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Being creative with Arduino and Musio

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First of all, Do you know what Arduino is? Arduino is an awesome open-source platform for building projects involving electronics. It consists of a physical circuit board, referred to a micro-controller and a piece of software called sketches. Arduino has their own IDE to code sketches and easy to compile and upload to the micro-controller via USB. One great thing about Arduino that it's easy to use and the possibilities are endless. Sketches use a simplified version of C, very close to C which makes it easy to learn, if you're a beginner.


Learn Arduino by building 15 projects from scratch

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Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. It's no secret that Arduino is the go-to resource for inventors, artists, programmers, and designers alike who want to create a compelling interactive object. Comprised of a user-friendly circuit board and software that can run on your home computer, the open-source platform makes electronics prototyping ultra-accessible, even for complete novices. Whether you've got a whopping zero hours of Arduino experience or want to take your understanding of it from intermediate to expert, the Arduino Bootcamp will help you learn by walking you through more than a dozen projects from scratch. Under Assam's guidance, you'll learn how to build 15 nifty Arduino projects from the ground up starting with lessons in basic knowledge like installing the Arduino IDE.


Get started with machine learning on Arduino

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This post was originally published by Sandeep Mistry and Dominic Pajak on the TensorFlow blog. Arduino is on a mission to make machine learning simple enough for anyone to use. We've been working with the TensorFlow Lite team over the past few months and are excited to show you what we've been up to together: bringing TensorFlow Lite Micro to the Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense. In this article, we'll show you how to install and run several new TensorFlow Lite Micro examples that are now available in the Arduino Library Manager. The first tutorial below shows you how to install a neural network on your Arduino board to recognize simple voice commands.


Get started with machine learning on Arduino

#artificialintelligence

This post was originally published by Sandeep Mistry and Dominic Pajak on the TensorFlow blog. Arduino is on a mission to make machine learning simple enough for anyone to use. We've been working with the TensorFlow Lite team over the past few months and are excited to show you what we've been up to together: bringing TensorFlow Lite Micro to the Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense. In this article, we'll show you how to install and run several new TensorFlow Lite Micro examples that are now available in the Arduino Library Manager. The first tutorial below shows you how to install a neural network on your Arduino board to recognize simple voice commands.