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mission:log:2014:09:06:reminder-gotta-get-more-spark-cores [2014/09/06 07:25]
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mission:log:2014:09:06:reminder-gotta-get-more-spark-cores [2015/01/10 13:22] (current)
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 I followed the [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sparkdevices/spark-core-wi-fi-for-everything-arduino-compatible|Kickstarter]] campaign for a while but then I almost forgot about the [[https://www.spark.io/|Spark Core]], which have finally become available. At first glance, the HW design looks solid and it comes with a complete [[https://github.com/spark|open-source stack]], including the hardware design, the firmware for the STM32 and infrastructure/server components.  I followed the [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sparkdevices/spark-core-wi-fi-for-everything-arduino-compatible|Kickstarter]] campaign for a while but then I almost forgot about the [[https://www.spark.io/|Spark Core]], which have finally become available. At first glance, the HW design looks solid and it comes with a complete [[https://github.com/spark|open-source stack]], including the hardware design, the firmware for the STM32 and infrastructure/server components. 
  
-Other hackers have already become creative, which, to me, indicates a high level of versatility/hackability. It also promises a swifter speed of development compared to other solutions for similar use cases, where you want something Arduino-ish in smaller but with full network access+Other hackers have already become creative, which, to me, indicates a high level of versatility/hackability. It also promises a swifter speed of development compared to other solutions for similar use cases, where you want something ATMega/Arduino-ish in a small package but with full network accessibility
  
   * http://www.wired.com/2014/08/how-to-use-your-cat-to-hack-your-neighbors-wi-fi   * http://www.wired.com/2014/08/how-to-use-your-cat-to-hack-your-neighbors-wi-fi
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 The light control system I had always in my mind seems rather close now, with a couple of these and some glue parts + infrastructure, so we'll have to get a couple of them to build and publish it :) The light control system I had always in my mind seems rather close now, with a couple of these and some glue parts + infrastructure, so we'll have to get a couple of them to build and publish it :)
  
-{{tag>wifi arduino spark-core hack embedded microcontroller stm32}}+{{tag>wifi arduino spark-core hack embedded microcontroller stm32 IoT}}
  
-{{keywords>Apollo-NG apollo next generation hackerspace hacker space development makerspace fablab diy community open-resource open resource mobile hackbus wifi arduino spark-core hack embedded microcontroller stm32}}+{{keywords>Apollo-NG apollo next generation hackerspace hacker space development makerspace fablab diy community open-resource open resource mobile hackbus wifi arduino spark-core hack embedded microcontroller stm32 IoT}}
  
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