) and the Arduino development environment (based on <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="http://www.processing.org/" rel="nofollow">Processing</a>).  Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software running on a computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, <span class="wikiword">MaxMSP</span>).
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      The boards can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3">built by hand</a> or <a class="wikilink" href="http://store.arduino.cc/index.php">purchased</a> preassembled; the software can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software">downloaded</a> for free.  The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Products">available</a> under an open-source license, you are free to <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Policy">adapt them to your needs</a>.
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      The boards can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3">built by hand</a> or <a class="wikilink" href="http://store.arduino.cc/index.php">purchased</a> preassembled; the software can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software">downloaded</a> for free.  The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available</a> under an open-source license, you are free to <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Policy">adapt them to your needs</a>.
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>.  Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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      For information on the development of Arduino, see the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/arduino/Arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino project on GitHub</a>.  Changes to the software are discussed on the <a class="urllink" a target="_blank" href="https://groups.google.com/a/arduino.cc/forum/?fromgroups#!forum/developers" rel="nofollow">developers mailing list</a>.
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    <p style="margin-top: 10px"><a href="http://makerfaire.com/">Maker Faires</a> all around the world showcase the amazing work of all kinds of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit—.<br />Participate to the Maker Faire Rome in October 2014, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">submit an entry</a> that tells us about yourself and your project by Sunday, May 25th.</p>
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    <p style="margin-top: 10px"><a target="_blank" href="http://makerfaire.com/">Maker Faires</a> all around the world showcase the amazing work of all kinds of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit—.<br />Participate to the Maker Faire Rome in October 2014, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">submit an entry</a> that tells us about yourself and your project by Sunday, May 25th.</p>
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      You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the <a class="urllink" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/arduino/" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on Flickr</a>.  Related links can be found on the <a class="urllink" href="http://del.icio.us/tag/arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on del.icio.us</a>.
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      You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/arduino/" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on Flickr</a>.  Related links can be found on the <a class="urllink" target="_blank" href="http://del.icio.us/tag/arduino" rel="nofollow">Arduino tag on del.icio.us</a>.
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      The boards can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3">built by hand</a> or <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Buy">purchased</a> preassembled; the software can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software">downloaded</a> for free.  The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Products">available</a> under an open-source license, you are free to <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Policy">adapt them to your needs</a>.
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      The boards can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardSerialSingleSided3">built by hand</a> or <a class="wikilink" href="http://store.arduino.cc/index.php">purchased</a> preassembled; the software can be <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software">downloaded</a> for free.  The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Products">available</a> under an open-source license, you are free to <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Policy">adapt them to your needs</a>.
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    <p style="margin-top: 10px"><a href="http://makerfaire.com/">Maker Faires</a> all around the world showcase the amazing work of all kinds of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit—.<br />Participate to the Maker Faire Rome in October 2014, submit an entry that tells us about yourself and your project by Sunday, May 25th <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">here</a>.</p>
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    <p style="margin-top: 10px"><a href="http://makerfaire.com/">Maker Faires</a> all around the world showcase the amazing work of all kinds of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit—.<br />Participate to the Maker Faire Rome in October 2014, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makerfairerome.eu/call-for-makers/">submit an entry</a> that tells us about yourself and your project by Sunday, May 25th.</p>
April 28, 2014, at 05:02 PM by Alice Pintus - changed link to Massimo's website
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The Arduino founders are: <a class="urllink" href="http://www.tinker.it" rel="nofollow">Massimo Banzi</a>, <a class="urllink" href="http://www.blushingboy.org" rel="nofollow">David Cuartielles</a>, <a class="urllink" href="http://tigoe.net/" rel="nofollow">Tom Igoe</a>, <a class="urllink" href="http://www.smartprojects.it" rel="nofollow">Gianluca Martino</a>, and <a class="urllink" href="http://dam.mellis.org/" rel="nofollow">David Mellis</a>. <a class="wikilink" href="http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Credits">Credits</a>

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        Arduino received an Honorary Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix.  The Arduino team is: <a class="urllink" href="http://www.tinker.it" rel="nofollow">Massimo Banzi</a>, <a class="urllink" href="http://www.blushingboy.org" rel="nofollow">David Cuartielles</a>, <a class="urllink" href="http://tigoe.net/" rel="nofollow">Tom Igoe</a>, <a class="urllink" href="http://www.smartprojects.it" rel="nofollow">Gianluca Martino</a>, and <a class="urllink" href="http://dam.mellis.org/" rel="nofollow">David Mellis</a>. <a class="wikilink" href="http://todo.arduino.cc/en/Main/Credits">Credits</a>
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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

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Buy an Arduino Board

Download the Arduino Software


Development: For information on the development of Arduino, see the Arduino project on GitHub. Changes to the software are discussed on the developers mailing list.

Elsewhere: You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the Arduino tag on Flickr. Related links can be found on the Arduino tag on del.icio.us.


Getting Started

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Buy an Arduino Board

Buy an Arduino Board from the official Arduino store or from one of the authorized Arduino distributors world wide

Download the Arduino Software

The Arduino Software is free, open source, and available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

Getting Started

Visit Getting Started for specific instructions for your operating system and your board. If you're having trouble, check out the troubleshooting suggestions and the official Arduino multi-lingual forum.

Support

The official Arduino multi-lingual forum is the place to start with questions of all kinds

Community

A core strength of Arduino is the community of users who develop Arduino projects, contribute ideas and code to the Arduino project, help answering questions, and provide valuable feedback to the Arduino developers.

The community of Arduino enthusiasts is vast, and includes region specific groups and special interest groups. The community is an excellent further source of assistance on all topics such as accessory selection, project assistance, and ideas of all sorts.

The official Arduino multi-lingual forum is an excellent entrance to the Arduino community, as is the official Arduino Google+ Community

The official Arduino Wiki (playground) is a collection of Arduino knowledge, tutorials, and instructions.

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Arduino received an Honorary Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. The Arduino team is: Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. Credits

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2010.09.03 Arduino 0019 available from the download page.

2010.07.31 Laboral Centro de Arte commissions a documentary about Arduino read more here

2010.02.23 Please fill out the the Arduino Uno Punto Zero survey to let us know what you think of the current features of Arduino. It takes about five minutes. This will help give us a broad picture of Arduino use. Please share this widely with your friends, students, and anyone else you know who uses Arduino.

2010.01.29 Arduino 0018 available from the download page.

2010.01.09 Arduino Server upgraded to CentOS 5.4 successfully! Downtime ZERO

2009.08.12 Arduino 0017 available from the download page.

2009.06.17 Can't run Arduino after updating Java on your Mac? See the solution in the troubleshooting guide.

2009.06.04 Arduino 0016 for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux available from the software page.

2009.03.26 Arduino Mega released. Download the new Arduino 0015 software to use it.

2009.03.11 Arduino 0014 for Windows and Mac OS X available from the software page. This is a minor bug fix release.

2009.02.07 Uploaded a slightly updated version of Arduino 0013 for Linux (32 bit).

2009.02.06 Arduino 0013 is now available (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X, Linux (32bit).

2008.12.23 The Arduino software is now available for download from Google Code. If you have any problems, please let us know.

2008.10.24 Arduino 0012 for Linux AMD 64bit available for download: arduino-0012-linux-amd64.tgz

2008.10.19 Announcing the Arduino Duemilanove, the latest and easiest-to-use version of the basic Arduino USB board.

2008.10.12 Arduino 0012 for Linux 32bit available: arduino-0012-linux.tgz

2008.09.18 Arduino 0012 available (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X. Linux version coming soon.

2008.09.16 New Arduino Server!! Faster, Better, and already breaking the records ... read about it on our blog

2008.09.03 Arduino.cc on the move!! During the next week we will migrate all our online services to a new and better server, we apologize for eventual cuts while in the process.

2008.07.11 New distributors: Robotev in Bulgaria and Linux Center in Russia. Full list on the buy page.

2008.05.17 New Hardware: Arduino Nano available for pre-order, by Gravitech. Shipping June 16.

2008.04.29 Check out: Mecharoboshop, our latest distributor in Japan

2008.04.14 Plughouse becomes the first Arduino distributor in South Korea

2008.03.28 Arduino 0011 now available (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux.

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2010.09.03 Arduino 0019 available from the download page.

2010.07.31 Laboral Centro de Arte commissions a documentary about Arduino read more here

2010.02.23 Please fill out the the Arduino Uno Punto Zero survey to let us know what you think of the current features of Arduino. It takes about five minutes. This will help give us a broad picture of Arduino use. Please share this widely with your friends, students, and anyone else you know who uses Arduino.

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5-6 March, 2009 16KB of Sound by BlushingBoy at Arteleku, Spain

22 February, 2009 Arduino class at the TechShop, San Francisco, US

21 February, 2009 Arduino starting class at the Hacktory, Philly, US

9-27 February, 2009 Computacion Fisica at Protolab, Tijuana, Mexico

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16, 17, 23, 24 November, 2008 Intro to Microcontrollers with Arduino at Machine Project in Los Angeles, CA, USA.

11, 18, 25 November and 9 December, 2008, Arduino - Make Things Move workshop in Seattle, WA, USA.

1 November 2008, Little Bird Advanced Arduino Workshop in Sidney

25 October 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop in Melbourne

18-19 October 2008, Basic Arduino at the Spanish Hackmeeting in Malaga

11 October 2008, Arduino+Processing workshop at EAOD in Santiago de Chile

6-10 October 2008, Basic Arduino workshop by 1scale1 in Atelier Nord, Oslo

4-5 October 2008, Back to school Arduino beginners workshop by Tinker.it in London.

4 October 2008, ArduinoCamp in Milan, Italy at Tinker.it. register (free) here

30 September 2008, Conferencia y Taller de Arduino en Bogota, Colombia, read about it on the forum, or on their official site

27-28 September 2008, Arduino and Generative Sound talks by blushingboy at SADI, Seoul

26-28 September 2008, Arduino + Smapler workshop by blushingboy at Nabi Art Center, Seoul

13 September 2008, Arduino Programming 103: Sensory Overload, at NYC Resistor in Brooklyn, NY, USA.

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22 February, 2009 Arduino class at the TechShop, San Francisco, US

21 February, 2009 Arduino starting class at the Hacktory, Philly, US

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2009.02.07 Uploaded a slightly updated version of Arduino 0013 for Linux (32 bit).

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Arduino received an Honory Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. The Arduino team is: Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. Credits

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Arduino received an Honory Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. The Arduino team is: Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. Credits

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For information on the development of Arduino, see the Arduino project on Google Code. Changes to the software are discussed on the developers mailing list.

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Development: For information on the development of Arduino, see the Arduino project on Google Code. Changes to the software are discussed on the developers mailing list.

Elsewhere: You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the Arduino tag on Flickr. Related links can be found on the Arduino tag on del.icio.us.

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For information on the development of Arduino, see the Arduino project on Google Code. Changes to the software are discussed on the developers mailing list.

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For information on the development of Arduino, see the Arduino project on Google Code.

If you prefer e-mail, there are some Arduino mailing lists: one for Arduino developers and a bunch of individual city lists. To request a mailing list for your city, email team [at] arduino [dot] cc.

You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the Arduino tag on Flickr. Related links can be found on the Arduino tag on del.icio.us.

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If you prefer e-mail, there are some Arduino mailing lists: one for Arduino developers and a bunch of individual city lists. To request a mailing list for your city, email team [at] arduino [dot] cc.

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Arduino received an Honory Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. The Arduino team is: Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. Credits

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If you prefer e-mail, there are some Arduino mailing lists: one for Arduino developers, one for the Arduino community, and a bunch of individual city lists. To request a mailing list for your city, email team [at]arduino [dot] cc.

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If you prefer e-mail, there are some Arduino mailing lists: one for Arduino developers and a bunch of individual city lists. To request a mailing list for your city, email team [at] arduino [dot] cc.

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5-9 January, 2009 Basic and Advanced Arduino Winter Workshops by 1scale1 in Malmo, Sweden

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11, 18, 25 November and 9 December, 2008, Arduino - Make Things Move workshop in Seattle, WA, USA.

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2008.10.29 Inizia il lungo lavoro di traduzione del sito in Italiano.

2008.10.24 E' disponibile la versione 0012 di Arduino per Linux AMD 64bit: arduino-0012-linux-amd64.tgz

2008.10.19 Lancio della nuova Arduino Duemilanove, l'ultima arrivata nella famiglia delle schede Arduino.

2008.10.12 E' disponibile Arduino 0012 for Linux 32bit : arduino-0012-linux.tgz

2008.09.18 Lnacio di Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X. Versione Linux in arrivo.

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2008.10.24 Arduino 0012 for Linux AMD 64bit available for download: arduino-0012-linux-amd64.tgz

2008.10.19 Announcing the Arduino Duemilanove, the latest and easiest-to-use version of the basic Arduino USB board.

2008.10.12 Arduino 0012 for Linux 32bit available: arduino-0012-linux.tgz

2008.09.18 Arduino 0012 available (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X. Linux version coming soon.

2008.09.16 New Arduino Server!! Faster, Better, and already breaking the records ... read about it on our blog

2008.09.03 Arduino.cc on the move!! During the next week we will migrate all our online services to a new and better server, we apologize for eventual cuts while in the process.

2008.07.11 New distributors: Robotev in Bulgaria and Linux Center in Russia. Full list on the buy page.

2008.05.17 New Hardware: Arduino Nano available for pre-order, by Gravitech. Shipping June 16.

2008.04.29 Check out: Mecharoboshop, our latest distributor in Japan

2008.04.14 Plughouse becomes the first Arduino distributor in South Korea

2008.03.28 Arduino 0011 now available (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux.

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1 November 2008, Little Bird Advanced Arduino Workshop a Sidney

25 October 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop a Melbourne

18-19 October 2008, Arduino Base allo Hackmeeting Spagnolo a Malaga

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1 November 2008, Little Bird Advanced Arduino Workshop in Sidney

25 October 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop in Melbourne

18-19 October 2008, Basic Arduino at the Spanish Hackmeeting in Malaga

11 October 2008, Arduino+Processing workshop at EAOD in Santiago de Chile

6-10 October 2008, Basic Arduino workshop by 1scale1 in Atelier Nord, Oslo

4-5 October 2008, Back to school Arduino beginners workshop by Tinker.it in London.

4 October 2008, ArduinoCamp in Milan, Italy at Tinker.it. register (free) here

30 September 2008, Conferencia y Taller de Arduino en Bogota, Colombia, read about it on the forum, or on their official site

27-28 September 2008, Arduino and Generative Sound talks by blushingboy at SADI, Seoul

26-28 September 2008, Arduino + Smapler workshop by blushingboy at Nabi Art Center, Seoul

13 September 2008, Arduino Programming 103: Sensory Overload, at NYC Resistor in Brooklyn, NY, USA.

13 September 2008, first online Arduino workshop

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Arduino è una piattaforma di prototipazione elettronica open-source che si basa su hardware e software flessibile e facile da usare. E' stata creata per artisti, designer, hobbisti e chiunque sia interessato a create oggetti od ambienti interattivi.

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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

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2008.10.24 Arduino 0012 for Linux AMD 64bit available for download: arduino-0012-linux-amd64.tgz

2008.10.19 Announcing the Arduino Duemilanove, the latest and easiest-to-use version of the basic Arduino USB board.

2008.10.12 Arduino 0012 for Linux 32bit available: arduino-0012-linux.tgz

2008.09.18 Arduino 0012 available (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X. Linux version coming soon.

2008.09.16 New Arduino Server!! Faster, Better, and already breaking the records ... read about it on our blog

2008.09.03 Arduino.cc on the move!! During the next week we will migrate all our online services to a new and better server, we apologize for eventual cuts while in the process.

2008.07.11 New distributors: Robotev in Bulgaria and Linux Center in Russia. Full list on the buy page.

2008.05.17 New Hardware: Arduino Nano available for pre-order, by Gravitech. Shipping June 16.

2008.04.29 Check out: Mecharoboshop, our latest distributor in Japan

2008.04.14 Plughouse becomes the first Arduino distributor in South Korea

2008.03.28 Arduino 0011 now available (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows, Linux.

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2008.10.29 Inizia il lungo lavoro di traduzione del sito in Italiano.

2008.10.24 E' disponibile la versione 0012 di Arduino per Linux AMD 64bit: arduino-0012-linux-amd64.tgz

2008.10.19 Lancio della nuova Arduino Duemilanove, l'ultima arrivata nella famiglia delle schede Arduino.

2008.10.12 E' disponibile Arduino 0012 for Linux 32bit : arduino-0012-linux.tgz

2008.09.18 Lnacio di Arduino 0012 (release notes): Windows, Mac OS X. Versione Linux in arrivo.

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1 November 2008, Little Bird Advanced Arduino Workshop in Sidney

25 October 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop in Melbourne

18-19 October 2008, Basic Arduino at the Spanish Hackmeeting in Malaga

11 October 2008, Arduino+Processing workshop at EAOD in Santiago de Chile

6-10 October 2008, Basic Arduino workshop by 1scale1 in Atelier Nord, Oslo

4-5 October 2008, Back to school Arduino beginners workshop by Tinker.it in London.

4 October 2008, ArduinoCamp in Milan, Italy at Tinker.it. register (free) here

30 September 2008, Conferencia y Taller de Arduino en Bogota, Colombia, read about it on the forum, or on their official site

27-28 September 2008, Arduino and Generative Sound talks by blushingboy at SADI, Seoul

26-28 September 2008, Arduino + Smapler workshop by blushingboy at Nabi Art Center, Seoul

13 September 2008, Arduino Programming 103: Sensory Overload, at NYC Resistor in Brooklyn, NY, USA.

13 September 2008, first online Arduino workshop

Submit a workshop: to the workshops forum and we'll add it to this list.

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1 November 2008, Little Bird Advanced Arduino Workshop a Sidney

25 October 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop a Melbourne

18-19 October 2008, Arduino Base allo Hackmeeting Spagnolo a Malaga

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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

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Arduino è una piattaforma di prototipazione elettronica open-source che si basa su hardware e software flessibile e facile da usare. E' stata creata per artisti, designer, hobbisti e chiunque sia interessato a create oggetti od ambienti interattivi.

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2008.10.24 Arduino 0012 for Linux AMD 64bit available for download: arduino-0012-linux-amd64.tgz

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1 November 2008, Little Bird Advanced Arduino Workshop in Sidney

25 October 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop in Melbourne

18-19 October 2008, Basic Arduino at the Spanish Hackmeeting in Malaga

11 October 2008, Arduino+Processing workshop at EAOD in Santiago de Chile

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18-29 August 2008, Summer in the city: 7 workshops, Arduino (basic, advanced), Physical Gaming, Processing... with T. Igoe, C. Reas, and D. Cuartielles, K3, Malmo, SE.

22, 24 July 2008, Arduino Input/Output with the Danger Shield at the Hacktory in Philadelphia, PA, USA.

12 July 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop in Sydney, Australia.

5, 12, 19, 26 July 2008, Taller Plataforma Arduino: Santiago de Chile.

28 June 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop in Melbourne, Australia.

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The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the software can be downloaded for free. The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available under an open-source license, you are free to adapt them to your needs.

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The boards can be built by hand or purchased preassembled; the software can be downloaded for free. The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available under an open-source license, you are free to adapt them to your needs.

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30 September 2008, Conferencia y Taller de Arduino en Bogota, Colombia, read about it on the forum

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4 October 2008, ArduinoCamp in Milan, Italy at Tinker.it. register (free) here

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6-10 October 2008, Basic Arduino workshop by 1scale1 in Atelier Nord, Oslo

4-5 October 2008, Back to school Arduino beginners workshop by Tinker.it in London.

4 October 2008, ArduinoCamp in Milan, Italy at Tinker.it. register (free) here

27-28 September 2008, Arduino and Generative Sound talks by blushingboy at SADI, Seoul

26-28 September 2008, Arduino + Smapler workshop by blushingboy at Nabi Art Center, Seoul

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18 June 2008, Arduino Audio class at NYC Resistor in Brooklyn.

31 May 2008, Little Bird Arduino Workshop: in Sydney, Australia.

26 May 2008, Intro to Arduino for artists and makers: by the Hacktory, at NTR in Philadelphia, PA, USA.

22-23-24 May, 2008, Physical Computing Workshop at Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey.

10, 17, 24 May 2008, Arduino Programming 101 (hello world), 102 (if funky, get loopy), 103 (sensory overload) at NYC Resistor in New York.

7, 14, 21, 28 May 2008, Robotics for Artists at Willoughby & Baltic in Somerville, MA, USA.

29 April - 1 May 2008, Pimp My Toy (Robotics for Artists II) at Willoughby & Baltic in Somerville, MA, USA.

16-18 April 2008, Arduino + 8bit SID Emulator Workshop Zurich, organised by the Swiss Mechatronic Art Society

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2008.10.04 ArduinoCamp in Milan, Italy at Tinker.it. register (free) here

2008.09.03 Arduino.cc on the move!! During the next week we will migrate all our online services to a new and better server, we apologize for eventual cuts while in the process.

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2008.09.16 New Arduino Server!! Faster, Better, and already breaking the records ... read bout it on our blog

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22, 24 July 2008, Arduino Input/Output with the Danger Shield at the Hacktory in Philadelphia, PA, USA.

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2008.01.24 Libelium launches their Open Hardware Contest, you can win Limited Edition GPRS/GPS Gadgets for Arduino!!

2007.12.07 Make Magazine features us as one of the most popular prototyping/education platforms 2007

2007.11.27 Arduino distributor in Spain: Libelium creator of the XBee shield, develops an Arduino compatible GPS module.

2007.11.19 Arduino distributor in France: AlyaSoft.

2007.10.22 Arduino 0010 for Linux now available: arduino-0010-linux.tgz.

2007.10.17 Arduino 0010 now available (release notes): Mac OS X, Windows. Linux version coming soon.

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Examples of how to work with the Arduino language and common electronic components; further readings on the foundations; external resources.

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Examples of how to work with the Arduino language and common electronic components; further readings on the foundations; information on hacking and extending the Arduino hardware and software; external resources.

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Hacking

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5, 12, 19, 26 July 2008, Taller Plataforma Arduino: Santiago?, Chile.

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To get started, follow the instructions for your operating system: Windows, Mac OS X or Linux; or for your board: Arduino Mini, Arduino BT, LilyPad Arduino, XBee shield. If you're having trouble, check out the troubleshooting suggestions.

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To get started, follow the instructions for your operating system: Windows, Mac OS X or Linux; or for your board: Arduino Nano, Arduino Mini, Arduino BT, LilyPad Arduino, XBee shield. If you're having trouble, check out the troubleshooting suggestions.

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18-29 August 2008, Summer in the city: 7 workshops, Arduino (basic, advanced), Physical Gaming, Processing... with T. Igoe, C. Reas, and D. Cuartielles, K3, Malmo, SE.

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What is Arduino?

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring) and the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software on running on a computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP).

The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the software can be downloaded for free. The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available under an open-source license, you are free to adapt them to your needs.

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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring) and the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software on running on a computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP).

The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the software can be downloaded for free. The hardware reference designs (CAD files) are available under an open-source license, you are free to adapt them to your needs.

Arduino received an Honory Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. Credits


Buy an Arduino Board

Download the Arduino Software


Getting Started

To get started, follow the instructions for your operating system: Windows, Mac OS X or Linux; or for your board: Arduino Mini, Arduino BT, LilyPad Arduino, XBee shield. If you're having trouble, check out the troubleshooting suggestions.

Tutorials

Examples of how to work with the Arduino language and common electronic components; further reading on important concepts; external resources.

Reference

Reference for the Arduino language (see also the extended version); a collection of libraries for working with various types of hardware; a comparison with other prototyping platforms, and information about the components of the Arduino board.

Hardware

Information about the Arduino hardware, including reference designs (EAGLE files).

Hacking

Information on extending and modifying the Arduino hardware and software.


Blog

General announcements and thoughts from the Arduino team can be found in our blog.

Forum

The multi-lingual forum is the place to go with questions of all kinds.

Playground (Wiki)

We're collecting Arduino knowledge, tutorials, and instructions in the playground wiki.


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2008.01.24 Libelium launches their Open Hardware Contest, you can win Limited Edition GPRS/GPS Gadgets for Arduino!!

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2007.10.03 The website was offline for a few hours due to a DOS. We should be back to normal.

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2007.08.04 Another Arduino distributor in the U.S. - Adafruit Industries

2007.07.30 New Arduino distributor: RobotShop in Canada.

2007.07.01 The Maker Store from MAKE magazine is now selling Arduino boards.

2007.06.30 Libelium, becomes an official Arduino distributor for Spain.

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2007.06.05 Libelium a Spanish Spin-off launches Arduino's first 3rd party development tool: Squidbee, read more about it here

2007.04.17 Arduino XBee Shield under development, check it out here

2007.03.22 New Arduino distributor: Olimex in Chile.

2007.03.09 Short paper (pdf) by the Arduino Foundation accepted at the alt.chi section of the CHI 2007conference in San Jose (CA).

2007.03.04 New Arduino distributors: Segor-electronics in Germany and Electrokit in Sweden. Search for "Arduino".

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board, and a development environment for writing Arduino software. The Arduino programming language is an implementation of the language used by Wiring, while the Arduino environment is based on Processing.

Arduino can be used to develop interactive objects, taking inputs from a variety of switches or sensors, and controlling a variety of lights, motors, and other outputs. Arduino projects can be stand-alone, or they can be communicate with software running on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP.) The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free.

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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.

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The Arduino board is a cheap, robust i/o board based on the ATmega168. It has 13 digital pins (6 of which allow PWM output) and 6 analog inputs. There are USB, serial, bluetooth, and mini versions, which you can buy or build yourself. Note: The reference designs for arduino are distributed under a Creative Commons license Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5

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2007.02.04 New Arduino distributor in Singapore: sgBotic.

2007.01.05 Check out the 2006 statistics for our site. Thanks for all those visits and have a Happy New Year!

2006.12.25 Arduino 0007 available (release notes): Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9): PPC, Intel. Windows. Linux.

2006.11.17 Arduino presented at Artech, the 3rd International Conference on Digital and Electronic Art.

2006.11.16 The Arduino booklet has been released. It's a small introductory book to learn about Arduino.

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2007.01.05 Check out the 2006 statistics for our site. Thanks for all those visits and have a Happy New Year!

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If you prefer e-mail, there are some Arduino mailing lists: one for Arduino developers, one for the Arduino community, and a bunch of individual city lists. To request a mailing list for your city, email team [at]arduino [dot] cc.

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Learn how to develop libraries for Arduino.

Find out how to use Arduino from the command line.

Learn more about the Bootloader: a tiny program that we've burned onto the chips on the Arduino boards to allow you to upload programs over the USB or serial port. Or, learn how to get extra program space and avoid the bootloader startup delay by using an external programmer.

Find out the process your code goes through when it's compiled and uploaded.

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2006.09.18 If you always wanted to do master degree in interaction design in Milan here is you chance. The I-Design course at Domus Academy is offering 4 scholarships for people with a background/interest in technology. If you are an Arduino user you probably qualify. Details here

2006.09.06 Arduino 0005 (release notes) available: Mac OS X (>= 10.3.9), PPC, Intel. Windows. Linux users, see the FAQ.

2006.09.06 Arduino Mini and Mini USB Adapter available. See the buy page for prices.

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

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You can find lots of pictures of Arduino projects and workshops in the Arduino tag on Flickr. Related links can be found on the Arduino tag on del.icio.us.

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2006.09.18 If you always wanted to do master degree in interaction design in Milan here is you chance. The I-Design course at Domus Academy is offering 4 scholarships for people with a background/interest in technology. If you are an Arduino user you probably qualify. Details here

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2006.09.18 If you always wanted to do master degree in interaction design in Milan here is you chance. The I-Design course at Domus Academy is offering 4 scholarships for people with a background/interest in technology. If you are an Arduino user you probably qualify. Details here

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free. Arduino received an Honory Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. Credits

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board, and a development environment for writing Arduino software. The Arduino programming language is an implementation of Wiring, itself built on Processing.

Arduino can be used to develop interactive objects, taking inputs from a variety of switches or sensors, and controlling a variety of lights, motors, and other outputs. Arduino projects can be stand-alone, or they can be communicate with software running on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP.) The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free.

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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.

2006.07.18 David Cuartielles presents Arduino at Ars Electronica's Future lab. Also schedules a meeting to Linz's local Arduino group, created by Erich Berger.

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2006.06.13 The Festival SONAR in Barcelona will include a lecture on Arduino this year. David will present an example of multiplicity of sensor data interfacing a computer using 20 Arduinos on stage simultaneously. The conference will be held on June 17th 5PM CET at Sonarama located at the festival's space Sta. Monica.

2006.06.13 Ars Electronica Electrolobby will be curated this year by David Cuartielles from the Arduino Foundation. Among other things we anticipate a FREE Arduino camp in Linz. Stay tuned for the applications. We will count with Dave, Massimo, David and lots of invited guests at this gig.

2006.06.12 Interested in the only OFFICIAL Arduino workshop in Barcelona this summer? Coordinated by Mar Canet at ESDI. Still some seats available. Apply here. Massimo and David will be there.

2006.05.23 Ars Electronica Digital Communities Prix gives Arduino an Honorary Mention. Check the official press release here. The Arduino Foundation thanks you all for your support, this will encourage us to make things even better!

2006.04.29 Arduino 0004 (release notes) available: Mac OS X (PPC). Windows.

2006.03.31 Finally it's official. The free Arduino workshop in Milan it's happening on Saturday 8 of April. more details

2006.03.20 The Arduino Playground (beta) is open. This is the place where arduino users can collaboratively build their own documentation for arduino. Open to anybody, just register for a password. Beltran Berrocal has kindly agreed to become the "editor".

2006.03.19 Open Source technologies for Art and Design workshop with Arduino, Processing and Pure Data in Madrid, apply here

2006.03.12 We have a new website and forum!! this will be the new home of the soon to be multi-lingual arduino website! (we have also migrated the forum and all the passwords. let us know if something isn't working)

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

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free. Arduino received an Honory Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. Credits

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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!

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2006.07.10 There is a new photoset on flicker with pictures of almost all the types of arduino boards ever made and some previews on new ones. find it http://www.flickr.com/photos/mbanzi/sets/72157594173657338/ here

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2006.06.12 Interested in the only OFFICIAL Arduino workshop in Barcelona this summer? Coordinated by Mar Canet at ESDI. Still some seats available. Apply here. Massimo and David will be there.

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2006.06.12 Interested in the only OFFICIAL Arduino workshop in Barcelona this summer. Coordinated by Mar Canet at ESDI. Still some seats available. Apply here. Massimo and David will be there.

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2006.05.23 Ars Electronica Digital Communities Prix gives Arduino an Honorary Mention. Check the official press release here. The Arduino Foundation thanks you all for your support, this will encourage us to make things even better!

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2006.03.11 Free arduino workshop during the Salone Del Mobile in Milan. More details in the italian forum

2006.03.11 a new Multisensor Shield developed by Marcos Yarza is under test. Details

2006.03.07 EMI, Experimental Musical Instruments announce their second Arduino-based noise concert at KokoTeatteri, Helsinki, Finland on March 17th

2006.03.07 Video lectures by Tom Igoe. Watch Tom introduce Arduino. Thanks to Pollie Barden for the great videos.

2006.03.04 Arduino featured on Makezine, Make magazine's blog.

2006.03.02 Arduino featured on the Spanish TV program cuatrosfera when presented at Dorkbot Barcelona, see the video clip here

2006.03.01 Arduino is now officially available in the USA through sparkfun.com. Get yours here

2006.03.01 Our friends Christian Nold and Erica Calogero from The Bartlett School in London, produced a website, on a workshop using USB Extreme at their school, visit it here

2006.02.26 New Arduino prototyping board schematics and part list available. This board has a section of prototyping holes for soldering on extra parts.

2006.02.19 Because of a large scale spam attack on the forum we had to disable guest posting. Sorry. We hope to enable it again in the future... in the meantime we have to clean up. We apologise for the inconvenient

2006.02.17 Pictures from our man in china, fallen has built an arduino powered robot. Congratulations!

2006.02.17 We are actively looking into expanding the arduino team. If you want to help us you can work on code, documentation let us know. We might also be offering internships in Milan. (email address now working, thanks to Oliver Keller for pointing that out) Read more..?

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2006.03.31 Finally it's official. The free Arduino workshop in Milan it's happening on Saturday 8 of April. more details?

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2006.03.20 The Arduino Playground (beta) is open. This is the place where arduino users can collaboratively build their own documentation for arduino. Open to anybody, just register for a password.

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2006.03.20 The Arduino Playground (beta) is open. This is the place where arduino users can collaboratively build their own documentation for arduino. Open to anybody, just register for a password. Beltran Berrocal has kindly agreed to become the "editor".

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2006.03.20 The Arduino Playground (beta) is open. This is the place where arduino users can collaboratively build their own documentation for arduino. Open to anybody, just register for a password.

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2006.03.19 Open Source technologies for Art and Design workshop with Arduino, Processing and Pure Data in Madrid, apply here

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free. Credits

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free. Credits

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2006.03.12 We have a new website and forum!! this will be the new home of the soon to be multi-lingual arduino website! (we have also migrated the forum and all the passwords. let us know if something isn't working)

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2006.03.11 a new Multisensor Shield developed by Marcos Yarza is under test. Details

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2006.03.11 Free arduino workshop during the Salone Del Mobile in Milan. More details in the italian forum

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2006.03.11 a new Multisensor Shield developed by Marcos Yarza is under test. It is perfect for workshops and includes a socket for a Zigbee module, accelerometer, ultrasound, capacitive sensor, 3 pushbuttons, 3 leds, and 5 analog sensors with pull-up resistors. Take a look at it here

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2006.03.11 new Multisensor Shield developed by Marcos Yarza under test. Includes a socket for a Zigbee module, accelerometer, capacitive sensor, 3 pushbuttons, 2 leds, and 5 analog sensors with pull-up resistors. Take a look at it here

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2006.03.07 EMI, Experimental Musical Instruments announce their second Arduino-based noise concert at KokoTeatteri, Helsinki, Finland on March 17th

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2006.03.07 Video lectures by Tom Igoe. Watch Tom introduce Arduino. Thanks to Pollie Barden for the great videos.

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2006.03.01 Our friends Christian Nold and Erica Calogero from The Bartlett School in London, produced a document, on a workshop using USB Extreme at Bartlett, download it here

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2006.03.01 Our friends Christian Nold and Erica Calogero from The Bartlett School in London, produced a website, on a workshop using USB Extreme at their school, visit it here

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2006.03.04 Arduino feature on Makezine Make magazine's blog.

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2006.03.02 Arduino featured on the Spanish TV program cuatrosfera when presented at Dorkbot Barcelona, see the video clip here

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2006.03.01 Arduino is now officially available in the USA through sparkfun.com. Get yours here

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2006.02.26 New Arduino prototyping board schematics and part list available. This board has a section of prototyping holes for soldering on extra parts.

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free. Credits

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled and the software can be downloaded for free. Credits

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2006.02.17 We are actively looking into expanding the arduino team. If you want to help us you can work on code, documentation let us know. We might also be offering internships in Milan. Read more..?

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2006.02.17 We are actively looking into expanding the arduino team. If you want to help us you can work on code, documentation let us know. We might also be offering internships in Milan. (email address now working, thanks to Oliver Keller for pointing that out) Read more..?

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2006.02.19 Because of a large scale spam attack on the forum we had to disable guest posting. Sorry. We hope to enable it again in the future... in the meantime we have to clean up. We apologise for the inconvenient

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Pictures from our man in china, fallen has built an arduino powered robot. Congratulations!

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2006.01.31 ARDUINO NOMINATED FOR THE DIGITAL COMMUNITIES PRIX ARS ELECTRONICA, more news to come!

2006.01.21 Following the requests we received, we now have a chatroom on IRC. Connect

2006.01.20 LAST MINUTE Madrid - Spain, Arduino will be featured at Arco, the Contemporary Art Fair. Opening Feb. 7th Call for Participation

2006.01.17 Barcelona - Spain, Workshop at Hangar (jan30-feb3), APPLICATION CLOSED, check the participants list (here)

2006.01.16 Arduino 0003 is here! Highlights include new blue color scheme, included API reference, new examples, integrated serial monitor, corrected (flipped) numbering of the analog input pins. Download: Windows, Mac. Release notes.

2005.12.29 Tom Igoe developed two prototyping shields for Arduino, one with a small breadboard and the other with solder holes. details

2005.11.29 Nako wrote a nice article about the London workshop and the Arduino project for the Ravensbourne College post-graduate magazine.

2005.11.21 New pictures from Vancouver SFU's Interactivity Lab available in our gallery.

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2005.11.13 24 hours workshop people This week Arduino workshops are held simultaneously at SFU in Vancouver - Canada and at K3 in Malmö - Sweden, we will be rocking around the clock.

2005.11.08 The Milan workshop is also going ahead. send an email to workshop@potemkin.org for more info.

2005.11.07 Finally we moved all our committments out of the way and the London workshop is going ahead. It will take place in West London between Friday 25 and Sunday 27 included. Please email workshop [at] potemkin [dot] org for details and register.

2005.11.06 Arduino will be presented at DXARTS, Washington University, Nov 16, 2005.

2005.11.01 The website competition is over. We'll announce the results soon. stay tuned.

2005.10.26 the Arduino project can be found from now on under the domain name: www.arduino.cc, with CC as in Creative Commons.

2005.10.06 Arduino 0002 is now available. Mac OS X or Windows or read the release notes. Warning: the default serial port speed (baud rate) for uploading code has changed; to use Arduino 0002 with an older board, select "9600" from the Tools | Serial port speed menu.

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2005.11.07 Finally we moved all our committments out of the way and the London workshop is going ahead. It will take place in West London between Friday 25 and Sunday 27 included. Please email workshop [at] potemkin [dot] org for details and register.

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2005.11.29 Nako wrote an article about the London workshop and the Arduino project. We're glad you liked it.

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2005.10.01 We have developed a Bio-sensor "shield". This board is able to read the heart rate and galvanic skin response of two people at the same time. details

2005.10.01 Our manufacturer has 1000 blank pcbs ready for you to order.

2005.09.29 Arduino website competition! Redesign the arduino website (and a logo if you are feeling generous) and win 3 pre-assembled arduino boards and 10 blank PCBs. Details

2005.09.26 The Processing developers linked Arduino from their site http://hardware.processing.org

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2005.11.07 Finally we moved all our committments out of the way and the London workshop is going ahead. It will take place in West London between Friday 25 and Sunday 27 included. Please email workshop@potemkin.org for details and register.

2005.11.06 Arduino will be presented at DXARTS, Washington University, Nov 16, 2005.

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Manifesto

Interaction Designers, Artists, Industrial Designers, Engineers ... we all need tools for quick development. Read our manifesto

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Interaction Designers, Artists, Industrial Designers, Engineers ... we all need tools for quick development. Read our manifesto

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2005.10.26 the Arduino project can be found from now on under the domain name: www.arduino.cc, with CC as in Creative Commons.

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2005.09.21 Today we put 1000 Arduino boards in the oven, get ready for the workshops guys!

2005.09.16 We have opened a wish list for the future versions of arduino. You can see the current list at FeatureWishList

2005.09.09 Arduino gallery opened. See pictures of the board in action.

2005.09.07 Students at Malmo K3 have assembled a number of Arduino boards as part of their class on Physical Computing.

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2005.09.01 The pre-assembled USB Arduino boards are now available. If you want to buy some contact the manufacturer directly at g.martino at smartprojects.it. Thanks to Gianluca Martino for the continuous help.

2005.08.30 The new IDE (based on Processing) is ready. Download it for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java).

2005.08.23 Marcos Yarza of the University of Zaragoza started a project that will create a Zigbee wireless extension modules for Arduino.

2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his colleagues have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday. See the pictures.

2005.08.18 Arduino is the official platform at K3 Malmo. It was published on the last issue of the official magazine with a picture of the boards (photo in the gallery).

2005.07.21 New web forum opened.

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2005.09.29 Arduino website competition! Redesign the arduino website (and a logo if you are feeling generous) and win 3 pre-assembled arduino boards and 10 blank PCBs. Details

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2005.09.26 The Processing developers make Arduino linked us from their site http://hardware.processing.org

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2005.09.26 The Processing developers linked Arduino from their site http://hardware.processing.org

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2005.09.26 The Processing developers make Arduino linked us from their site http://hardware.processing.org

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

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For more,read the documentation, see the Arduino project page on BerliOS, which includes a bug database, SVN instructions, 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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2005.09.21 Today we put 1000 Arduino boards in the oven, get ready for the workshops guys!

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2005.09.16 We have opened a wish list for the future versions of arduino. You can see the current list at FeatureWishList

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Older releases can be found on the Arduino software page.

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

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

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Howto

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Howto

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language.

Credits Gallery

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Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Credits

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2005.08.30 The new IDE (based on Processing) is ready. Download it for mac os x and windows (with Java | without Java).

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2005.08.30 The new IDE (based on Processing) is ready. Download it for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java).

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Download the software IDE for mac os x and Windows (with Java | without Java).

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Download the software IDE for Mac OS X and Windows (with Java | without Java).

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2005.09.7 Students at Malmo K3 have assembled a number of Arduino boards as part of their class on Physical Computing.

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2005.09.09 Arduino gallery opened. See pictures of the board in action.

2005.09.07 Students at Malmo K3 have assembled a number of Arduino boards as part of their class on Physical Computing.

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2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his colleagues have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday.

2005.08.18 Arduino is the official platform at K3 Malmo. It was published on the last issue of the official magazine with a picture of the boards.

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2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his colleagues have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday. See the pictures.

2005.08.18 Arduino is the official platform at K3 Malmo. It was published on the last issue of the official magazine with a picture of the boards (photo in the gallery).

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2005.09.01 The Pre-assembled USB arduino boards are now available. If you want to buy some contact the manufacturer directly at g.martino at smartprojects.it

2005.08.30 The New IDE is ready. Download it for mac os x and windows (with Java | without Java).

2005.08.24 A new IDE is on the way. Following the recent opening of the Processing source code, we have prepared a new standalone IDE derived from it. It looks and works just like processing but works with arduino code and boards. It will be available soon in the software section (and of course, as usual, the source will be available immediately)

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2005.09.01 The pre-assembled USB Arduino boards are now available. If you want to buy some contact the manufacturer directly at g.martino at smartprojects.it. Thanks to Gianluca Martino for the continuous help.

2005.08.30 The new IDE (based on Processing) is ready. Download it for mac os x and windows (with Java | without Java).

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2005.08.22 The new preassembled Arduino USB boards are almost ready. Here is a picture of the PCB coming out of the factory (Notice the lead-free compliant treatment - Thanks to Gianluca Martino for the continuos help)

2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his colleagues have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday. The pictures are on flickr

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2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his colleagues have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday.

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2005.07.21 New web forum opened

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2005.07.21 New web forum opened.

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What is arduino

Arduino is an open-source Physical Computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language.

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What is Arduino?

Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language.

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.7.zip. (release notes and change log).

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2005.09.7 Students at Malmo K3 have assembled a number of Arduino boards as part of their class on Physical Computing.

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2005.08.30 The New IDE is ready. Download it for mac os x and windows (coming soon).

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

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

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2005.09.01 The Pre-assembled USB arduino boards are now available. If you want to buy some contact the manufacturer directly at g.martino@smartprojects.it

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2005.09.01 The Pre-assembled USB arduino boards are now available. If you want to buy some contact the manufacturer directly at g.martino at smartprojects.it

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2005.08.28 The New IDE is ready the code is available in the svn repository. It's an alpha version right now.. In the next couple of days you'll be able to download the application for Mac Os X and Windows.

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2005.08.28 The New IDE is ready the code is available in the svn repository. It's an alpha version right now.. In the next couple of days you'll be able to download the application for Mac Os X and Windows.

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2005.08.24 A new IDE is on the way. Following the recent opening of the Processing source code, we have prepared a new standalone IDE derived from it. It looks and works just like processing but works with arduino code and boards. It will be available soon in the software section (and of course, as usual, the source will be available immediately)

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2005.08.23 Marcos Yarza of the University of Zaragoza started a project that will create a Zigbee wireless extension modules for Arduino.

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2005.08.22 The new preassembled Arduino USB boards are almost ready. Here is a picture of the PCB coming out of the factory (Notice the lead-free compliant treatment)

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2005.08.22 The new preassembled Arduino USB boards are almost ready. Here is a picture of the PCB coming out of the factory (Notice the lead-free compliant treatment - Thanks to Gianluca Martino for the continuos help)

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2005.08.22 The new preassembled Arduino USB boards are almost ready. Here is a picture of the PCB coming out of the factory (Notice the lead-free compliant treatment)

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2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his friends have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday. The pictures are on flickr

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2005.08.18 Tom Igoe and his friends have assembled a number of Arduino boards at ITP yesterday. The pictures are on flickr

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2005.07.21 New webforum opened

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2005.08.18 Arduino is the official platform at K3 Malmo. It was published on the last issue of the official magazine with a picture of the boards.

2005.07.21 New web forum opened

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

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

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

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Hardware

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

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Arduino consists of a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8, avr-gcc, and the Wiring IDE. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

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What is arduino

Arduino is an open-source Physical Computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language.

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The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. It is open-source and you can download the Eagle cad files below.

The software has been mainly written by David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti, based on Wiring by Hernando Barragan.

Yaniv Steiner and Giorgio Olivero have been supporting the project and are working at using it with the Instant Soup platform.

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News

2005.07.21 New webforum opened

Howto

Get started with the howto and some troubleshooting suggestions.

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Hardware

There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 (datasheet).

  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic / part list

  • USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic

  • Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. (The design for this board will be downloadable after we debug it :)

Shields

Shields are boards to be mounted on top of the Arduino board and that extend the functionality of Arduino to control different devices, acquire data, etc.

Standalone Version

Directions for a standalone version (just the Atmega8 and the bare minimum of other components).

Parallel Programmer

Instructions for a do-it-yourself parallel port programmer for the Arduino board.

Howto

The start of a howto and some troubleshooting suggestions.

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For those willing to put hands on the system asap, we have created an experimental IDE that will help you to create, compile and upload code to your arduino board.

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Part List for the Serial (RS232) Arduino

Courtesy of Tom Igoe

 
Part        Value        Package            Digikey part no.

C1            100n        C050-025X075    P4201-ND
C2            22p            C050-025X075    1330PH-ND
C3            22p            C050-025X075    1330PH-ND
C5            100n        C050-025X075    P4201-ND
C6            100u        E3,5-8            P10269-ND
C7            100u        E3,5-8            P10269-ND
C8            10u            E5-6            P11250-ND
D1            1N4004        DO41-10            1N4004GICT-ND
D2            1N4148        DO35-10            1N4148FS-ND
D3            1N4148        DO35-10            1N4148FS-ND
IC1            ATMEGA8        DIL28-3            ATMEGA8-16PI-ND
IC1            Socket        DIL28-3            ED3128-ND
IC2            78XXL        TO-220            LM7805CT-ND
ICSP        ICSP        2X03            A26509-20-ND
J1            pinhead        1X08            A26509-20-ND
J2            pinhead        1X06            A26509-20-ND
J3            pinhead        1X08            A26509-20-ND
LED1        LED            LED3MM            160-1144-ND
POWER        pinhead        1X04            A26509-20-ND
Q1            QS            16Mhz            300-6034-ND
R1            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R2            220            0207/10            220QBK-ND
R3            4k7            0207/10            4.7KQBK-ND
R4            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R5            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R6            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R7            1k            0207/10            1.0KQBK-ND
R8            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
S1            B3F-10XX    switch            SW400-ND
T1            BC547        TO92            BC547BOS-ND
T2            BC327        TO92-EBC        BC327OS-ND
X1            F09H        Dsub9            A2100-ND
X2            SCD-014-A    2.1x5.5            CP-102AH-ND

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Arduino consists of a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8, avr-gcc, and the Wiring IDE. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

Photo by Nicholas Zambetti

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. It is open-source and you can download the Eagle cad files below.

The software has been mainly written by David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti, based on Wiring by Hernando Barragan.

Yaniv Steiner and Giorgio Olivero have been supporting the project and are working at using it with the Instant Soup platform.

Roadmap

Arduino is an open source/hardware project with specific milestones. Check out the Arduino Roadmap if you know what we will do next.

Hardware

There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 (datasheet).

  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic / part list

  • USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic

  • Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. (The design for this board will be downloadable after we debug it :)

Shields

Shields are boards to be mounted on top of the Arduino board and that extend the functionality of Arduino to control different devices, acquire data, etc.

Standalone Version

Directions for a standalone version (just the Atmega8 and the bare minimum of other components).

Parallel Programmer

Instructions for a do-it-yourself parallel port programmer for the Arduino board.

Howto

Right now, just some notes on working combinations of OS and hardware.

Software

Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.7.zip. (release notes and change log).

Older releases can be found on the Arduino software page.

More Information

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

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Arduino consists of a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8, avr-gcc, and the Wiring IDE. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

Photo by Nicholas Zambetti

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. It is open-source and you can download the Eagle cad files below.

The software has been mainly written by David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti, based on Wiring by Hernando Barragan.

Yaniv Steiner and Giorgio Olivero have been supporting the project and are working at using it with the Instant Soup platform.

Roadmap

Arduino is an open source/hardware project with specific milestones. Check out the Arduino Roadmap if you know what we will do next.

Hardware

There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 (datasheet).

  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic / PartsSerial?

  • USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic

  • Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. (The design for this board will be downloadable after we debug it :)

Shields

Shields are boards to be mounted on top of the Arduino board and that extend the functionality of Arduino to control different devices, acquire data, etc.

Standalone Version

Directions for a standalone version (just the Atmega8 and the bare minimum of other components).

Parallel Programmer

Instructions for a do-it-yourself parallel port programmer for the Arduino board.

Howto

Right now, just some notes on working combinations of OS and hardware.

Software

Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.7.zip. (release notes and change log).

Older releases can be found on the Arduino software page.

More Information

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

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Part List for the Serial (RS232) Arduino

Courtesy of Tom Igoe

 
Part        Value        Package            Digikey part no.

C1            100n        C050-025X075    P4201-ND
C2            22p            C050-025X075    1330PH-ND
C3            22p            C050-025X075    1330PH-ND
C5            100n        C050-025X075    P4201-ND
C6            100u        E3,5-8            P10269-ND
C7            100u        E3,5-8            P10269-ND
C8            10u            E5-6            P11250-ND
D1            1N4004        DO41-10            1N4004GICT-ND
D2            1N4148        DO35-10            1N4148FS-ND
D3            1N4148        DO35-10            1N4148FS-ND
IC1            ATMEGA8        DIL28-3            ATMEGA8-16PI-ND
IC1            Socket        DIL28-3            ED3128-ND
IC2            78XXL        TO-220            LM7805CT-ND
ICSP        ICSP        2X03            A26509-20-ND
J1            pinhead        1X08            A26509-20-ND
J2            pinhead        1X06            A26509-20-ND
J3            pinhead        1X08            A26509-20-ND
LED1        LED            LED3MM            160-1144-ND
POWER        pinhead        1X04            A26509-20-ND
Q1            QS            16Mhz            300-6034-ND
R1            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R2            220            0207/10            220QBK-ND
R3            4k7            0207/10            4.7KQBK-ND
R4            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R5            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R6            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
R7            1k            0207/10            1.0KQBK-ND
R8            10k            0207/10            10KQBK-ND
S1            B3F-10XX    switch            SW400-ND
T1            BC547        TO92            BC547BOS-ND
T2            BC327        TO92-EBC        BC327OS-ND
X1            F09H        Dsub9            A2100-ND
X2            SCD-014-A    2.1x5.5            CP-102AH-ND

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  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic / PartsSerial?
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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6-8.zip. (release notes and change log).

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.7.zip. (release notes and change log).

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Roadmap

Arduino is an open source/hardware project with specific milestones. Check out the Arduino Roadmap if you know what we will do next.

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Shields

Shields are boards to be mounted on top of the Arduino board and that extend the functionality of Arduino to control different devices, acquire data, etc.

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6-3.zip. (release notes and change log).

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6-8.zip. (release notes and change log).

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6.zip. (release notes and change log).

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6-3.zip. (release notes and change log).

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6.zip

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6.zip. (release notes and change log).

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You can find the latest release on the Arduino software page

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Download (for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows 2000): Arduino-0.3.6.zip

Older releases can be found on the Arduino software page.

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Arduino consists of a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8 and avr-gcc and a plugin to the Wiring IDE. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

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Arduino consists of a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8, avr-gcc, and the Wiring IDE. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

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There are three versions of the Arduino board. All use the Atmel Atmega8 (datasheet).

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Parallel Programmer

Instructions for a do-it-yourself parallel port programmer for the Arduino board.

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Arduino


Arduino is a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8 and avr-gcc. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

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Arduino consists of a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8 and avr-gcc and a plugin to the Wiring IDE. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

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The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. It is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files below.

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The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. It is open-source and you can download the Eagle cad files below.

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Photo by Nicholas Zambetti

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It's a small and inexpensive board that is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles, it is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files here.

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Arduino is a small, inexpensive, and open i/o board based on the Atmega8 and avr-gcc. It is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board.

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. It is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files below.

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Atmega 8 Fuses

Description of the Atmega8 fuses?. You can set these with a script in the bootloader directory of the Arduino software.

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Atmega 8 Fuses

Description of the Atmega8 fuses?. You can set these with a script in the bootloader directory of the Arduino software.

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Standalone Version

Directions for a standalone version (just the Atmega8 and the bare minimum of other components).

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Hardware

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And here's the software:

Arduino software

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Software

You can find the latest release on the Arduino software page

More Information

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For more, see the Arduino project page on BerliOS], which includes a [[https://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=3590 | bug database, CVS instructions, online browsing of the Arduino source, and a list of the Arduino software downloads.

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

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For more, see the Arduino project page on BerliOS], which includes a [[https://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=3590 | bug database, CVS instructions, online browsing of the Arduino source, and a list of the Arduino software downloads.

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Arduino ~ "Wiring Compatible Development Board"

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Arduino

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Arduino ~ "Wiring Compatible Development Board"

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Arduino-0.3.zip

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Arduino software

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Arduino-0.3.zip

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Arduino-0.3.zip

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http://download.berlios.de/arduino/Arduino-0.3.zip Arduino-0.3.zip

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Arduino-0.3.zip

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There are three versions of Arduino:

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There are three versions of the Arduino board:

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And here's the software:

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Yaniv Steiner and Giorgio Olivero have been supporting the project and are working at using it with the Instant Soup platform.

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The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles, it is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files here.

The software has been mainly written by David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti, based on BConstants.h by Hernando Barragan.

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The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles, it is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files here.

The software has been mainly written by David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti, based on Wiring by Hernando Barragan.

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[[Bugs]

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It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Index}} Wiring? board

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and http://www.0j0.org/wiki/index.php/DojoDave David Cuartielles, it is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files here.

The software has been mainly written by http://dam.mellis.org/ David Mellis and http://www.zambetti.com/ Nicholas Zambetti, based on BConstants.h by Hernando Barragan.

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It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Wiring board

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles, it is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files here.

The software has been mainly written by David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti, based on BConstants.h by Hernando Barragan.

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  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.zip Download Eagle Cad files / http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.jpg schematic

  • USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip Download Eagle Cad files / http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg schematic

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  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic

  • USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. Download Eagle Cad files / schematic

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{{Installation}} {{Bugs}}

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Installation [[Bugs]

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Here are some useful default pages installed along with the PmWiki software :

More information about PmWiki can be found at http://www.pmwiki.org/.

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Arduino

It's a small and inexpensive board that is normally used to deploy designs developed with Wiring. It's useful when you want to make multiple objects and don't want to give away your precious Index}} Wiring? board

The circuit was designed by Massimo Banzi and http://www.0j0.org/wiki/index.php/DojoDave David Cuartielles, it is opensource and you can download the Eagle cad files here.

The software has been mainly written by http://dam.mellis.org/ David Mellis and http://www.zambetti.com/ Nicholas Zambetti, based on BConstants.h by Hernando Barragan.

There are three versions of Arduino:

  • Serial - It's a basic board that uses RS232 as an interface to a computer for programming or communication. This board is easy to assemble even as a learning exercise and should cost less than 20 EUR. http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.zip Download Eagle Cad files / http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_rs232.jpg schematic

  • USB - It's an evolution of the previous board that has a USB port to communicate with a computer. It's more difficult to assemble because of the SMD chip. http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.zip Download Eagle Cad files / http://www.potemkin.org/uploads/Pid/arduino_usb.jpg schematic

  • Bluetooth - This is the latest version that eliminates the need for cables going to the microcontroller board. It can be programmed and communicate up to 10 metres away from a computer. It can also be used from a mobile phone. (The design for this board will be downloadable after we debug it :)

{{Installation}} {{Bugs}}

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