If you are a frequent reader of this blog, then you know: I’m a big fan of Processor Expert components. While there are many Processor Expert components delivered with CodeWarrior, it lacks many components and device drivers beside of the normal on-chip peripherals. But value gets added to an embedded project with all the external devices, sensors and actuators. That’s why I have created many more components which are available on my GitHub site. Readers of this blog have asked several times to create a tutorial on how to create a Processor Expert component. So why not working on that on a long Easter weekend full of cold rain and snow?
How cool is this: combine ‘Arduino’, ‘Bluetooth’ and ‘Low Power’ with ‘small size’: an ARM Cortex-M0 board with low power Bluetooth 4.0, shrunk to size of a finger tip! 🙂
This Kickstarter project asked for $5k funding, and it has received over $245k! The video shows the prototype interacting with an iPhone:
It combines Arduino compatibility with the power of an ARM Cortex M0. Given the low-cost and versatility of that board, that would make that board an ideal base for many projects.
Adding an internet gateway, and I will have the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) 🙂
Happy RFing 🙂
Many times I have Processor Expert components carefully configured in one project, and then I want to have the same thing in another project. There is actually an easy way to carry out this: to copy components from one project to another.