posted September 20, 2015 at 8:38 pm in Design

The latest variant in the ever burgeoning collection of Arduino electronic processor boards is the TinyDuino board.  The board sizes are roughly the size of a coin, making it possible to build miniature circuits that can quite possibly change the world.


Since the Massimo Banzi released the first Arduino back in 2007, the maker world has been using the little ATmega-based development boards to create everything from simple LED controllers, all the way to 3D Printer control boards, and everything else you might think of.

Tinyduino is a fully capable Arduino platform smaller than a quarter, yet with all the power and functionality of the Arduino Uno board, including stackable shield support. The TinyDuino also support an option coin cell holder and has many expansion shields available.

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