We are glad to announce that we have just added Sony’s powerful Spresense board to the list of Zerynth supported devices.

Sony Spresense offers exciting capabilities – and Zerynth makes it easier than ever to program it in simple Python!

Spresense is based on Sony’s power-efficient multicore microcontroller CXD5602, 6 ARM Cortex-M4F cores with a clock speed of up to 156MHz. The board has integrated GPS, and high-resolution audio output and multi-mic inputs. Perfect for IoT projects. The board is a unique combination of computing ability and power efficiency. Bringing Python support makes Spresense accessible to a new segment of developers interested in solutions ranging from IoT and sensor control to real-time analysis and edge computing.

For such a small board, you’ll be surprised what it can achieve. It’s fast, low-cost, and low-power. It’s an IoT developer’s dream. That’s why we’re so happy to add it to our list of supported boards. With the speed that Zerynth tools bring to the picture, development time will be shorter than ever.

As always, you can find more information about the board in the documentation.

Zeryhth Studio and Spresense – Tutorials

Now that this compact and powerful board is supported we know that you’ll be glad to have some tutorials on how to get started with programming it in Python.

That is why we published two detailed tutorials (and more are coming in the next weeks):

As you can see, we’ll guide you through all the stages of learning. From the basics more complex tasks such as GNSS connectivity.

Download Zerynth Studio

If you haven’t downloaded Zerynth Studio yet, do it now. It’s free and available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.

And if you need help, just follow the Getting Started guide. If you have any questions, post them on our Forum.