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Pinoccio’s Web Rover

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Here's a video demonstrating the Pinoccio Web Rover. A mobile phone accelerometer in Brazil is controlling the small robot in Nevada in real time. The Pinoccio is an Arduino compatible Wireless platform. It’s based on the ATMega128rfa1 microcontroller with an 802.15.4 compliant radio built in. We built a "Web Rover"...

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Pinoccio – An open source wireless hardware and software platform

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Bryan pointed us to the Pinoccio. It's an Arduino compatible Wireless platform. It's based on the ATMega128rfa1 microcontroller with an 802.15.4 compliant radio built in. It also features a LiPo charger and battery, making it easy to recharge over USB. The project is open source and hosted on github. Via contact...

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  • KH: After reading all the comments, I have questions: Does this mean STM32 and AVR boards/parts from dodgy online sellers are suspect? What are your opinions?...
  • Sjaak: They are available with more flash then their ST counterparts which makes them more interesting. You don't have to port the code, but use another...
  • Sjaak: I dunno if you can 'license' register definitions, but I'm not a lawyer. Since the chip is available since 2015 and I haven't heard of...
  • Sjaak: They can be found on taobao or the Chinese markets in Shenzhen.
  • KH: I've been a really good boy, I only buy MCU parts from RS and Farnell. :-)