Potomac Unveils World’s Smallest Arduino at CES 2013
Potomac is headed to the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas! We’re excited to be part of Eureka Park at CES, a specialized tech zone within The Venetian Hotel. Presented in partnership with the National Science Foundation and Startup America, we were given the opportunity to participate through our NSF SBIR Phase II work on miniaturized micro-wireless sensors.
At the show we’ll be unveiling the new Potomac Arduino. Shown in this photo next to a penny, we believe it’s the world’s smallest Arduino. We’ve been able to miniaturize the cool programmable devices using technology developed under our National Science Foundation grant. The new micro-sized open source Potomac Arduino microcontroller operates with the same programming code and I/O capabilities as its larger cousins, but occupies only a small fraction of the volume.
To see the World’s Smallest Arduino stop by Potomac Photonic’s booth #75211 in Eureka Park at the Venetian Hotel Level 3.