Tah is a LEGO block for the Internet of Things

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Atmel | Bits & Pieces

Tah — developed by Indian startup Revealing Hour — is an Arduino-compatible, open-source development board that helps Makers create their own smart projects and connect them to their smartphones via Bluetooth LE. Designed for use as a beacon, microcontroller and HID device, the ATmega32u4 based board enables a smartphone’s built-in accelerometer, gyroscope, and other sensors to directly trigger events in the physical world.


Embedded with an Atmel ATmega32u4 (the same microcontroller powering the Arduino Leonardo), Makers can easily apply their Arduino programming skills to the Tah. The megaAVR MCU at the heart of Tah features onboard USB 2.0 support, which is used to directly program the Tah without the need of a USB-to-serial converter.


In addition, the board can also act as a USB human interface device (HID), thus enabling a user to devise their own keyboard, mouse, joystick, or other input devices, all without the need for installing special software on the host computer.


As its creators explain, “Its frugal power requirements and onboard…

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