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Today we’re very excited (and a bit nervous) to announce the new development cycle of the Arduino IDE. As you may have noticed, we’ve been continuously removing functionality from the Java package,...

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If, for whatever reason, you need your computer to stay awake without changing its settings, that’s easy—just remember to shake your mouse back and forth intermittently! If remembering to do that...

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Dear Arduino Community, Back in July, we announced that the original Arduino founders regained full control of Arduino as a company. It was the culmination of a project that lasted several months, which...

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In order to make his model trains stand out, David G. Bodnar has been working on the best way to integrate 8×8 displays into the cars. Through the process he’s come up with several great techniques,...

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In case you haven’t noticed, our team has just released Arduino IDE 1.8.5! This time the changelog is fairly small, as it mainly solves a (rather important) problem being encountered by macOS users...

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IoT developers, makers and enterprises will be excited to know that Arduino has unveiled two new “MKR” form-factor IoT boards focused on applications like environmental monitoring, tracking, agriculture,...

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First unveiled over the weekend at World Maker Faire New York, Arduino has introduced a pair of new IoT boards with embedded LoRa and GSM capabilities. The Arduino MKR WAN 1300 and MKR GSM 1400 are designed...

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While keyboards are great, and custom shortcuts can make things even better, why not do away with buttons and knobs altogether, controlling your computer instead via simple gestures? Maker Ben James...

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While Arduino boards are useful for simple robotics and control applications, as outlined on William Osman’s blog, they can also be employed for data tracking to help engineers verify and modify a...

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When you’re the best man at a wedding, you could get the groom a nice knife, shaving kit, or some other sentimental and/or useful item. If, however, you’re Imgurian “msx80,” you make a video poker...

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You may think that visually sensing colors is a complicated operation, requiring a camera or other advanced sensors. This isn’t always the case, as engineer “Tech Martian” illustrates in...

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Blow guns can be very helpful around your workshop, but sometimes you want a subtle shot of air instead of a full blast. There are several ways to take this on, but YouTuber “MBcreates” decided on...