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iOS communicating with Arduino demonstration

Posted on Thursday, January 26th, 2012 in Arduino, data transfer, demonstrations by the machinegeek


This video from OSCON, the Open Source Convention, features Alasdair Allen demonstrating the use of Maker Shed’s RedPark Breakout Pack for Arduino and iOS. This demo the Redpark Serial Cable for iOS, which is an Apple-approved cable for connecting your iOS device to almost anything using serial communication.

For more information and a link to the code for the Paduino program referenced in the video, see Alasdair’s Daily ACK website.

Alasdair Allen is the author of the book “iOS Sensor Apps with Arduino.”

Via MAKE.

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One Response to “iOS communicating with Arduino demonstration”

  1. scienkoptic says:

    I’ve been using roving networks Wifly serial adapter to manage terminal applicatons with my iPhone for quite a while. Mocha’s telnet app works well.

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