The Atomo Modular Electronics System is like LEGO for electronics

One of the hardest things about Raspberry Pi and Arduino is figuring out where to stick all the parts. While both of these systems work well alone you can have a lot of fun with only members of the board and an internet connection its likewise fun to add interesting thing like printers and screens to make fun programmes. Thats where the Atomo be coming back.

This modular kit comes from Jonathan Buford, a Hong Kong-based producer, and its is reflected by Arrow Electronics, a major manufacturer.

Atomo is a replacement for Arduino and an accessory for Raspberry Pi, announced Buford. He hopes to make it easier to build more complex programmes with Raspberry Pis without involving extensive electronics know-how.

There are a number modules, including I/ O boards, system expansion boards and even power supplies for bigger programmes. For example, the project below has four I/ O adapters and a power supply all connected to a Raspberry Pi. This means you can do some really interesting things with robotics and even hydroponics with the packet the size of a hunk of cheese.

The kit expenditures $39 for early birds and should ship in June. Youll be able to buy more bundles and combination and match them as necessary.

Weve made all of our controllers compatible with the HAT connector on the Raspberry Pi. This lets you program on the Pi and update the controller. Or only use the Atomo as a modular HAT. This is perfect for ROS robots or any structure where you have the Pi for processing or interface but require more power, IO, or real period restraint, wrote Buford.

I, for one, greet our Raspberry Pi and Arduino compatible robot overlords.

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