Introduce students to the world of microcontrollers with the familiarity of the Scratch visual programming interface. NB This is a BETA guide please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any issues.
Our homes are getting smarter every day. Air conditioning, wireless access and so much more. All this and more can be done with a microcontroller. But let's start with lights and blinds and the Genuino 101* board. Thanks to @timmiclark and his students from St Joseph's for the supreme smart town image!
Using the inbuilt gyroscopes and accelerometer create a pedometer using the Genuino 101* board. A STEM project with application in the PDHPE syllabus.
A beginner Ardunio / Intel Galileo project to get you and your students working with creative digital technologies.
Need some inspiration to get the most out of your Intel Galileo or Arduino? Here are some projects from makers around the world, to get your innovation juices flowing. Make sure you share your own creations on the site and let the Innovation Toolbox team know about any of your awesome projects.
A complete interactive getting-started guide for the Intel® Galileo. A complete beginners package including an introduction to circuits, basic programming and student activities.
A complete interactive getting started guide for the Intel® Galileo. Including basics, blink and the glitz and glam of a light show.
With the aid of Bluetooth* connectivity, the combination of the Science Journal App and the Genuino 101 board adds data collection, analysis and synthesis possibilities to the STEM classroom. NB This is a BETA guide please contact email@example.com with any issues.
Keen to add STEM and Digital Technologies in to your classroom? Take a look at these ideas on how to incorporate physical computing across the curriculum.
Come on an adventure to Luna Park with the students and teachers from Canterbury Primary School, a place where young innovators are being made.
Information, links, pictures, connections and videos from the Melbourne Mini Maker Faire. If you could not make the actual event this is almost as good as being there!
Finding physical computing daunting? Take out the fear with this continuum and the use of Arduino shields such as the Grove starter kit!
Learning goes computational and physical as students embark upon an adventure of Galileo proportions at John Monash Science School.
If you are preparing to run a Genuino 101* board session with students or teachers this handy guide can be circulated beforehand to ensure they have all the right software to get innovating!
Explore the world of inputs and outputs, sensors and servos in minutes with this easy to use and set up starter kit for the Genuino 101* board!
A complete guide to connecting and programming common add-ons and accessories to your Intel® Galileo. Examples include buzzer, photocell and sound sensor.
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