June 17, 2013

Demonstrating the Argot IoT language tool with the CUBE4

 To help illustrate how simple it is to work with his new Argot Internet-of-Things language tool, David has demonstrated the process using our new Cube4 RGB LED cube kit as an output device. It's an interesting demonstration that is well documented, and shows how to create the required code for Argot, the Arduino in the Cube4 and also the processing GUI for the Cube4. The Argot system shows a lot of promise, and through this demonstration we hope you find it of interest. 

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If you're interested in the cube used by David in his demonstration, check out our new CUBE4: RGB LED cube kit:

It's easy to construct and use, and with an onboard Arduino-compatible board the cube can be used to display all sorts of data or create visual effects. It's easily controlled via simple text commands via the USB port - or write your own Arduino sketch. It's incredibly customisable and there's so much more. For more information and to order, visit the CUBE4 page

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