Adafruit and the Wolfram Language Microcontroller Kit @Adafruit @WolframResearch
The Wolfram Language Microcontroller Kit, which is part of the recently released version 12 of Mathematica, automates the generation and deployment of code to microcontrollers from the Wolfram Language. It supports several Adafruit development boards.
So now you can take controllers, filters, or other systems models developed using the Wolfram Language and see them in action in the real world.
If you are new to the Wolfram Language, a fast introduction will quickly familiarize you with the language.
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