The Virtual Shields for Arduino application enables developers and makers to use a Windows 10 device as a sensor shield for their Arduino board. An Arduino sketch can now make use of any of the sensor and actuator assets of a Windows device - this includes touch screens, cameras, and even speech recognition with Cortana. Connection between the Arduino and Windows device can be established via Bluetooth, USB, or Wi-Fi. With these tools, the Virtual Shields for Arduino application is fast and easy way to build projects on an Arduino board. Follow our tutorials at http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/GetStarted.htm to get started.
What’s new in this version
minor bug fixes
- This app lets your Arduino sketch control your Windows 10 device (phone). The only code you write is to an Arduino sketch.
- Sensors: Accelerometer, Compass, GPS, Gyrometer, Light Sensor, Orientation
- Capabilities: Camera, Email, Microphone, Notifications, Screen, SMS, Speech to Text, Text to Speech, Vibration, Web
Published byMicrosoft Corporation
Developed byMicrosoft Corporation
Approximate size7.62 MB
Age ratingFor ages 3 and up
CategoryUtilities & tools
This app canUse your location
Use your webcam
Use your microphone
Use devices that support Near Field Communication (NFC) services
Access your Internet connection
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
Access your home or work networks
Use your pictures library
Use your video library
Use your music library