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This page collects information about UDOO the first ever small sized computer that merges in one single board an ARM cortex-A9 iMX.6 CPU and an Arduino Due compatible board embedded with a dedicated ARM SAM3X8E CPU. UDOO project has been funded through Kickstarter, raising $641,614 in sixty days thanks to 4,172 backers.
UDOO is a single board computer that can be used both with Android and Linux, paired with an Arduino-compatible processor. It is a powerful prototyping board for software development and design; it’s easy to use and allows developing projects with minimum knowledge of hardware design. UDOO merges different computing worlds together: each one has its proper strengths and weak points, but all of them are useful in todays life for educational purposes as well as Do-It-Yourself (DIY) and quick prototyping. UDOO is an open hardware, low-cost platform equipped with an ARM i.MX6 Freescale processor, and an Arduino Due compatible section based on ATMEL SAM3X8E ARM processor, all this available on the same board!
- Develop an innovative product for a growing market
- Give a new vision to the educational framework, with the idea of training up a new generation of engineers, designers and software developers skilled in digital technology: physical computing, multi-media arts, interactive arts, IoT...
- Give a boost to the DIY world
- Offer a low cost embedded platform for interactive arts with powerful tools: Processing, OpenCV, PureData, openFramework
- Provide companies with a great tool for fast prototyping
UDOO retail line up consists of three models, sharing most of the features and different only for connectivity and i.MX6 processor used. All three models feature an embedded Arduino compatible section based on Arduino Due schematic. UDOO’s dimensions are: 4.33 inch x 3.35 inch (11 cm x 8.5 cm).
Warning: The UDOO I/O pins are 3.3V compliant. Higher voltages (like 5V) would damage the board.
Learn more about wrong uses that invalidate the warranty.
- 76 fully available GPIO
- Arduino-compatible R3 1.0 pinout
- 3,3 V Compliant
- Compatible with All Arduino Due Shields and most Arduino Shields
- GPIO's can be accessed as Arduino pins, GPIO's or as additional S\PDIF, FlexCAN,I2S, SPI
- J2: it powers up otg bus (needs to be plugged to work with Android ADB)
- J16: it resets Arduino.
- J18: if plugged, it allows the microusb connector cn3 to communicate with the main processor - imx6; unplugged, cn3 communicates with Arduino.
- J22: it erases the Arduino sketch.
More information on UDOO Jumpers are in the UDOO Starting Manual.
Very first start
UDOO has a very active and growing community where to find help and new ideas
Hardware & Accessories
Software & OS Distributions
UDOO Camera Module
UDOO LVDS Touch Screens
7" Touch Panel Kit
Forums The official UDOO forums can be found at http://www.udoo.org/forum
The forum search facility has been tweaked to allow more general searching. Please do a search before making a post as the issue may already have been raised and answered.
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