Interactive studio Second Story has created LYT, a collaborative drawing canvas that allows users to control ambient lighting using their mobile phones via the Intel® Galileo board. The Intel® Galileo board allows for everything from touch sensitive lights to mobile phone activated lasers, and will be the first in an ongoing roll-out of Arduino-compatible development boards presented by Intel.
Demos VESA mount bracket and DC3127BY kit hookup, showing the ultra-compact, powerful design.
Demos assembly of the motherboard, mini PCIe* WiFi, mSATA SSD, and Memory SO-DIMM into the casing.
After 29 drops in a durability demo, the board is still functional with only minor scuffing.
See how and why the Intel® NUC delivers simple, powerful, and targeted plug and play marketing.
German IT provider makes the Intel® NUC-based Glasurit* workstation, a precise paint blending solution.
View the capabilities and customization available, including colors, engraving, and interchangeable parts.