It's the fifth week of July and we are back with "Seeed Weekly Wiki Updates" as promised. This week was also filled with a lot of fun stuff at Seeed and we are happy to update you all with what we have done at Seeed Wiki.
As you all know, Seeed Wiki is a dedicated platform where we provide the proper guidance and support you need when getting started with our products. We put a lot of effort to make this platform more user friendly because we want to enable the learning of electronics in a more systematic approach.
We will bring you all these wiki updates in a weekly basis. So stay tuned with us and don't forget to visit this page again next week!
New Wiki Added¶
Getting Started with reTerminal¶
Introducing reTerminal, a new member of our reThings family. This future-ready Human-Machine Interface (HMI) device can easily and efficiently work with IoT and cloud systems to unlock endless scenarios at the edge.
reTerminal is powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4) which is a Quad-Core Cortex-A72 CPU running at 1.5GHz and a 5-inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720. It has sufficient amount of RAM (4GB) to perform multitasking and also has sufficient amount of eMMC storage (32GB) to install an operating system, enabling fast boot up times and smooth overall experience. It has wireless connectivity with dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE.
So far we have prepared eight wiki documents for reTerminal and more will be cominmg along the way!
- Getting Started with reTerminal
- Hardware and Interfaces Usage
- Build Your Own UI Using Qt for Python
- Build Your Own UI Using Flutter
- Build Your Own UI Using Electron
- Build Your Own UI Using LVGL
- Getting Started with MediaPipe on reTerminal
- Getting Started with TensorFlow Lite on reTerminal
The XIAO RP2040 is as small as the Seeeduino XIAO but more powerful than Seeeduino XIAO. On one hand, it carries the powerful Dual-core RP2040 processor that has a flexible clock running up to 133 MHz which is a low-power microcontroller. On the XIAO RP2040, there is also 264KB of SRAM, and 2MB of on-board Flash memory which can provide more program to save and run. On the other hand, this little board has good performance in processing and needs less power. All in all, it is designed in a tiny size as small as a thumb(20x17.5mm) and can be used for wearable devices and small projects.
Click here to get started!
Grove - CO2 & Temperature & Humidity Sensor (SCD41)¶
The Grove - CO2 & Temperature & Humidity Sensor - SCD41 is a small but powerful module which made by Sensirion. It is a multiple function sensor which can measure temperature, pressure, humidity and CO2 at the same time. It is based on the SCD4 module and you can use this sensor in your GPS, IoT devices or other device which needs those four parameters.
Click here to learn more!
Seeed on YouTube¶
With the help of TinyML technology, simple sensors become smart. We can now teach accelerometers to recognize various actions. Accelerate solution development by paring ready-to-use certified Wio Terminal with Azure IoT Central.
IoT Plug and Play enables developers to integrate smart devices into solutions without complex manual configuration, reducing the barrier for beginner developers and saving the overall timeline of the project building.
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