- anool created — 4 years ago
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AlaMode is a stackable, Arduino compatible board for the Raspberry Pi that plugs in to it’s GPIO header. While there are lots of emerging examples of interfacing hardware to the Pi, it’s just not as easy as the Arduino, and the Arduino already has hundreds of libraries for interfacing with motors, sensors, and displays. While you can always plug an Arduino into the USB port, but it’s not as neat and embed-able as a GPIO interfaced board. You can write a program on the Pi in any language you want to control or monitor your Arduino application, making Internet integration and control super easy. In addition you can even program the AlaMode directly from the Pi.
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This project is © WyoLum, LLC, and is published under the terms of the CERN Open Hardware Licence, version 1.1 licence.