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Getting Started with Intel Galileo by Matt Richardson

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Chapter 4. Inputs

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Buttons, switches, dials, cameras, motion sensors, and pressure sensors are all examples of possible inputs to Galileo, and that list only scratches the surface of inputs available to you. Inputs help Galileo know what’s happening in the physical world so that a user can control your device or the device can respond to its environment. When combined with outputs, inputs make your device interactive.

In this chapter, you will use Galileo’s input functionality to:

  • Understand how to read digital and analog inputs
  • Experiment with a few different types of inputs
  • Learn more about coding with Arduino
  • Learn how inputs and outputs can ...

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