Yesterday Daniel and Axel visited the Arduino Open Space in Dresden. We had some of our Radiofaro prototypes with us. In our short presentation we did show two demos. Demo #1 prepared a COSM feed, that gathers data from a DF-Robot-Ethernet-Shield + Radiofaro as gateway and a remote Radiofaro board that acts as a temperature and voltage sensor. In Demo #2 Daniel did an atoc hack and created a wireless display from a Times-Square-Shield and a LED Matrix, that was provided by Agile Hardware.
Beside of our presentation we had a lot of interesting discussions, among all of the talks we got a interesting pointer to the Codebender Project, which is a web based development platform for Arduino.
So finally it was an interesting and inspiring saturday afternoon with a nice opportunity to present our project and get into direct contact with the Dresden Arduino community. Many thanks to our hosts Steffen and Sabine and looking forward to meet you again at the next Arduino Open Space.