Find forums and support to help you with the Intel® Edison and Intel® Galileo development boards; including, downloads and drivers, how-tos, and more.
Find forums and support to help you with the Intel® Edison and Intel® Galileo development boards; including, downloads and drivers, how-tos, documents and guides, and troubleshooting.
Examine step-by-step instructions and learn how to use downloads and product documentation to help you get the most out of your maker board.
Examine the step-by-step instructions found in the Getting Started Guide, install software, start programming, and learn how to get the most out of the downloads and product documentation for your maker board.
Combining Arduino* simplicity with Intel® performance, the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 board is a fully featured, cost-effective development platform.
Combining Arduino* simplicity with Intel technology performance, the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 development board is a fully featured, cost-effective development platform built specifically for the maker community.
Explore a diverse collection of resources that include customizable lesson plans, project ideas, design thinking, and more, to get students making.
Explore a diverse collection of resources that include customizable lesson plans, project ideas, approaches to teach design thinking, programming tools, workshops, and more, to bring hands-on learning into the classroom and get students making.
In Maker Session 2, makers discuss Linux* command access and share projects, including a drawbot using stepper motors and a meat-probing temp unit.
In Maker Session 2, makers discuss their tools, accessing Linux* commands, and share their Intel® Galileo board projects, including a self-drawing pen using stepper motors, a reaction time measuring game, and a BBQ meat-probing temperature unit.Full View >
In Maker Session 3, master makers share projects, like YesYesBot and a spirograph laser projector, and discuss the community and new possibilities.
In Maker Session 3, master makers share their Intel® Galileo board projects, like the YesYesBot, data munster, and spirograph laser projector, while discussing the growth and potential of easily making things once not possible.Full View >
Launching Maker Sessions, an Intel and MAKE collaboration inviting maker teams to create, discuss, and share projects using Intel® Galileo board.
Matt Richardson kicks off Maker Sessions, a collaboration between Intel and MAKE that brings together teams of makers from around the world to create, discuss, and share innovative projects using the Intel® Galileo board.Full View >
Second Story uses the Intel® Galileo board to create LYT, a collaborative tool that controls touch-sensitive lights and mobile phone activated laser.
Makers talk about what excites them—self-expression, sharing knowledge, creating with passion—in a movement that transforms ideas into innovation.