Dive into the Arduino Nano 33 IoT
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We've been using the Arduino Nano 33 IoT heavily at ITP the last few years and it's enabled some useful additions to the physical computing and networking toolkits. It's my main tool for personal projects as well. In this session I'll review the board's useful features and talk about what it's been like to teach with, both with absolute beginners and with advanced students.
To get the most out of this session, it's helpful if you've used an Arduino before. If you haven't, or even if you have, the labs, topics, and videos from the ITP Intro to Physical Computing course will give you an overview, both of Arduino and of the Nano 33 IoT. For a quick intro that will make this session more useful to you, check out the following beforehand: