[Lab] Beagle Bone Workshop Tomorrow night!
technical at artengine.ca
Wed Sep 4 13:32:52 EDT 2013
that is a pretty accurate description actually. It really is the gap filler
between arduino and Raspberry pi.
I know Darcy and I were looking into using BeagleBone when we were
initially working on the Bright Smile project together. Due to time issues
I ended up using 4 arduinos and 4 computer (probably could have saved
myself some hardware if I went BeagleBone...)
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On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 1:16 PM, Jason Cobill <jason.cobill at gmail.com> wrote:
> Can anyone on the list give some perspective on where the
> Beagleboard/bone fits into the electronics landscape? At a glance it looks
> like it occupies a space between the Raspberry Pi and an Arduino. A
> portable, low-power linux PC without a monitor hookup?
> Why would I choose a Beagleboard over one of the other platforms?
> -Jason Cobill
> On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Britta Evans-Fenton <
> technical at artengine.ca> wrote:
>> Hi everyone!
>> Just to let you know there is a beagle bone workshop happening* tomorrow
>> night in M70 (7-9PM)*
>> *Workshop info:*
>> An overview of the BeagleBones White, and Black and the rich I/O
>> peripherals they offer. Will show the embedded linux and IDE environment.
>> Will show example of interfacing with the GPIO and I2C interfaces using the
>> native OS interface and the abstracted "BoneLib" library authored by the
>> presenter (http://sourceforge.net/projects/bonelib/).
>> *To sign up please see here: *
>> For more information don't hesitate to ask!
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>> Ottawa Mini Maker Faire
>> Aug. 31 & Sept. 1 2013
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