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Using the Seeed Maixduino


SteveBr
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Bill - as you said in another reply, there is a distinct lack of quality info out there.  This board has a very enticing spec - board is ESP32 based hard connection for camera and screen as well as specific K210 hardware.  All this is begging for the style clarity you can bring.  It's on the face of it the next level up from Arduino or the ESP32 board and would be of interest to a lot of folks I think, especially then using micropython with it in VS Code, although it can be used directly in the Arduino IDE.

 

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Steve


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Actually Steve this one is already in the works, as I described in the video I did at the beginning of the year. The Seeed Maixduino was one of the four K210 boards I showed of in that video.

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YurkshireLad
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Wow, so it has two CPUs you can program? That's pretty cool. As is the price.


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SteveBr
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Hi again Bill - thanks - I hadn't forgotten that - I went ahead and bought oit after watching the vid earlier in Jan. I was thinking that as you had started the Pico video and have 4 Seeed type boards, that there's a struggle for deciding which ones to do.  I was just just hoping that  this owuld be the one you choose as it offers so much and to me looks a real entry into AI as it has hardware specific chips etc and also in learning the VS code and micropython as a natural development progression for arduino  and ESP fans who have learnt so much from you.  

Thanks for all you work,

Steve


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