Today’s maker has a plethora of development targets to choose from: Arduino, Raspberry Pi…and countless others. ATMegaZero combines the ease of use of the Arduino development environment with the compact form factor of the Raspberry Pi Zero. Based on the same ATmega32U4 microcontroller as the Arduino Leonardo, the ATMegaZero has a 40-pin Raspberry Pi-compatible GPIO header, plus an 8-pin interface for easy integration of Wi-Fi via the inexpensive ESP-01S ESP8266 Wi-Fi Module. A 30-pin FPC connector allows the simple addition of an attractive screen for debugging and visualization, and the micro USB port – primarily used for power and uploading code – also doubles as a human interface device (HID), allowing the ATMegaZero to emulate a keyboard, mouse, or game controller. Combined with an on-board microSD card module, the ATMegaZero already has many of the features that you might buy additional Arduino shields or Raspberry Pi HATs to obtain – all at no additional cost. And the ever-increasing ecosystem of ATMegaZero shields (which also work with the Raspberry Pi) means the ATMegaZero grows with you, from novice to expert, from blinking an LED to complex data logging or whatever you can imagine!
You can download and 3D print this cute enclosure made for the ATMegaZero board on thingiverse.com. Click here for more info.
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