Makers talk about what excites them—self-expression, sharing knowledge, creating with passion—in a movement that transforms ideas into innovation.
Designers, developers, and makers talk about what excites them—self-expression, sharing knowledge with the community, creating with passion—as part of a movement that is transforming ideas into innovation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
Video: Getting Started with the Intel® Galileo development board – how to install the Arduino IDE and USB driver (part 3 of 9). (v.1.0, May 2014)
Video: Watch this hands-on demo to learn how to download and install the Arduino 1.5.3 IDE and USB driver on the Intel® Galileo development board (part 3 of 9). (v.1.0, May 2014)