These are articles related to using the Nvidia Jetson TK1 embedded supercomputer. Most of the information on this is going to be associated with how to use the TK1 for robotics projects and interfacing it with stand-alone microcontrollers like the Arduino for sensor and motor integration.
Description of the Jetduino V0.2 that was just ordered. This update fixes a number of the problems found in the first version.
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I describe the results from testing the Jetson USB 3.0 hub. Speed tests were disappointing.
Showing the first Jetduino being built, a description of the initial test results, and a list of modifications for version 2 of the Jetduino.
I ordered the Jetduino prototype boards today! I should be able to start building them soon.
Submitted the Jetson TK1 breakout board, and the DynamixShield Due and Mega boards for production.
I finished testing of the latest version of the NVIDIA Jetson TK1 Breakout board that makes it easy to prototype new circuits that interface with the Jetson TK1.
Programming the Arduino Due as an SPI slave. This is the sixth part of a series of posts that detail how to configure and use the Jetson TK1's touch screen SPI to send high speed data to and Arduino Due.
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