Powered by Atmel’s versatile ATmega32U4 microcontroller (MCU), the open source WiFiDuino is a chip-sized development board that packs a 28×64 OLED display.
“We designed WifiDuino based on our belief in the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) when everything is connected. We will be living in a world when every object can communicate with each other using WiFi,” a WiFiDuino rep explained in a recent Indiegogo post.
“With WifiDuino, you no longer need to worry about getting a WiFi shield. [We] have done the hard part for you. It’s great for people who are tired of buying WiFi shields every time you want the board to be connected.”
Aside from Atmel’s ATmega32U4 MCU, key WiFIDuino specs and features include:
- Supports Arduino IDE (Leonardo)
- STA, AP, ADHOC network modes
- Connects directly with smartphone
- 20 digit I/O
- 12 Analog I/O
- UART, I2C, SPI
- 5v power and I/O pin level
Interested in learning more? You can check out the project’s Indiegogo page here.