Introduction The Arduino Zero made quite popular the ATSAMD21 microcontroller, which was later adopter by a number of other compatible boards like Adafruit’s Feather M0 or Itaca-Innovation’s uChip. The SAMD21 is a 48-MHz Cortex M0+, with hardware multiplier, a nice… (READ MORE)
Introduction In the Internet of Things (IoT) era, being able of controlling everything is becoming more and more requested. The most common example is the home automation: one would like to control for instance lights, the gates, and even appliances…. (READ MORE)
Hi there! Lately we were busy in developing something special! We will be running a Kickstarter campaign to help our idea come true. We wanted something more than a microcontroller. Something that could be easily programmed, and that allowed to… (READ MORE)
Introduction Hi there! Last time we finally managed to get the Arduino playing a 20 fps (or more) 16-bit per pixel 160×128 video from an SD card. Is our journey finished? Of course not. We promised you a full audio+video,… (READ MORE)
NOTE!!! This is the fourth part of the tutorial “How to play a 20 fps video on Arduino”. If you haven’t read the previous steps, you might find them in the links below: Part One (introduction) Part Two (hacking the… (READ MORE)
Introduction Hi there! In the previous episode we showed you how to enable 8MHz transfers on the popular 1.8” Display+SD shield. If you didn’t read it, go and check it, because it will be required for this episode!!! In this… (READ MORE)
How to play a 20 fps video on Arduino 2/6: Enabling high-speed SD transfers on a 1.8” TFT+SD module.
Introduction Hi there! This is the second step of our “How to play a video on Arduino” tutorial! For video playback we will need high transfer rates. High transfer rates are also required or desired in many other applications, so… (READ MORE)