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Computerless Arduino programming hack

Posted on Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 in Arduino, code, programmers by the machinegeek

Teague Labs has developed a device for programming and altering the code on Arduinos without the need for a computer. This opens new opportunities for in the field programming and testing of Arduino projects.

The Computerless Arduino consists of two major components; an Arduino-compatible microcontroller loaded with a realtime code interpreter, and a stand-alone 5 button LCD display to display port values and manipulate code. The display can be connected to the Arduino via a 4-pin port at any time to peek at In/Out values, view the current code, and make changes as desired.

The experimental code for this device is open source and available on Teague Labs website.

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