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Atmel supported the porting of the Arduino software to ARM-based microcontrollers, including the Cortex M3 on the Arduino DUE and the Cortex M0 on the Arduino ZERO.

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Atmel supported the porting of the Arduino software to ARM-based microcontrollers, including the Cortex M3 on the Arduino DUE and the Cortex M0 on the Arduino ZERO.

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was our initial partner for the Arduino Certified program. We've worked with a variety of partners to develop the Arduino AtHeart products.

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Intel was our initial partner for the Arduino Certified program. We've worked with a variety of partners to develop the Arduino AtHeart products.

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Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas.

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Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas.

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Intel was our initial partner for the Arduino Certified program. We've worked with a variety of partners to develop the Arduino AtHeart products.

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was our initial partner for the Arduino Certified program. We've worked with a variety of partners to develop the Arduino AtHeart products.

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The Arduino brand identity and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO.

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The Arduino brand identity, packaging and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO.

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The Arduino brand identity and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO.

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The Arduino brand identity and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO. Intel was our initial partner for the Arduino Certified program. We've worked with a variety of partners to develop the Arduino AtHeart products.

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Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Processing platform by Casey and Ben Fry.

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Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Processing platform by Casey and Ben Fry. Early versions of both Wiring and Arduino also relied upon Pascal Stang’s avrlib libraries.

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Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas. Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Arduino is an open-source project founded by Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. It builds on the work of many people, projects, and institutions. This page attempts to summarize those contributions.

Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas. Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Processing platform by Casey and Ben Fry.

The initial Arduino boards were designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. David Mellis developed the initial Arduino software based on Wiring, with many contributions early on by Nicholas Zambetti. Tom Igoe at ITP in New York was an early adopter and advisor on the Arduino project. Gianluca Martino helped with manufacturing and hardware design.

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Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas. Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Processing platform by Casey and Ben Fry.

The initial Arduino boards were designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. David Mellis developed the initial Arduino software based on Wiring, with many contributions early on by Nicholas Zambetti. Tom Igoe at ITP in New York was an early adopter and advisor on the Arduino project. Gianluca Martino helped with manufacturing and hardware design.

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Atmel supported the porting of the Arduino software to ARM-based microcontrollers, including the Cortex M3 on the Arduino DUE and the Cortex M0 on the Arduino ZERO.

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Atmel supported the porting of the Arduino software to ARM-based microcontrollers, including the Cortex M3 on the Arduino DUE and the Cortex M0 on the Arduino ZERO.

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Arduino Micro and Arduino Gemma were developed together with Adafruit Industries. Arduino GSM Shield was developed together with Telefonica I + D. Arduino Robot was developed with Complubot. Arduino Nano was developed with Gravitech. Arduino Materia 101 (a 3D printer) was developed in collaboration with ShareBot.

The Arduino brand identity and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO.

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Arduino Micro and Arduino Gemma were developed together with Adafruit Industries. Arduino GSM Shield was developed together with Telefonica I + D. Arduino Robot was developed with Complubot. Arduino Nano was developed with Gravitech. Arduino Materia 101 (a 3D printer) was developed in collaboration with ShareBot.

The Arduino brand identity and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO.

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Arduino is an open source project founded by:

Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino and David Mellis.

Learn more about Arduino

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Credits

Arduino is an open-source project founded by Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. It builds on the work of many people, projects, and institutions. This page attempts to summarize those contributions.

Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas. Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Arduino is an open-source project founded by Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis. It builds on the work of many people, projects, and institutions. This page attempts to summarize those contributions.

Arduino was initially developed at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, in northern Italy. It derives from Wiring, a platform built by Hernando Barragan as his master's thesis at Interaction-Ivrea. Hernando was advised by Massimo and Casey Reas. Wiring and, in turn, Arduino build on previous work by both Massimo and Casey -- Massimo's Programma2003 electronics prototyping platform and the Processing platform by Casey and Ben Fry.

The initial Arduino boards were designed by Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles. David Mellis developed the initial Arduino software based on Wiring, with many contributions early on by Nicholas Zambetti. Tom Igoe at ITP in New York was an early adopter and advisor on the Arduino project. Gianluca Martino helped with manufacturing and hardware design.

The Arduino project is now supported by an international company, with offices and people around the world.

Arduino takes its name from a bar in Ivrea, which was named after an early king of Italy from Ivrea.

The Arduino development environment is derived from Processing and implemented in Java. Arduino initially targeted AVR microcontrollers from Atmel, making use of open-source software including avr-gcc and avrdude. Many people have contributed to the Arduino software development, as shown on GitHub.

Atmel supported the porting of the Arduino software to ARM-based microcontrollers, including the Cortex M3 on the Arduino DUE and the Cortex M0 on the Arduino ZERO.

Leah Buechley, together with SparkFun Electronics, developed the LilyPad Arduino. The Arduino Fio was developed by Shigeru Kobayashi with SparkFun. SparkFun developed the Arduino Pro and Arduino Pro Mini.

Arduino Micro and Arduino Gemma were developed together with Adafruit Industries. Arduino GSM Shield was developed together with Telefonica I + D. Arduino Robot was developed with Complubot. Arduino Nano was developed with Gravitech. Arduino Materia 101 (a 3D printer) was developed in collaboration with ShareBot.

The Arduino brand identity and graphic design were created for Arduino by TODO.

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Learn more about http://arduino.cc?

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Learn more about Arduino

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Arduino is an open source project founded by Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino and David Mellis.

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Arduino is an open source project founded by: Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino and David Mellis.

Learn more about http://arduino.cc?

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Arduino is an open source project supported by many.

The Team is composed of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis.

Nicholas Zambetti has contributed since the beginning.

Yaniv Steiner and Giorgio Olivero have been supporting the project and are working at using it with the Instant Soup platform.

The Arduino platform used to include the avr-gcc tool chain, uisp, and the Procyon AVR-LIB by Pascal Stang.

The Arduino language syntax is based on Wiring by Hernando Barragan

The Arduino environment is based on Processing by Ben Fry and Casey Reas.

Thanks to all the people who are supporting arduino (Note July 2008 - This list needs to be updated, it's from 2005)

Malmö

  • Dan Gavie
  • Marcus Hannerstig
  • Livia Sunesson
  • Ossian Sunesson
  • Björn Wahlström
  • Fredrik Svensson. Supervisual Nordic - http://www.supervisual.se
  • Marcos Yarza

Basel

  • Matthias Rohrbach

Bangalore

  • Michael Coburn

Milano

  • Beltran Berrocal

Paris

  • Cristina Hoffmann
  • Jean-Baptiste Labrune
  • Maurin Donneaud
  • Vincent Roudaut

New York

  • Jeff Gray
  • Heather Dewey-Hagborg
  • Clay Shirky

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Arduino is an open source project founded by Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino and David Mellis.

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The Arduino platform includes the avr-gcc tool chain, uisp, and the Procyon AVR-LIB by Pascal Stang.

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The Arduino platform used to include the avr-gcc tool chain, uisp, and the Procyon AVR-LIB by Pascal Stang.

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Thanks to all the people who are supporting arduino

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Thanks to all the people who are supporting arduino (Note July 2008 - This list needs to be updated, it's from 2005)

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Arduino is an open source project, owned by nobody and supported by many.

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Arduino is an open source project supported by many.

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The Team is composed of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti

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The Team is composed of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis.

Nicholas Zambetti has contributed since the beginning.

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The Arduino environment is based on Processing by Ben Fry and Casey Reas.

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The Team is composed of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti

Gianluca Martino works with us on many projects providing help, ideas and taking care of the production.

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The Team is composed of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, David Mellis and Nicholas Zambetti

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  • Dan Gavie
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  • Dan Gavie
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New York

  • Jeff Gray
  • Heather Dewey-Hagborg
  • Clay Shirky

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Paris

  • Cristina Hoffmann
  • Jean-Baptiste Labrune
  • Maurin Donneaud
  • Vincent Roudaut

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The Arduino platform includes the Procyon AVR-LIB by Pascal Stang.

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The Arduino platform includes the avr-gcc tool chain, uisp, and the Procyon AVR-LIB by Pascal Stang.

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The Arduino language syntax is based on Wiring by Hernando Barragan

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Gianluca Martino works with us on many projects providing help, ideas and taking care of the production.

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Gianluca Martino works with us on many projects providing help, ideas and taking care of the production.

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  • Marcos Yarza
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Milano

  • Beltran Berrocal

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The Arduino platform includes the Procyon AVR-LIB by Pascal Stang.

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