How to Build a Heart Rate Monitor Using Zephyr* on the Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* outside the U.S.) on Ubuntu* under VMware*Learn how to build a heart rate monitor using Zephyr on the X86, and ARC processors on an Arduino 101.
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Using Bluetooth® Low Energy Technology with the Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) BoardBluetooth® low energy technology (also known as Bluetooth® LE) is a low-power, short-range wireless communication technology that is ideal for use on the Internet of Things or IoT. The Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) board includes on-board Bluetooth® low energy technology to enable developers to interact with Bluetooth® enabled devices such as phones and tablets. In this...
Using Intel® GPUs to Optimize the Performance and Power Consumption of Total Immersion's D'Fusion* Augmented Reality Pipeline
This guide contains steps to start programming your Intel® Edison board or Intel® Galileo board with Arduino*. Included are steps to install the Arduino* IDE and run a quick "Hello, World" application that blinks an LED on your board.
This guide will teach you how to run a sample sketch on your Intel® IoT board using Arduino*. These instructions are geared toward the Intel® Edison module with the Arduino expansion board, but can also be applied to the Intel® Galileo board. Steps for the Intel® Edison module with mini breakout board may vary slightly.