The vapor condenses :-rurwin wrote:That's even more vapour-ware than the RaspPi
It seems they're pretty far behind schedule...it was supposed to be fully tested and released by the end of 2011 apparently, but they're just now getting prototypes out to people.Grumpy Mike wrote:The vapor condenses :-rurwin wrote:That's even more vapour-ware than the RaspPi
http://www.flickr.com/photos/robotgrrl/ ... 855444076/
Less of a point making exercise, more of a fact imparting one I would have thought.Grumpy Mike wrote:Yes but so was the Pi, your point being?davr wrote:...it was supposed to be fully tested and released by the end of 2011 apparently,
Not seeing how a 32bit 84Mhz board is going to impact on the Raspi itself,or indeed the Gertboard, which of course is simply an add on for the Raspi. Nice bit of kit, but very different markets.randomvibe wrote:The 32-bit Arduino Due is finally here, as promised at the World Maker Faire in New York in Septemeber. This could be the end for the gertboard. And even the raspberrypi itself - I hope not. I think a dedicated library to communicate with the Due would be extremely beneficial and full of possibility.
Interesting thread regarding the Due below. Even Massimo Banzi has chimed in.
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic ... #msg966219
Also, about the countless 'Arduino compatible' shields (not mentioned in this topic, but I'll say it anyway); I'd much prefered it if the Arduino was 'standard 0.1" breadboard/veroboard compatible' in the first place. Then all shields would be compatible with everyting else. Finding that out (the hard way) felt like a kick in the nuts. One of the biggest missed opportunities in the world of open source hardware, if you ask me (I know, nobody asked).Price: $58.42
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I'm not sure what it is you want to be done. Is it hardware? What would it look like? People will take their Pi's and Due's and hook them up. That's for sure.randomvibe wrote:[...]Are you planning on making this happen, or will you only focus on the gertboard, or perhaps both?[...]
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