The Phoenard is an Arduino compatible prototyping gadget with color touchscreen,
WiFi, Bluetooth, GSM, GPRS, GPS, MP3 and various sensors. The Phoenard is developed
by Dutch students, has won an Atmel prize, was successful on Kickstarter and is now
manufactured by Seeed Studio. Use the Phoenard as a programmable controller, as a
learning tool for embedded development, as a prototyping tool or as a portable gadget.
The LCD can be used for different user interfaces, for which an Arduino library is
available. You can store several Arduino programs on the Micro-SD card. With the phone
and music function you can even use the Phoenard as your mobile phone.
The Arduino Uno WiFi is the new Arduino Uno with an integrated WiFi module.
The board is based on the ATmega328P and uses the popular ESP8266 system on
chip (SoC) for the Wifi. The Arduino Uno WiFi gives you the possibility to
communicate to connected sensors and actuators via WiFi. In this way you
easily make an Internet of Things (IoT) system. On the board the RestServer
sketch is installed which can be used to control your board directly thru a
web browser. Furthermore you have the option to program the board using WiFi.
Use Teensy Prop Shield to make interactive light and sound effects
The Teensy Prop Shield is developed to make interactive light and sound effects.
The shield has 10DoF (Degrees of Freedom) motion sensors, a 2W audio amplifier,
high-speed 5V buffers for DotStar or APA102 LEDs and an 8MB flash memory. This
tiny board is almost as big as the Teensy 3.2 only a bit longer to be able to
connect power supply, loudspeaker and LEDs. Also, there is a low cost version of
the Prop Shield available. This one is equivalent to the standard version only
without the motion sensors.
The PIC32MZ2048 is one of the most powerful PIC32 processors ever designed by Microchip. The processor
has a speed of 200 MHz and goes up to 330 Dhrystone MIPS. The PIC32MZ2048 has many interfaces: 24 or 48
channels ADC, USB device/host/OTG, 2 analog comparators, 6 UART, 4 SPI, 4 I2C, 0 or 2 CAN and Ethernet.
Olimex has made a development board for the 64-pins and a header board for the 144-pins version of the
chip. The development board has an OLED display and connectors for Ethernet, MicroSD, ICSP, USB client,
USB host/OTG, microphone, headphones, UEXT and CAN.