What’s new in electronics? Rapid prototyping demos in Python with our team, that’s what.
To be more precise, the Zerynth team was at the W.N.I.E. Live presenting demos with Zerynth tools, along with the DesignSpark team. And to clarify the opening sentence, W.N.I.E. stands for “What’s New In Electronics.”
WNIE Live took place at the NAEC Stoneleigh in the UK on September 18th and 19th. As their website says:
“WNIE Live brings the electronics industry to life and allows companies to join with like-minded individuals who want to connect and source new contacts.”
That’s just what we wanted, too. To bring Python programming to life, to show people how easy it is with Zerynth tools, and to see what’s new in the industry.
We’ve joined forces with the DesignSpark team and decided to present a couple of demos together, during the two days of the show.
As you can see from the images, we’ve had a wonderful time:
All the demos at W.N.I.E Live
As always, we’ve made good use the XinaBox xChips and shown how to send data to OkDO Cloud with just a bit of Python. Take a look at this tutorial if you want to learn how to send data to the Cloud too.
And if you’re interested in learning more about the combination of XinaBox and Zerynth, here’s a list of tutorials that will help you along:
The Zerynth-powered 4ZEroBox was also at the stand at W.N.I.E. Live. We have demonstrated how to send data from the 4ZeroBox to the 4ZeroPlatform.
After its success at Embedded World 2019, the “Python on PSoC® 6 microcontrollers” demo was shown many times. The demo consists of two Cypress PSoC 6 boards sending data to both AWS and Ethereum blockchain. This time we placed one PSoC6 board in our office and one on the stand. So, the two Cloud dashboards displayed to everyone the temperature, humidity, and pressure data from the office and on the stand. Click here to learn how to recreate the demo.
We’ve also shown everyone who easy it is to program Riverdi IoT displays in Python. Since they already have a pre-loaded Zerynth license onboard, it’s just a matter of choosing what you want to do with them. If you want to learn more about these Python-programmable displays, check out the intelligent lighting control demo the Riverdi team has made.
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