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Small size, great power! Microduino and mCookie bring powerful, small, stackable electronic hardware to makers, designers, engineers, students and curious tinkerers of all ages. Build open-source projects or create innovative new ones.

All Microduino and mCookie boards are Arduino-compatible. Experienced makers can write their own programs in the Arduino IDE and upload their code to the hardware via USB, while novices can take advantage of open-source Scratch programming to drag and drop pre-written code.

Microduino dramatically decreases the size and cost of design prototyping, improves flexibility of Arduino-compatible boards, and enhances the user experience for any age or skill level.

Microduino and mCookie modules, sensors and accessories are perfect for idea realization, prototype development, low-volume production and old-fashioned fun.

Microduino Upin27 Series[edit]

Microduino Series[edit]


Microduino Tutorials and Projects[edit]


mCookie UPin27 Series[edit]

mCookie Series[edit]


mCookie Tutorials and Projects[edit]


MicroWrt HPin44 Series[edit]

MicroWrt Series[edit]


MicroWrt Tutorials and Projects[edit]


MicroPi HPin88 Series[edit]

MicroPi Series[edit]


MicroPi Tutorials and Projects[edit]


Microduino Sensor Series[edit]

Microduino Sensor Series[edit]


Microduino Sensor Tutorials and Projects[edit]


Additional Information[edit]

Microduino Community Projects:
Microduino IDE Github Repository: [Microduino-IDE]
Microduino Getting Started: AVR Core: Getting Started
mCookie Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ

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