Here is a great database of Arduino shields that gives you pin usage details for 285 shields from 114 makers!
This list makes sure you can look at the compatibility of shields and it also lists the actual licences the shield developers use. It is quite confronting to see that the majority of the shield hardware developers do not choose a license…
From the website itself:
“Sick of trying to figure out which pins are used by some obscure Arduino shield? Can’t tell whether two shields will be compatible with each other?
This shield database arose out of a discussion on the Arduino Forums about the need for a comprehensive online reference for shield pin assignments. It lists as many Arduino shields as I can find along with their pin usage, making it easy for you to determine if particular shields are compatible.”
He does seem to be falling behind on processing the newer shields:
There are currently 198 shields submitted that I haven’t got to processing yet. Sorry!”
Anyone out there who wants to lend a helping hand?
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@ iMAL, Saturday 28.04.12 & Sunday 29.04.12
30 Quai des Charbonnages Koolmijnenkaai 30 – 1080 Bruxelles Brussel 1080
With an Arduino you can collect a lot of sensor data, from smelling gasses to measuring temperature or light and lots more. But how do you save these data? How do you actuate the outside world, transfer bits and bytes online, without using a computer?
In order to activate motors, to connect to a network, to make an autonomous interactive sound installations, you need chips and components on top of your microcontroller.
These usually come in the form of a shield that slides onto your Arduino. During this â€™Ellentriek meets Code, Arts and Craftsâ€™ weekend weâ€™ll review several of these “shields” in detail. We will scrutinize these shields and look at the possiblities to make them ourselves.
With extra brainpower of Mr Stock from Rotterdam & Stephane Noel!
– As usual, this session is open to artistsâ€™ own projects.
– This is for people who already know how to work with Arduino
– Maximum 15 participants
– from 12 to 18h
– This workshop costs 20 euro, including a lunch with sandwiches & drinks (2 days)
– To enroll, click here!
– For more direct information: wendy @ constantvzw . org
This Edition of Ellentriek is a collaboration between Constant vzw, Pianofabriek kunstenwerkplaats & iMAL