Welcome to the Learning Center. This is a great place to start learning about how you get up and running quickly with your new Intel Galileo board. In addition. You also can view this document for a list of other Galileo links and resources on the web.
Helpful Documentation and Examples
This document explains how to connect your Intel® Galileo board to the computer,
install the software on your computer, and upload your first sketch.
A list of several Arduino sketches that we are demonstrating running on Intel's Galileo Development Board. The documented examples below are based on Arduino® IDE 1.5.3. The examples include a list of hardware required, step-by-step instructions, and a circuit diagram.
The Maker Inside
A multi-part video series hosted by Intel's own Seth Hunter and Carlos Montesinos from Intel Labs who will take you through the basics regarding Intel Galileo.
Galileo (Gen 1) 101
This how-to video provides a hardware overview of the Intel® Galileo Board. This video shows the physical location of the various hardware components on the board and describes each one.
Galileo (Gen 1) 102 - Part 1 of 3
Learn how to set up your new Galileo development board with the latest version of Arduino.
Galileo (Gen 1) 102 - Part 2 of 3
Learn how to write Arduino code in proper syntax and watch an overview the user interface.
Galileo (Gen 1) 102 - Part 3 of 3
In this episode, we review variables and functions in the Arduino environment.
Galileo Gen 1 Tutorials
Tutorial 0 - Getting Started
The first installment of tutorials that is designed to get you building the next big thing. Covers the basic structure of Arduino programs, writing code in proper syntax, getting an overview of the Arduino user interface, and engaging in your first set challenges.
Tutorial 1 - Input / Output Basics and Sound
In this lesson, you'll explore how a microphone sensor interprets sound as measurable numbers. In order to interact with your module, you have to connect it correctly. You'll learn how breadboards work and how to properly connect wires to it for completing a circuit. You will also learn how to calculate resistor values based on the components of your circuit.
Tutorial 2 - Writing and using a custom function
In this lesson, your physical body will be part of your program. We will be using a capacitive touch sensor as an ON/OFF switch. Once the sensor is given a high signal, it will turn on an LED and activate the microphone. The sounds the microphone pick up will then be responsible for controlling the brightness amount of a different LED. You will understand how to use the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) pins to output an analog signal which provides the range needed for fading the LED in and out.
Tutorial 3 - Using Telnet and DHCP
In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect to the Linux side of the Galileo using telnet by configuring an Internet Protocol (IP) address, as well as getting one automatically using an Internet connection via Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP).