In this new post I will show you a simple Arduino code to read data from a txt file that is on an SD card.
Today I have been testing a module for Arduino that I had bought on Ebay and I also tried the Micro SD reader located in Arduino’s Ethernet Shield. To do this I made a simple code that writes every 5s the value of a potentiometer connected to the Arduino board in a file called “VALORPOT.TXT” (If this file doesn’t exist It is created and if It already exist the data is added after the existing one).
Hello, today I bring you a code to display numbers from 1 to 99 on a Colorduino Board with a RGB LED matrix 8×8.
Looking for Kickstarter projects I found a very interesting one, It’s a development board that combines characteristics of Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
As they say in its project page the UDOO board has the power of 4 Raspberry Pi and can run both Linux or Android or be programmed as an Arduino board.
The board mounts an ARM Cortex-A9 processor which can be two or four cores and also includes an Atmel ARM SAM3X8E for Arduino functions.