CORE is a platform to teach Hardware in the simplest way possible.

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A hardware solution for education.

Teaching Hardware and Software integration is a big challenge. Currently solutions like Arduino are evolving into easier solutions for prototyping. On the other hand, when it comes to teaching, Little Bits is doing a great job making circuits easy and simple for anyone.

That's what this project is about, making sophisticated hardware development and prototyping easy. Making hardware simple and powerful.

Check out the code for CORE @


Server Diagram

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CORE Diagram

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Scratch Diagram

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Macro Diagram

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  • 1 × Atmel SAM E70 - XPLD Non-IC RF, IF, RFID, ZigBee Components / Mixers
  • 1 × Atmel ATWINC1500 WI-FI Module
  • 1 × Atmel OLED1 Xplained Pro Module

  • Successfully estabilished local server connection between ScratchX and Same70 board

    Lucas Scarlato Astur05/12/2017 at 12:39 0 comments

    We were able to send scratchX block actions to the embedded board through a simple node-based local server.

    The board periodically searches for a change in the server, which then translates into the proper command on the board and its peripherals.

    For now, we are limited to interact only with the integrated LED in the board. By making changes on the LED status through the Scratch interface, the board listens to this change and changes LED status.

  • Scratch Early Stage

    Matheus Marotzke04/28/2017 at 02:53 0 comments

    We are currently developing the first scratch blocks to be used in the project.

    The idea is that they are going to be connected to our Flask (Python) server as a bridge to hardware programming.

  • Concept of "Done"

    Matheus Marotzke03/28/2017 at 17:15 0 comments

    We're currently in a stage when we create the concept of "done". Meaning that we are defining what the project should look like at the end of the semester

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