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UK Schools pilot new Gadgeteer kit for education
In October 2013, a new .NET Gadgeteer kit (REF) was launched specifically for education. It includes a low memory board and key modules that can be used in schools. The combination of modules and mainboard chosen keeps the cost down whilst allowing for sufficient different projects to give a full exposure...
25 Feb 2014
Northumbria .NET Gadgeteer Workshop
Another two day .NET Gadgeteer workshop took place on the 12th and 13th February, this time at Northumbria University. Attendees included a diverse mix of 3rd year students from 3D, Design for Industry (DFI) and Media Design courses. The result was an entertaining mix of craft, design and technology...
14 May 2013
Etch, Sketch and Angry Oranges: Workshop at University of Ulm
The University of Stuttgart Gadgeteer workshops continue… Our second stop on our Gadgeteer Tour took place at University of Ulm , where the research groups of Michael Weber and Enrico Rukzio are located. 12 participants found together to hack away over the course of one day. Until...
7 Mar 2013
How to use Gadgeteer Interfaces directly from your application
One of the benefits of the .NET Gadgeteer design is that it provides ready-to-use hardware modules. Module designers can build libraries in such a way that they take care of the lower-level communication protocols and electrical signals that need to take place between the mainboard and the modules. Users...
10 Nov 2011
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