Illustrations
Figures
2-1 The Arduino Duemilanove, 2008
3-1 Wiring microcontroller, 2004, 3.6 in. x 2.4 in.
3-2 Arduino microcontroller, 2008, 2.7 in. x 2.1 in.
3-3 The Freeduino, 2.7 in. x 2.1 in.
3-4 The Bare Bones Board, 2.7 in. x 2.1 in.
3-5 A screenshot of the Arduino IDE
3-6 Arduino microcontroller, 2005
3-7 ToDo, TheInteraction Ivrea Prototypers Toolbox
3-8 Leah Buechley, a soft circuit sans chip previous to the Arduino LilyPad
3-9 Leah Buechley, The LilyPad Arduino, 2" in diameter
3-10 Google Trends graphs of the term Arduino
3-11 Rebecca Stern LilyPad Embroidery: A Tribute to Leah Buechley, 2008, LilyPad, sensors, embroidery
3-12 Interaction with Rebecca Stern's "LilyPad Embroidery: A Tribute to Leah Buechley", 2008, installed at the Cartel Coffee Lab.
3-13 Usman Haque, Remote, 2008, Arduino, mixed media, Emerson College, Boston and Second Life.
3-14 Bjöern Hartmann with Scott Doorley, Parul Vora, Kevin Collins, Dan Maynes-Aminzade, "Wishing Wall", 2008, PC, Arduino, two speakers, and a microphone, San Jose Museum of Art, California
3-15 HC Gilje, Wind-Up Birds, 2007, Xbee, ATmega 168 microchip, solenoid with wooden box and metal roof
5-1 Beverly Tang and Tod Kurt, Crystal Monster, 2009, Continental Gallery, Los Angeles
5-2 Jan Borchers, René Bohne and Gero Herkenrath, LumiNet Jacket and LumiNet, 2008, Media Computing Group at RWTH Aachen University, Germany
5-3 Hyun Hong, DMDuino, 2007, Digital Media Design Department in Hongik University, Korea
5-4 Kate Hartman "The LilyPad Xbee"
5-5 Ambreen Hussain "Spin on the Waltz"
5-6 Alexander Reeder, "Touched by Strangers", 2008, Manhattan
5-7 HC Gilje, "Arduino-Standalone with Xbee for Wind-Up Birds," 2007, Xbee, ATmega 168 microchip, solenoid with wooden box and metal roof
5-8 HC Gilje, "Wind-Up Birds," 2007, Xbee, ATmega 168 microchip, solenoid with wooden box and metal roof
5-9 Vinay Venkatraman and Pei Yu, "Book Radio microcontroller", 2005, Arduino-based electrical design on PCB, collection of the artist.
5-10 Arduino, "The Arduino Mini", 1.6 cm. x 3 cm.
5-11 Dave Vondle, "The Arduino Mini", "Arduino Mini Shield", "The Arduino Mini Shield placed on top of the Arduino Mini", 1.6 cm. x 3 cm.
5-12 Edith Kollath, "Breathing Books", 2008, LilyPad Arduino adapted with h bridge and servo motors inside a book, in collection of the artist.
5-13 Tod Kurt and Mike Kuniavshy, "BlinkM," 2009
Tables
4-1 Participants (* denotes people who were asked a different set of specific questions based on their role.)