Google’s Chromebooks should come with Arduino 1.0 installed and come with an Arduino. We’d like to see this happen for the OLPC as well, last night a show-and-tell presenter was sharing a lot of sensor hardware work for OLPCs he was working on and it occurred to us that there are a few ways to get more Arduinos out there being used for a variety of uses.
Wouldn’t it be great to get (or give) a computer set up with Arduino 1.0, an Arduino, processing, some gEDA/kiCAD/blender/inkscape + fritzing?
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