Second Story uses the Intel® Galileo board to create LYT, a collaborative tool that controls touch-sensitive lights and mobile phone activated laser.
Discover the Intel® Edison development platform—a board so small that it removes huge barriers in the world of wearables and the Internet of Things.
Makers talk about what excites them—self-expression, sharing knowledge, creating with passion—in a movement that transforms ideas into innovation.
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 >
Intel Labs’ Seth Hunter and Carlos Montesinos tour the Intel® Galileo board and its components, ports, software capabilities, compatibility, and more.
Seth Hunter and Carlos Montesinos of Intel Labs introduce themselves and tour the Intel® Galileo board and its components, ports, software capabilities, Arduino* and Linux* compatibility, and how it communicates.Full View >
Overview of the Arduino* integrated development environment, its icons, setup, and loop functions, with how to begin a basic sketch.
Seth Hunter and Carlos Montesinos from Intel Labs give an overview of the Arduino* integrated development environment, explain the icons, and make a sketch, while examining the setup and loop functions.Full View >
White paper: The Intel® Galileo board can be connected to a (TFT) display in the absence of an on-chip graphics controller. (v.1.0, Jun. 2014)
White paper: This paper describes how to connect a thin-film transistor (TFT) LCD display to an Intel® Galileo board in the absence of an on-chip graphics controller, and includes TFT screen selection guidelines and examples. (v.1.0, Jun. 2014)
Video: Getting started with the Intel® Galileo development board - overview of the board and Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 (part 1 of 9). (v.1.0, May 2014)
Video: This overview of the Intel® Galileo development board and the Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 includes references to Internet of Things usage models, documentation, software packages, sample code, and learning centers (part 1 of 9). (v.1.0, May 2014)Full View >