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Using Arduino with the HexBright

For the past week, I’ve been tinkering and fiddling about with the HexBright and learning how it runs; surprisingly, there wasn’t much for me to do thanks to some of the HexBright team’s fantastic backers. Notably, David Hilton and Pter Tesarik have supplied a great tutorial and set of code to get you started programming the HexBright yourself. The code repository contains instructions,

an overview for setting up the Arduino IDE, along with the CP210x driver (found

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here) and several projects to get you started. The HexBright library that they have assembled has many functions

still in the works, like things that simplify the math (lotsa dot functions to measure xyz

acceleration!), but with a little know-how you can append the library to your needs. Big ups to Dave and Petr!