The is a stationary sensor platform that's part of . During this tutorial, you will learn how to interact with the Linux side of the Intel Galileo, how to read sensor data using Node.js and the Galileo-io library, how to use RGB LEDs to visually represent sensor data, and how to use XBees to build wireless sensors. At the end of the tutorial we will give you the 3D model for you to print your own and house your Galileo.
- Intel® Galileo
- LDP8806 Pixel Strip
- Male/Male jumper cables
- Female/Female jumper cables
- IR Distance Sensor
- Ethernet cable
- 8GB or greater microSD card
We will be using the Internet of Things (IoT) SD card build. You can download it here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/iotdevkit. The Arduino IDE is not compatible with the IoT build.
We’ll also be programming through the Linux side of the Galileo. To do so, you will need to telnet or SSH into the board. You can find your Galileo’s IP address using your network’s router software when you connect to the board. There are various ways to log into Galileo via the console. For more information, check out this post in the Intel® Community: https://communities.intel.com/thread/46335
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