Jimmy McGee · Aug 1, 2012 at 02:00 pm

Google Accessory Development Kit (ADK) 2012 Unboxed the XDA Way – XDA Developer TV

At this years Google I/O 2012, Google released the ADK 2012. XDA Elite Recognized Developer and XDA Developer TV Producer AdamOutler has one. In a past video, AdamOutler showed you the Accessory Development Kit and Arduino, showing some neat tricks that you can accomplish with these tools. With this second version, AdamOutler shows off some more cool developments with the Google Accessory Development Kit.

In this video AdamOutler unboxes his new Google ADK device. He then talks about all the pieces, parts, sensors, and design. The Accessory Development Kit 2012 features an independent main processing board, an alarm clock shield containing 64 RGB LEDs, a Type 2 read/write NFC tag that launches the ADK app, and a spattering of sensors including a colorimeter, thermometer, barometer, hygrometer, accelerometer, magnetometer, twelve capacitive buttons, and a capacitive slider.

 

Important Links:
Getting Started with the Android Accessory Development Kit
How to Build an Android App Part 3: Arduino Development – XDA TV

Make sure to check out he Samsung Smart App Challenge 2012!


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