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Pixie Chroma mini Arduino LED matrix displays from $45

Arduino enthusiasts interested in creating a changeable RGB LED matrix might be interested in the new Pixie Chroma displays created specifically for the Arduino platform by the engineers and develop and team over at Lixie Labs. Features of the Pixie Chroma displays include Quad Mode and Shortcodes enabling you to quickly create scrolling messages in …

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THE QUADRIVIUM ENSEMBLEBOT IS A LABOUR OF LOVE

The Quadrivium EnsembleBot project is a mashup between old school musical instruments and the modern MIDI controlled world. Built by a small team over several years, these hand crafted instruments look and sound really nice. The electronics side of things is taken care of with a pile of Arduinos and off-the-shelf modules, but that doesn’t mean the …

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ESPRESSIF ANNOUNCES THE 
RELEASE OF ESP32-S2 SECURE WI-FI MCU

Espressif announces the release of the ESP32-S2 Secure Wi-Fi MCU, which is a highly integrated, low-power, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Microcontroller SoC supporting Wi-Fi HT40 and 43 GPIOs. Based on Xtensa® single-core 32-bit LX7 processor, ESP32-S2 can be clocked at up to 240 MHz. ESP32-S2 is a highly integrated, low-power, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Microcontroller SoC supporting …

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HOME AUTOMATION USING NODEMCU (ESP8266) BOARD

Home automation refers to the ability of your home to make its own decisions depending on environment conditions and give you the option to control it from a remote location. In one of our previous tutorial on the ESP8266 WiFi Module, we examined how NodeMCU or any of the other ESP8266 based boards can be used to build a web server …

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TinyWiFi 5G – A Clone of NanoPi NEO Air with 5GHz Wifi

Back in 2016, FriendlyARM launched the NanoPi NEO Air, an ARM-based board that featured Allwinner H3 processor, 2.5GHz WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, a camera DVP interface, and a ton of GPIO pins. The board was relatively powerful for it’s Nano size and it now costs around $28. Fast Forward to 2019, we have a new board called …

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