Thanks to Marcelo Vieira, there’s a Portuguese translation of Amici 1.0q now:
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We updated Amici to Arduino 1.0 and fixed some bugs that we found during a workshop with kids!
So, what’s new in Amici 1.0 q:
- based on Arduino 1.0
- using an actuator on a PWM-port (Pin 9, 10 or 11) looks better now – use the on-(or off-) button to display the power value
- further bugs fixed
Suggestions are welcome!
please note: the Java folder was missing in the Windows version so that you might have had problems launching Amici on your Windows Computer (esp. Windows7). This has been fixed now, so please download again
Before you can upload your projects onto your Arduino board, you may need to install FTDI-USB drivers on your computer. Please see http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/MacOSX/#toc3 for Mac and http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Windows#toc4 for Windows instructions.
Oh wow, this release took a while. Unfortunately, it is still based on Arduino0022 – but there is much other new stuff:
- You can see the real Arduino code right on the screen while programming Amici
- You can use an accelerometer as a “multiple sensor” to detect motion. You can also use it like a normal sensor for one direction – just try it.
- We added a Java-Folder since it did not work without it on Windows7
- AND – we fixed some bugs
Let us know, what you think or if you have any suggestions or questions!
Here are the english and german versions – contact us for other languages. We would need some new translations for the accelerometer!
Amici0022p English version for Windows
Amici0022p German version for Windows
Mac-versions are coming soon.