Through our Google Code repository, we open-source some of the code we have developed internally. Most of this consists of code and libraries that enable community members to use the Arduino in novel ways. The archive is primarily developed and maintained by our Senior Engineer, Peter Knight.
Some of the projects on the repository include:
- Auduino is a granular synthesizer for producing sounds on the Arduino
- Cantorino is a work-in-progress speech synthesizer for the Arduino.
- DMXSimple is an easy-to-use library for controlling lighting via DMX with Arduino
- TrueRandom generates numbers that are more random than those generated by Arduino's random() function.
Demos and Code Snippets
- Secret Voltmeter measures the supply voltage to an Arduino
- Secret Thermometer uses an internal sensor to measure temperature on the Arduino
- The Liquidware Touchshield Demo is a graphics demo that runs on the Liquidware Touchshield
- Firmata for the Ethernet Shield is a port of Standard Firmata to the Ethernet Shield, so that Arduino can communicate with Flash without requiring a serial proxy.