NETLab Toolkit gets new website
The NETLab Toolkit has a new website: http://netlabtoolkit.org. The old site was on a free wiki service thatâ€™s being discontinued, and we decided that this was a good time to reorganize and improve the content.
For those of you unfamiliar with the toolkit:
The NETLab Toolkit is a free system for tangible interaction sketching and production. It enables novices and experts to quickly integrate hardware, media and interactive behaviors for products, installations, and research. It integrates with micro-controllers including the Arduino, and through its Flash widgets provides a drag-and-drop environment for hardware and media sketching with no programming required.
Thereâ€™s also a new version of the Widgets on theÂ download page with these new features:
- Arduino support now requires Firmata 2.1 which comes with theÂ Arduino 18 software
- Insert widget now has data logging features
- AddedÂ IfThenElse widget
If you have been using the Arduino with a previous version of the widgets, youâ€™ll need toÂ update your Arduino with the newer Firmata released with Arduino 18.
Please send us your feedback on the new website on ourÂ contact page.