Reference.USBHost History

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October 22, 2012, at 11:50 AM by Federico -
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Compatible with Arduino Due only

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The KeyboardController library enables communication with a connected USB keyboard.

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The KeyboardController library enables communication with a connected USB keyboard.

Keyboards that connect through an internal USB hub will not work. This includes most Apple keyboards that have been tested.

October 16, 2012, at 09:58 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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The USBHost library allows an Arduino Due board to appear as a USB host, enabling it to communicate with peripherals like USB mice and keyboards.

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The USBHost library allows an Arduino Due board to appear as a USB host, enabling it to communicate with peripherals like USB mice and keyboards. USBHost does not support devices that are connected through USB hubs. This includes some keyboards that have an internal hub.

October 16, 2012, at 09:57 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
October 16, 2012, at 08:51 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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NB : The USBHost library and associated functions are experimental. While it is not likely the API will change in future releases, it is still under development.

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October 16, 2012, at 06:38 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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The MouseController library allows communication about the position and status of a connected USB mouse to the Due. When reporting its position, its origin point is 0,0.

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The MouseController library enables communication between a connected USB mouse and the Due.

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October 16, 2012, at 05:45 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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The KeyboardController library enabled communication with a connected USB keyboard.

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The KeyboardController library enables communication with a connected USB keyboard.

October 16, 2012, at 05:45 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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Keyboard Controller

The KeyboardController library enabled communication with a connected USB keyboard.

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October 02, 2012, at 06:51 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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NB : The USBHost library is distributed under the General Public License version 2 (GPL2) as published by the Free Software Foundation. Any sketch that uses the library needs to be open-sourced under the GPL as well.

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NB : The USBHost library is distributed under the General Public License version 2 (GPL2) as published by the Free Software Foundation. Any sketch that uses the library needs to be open-sourced under the GPL2 as well.

October 02, 2012, at 06:51 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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USB Host

The USB host libraries allow an Arduino Due board to appear as a USB host, enabling it to communicate with peripherals like USB mice and keyboards.

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USBHost

The USBHost library allows an Arduino Due board to appear as a USB host, enabling it to communicate with peripherals like USB mice and keyboards.

NB : The USBHost library is distributed under the General Public License version 2 (GPL2) as published by the Free Software Foundation. Any sketch that uses the library needs to be open-sourced under the GPL as well.

September 24, 2012, at 04:35 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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The MouseController library allows communication about the position and status of a connected USB mouse to the Due. When updating reporting its position, it is referring to it's origin point as 0,0.

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The MouseController library allows communication about the position and status of a connected USB mouse to the Due. When reporting its position, its origin point is 0,0.

September 24, 2012, at 04:34 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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USB Host

The USB host libraries allow an Arduino Due board to appear as a USB host, enabling it to communicate with peripherals like USB mice and keyboards.

Mouse Controller

The MouseController library allows communication about the position and status of a connected USB mouse to the Due. When updating reporting its position, it is referring to it's origin point as 0,0.

Examples

  • MouseController: Demonstrates the MouseController commands in one program.

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