Overall, the Intel Galileo development board is a great tool for quickly
prototyping simple interactive designs such as LED light displays that
respond to social media, or for tackling more complex projects from
automating home appliances to building life-size robots controlled by a
Intel® Galileo will be available by the end of November. Visit http://maker.intel.com and www.intel.com/support/go/galileo for information on where to buy and to learn more about Intel® Galileo.
The company is a founding sponsor of the Maker Education Initiative along with Maker Media*, Pixar* and Cognizant.
In the past decade,
Arduino, the first widespread Open Source Hardware platform, was launched in 2005 to simplify the process of electronic prototyping. It enables everyday people with little or no technical background to build interactive products. The Arduino ecosystem is a combination of three different elements, including a small electronic board that makes it easy and affordable to learn to program a microcontroller, a free software application used to program the board, and a vibrant community. Every day on the www.arduino.cc website thousands of people connect with other users, ask for help, engage and contribute to the project.
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