As most of you know I love building IoT projects. Most of these maker projects use an Arduino, Particle, or Raspberry Pi, like my IR color-changing robot that connects to ThingSpeak and the CheerLights project.
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Right now, there is a discussion thread about how to use MATLAB to interface and interact with an Arduino. Makers can use MATLAB to control an Arduino by first installing the MATLAB® Support Package for Arduino®. Once you have the support package, you can use MATLAB to control the Arduino with familiar MATLAB commands.
% create an Arduino object a = arduino('com3', 'uno');
% turn on an LED connected to Pin D11 writeDigitalPin(a, 'D11', 1);
% turn off an LED connected to Pin D11 writeDigitalPin(a, 'D11', 0);
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