The BBC micro:bit v2 is a mini computer that has been designed to make coding fun and easy to learn. The micro:bit Go is a bundle containing all the essentials to get powered up and ready to programme as well as the micro:bit v2 board. A perfect choice to get started with the micro:bit.
The OKdo Raspberry Pi 4 essential starter kit includes the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B with 2GB of RAM as well as all the essentials you need to get started including a 2m HDMI cable,16GB SD card with OS, OKdo Raspberry Pi case as well as a universal power supply.
The Nvidia Jetson Nano™ 2GB Developer Kit is an amazing AI computer designed for manufacturers, students and embedded developers. The kit enables you to create parallel artificial intelligence frameworks like image classification or speech processing on an easy-to-use platform running on as little as 5 watts.
The OKdo MicroBlocks Activity Kit is a development tool designed to create applications for use in multiple situations. The MicroBlocks Kit enables students to quickly start developing software for physical computing projects based on the BBC micro:bit Single Board Computer and powerful Integrated Development Environment (IDE) from MicroBlocks.
The Piper Computer Kit includes everything needed to teach students about computer science, electronics, and coding through Piper's StoryMode using the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft, and PiperCode using Google's Blockly. Ideal for ages 8+.
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This L-TEK Elektronika module delivers 6LoWPAN communications with Arduino through 2.4GHz wireless 802.15.4 connectivity. The PCB module comes complete with a built-in chip antenna and UFL connector.
An awesome computer kit that is built within a keyboard from Raspberry Pi based on the popular Raspberry Pi 4. The kit includes a Raspberry Pi 400, power supply, HDMI cable, preloaded microSD card with Raspberry Pi OS, mouse and Beginner guide. You just need to add a monitor!
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OKdo Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Model B Starter Kit This exclusive 8-piece Raspberry Pi 4 starter kit from OKdo includes everything you need (it really does) to get going in the world of Raspberry Pi– from all the hardware in a single box, to access to an online step-by-step guide as well as projects to get up and running faster than ever, effortlessly.
This project you will turn your Raspberry PI 4 into a programable synth using Sonic Pi (MIT Copyright (c) 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Samuel Aaron (http://sam.aaron.name) Copyright (c) 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 Samuel Aaron (http://sam.aaron.name. There are numerous synths, samples and effects that can be combined in real-time to create your own original sounds. At the end of this project you will have a fully functioning synthesiser capable of outputting music via HDMI, external speakers or an amplifier.
Every aspect of the Arduino range is designed to make leaning code and designing projects, simple, easy and great fun. A versatile, open-source development board with headers, the Arduino Leonardo is based on the ATmega328P microcontroller, and features 20 x digital I/O pins (7 can be used as PWM outputs), 12 x Analogue inputs and a 16MHz crystal oscillator.
When connecting an Arduino to a computer, it normally connects as a generic serial interface device which if you've had much experience with Arduino before, you will know just allows for basic ASCII to be sent to and from the PC. This is very useful for basic applications like debugging or data logging, but what do you do if you want to make something like a controller? Well you make a HID of course This will only work on certain Arduinos, the Leonardo, Micro, Zero and Due (or any 32U4 based board). This is because they have a USB module built in whereas something like the Uno or the Mega does not. If you don't know what a HID (Human Interface Device) is, then you will be pleased to know you probably used one to get to this page. A computer mouse, a keyboard and an Xbox remote are all HIDs and you can emulate them using an Arduino as a HID.
The popular open source BeagleBone® Black now comes with built-in wireless networking capability, replacing the 10/100 Ethernet port with onboard 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz WiFi and Bluetooth. Leveraging a partnership with Octavo Systems and designed in AutodeskCadSoft EAGLEEagle, BeagleBone® Black Wireless is the easiest to use and modify credit-card sized IoT Linux computer available.
If you're anything like me, at some point you get asked to use a brand new board for a project. This can be for a variety of reasons, and it comes with a variety of feelings - including one that reigns supreme "YES! Let's do this!". When it comes to starting down the path of a new board, you may feel overwhelmed, but have no fear you are in good hands. Relax, and enjoy the easy way to BeagleBone exploration. The first part is now the easiest thanks to OKDo. Go to okdo.com and order your BeagleBone Black Wireless. Same great BeagleBone Black that users have been loving for years, now with Wifi, Bluetooth and more! Once you place the order wait for that shiny box to show up! Also make sure you have an SD Card on hand for updating your OS.
Air Quality IoT Starter Kit consists of a Wio Link board, a gas sensor and a temperature/humidity sensor. Wio Link is an ESP8266 based open-source Wi-Fi board designed to simplify IoT developments by offering plug-n-play modules through Grove connectors. The TVOC/eCO2 Gas Sensor (based on Sensiron SGP30) is an indoor air quality monitoring sensor. The SGP30 is a digital multi-pixel gas sensor that can detect harmful gases through TVOC(Total Volatile Organic Compounds) and CO2eq. The Temperature & Humidity Sensor (DHT22) is a high accuracy sensor used in indoor applications. The detecting range of this sensor is 5% RH – 99% RH, temperature range from -40°C to 80°C and its accuracy reaches up to 2% RH and 0.5°C respectively. Setup and programming of this board can be done using Arduino IDE with the support libraries from OKdo to send the sensor data to OKdo Cloud. For more info on how to get connected to the OKdo Cloud for free, please follow the instructions on the leaflet or read more at https://www.okdo.com/do-iot/
So you got yourself one of our new air quality monitoring kits and you are ready to do your part as a citizen scientist by contributing your data to the cloud. This guide will help you get your new kit online and connected to our cloud service to join all the other devices around the world. We tried to make this process easy so let's get started! What's in the box: A Wio Link Board Grove Temperature & Humidity Sensor (DHT22) Grove VOC and eCO2 Gas Sensor (SGP30) Micro USB Cable Grove Cables Other things you will need: Your WiFi access credentials Arduino IDE installed Wio Link board support in your Arduino IDE OKdo IoT kit libraries installed AllThingsTalk Maker Cloud Account
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