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The “secret” part of Secret Labs can now be told: it’s an open source electronics platform based on Microsoft’s .NET Framework called the Netduino ($35, netduino.com).
This amazing piece of hardware allows the millions of .NET software programmers to enter the world of physical computing and hardware development, using a language they already know and love.
The Netduino features an Atmel 32-bit microcontroller that runs at 48MHz. When you couple that with the 20 general-purpose pins, a whole world of possibilities opens up. With just a few lines of code, you can control a variety of different motors, LEDs, servos, and sensors ...