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We are happy to announce the first wearable kit on the Arduino Store . This kit has been made by Plug’n'Wear specifically for us. All fabrics in this kit are produced in Italy, and strongly related to a textile family business. If you want to get deeper into the story of this product have a look at Riccardo Marchesi presentation (still in Italian, soon to be traslated!) at World Wide Rome 2012.
Read over for Kit’s features
In this video Massimo explains the Arduino Leonardo, talking about its differences with Arduino UNO and playing around with its mouse & keyboard features.
If you want to have a closer look to the latest arrival in the Arduino Family click here, if you want to follow Massimo’s project click here. Arduino Leonardo comes in two different flavours: with headers and without headers.
[Enrico Bassi] from FablabTorino brought to the extent the use of the Roland iModela, using the little (and inexpensive) desktop milling machine for pcb milling. (in the picture we milled the overexposed Fritzing Parking Assistant).
Roland iModela is now on sell on the Arduino Store.
We are happy to announce 3 new products available at the Arduino Store: two powerful servos with the standard Tinkerkit 3pin connector (T010050 and T010051) and OpenSoftwear, a book about fashion and technology by Tony Olsson, David Gaetano, Jonas Odhner, Samson Wiklund, in it’s second, revised edition.
We are thrilled to announce that as of today the official Arduino Store opens to beta testers. This restricted testing phase will be followed by a gradual release to the whole community.
It was quite and effort that required the redesign of our web infrastructure to unify the authentications systems to provide a uniform user experience.
The store is just at its beginning but it is already available in three languages English, Spanish and Italian. More languages will follow soon. It will become a place where to find the best products made by Arduino, its partners and all those companies or individuals who make great Arduino-compatible products.
We wanted to take this chance to reward the people who contribute the most to the Arduino community.
We’ll be starting with the forums. The top 5 contributors to the english forums and 1 member of each non-english forum will receive a 200 USD voucher to spend on the store.
As the test progresses we will be providing more vouchers to other kind of contributors (developers , documentation writers and more).
Stay tuned and thank you for your patience!