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 >
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 >
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 >
The Intel® Galileo board is an Arduino*-compatible development board. Make everything from responsive LED displays to smartphone-controlled robots.
The Intel® Galileo board provides the ease of Intel® architecture development, supporting the Microsoft Windows*, Mac*, and Linux* operating systems. It also brings the simplicity of the Arduino* software integrated development environment (IDE).
Seth Hunter and Carlos Montesinos from Intel Labs show you how to write Arduino code in proper syntax and overview the user interface.
Seth Hunter and Carlos Montesinos from Intel Labs introduce the Galileo development board.
Find retailers for the Arduino*-compatible Intel® Galileo maker board, including Adafruit, Micro Center, Mouser, Newegg, RS Components, and Fry’s.
Find retailers for Intel’s Arduino*-compatible maker board, the Intel® Galileo, including Adafruit, Micro Center, Mouser, Newegg, RS Components, and Fry’s.
Second Story uses the Intel® Galileo board to create LYT, a collaborative tool that controls touch-sensitive lights and mobile phone activated laser.
Creatives at the CIID use the Intel® Galileo board to process tweets through a megaphone, sonifying social media into the city’s physical presence.
Push the boundaries of innovation and creativity with tools and boards for Intel Makers, and get inspired by maker community showcase DIY projects.
Push the boundaries of innovation and creativity; discover new tools and development boards for Intel Makers, and get inspired by the maker community showcase of do it yourself projects.