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FortiTo‘s BuzzBoards™ educational technology system is based on a series of pluggable hardware and software modules, which can be assembled in different combinations, determining both the functionality and physical form, to create a variety of electronic prototypes.
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README.md

BuzzBoards

FortiTo‘s BuzzBoards™ educational technology system is based on a series of pluggable hardware and software modules, which can be assembled in different combinations, determining both the functionality and physical form, to create a variety of electronic prototypes.

These drivers (developed in Phyton) use the I2C protocol to add sensors and actuators to the Raspberry Pi through a hub base board (BuzzBerry).

Want to learn more? See the wiki.

BuzzBoards code is available under the GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.

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