Using Arduino With RVR

Hi, Has anyone ever tried using Arduino with RVR? To tell the truth I don’t own a RVR or any Littlebits, but I’ve built a lot of cool thing with Arduino and it’s great because you can program it and then it gets stored in the boards memory so you can run it on just a cheap 5 volt power bank. I recommend the Arduino UNO for people who are new to Arduino or if your looking for something small then you should get one of there Arduino minis, if you want a lot of processing power and lots of storage than i would recommend the Arduino DUO. Here is a link to their website:
(https://www.arduino.cc)

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FYI - Currently, the Arduino Library and examples provided by Sphero is only compatible with the Arduino UNO/MEGA. Sphero has decided to keep the library closed source, so they have only provided a compiled library for the older AVR Atmel chips.

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Thats nice to know, I was actually planning to get a Mini this christmas

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The link for how to use the Arduino with RVR is now open but the link to the Arduino SDK libraries does not work. Any idea when this will become available?

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Hi @codingheroes I could not find any information on that but I did find a forum on Github that is talking about Arduino libraries and that stuff.
Here’s a link to the forum:
https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/wiki/Library-Manager-FAQ

I hope this helps you!

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Thanks!! I’ll take a look!

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Hey @codingheroes!

Just wanted to let you know that the links in the Arduino Setup Docs are now functional :smiley:

Hope you’re having fun!

Kelsey

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Great @brightnbubbly!

Thats great! I can’t wait to check it out!
Thanks!

Henry

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I just found out about this I think it’s really cool!
https://blog.arduino.cc/2019/11/12/create-a-voice-controlled-device-with-alexa-and-arduino-iot-cloud-in-7-minutes/

Heads up to anyone who has Alexa!

Henry

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